Talgarth, Brecon Beacons
This romantic bolthole nestles peacefully in a rural village location with local amenities in walking distance. Perfect for couples looking to explore the Black Mountain region and beyond.
Monmouth (4mls SW), Wye Valley
Bettws Newydd, Brecon Beacons
Perfect for couples seeking a romantic break form the hustle and bustle of everyday, escape to the country and enjoy one of the many walks from the door, then settle down at this charming abode. Sitting in 15 acres of grounds, lap up the peace and quiet and switch off.
Crickhowell (1.5mls S), Brecon Beacons
Hidden away high in the hills above Crickhowell, some of the best caving and walking on the doorstep, plus coffee shops, gentle canal strolls and village pubs further down the hill for those looking to laze!
Abergavenny (3.5mls SE), Brecon Beacons
Nestled among the trees within the fringes of a peaceful meadow you’ll find this adorable hand-crafted railway carriage, boasting cuteness and cosiness from every corner. It’s just perfect for couples looking to escape the real world.
Abergavenny , Brecon Beacons
This cosy cottage makes a perfect retreat for a couple seeking a relaxing holiday home. Close to Abergavenny, the property lies in a tranquil spot within the grounds of the owner’s property.
Usk (2.5mls N), Brecon Beacons
Peaceful strolls in the Wye Valley, long day hikes in the Brecon Beacons & retreat home again for a cwtch in the cutest of romantic shepherd huts. With a village pub and majestic Raglan Castle in easy reach. The perfect romantic bolthole, just for two & a pooch!
Hay-on-Wye Town, Brecon Beacons
This sweet and stylish barn sits less than a mile outside ‘Book Town’. Explore the literary haunts of Hay-on-Wye and get inspired with a walk through the Brecon Beacons National Park.
Abergavenny (4mls NW), Brecon Beacons
Llanrhaeadr, North Wales
Usk (2.5mls SE), Wye Valley
Clyro, Brecon Beacons
A secluded spot in the forest for a cosy couple’s break. Get back to nature and explore walking and cycling trails along the River Wye and into the Brecon Beacons.
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