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Brecon , Brecon Beacons
Brecon Town, Mid Wales
Brecon Town , Mid Wales
Brecon , Mid Wales
Brecon Town, Brecon Beacons
Brecon, Brecon Beacons
Brecon, Mid Wales
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The narrow streets and vestiges of Georgian and Jacobean architecture make the Welsh town of Brecon an enchanting town to visit. Set in the foothills of the
Brecon Beacons national park, the town is steeped in history and surrounded by picturesque scenery to explore on foot, by canoe, on horseback or whichever mode of transport takes your fancy.
If you’re looking for something different to do on your Brecon holidays, book in for a session of white-water rafting during which you’ll experience the power and beauty of the region’s rivers first-hand. If that sounds too daunting, enjoy a more sedate time away, filled with waterfall walks and admiring nature at its best.
For families travelling with children, this region of South Wales is bursting with fantastic attractions, including the National Showcaves Centre for Wales, the Big Pit Coal Museum and numerous castles and heritage attractions.
Our Brecon holiday cottages make the perfect base for exploring the national park. Set amongst beautiful scenery with good access to the attractions and sights, our self-catering Brecon cottages provide a home away from home, whether you’re looking for a family break or a couples’ getaway. Our Brecon holidays cater for dogs too, with a variety of dog-friendly cottages so your dog can explore the unforgettable scenery by your side.
Choose from our Brecon holiday cottages for a relaxing base for your break in this inspiring area.
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