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A picturesque location, plenty of activities and a bucket-load of Welsh charm, our holiday cottages in Talgarth are a fantastic choice for holiday seekers. From traditional and modern cottages to chalet lodges, barn conversions, country homes and holiday apartments, your holiday is just one click away!
From luxury abodes that feature roaring log fires and a bubbling hot tub, to cosy cottages where your dog can curl up by your feet, we boast a range of accommodation that suit the needs of every type of holidaymaker. To find out more about our properties, including our wheelchair accessible options, simply click on their profiles or contact our sales team.
Our Talgarth holiday cottages sleep groups of two or more, perfect for couples, families or large groups who want a memorable trip to Wales.
Talgarth; a haven in the scenic Black Mountains. Here, visitors can relax, unwind and breathe in the fresh air while exploring the surrounding woodlands or nature reserves. For those that need a little more oomph in their day, take a climb, adorn a bike, take to the water for a spot of kayaking or soar through the sky on a glider or zip-wire! There are countless ways to take in that beautiful scenery, and from whatever angle you decide to witness Talgarth and its surrounding areas, one thing remains true: its unquestionable beauty.
Talgarth is a small market town with a traditional Welsh community. The town is situated in a popular area of Mid Wales, known as Powys - a part of Wales that attracts plenty of tourists during peak season. The sleepy atmosphere you imagine the entirety of Wales to have is the reality here in Talgarth, with just a mere population of 1,724 (roughly!). History and tradition remain alive and well in this quaint little town, with a 14th-century parish church that is the heart of community.
According to accounts, Talgarth was actually the capital of an early medieval Kingdom known as the Kingdom of Brycheiniog. The name, itself, derives from the Welsh terms tâl, that means the brow of a hill, and garth that means mountain ridge- put together, Talgarth essentially translates to the “end of the ridge”.