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Recently added Brecon Beacons cottages

5 properties found
Brecon, Mid Wales

Y Glowty

422

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7 nights

£688 - £1,275

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Chepstow (5mls NW), Wye Valley

Cwrt-y-gaer The Granary

422

Our grading

7 nights

£654 - £963

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Hay-on-Wye (2Mls), Brecon Beacons

Brick Cottage

6312

Our grading

7 nights

£664 - £1,858

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Clydach, Brecon Beacons

Tyddyn Pritchard

632

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7 nights

£879 - £1,700

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Glasbury, Brecon Beacons

The Grange - Glasbury

16842

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7 nights

£3,581 - £6,424

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Our newest Brecon Beacons holiday cottages

Our wonderfully diverse collection of Brecon Beacons self-catering holiday cottages is growing by the minute, enabling us to provide you with exactly the style of holiday accommodation you are searching for. Our portfolio of recently added cottages ranges from large exclusive manor houses and Victorian townhouses to luxury cottages, woodland lodges, and both traditional and contemporary cottages. Are you a group of friends or family seeking adventure in the Brecon Beacons and looking for that sociable group accommodation where you can all relax together? Or maybe you are a couple yearning to escape everyday working life to a private and romantic hideaway. For all your needs, our selection of new cottages provides an array of fantastic options for you to choose from. 

A playground for thrill seekers and adrenaline enthusiasts, the Brecon Beacons National Park is the capital of outdoor pursuits in Wales. The majestic mountains of Pen y Fan and Corn Du dominate the skyline, casting ever-changing shadows over the valleys, lakes and rivers below. Horse riding is a very popular way of exploring this stunning landscape where nature and its wildlife lie at your fingertips. If you prefer to take in the scenery on the water, activities such as kayaking, paddle boarding, canoeing and white-water rafting are available to all abilities. Or enjoy the Brecon Beacons in a more leisurely fashion on foot or by bike and finish your journey in one of the friendly villages at the local pub.