Brecon lies on the border of Mid and South Wales and is a truly wonderful destination within the Brecon Beacons National Park. There are traditional market towns, stunning landscapes and many visitor attractions for all ages. The scenery of the Brecon Beacons National Park is beautiful with its dramatic landscapes, wide open spaces, beautiful waterfalls and network of caves.
Llwyn Llwyd Cottage, Aberyscir, Brecon – 4 bedroomed self catering cottage
4 bedroom cottage sleeping up to 8. Llwyn Llwyd Cottage has parking for several cars. There is a large fenced garden. One of the double bedrooms and the shower room are located on the ground floor and are therefore suitable for guests unable to use the stairs. Llwyn Llwyd Cottage is well equipped for large family gatherings or holidays with friends.
We are dog friendly.
The cottage has Wi-Fi. Please check availability here.
No 6 Boleyn House, Brecon – 1 bedroom self catering apartment
No 6 Boleyn House is a one bedroomed self catering holiday apartment located on the ground floor of one of Brecon’s oldest buildings and benefits from its own private front and rear courtyards. Brecon is a Georgian market town within the Brecon Beacons National Park and Brecon itself has a wealth of shops, restaurants, pubs and attractions for its visitors to discoverThe apartment has Wi-Fi. Please check availability here.
March Cottage, Brecon – 3 bedroomed self catering cottage
March Cottage is a terraced cottage on a quiet street only a few minutes walk from Brecon town centre. Two twin bedrooms and one double. Well equipped kitchen /diner. One bathroom, One shower roomThe cottage has Wi-Fi.
Please check availability here.