With the incredible backdrop of the Sugar Loaf and Skirrid mountains, this secluded, converted henhouse provides a beautiful hideaway to suit all your holiday desires and more.
Surround yourself with acres of meadow, beech woods and mountain rivers with spectacular views of the Black Mountains to boot! Off grid, eco gorgeousness filled with clever craftsmanship and spot on style.
When Country Life came to stay they called it the “best cottage in Wales” and who are we to disagree! Wide open fields, rolling countryside & roaring log fire to retreat home to in the heart of the Brecon Beacons. Walks are exquisite, the house sublime, without neighbour, nor interrruption.
The ultimate in luxury Brecon Beacon escapes, with the warmest of welcomes, bubbly hot tub, fab fire pit and a great country pub down the lane. Incredible views across the Welsh hills and great market towns and restaurants in easy reach.
Perfectly positioned for fabulous family forays into the Brecon Beacons. A 17th Century barn, stuffed full of oak beams and comfy touches well placed for strolling to the village pub and striding out into the surrounding National Park.
A converted henhouse that is backed by some of the most majestic mountains in Wales, this secluded property combines two smaller abodes to offer spacious accommodation for all your loved ones to enjoy an enchanting escape in the Brecon Beacons.
As featured in Vogue & Conde Nast Traveller: Chic, luxurious & blissfully remote. Filled with one off finds, lovely linens and heartstopping views. Five star and fabulously family friendly.
Three beautiful apartments tucked up together in the heart of mountain town Crickhowell. Walk to pubs, stroll along rivers, stride into the Brecon Beacons all without the need of the car.
Bubbly hot tubs and wild nights under canvas. Perfect for parties with the run of the field, strides into to the mountains straight from the tent flap and plenty of places to simply sit back and enjoy some lols!
A luxury venue perfect for private parties and family gatherings. No hens or stags. With walls dating back to the 15th Century, stunning views of the Brecon Beacons it’s the perfect excuse to go gather your mates.
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