Holiday Cottages in Brecon Beacons

Holiday Cottages in Brecon Beacons

Brecon Beacons Holiday Cottages

If you love making the most out of the great outdoors, a holiday or short break in the Brecon Beacons National Park is ideal. Home to the famous Welsh mountain range, the area is also peppered with bustling market towns and villages. You'll find lots of peaceful walking routes off the beaten track as well as mountain bike trails, and more energetic treks where you'll be rewarded with stunning views of the Black Mountains.

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Our range of Brecon Beacon holiday cottages can be found everywhere from the food and drink hotspot of Abergavenny to the famous book-loving town of Hay on Wye. Looking for a more rural retreat, or a base camp ideally situated for exploring those incredible mountains? No problem. Whatever you're looking for, we'll help you find your ideal holiday property. Browse through our range of Wales holiday cottages today.

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Frequent questions

  • Are the Brecon Beacons worth visiting?

    Absolutely, the Brecon Beacons are well worth visiting. This stunning national park in Wales offers diverse landscapes, from rolling hills to dramatic mountains, providing opportunities for hiking, scenic drives, and outdoor adventures amidst breathtaking natural beauty.

  • When should I visit Brecon Beacons?

    The best time to visit the Brecon Beacons is during the spring and summer months (May to August) when the weather is generally milder and the landscapes are vibrant with blooming flora. This period is ideal for outdoor activities like hiking and exploring the park's natural beauty.

  • How many days is enough for Brecon Beacons?

    Spending 2 to 4 days in the Brecon Beacons allows you to appreciate its main attractions and natural beauty. This timeframe offers enough time for hiking, enjoying scenic drives, and exploring the charming towns and villages, ensuring a well-rounded experience of this stunning national park.

  • What are Brecon Beacon's must-see attractions?

    Brecon Beacons boasts must-see attractions such as Pen y Fan, the highest peak in South Wales, offering panoramic views. The picturesque waterfalls at Pontneddfechan, the scenic drives through Black Mountain Pass, and the historic market town of Brecon itself are also highlights that capture the park's diverse and captivating beauty.

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