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Handpicked Cottages in Brecon

Discover the holiday of your dreams in our holiday cottages in Brecon. This ancient market town lies on the edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park, with views over to the popular Pen Y Fan mountain range. Search through our range of barn conversions; traditional or modern cottages; country homes; townhouses or apartments to find the holiday accommodation that matches your requirements and tastes. For holiday properties that have that little extra touch, look for ones that feature luxury furnishings such as hot tubs and log fires.

So, if you're searching for romantic breaks, group get-togethers or family adventures in North Wales, our properties in Brecon are sure to accommodate. We have a range of suitable properties that can house a holiday party of any size. Additionally, many of our properties are wheelchair accessible and dog-friendly should you need it. You can easily identify these properties with the key that accompanies the property descriptions.

Guide to Brecon:

Our holiday cottages in Brecon are highly desirable options for those wanting to explore the renowned Brecon Beacons National Park. This ancient market town sits on the northern edge of the national park, boasting views over southern Britain's highest point – the Pen y Fan mountain range. Spectacular views await those who visit the National Park by foot or by the Brecon Mountain Railway, or those who walk or cruise along the Brecon and Monmouth Canal. With plenty to see and do, Brecon offers a list of activities to keep everyone happy.

Why not visit the Brecon Cathedral, the Brecknock Museum or the Theatr Brycheiniog, or all three? Alternatively, browse the collection of goods, from antiques, hand-made sweets to arts and crafts, that are present in the privately-owned shops. Great times to go include the early days of August so you can enjoy the annual Brecon Jazz Festival that entices musicians and visitors from all over the world.

Things to Do in Brecon:

· Historical sites
· Restaurants and cafés
· Shops
· National Park
· Outdoor activities
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