Luxury Log Cabins, Holiday Cottages With Hot Tubs in Brecon Beacons

Nestled within the heart of Wales is the great national park of Brecon Beacons. Spanning hundreds of square miles, this mountain range is best known for its challenging peaks and breathtaking landscapes. From the western town of Llandeilo to Abergavenny’s eastern border, this one-of-a-kind national park is truly the holiday haven for glampers and tourists. Discover the perfect place for your stay the next time you visit Brecon Beacons!

Self Catering Holiday Cottages, Luxury Lodges & Log Cabins With Hot Tubs

With plenty of towns surrounding Brecon Beacons’ edges, there’s enough room for curious travellers and enthusiastic adventurers. Most visitors take advantage of the park’s camping sites which is a great way to get in touch with nature. But appreciating the park’s beauty doesn’t mean you can’t camp out in style. Experience Brecon Beacons through these luxurious cottages and lodges – fit for every glamper and holidaymaker!

  • The Lodge
    The Lodge
    Dol-y-Gaer near Pontsticill
    Sleeps 4 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms 1

    Pet-friendly lodge within Taf Fechan Valley. Features include sunny living room and Juliet balcony. Five-minute drive from village of Pontsticill.

  • The Chapel
    The Chapel
    Dol-y-Gaer near Pontsticill
    Sleeps 6 Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms 3

    Refurbished chapel fit for small groups or families. Original church design with furnished patio. Walking distance to Pontsticill Reservoir.

  • Caecrwn
    Battle near Brecon
    Sleeps 6 Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms 2

    Stone barn conversion situated near village of Battle. Secluded property with 23 acres of farmland views. Well-behaved dogs are welcome.

  • Treetops
    Govilon near Abergavenny
    Sleeps 17 Bedrooms 7 Bathrooms 4

    Three-storey country home with classic interiors. Roomy conservatory leads to multi-leveled garden and lawn. Swimming pool available all-year-round.

  • Cottage in Mid Wales
    Cottage in Mid Wales
    Brecon, Powys
    Sleeps 8 Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms 2

    Stonewall cottage with tons of character. Amenities include board games and pool table. Property comes with acres of country fields and private waterfalls.

  • Log Cabin in Mid Wales
    Log Cabin in Mid Wales
    Brecon, Powys
    Sleeps 6 Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms 1

    Eco-friendly safari-style lodge with private veranda. Extra cabin bed provides room for six guests. Situated across the lake and farm.

  • Barn in Mid Wales
    Barn in Mid Wales
    Brecon, Powys
    Sleeps 8 Bedrooms 4 Bathrooms 3

    Located in the riverside village of Llyswen. Historical stone barn dating up to 1832. Close to local pubs, shops, walking trails.

  • Bungalow in Mid Wales
    Bungalow in Mid Wales
    Brecon, Powys
    Sleeps 6 Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms 1

    Lovely bungalow near Sennybridge. Stunning view of open countryside. Spacious lawn for four-legged friends.

  • Log Cabin in Mid Wales
    Log Cabin in Mid Wales
    Brecon, Powys
    Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Modern lodge built within traditional working farm. Nature trails available on the property. Short walk to Talybont-on-Usk.

  • Log Cabin in Mid Wales
    Log Cabin in Mid Wales
    Brecon, Powys
    Sleeps 4 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms 1

    Luxurious log cabin with contemporary interiors. Private deck overlooking orchard. Located within village of Talgarth

  • Barn in Mid Wales
    Barn in Mid Wales
    Brecon, Powys
    Sleeps 4 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms 2

    Converted barn featuring original architecture. Extras include outdoor play barn. Property located on the outskirts of Brecon & Sennybridge.


Best Spots To Visit At Your Brecon Beacons Hot Tub Lodge & Cottage

You’ve booked your holiday stay in Brecon Beacons – now what? With its extensive valleys and woodlands, it will take you days to enjoy this national park to the fullest. Adventurers are free to explore the trails on foot or on horseback. If water is more your element, the park has many rivers and reservoirs to dip into. And if you wait for the sunset, you’ll get to see the beautiful starry sky. First-time visitors are also in luck because you can easily check this list for the top spots in Brecon Beacons:

Set out on foot to Sugar Loaf Mountain.

Sugar Loaf Mountain is one of the highest peaks of the Black Mountains, setting a magnificent backdrop for the bustling town of Abergavenny. It’s also one of the most popular trails for walkers and hikers because of its beginner-friendly route. Unlike usual trails, the route to Sugar Loaf will take you around the mountain’s valley first before starting on the slow ascent. As you climb, you’ll be treated to panoramas of the Welsh countryside with an equally stunning view at the peak!

Stroll the sprawling grounds of Craig-y-nos.

Another popular spot for families and friends is Craig-y-nos Country Park. Located at the southern border of Brecon Beacons, this 40-acre garden spreads parallel to the banks of River Tawe. The park is a mixture of natural and man-made attractions including lakes, ponds, meadows, and woodlands. Visitors can stroll on the carved paths and enjoy the surroundings just as the Victorians did during the park’s prime. Don’t forget to visit the castle as it’s steeped in history and was the home of the famous opera singer, Adelina Patti!

Challenge yourself with a trek to Pen-y-Fan.

Looking for a challenge? Climb the highest mountain in Southern Britain – Pen-y-Fan! The journey will take you along miles of rolling hills, dramatic cliffs, and then breathtaking views at the mountain’s summit. To conquer Pen-y-Fan, you can take four routes. The first one is called “The Motorway,” best for families with its four-mile route. On the other hand, “The Beacons Circuit” is more challenging and can run up to 11 miles. If you want the path less travelled, try going on the “The Quiet” route. And if you really want to up your game, then the famous “Horseshoe Ridge” should be quite the challenge!

Check out the ancient fortress that is Carreg Cennen Castle.

Carreg Cennen Castle is a 13th-century fortress built on the cliffs of a limestone hill. The castle overlooks the River Cennen where it also got its name. With the nearest town located miles away, this massive fortress certainly stands out against the countryside setting. History buffs can view the castle from afar and enjoy the trek to the ruins. Although much of the castle has been destroyed, a lot of the original structure still exists, giving you a picture of what it looked like centuries before!

Explore the underground at the National Showcaves of Wales.

Dubbed the “greatest natural wonder in Britain,” the National Showcaves of Wales is truly a must-see when in Brecon Beacons! This complex cave system sits underneath the centre of the national park and stretches for more than ten miles. It consists of three areas: the Cathedral Cave, Bone Cave, and its main feature, Dan yr Ogof. Aside from natural rock formations, the caves are also a heritage site with many archaeological discoveries including human and animal bones. And for Doctor Who fans, you’ll be delighted to know that the site served as one of the filming locations for the series!

See Brecon Beacons all at once on the Brecon Mountain Railway.

Want to see the splendour of Brecon Beacons at once? Book your tickets and ride on the Brecon Mountain Railway! Starting at Pant station, this tourist railway runs along the southern side of the park, giving you a two-hour tour of the country before stopping at Torpantau station. The entire journey is an amazing show with far-reaching views of the valley and closer looks at the Pontscticill and Pentwyn reservoirs. The best part is that it’s pet-friendly, so you can bring your dogs along for the ride! Here’s a tip: the railway gets busy during the summer so make sure to book your tickets in advance.

Bring a telescope and go stargazing at Llangorse Lakes.

Did you know that Brecon Beacons is one of the six International Dark Sky Reserves in the UK? With little artificial lights, this makes the national park one of the best places to go stargazing! There are many spots across the area to choose from, but the crowd favourite is definitely Llangorse Lakes. After the sun sets, you’ll get a front-row seat to the stunning Milky Way and see the stars reflect on the water. With the gorgeous view and mystical atmosphere of the location, the setting at Llangrose makes for an incredibly romantic location!

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