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17 Log Cabins around the Brecon Beacons

Wild moorland, breathtaking waterfalls, forests and rolling pastures make the Brecons Beacons National Park an ideal location for outdoor activities. Take a challenging walk up Pen y Fan, enjoy the exhilaration of mountain biking in the Black Mountains or simply browse the bookshops in Hay-on-Wye.

Log Cabin near Abergavenny (3mls N) 4

Abergavenny, Monmouthshire, Wales

Log Cabin near Abergavenny (3mls N) From £514 Availability

Set in 200 acres and perched on the Sugar Loaf Mountain with total privacy spectacular views and the pub just a short drive away these beautiful properties are suited to a romantic break or a family adventure. In a unique position in the Brecon Beacons Park situated just three miles from the market town of Abergavenny and a couple of miles further to the lovely mountain village of Crickhowell. Hay on Wye famous for its international festival and second hand bookshops Cardiff and Hereford are in easy reach too. There are plenty of things to do in the area with some of Wales best cycling and walking right on the door step. Pony trekking can be arranged in the Llanthony Valley nearby offering anything from an hour to a day on the hill. Other attractions in the area in Aber-Rocks an indoor climbing centre in Abergavenny. Shepherds hut ONE offers Living/kitchen/dining/sleeping area: with woodburner/oven (logs included) sofa/day bed suitable for 1 small child and TV. Main sleeping area has a double cabin bed. Kitchen area with gas hob and fridge with ice compartment. Shepherds hut TWO offers sleeping area: with woodburner (logs included) TV/DVD bunk beds (which can convert into a sofa). Shower room: with shower and WC. Outside: Enclosed garden with fire pit. Amenities: Regret no smoking. 2 dogs welcome. Additional info: there is a welcome basket on arrival. A John Deere 4x4 off-road vehicle is a free optional extra with the rental it enables you to park right outside the huts in all weathers. A valid driving license is all that is required to drive them. Guests are very welcome to walk down to the neighbouring farm and help feed (or even shear!) the sheep and/or help out on the farm for the day. Bike storage is available and bikes can be hired from a local company. Arrival: 4pm

Log Cabin near Brecon (1ml SE) 6

Brecon, Powys, Wales

Log Cabin near Brecon (1ml SE) From £614 Availability

FAMILY FRIENDLY MONGOLIAN YURT IN A UNIQUE AND PRIVATE WOODLAND SETTING IN THE BRECON BEACONS Sugar & spice and all things nice full of the things that childhood memories are made of. Wildlife hedges and hand hewn gates greet on arrival scamper through the magical woodland babbling stream and sunny glades with bluebell trails and views across to Pen y Fan you won t want to leave. Set in a private acre or so off down a sleepy lane George the horse is the only neighbour. Located in a unique and very private location the majestic peaks of PenyFan and CornDu are in easy reach. Completely away from it all yet just a mile from Brecon with the River Usk for fishing Cathedral Regimental museum cafes and plenty of places to stock up from mountain bikes to local feasts. Hay-on-Wye and the River Wye with pubs restaurants and great independent stores is well worth a visit and within the area you will find bike hire canoe hire and pony trekking centres to keep you busy. Leisure facilities: Fire pit. This unique accommodation offers ONE yurt : with a double bed woodburner (a basket of logs included) two single beds and a futon. Bath House offers: Bath with over bath shower and compost WC. Kitchen: with gas fired 2 ring hob and sink hot and cold running water. Outside: a large fire pit and outside dining table. Amenities: ample parking. Bed linen and towels included. Regret no smoking. Regret no dogs. Arrival: 4pm

Log Cabin near Crickhowell (10mls N) 4

Brecon, Powys, Wales

Log Cabin near Crickhowell (10mls N) From £664 Availability

One of two stunning lodges set in a pretty orchard in the village of Talgarth in the Brecon Beacons National Park with delightful views. The property is a short walk to the village pub shops and even a restored watermill. Just a short drive away is a variety of local beauty spots such as Pwll-y-Wrach Nature Reserve and Langorse Lake offering beautiful walks for all ages. The property is also just a short drive to the ever-popular town of books Hay-on-Wye. There is lots to see and do during your days of exploration such as climbing mountain biking kayaking fishing and horse riding before some star gazing in the evening. And for the more laid-back guests there are lovely market towns including Brecon and Crickhowell within easy reach. Following a pathway down through the orchard to the lodge there is an entrance hall. Passing the utility room with washing machine tumble dryer and freezer there is a good-sized super-king-size zip-and-link bedroom (which can be made up as a twin on request) with lovely views. Down a couple of steps from the hallway you will find the warm and inviting open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner. The lounge area has a comfortable sofa and chairs Smart TV and floor to ceiling windows to take in the beautiful surroundings. The contemporary kitchen has an electric oven and an induction hob fridge microwave and dishwasher. From the kitchen there is an internal hallway to the stylish shower room with shower and WC. Further along the hallway is the king-size bedroom. This is a quality residence for the more discerning guest with underfloor heating throughout making this perfect for couples and families any time of the year. Outside there is a private decked area overlooking the orchard stream and woodland beyond. There is garden furniture and a BBQ for some al fresco dining all leading to your own wood fired hot tub. A simply stunning retreat with off-road parking for one car.

Log Cabin near Gilwern 2

Abergavenny, Monmouthshire, Wales

Log Cabin near Gilwern From £442 Availability

A beautiful detached lodge set on the edge of Gilwern a sweet village with pubs shops and a picturesque canal all within walking distance great for cyclists and walkers alike. Visit the historic towns of Crickhowell and Abergavenny which are full of shops pubs and eateries with galleries museums castles and vineyard nearby too. An abundance of other activities to try include fishing on Monmouthshire and Brecon canal or at Llandegfedd or Talybont reservoirs canoeing and kayaking on the Usk and Wye rivers. Other attractions in the area include Blaenavon Iron Works The Big Pit or stargazing at the Brecon Beacons Visitor Centre or perhaps try horse riding or golf. Enter this fabulous lodge through bi-folding doors into the open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner. This inviting space has a comfortable sofa which also doubles as a sofa bed with a rather ingenious table for eating or working on with your laptop a super wood burner with a basket of logs and Smart TV/DVD and is all laid-out to take in the magnificent mountain views. The kitchen area has everything that you ll need for a wonderful couple s break including an electric oven and gas hob microwave fridge with ice compartment and a dishwasher. There is a table and two chairs that can be used inside or out if you fancy some al fresco dining. There is also a contemporary bathroom which has a bath with overhead shower and WC. Along the internal hallway you will find the bedroom which has a super-king-size zip-and-link bed (which can be made up as a twin on request). Underfloor heating throughout and with lots of thought and attention to detail throughout making this the perfect romantic retreat any time of the year. Outside there is an enclosed balcony where you can fully open the bi-folding doors bringing the outside in. What could be nicer than taking in the views and enjoying dinner as you plan the next day of activities with BBQ available for al fresco dining. There is a further lawn below with table and chairs all set beneath the beautiful trees lining the garden. Adjoining the lodge is a secure utility and storage room with a washing/dryer airer and radiator for drying out muddy clothes and boots there are also bike racks in here. There is off-road parking for one car.

Log Cabin near Hay-on-Wye (6.5mls SW) 2

Brecon, Powys, Wales

Log Cabin near Hay-on-Wye (6.5mls SW) From £493 Availability

The property is a great place to unwind at yet with so many place of interest vying for your attention in the area you may not know where to start. A good place start would be Hay-on-Wye which is famed for its bookshops and no end of eateries. Stop by Talgarth Mills or take a walk to Llyswen Hillfort. The Brecon Beacons is renowned for its scenery and walking trails. If you re feeling energetic try a well-prepared hike to the summit of Pen y Fan the highest point in South Wales. Train enthusiasts will love the Brecon Beacons Mountain Railway; also those interested in Welsh history wouldn t want to miss out on the Big Pit Mining Museum. The cottage embraces its open-plan layout to good effect comprised of a main open plan living area and a separate shower room and is surprisingly roomy for two people. The living area has a dining table and chairs couch and armchair all clustered round a wood burner where full height windows look out onto the river. For entertainment there a radio for your use compatible with most mp3 players smartphones and tablets. There is also a small TV/DVD in the main living area. The kitchen area is fully fitted with electric hob a combination microwave oven and a fridge with ice box. The bathroom is a shower cubicle and WC. When it s time to sleep simply open the cupboard doors and a double bed pulls down easily into the room. Stepping outside there is a small patio where you can relax and look out over the River Wye. There is ample parking for one car close to the front of the property.

Log Cabin near Abergavenny (3mls N) 2

Abergavenny, Monmouthshire, Wales

Log Cabin near Abergavenny (3mls N) From £470 Availability

Romantic hideaway in breath-taking wooded valley Originally a writer s cabin this cosy shack feels off the beaten track yet is really very easy to get back to the real world. Many items made by the owner from a native ash tree can be found within the structure of the property. Explore the private woodland listen to the birds relax in the hammock by the stream or enjoy stunning trails from the doorstep. Across the lane walk the Sugar Loaf Mountain or stride out into the Brecon Beacons National Park or Wye Valley both within easy reach. There are exceptional road trails and mountain biking within the area and The Black Mountains are home to pony trekking centres. The town of Crickhowell is within easy reach and good for stocking up on local fayre. The historical city of Hereford with Cathedral and Mappa Mundi and Hay on Wye famous for the annual Hay Festival and numerous second hand bookshops are both good for day trips. The accommodation offers ONE bedroom: cosy double. Shower room: with shower and compost WC. Lounge/kitchen/diner: woodburner (plentiful supply of logs provided) board games and books. Kitchen area with small electric cooker 2 ring electric hob and fridge. Outside: decked area with garden furniture hammock and chiminea. Amenities: parking for 1 car. Bed linen towels electric and logs included. Regret no pets. Regret no smoking. Arrival: 4pm.

Lundy Lodge - Begwyns View 4

Hay-on-wye, Glamorgan, Wales

Lundy Lodge - Begwyns View From £394 Availability

Lundy Lodge - Begwyns View is a detached lodge resting on the outskirts of Hay-on-Wye. It houses two bedrooms comprising of a double bedroom and a twin bedroom with zip/link beds which can be made into a super-king-size bed on request. There is also a family bathroom with a separate walk-in shower, bath, basin and WC. Completing the interior is an open-plan living room with a sitting area, a dining area and a kitchen area. To the outside, you will find ample off-road parking and a garden area with a hot tub. Lundy Lodge - Begwyns View is a lodge-style dwelling resting on the outskirts of Hay-on-Wye.