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113 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.

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Llangenny, Gwent, Wales

Barn in South Wales From £492 Availability

Surrounded by beautiful gardens, this charming lodge is one of three properties set opposite the owner s home. The handy location means you could soon be exploring the various trails and footpaths leading from your doorstep, marvelling at the scenery over the Usk Valley as you scale the Sugar Loaf Mountain. Weary from your adventures, the local pub 0.5 miles away has a fine selection of real ales and hearty meals to save you from cooking. The local area is renowned for being popular amongst foodies, with two Michelin starred restaurants and celebrated gastropubs within 9 miles. If you time your visit to coincide with the Abergavenny Food Festival in September, you ll be in for a treat. Accessed via a gently stepped path, the property itself is a cosy retreat that sleeps four guests across two bedrooms. The comfortable lounge is bright and spacious, featuring a vaulted ceiling and original beams. Natural light streams in through the French doors and the room is equipped with snug sofas, a TV/DVD player, and an inviting dining area tailor made for enjoying home cooked meals. From here, you ll be able to find the elegant galley kitchen, complete with a electric cooker, grill, induction hob, microwave, fridge, dishwasher, toaster, and coffee maker. The first of the two bedrooms is a spacious double, and the second is a twin with zip and link beds that can be converted into a continental double or king size bed on request. There is a shower room with WC and shared laundry facilities can be found on site. The friendly owners can also be approached to ask about the best routes for exploring the area. Outside, a sunny terrace with hot tub overlooks 3.5 acres of attractive gardens and a small area of woodland, home to a few curious pheasants that wander throughout the area. If you want to explore the local area, there is a path to Sugar Loaf Mountain right from the sun terrace.

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Talgarth, Glamorgan, Wales

Log Cabin in Mid Wales From £350 Availability

This characterful hut is well designed to comfortably accommodate two people. Set in an idyllic countryside location, you can enjoy pure tranquillity by soaking up the views or explore the walks straight onto the Black Mountains. Just half a mile away you can visit Pwll Wrach Woods and waterfall, a stunning 43 acre nature reserve. Talgarth is 2 miles away, home to an award winning mill, shops and a selection of pubs and independent eateries. The property is very well designed and has plenty of room. The tasteful kitchen space has a two ring hob, a toaster, a microwave and a fridge. There is also a dining table and chairs to enjoy your meals together. A comfy sofa folds down into a double size bed, which can be either left out or folded away for more space. The external shower room has a spacious standalone shower, WC and basin. Outside the hut will really take your breath away it s set in a truly stunning location with a private lake and arboretum as well as meadowland and woodland to explore. You will be surrounded by dramatic views across the Black Mountains and the Brecon Beacons. The property has a small, enclosed space with picnic bench and BBQ for enjoying a summer s evening outside. There is also plenty of parking available and you can book this property along with a neighbouring hut for larger group getaways.

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Abercrave, Glamorgan, Wales

Barn in South Wales From £485 Availability

This quaint cottage is situated in the small village of Abercrave, in a lovely location for families with excellent walks available right from your front door. Dan Yr Ogof The National Showcaves Centre for Wales is less than 4 miles away. The highest peak in South Wales, Pen y Fan can be reached on a 20 mile drive through the beautiful Brecon Beacons National Park. Swansea, Wales' waterfront city, with all its bars, restaurants and shops can be reached in just over 20 miles. As you enter this traditional Welsh cottage you are welcomed into an open plan, light and airy lounge/kitchen/diner. In the lounge area, you will find a sofa, two chairs and a TV/DVD. There is a dining area with space for four and to the rear of the room, you will find the kitchen equipped with an electric oven and hob, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and washing machine. Just off the kitchen, there's a bathroom with a bath and WC. The whole of the ground floor benefits from traditional slate flooring and high, beamed ceilings. Heading up to the first floor you will find the double bedroom and a double bedroom with an additional trundle bed to accommodate an extra guest. Completing the first floor is a shower room with a shower and an additional separate WC. Outside the property, the cottage really does have that 'chocolate box' appeal. Set on a small terrace of just three cottages, there is designated parking for two cars just at the end of the row. There is an enclosed garden to the front of the cottage laid to lawn and gravel with a seating area for guests to enjoy.

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Hay-on-Wye, Herefordshire, Heart of England

Barn in Mid Wales From £797 Availability

These former stone barns that date back to the 1800 s, have been transformed to provide lovely accommodation within a 4 acre setting. A perfect position for enjoying the stunning scenery the area has to offer with the Black Mountains and Brecon Beacons being a short drive away. The area is particularly famed for its relaxed pace of life and wonderful walks in virtually every direction which culminates with the Crickhowell Walking Festival in March. Immerse yourselves in Welsh cultural history with a visit to one of many historic houses, gardens and castles, the nearest being Tretower Court and Castle which is a classic moat and bailey castle nearly 1000 years old. There are a wealth of attractions including the National Park Visitor Centre, Craig y Nos Country Park, Dan yr Ogof and The National Showcaves of Wales, The Brecon Mountain Railway, Monmouthshire & Brecon Canal, South Wales Borderers Museum and Abergavenny Castle and Museum to name a few within reach. Other events well worth noting are The Hay Festival of Literature and The Brecon Jazz Festival. As you enter this spacious property, the character hallway will lead you to the first of the ground floor bedrooms perfect for a family, the double bedroom which leads onto the further single bedroom, this the perfect set up for a family getaway. Just off the ground floor bedroom you will find a family bathroom with shower over bath and WC. As you climb the staircase, this will lead you to the very spacious master bedroom with spectacular four poster bed and added en suite shower room, a real luxury and unique space for you to enjoy after a busy day exploring. The final room you will find is the spacious kitchen/lounge/diner with added warming wood burner, the real heart of the home and brilliant social space for all guest to enjoy. Here you can enjoy an evening meal, talking about the days events and listening to some classic tunes on the record player which has been provided for your musical entertainment. Heading outside you can explore the communal grounds and seating areas along with enjoying a game of table tennis in the shared communal courtyard. All three properties can be booked together to accommodate a larger group. Please contact our Reservations Team for further details and prices. A special 10% discount is available for bookings made at least 6 months before the holiday date (when booking all three properties together).

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Llanigon, Herefordshire, Heart of England

Barn in Mid Wales From £520 Availability

Bordering England and Wales, this wonderful property boasts a great location in a countryside setting. There are a number of walks available right from your doorstep and if you prefer exploring on two wheels then you will enjoy the Sustrans National Cycle Route, which passes the property, runs through Hay and eventually ends in the Black Mountains. Also within easy reach is Bike Park Wales. Breathtaking scenery awaits those looking to explore. If you are looking for a more relaxing trip, then why not potter around the nearby town of Hay on Wye, 1.5 miles away, which is famed for its book shops and lovely atmosphere. Here you will find pubs, restaurants and quirky boutiques. This cosy holiday home is ideal for couples or small families looking for a home from home experience. The small open plan lounge/dining area provides a modern and comfortable space where you can relax after a long day. Here you will find comfortable sofas as well as a TV with Sky channels, a DVD player and iPod docking station catering to all of your evening entertainment needs. The kitchen is fully equipped with everything you will need to prepare a hearty breakfast to start your day or a romantic dinner for two and there is also a utility room with a washing machine, tumble dryer and boot storage. Both the double and single rooms feature a clean, modern style. There s also a bathroom with a bath and a shower over. At the back of the property, you will find a small wooden patio with a table and set of chairs where you can sit back and soak up the pretty views. This is accessible from the kitchen area. During the summer months, fire up the BBQ and cook yourselves a delicious meal. There s plenty of parking space outside the property.

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Tretower, Glamorgan, Wales

Barn in Mid Wales From £552 Availability

Discover the unrivalled beauty of one of Wales most glorious national parks with a trip to the Brecon Beacons. Within close reach of picturesque villages, charming market towns and a seemingly endless selection of walking routes, this South Wales property has got it all. Set off from your doorstep to enjoy hiking or mountain biking excursions, discovering the beautiful Black Mountains region and the impressive peak of Waun Fach (11 miles). For less challenging afternoons out, visit the village of Crickhowell (3 miles) to visit welcoming pubs or head to Hay on Wye (17.5 miles) to discover its many bookshops. And for music lovers, the popular Green Man Festival takes place just 2.5 miles from your door, ideal for those who don t fancy camping. Filled to the brim with traditional charm, this converted barn combines both original elements and contemporary style. Head inside via the vast glass doors and take in the spacious entrance hall. The kitchen is compact but well equipped, with electric oven, hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, dishwasher and washing machine. A handy breakfast table provides plenty of space for six to dine together. Continuing through the property, you ll find the lounge with sofas, TV/DVD and a wood burner for cooler evenings. Completing this floor is a cloakroom with WC. Upstairs, three bedrooms with sloping ceilings are beautiful presented with original oak beams and wooden floorboards. The master bedroom is a double with a dressing table as well as an en suite with shower and WC. The twin bedroom is perfect for children, and a final king size room offers a versatile zip and link bed. Finally, you ll find a family bathroom with bath, shower and WC, the perfect spot for a soak after a long walk. To the rear of the property, you ll find a delightful private courtyard, fully furnished with an outdoor dining set and a BBQ for warm summers evenings. Soak up the views of the Usk Valley and Black Mountains from your very own outdoor space, enjoying fresh morning coffee or a well deserved evening tipple.

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Llanfihangel-Nant-Bran, Glamorgan, Wales

Barn in Mid Wales From £384 Availability

This sweet and inviting cottage has been imaginatively converted from a farm s 17th century granary and now makes a wonderful base for a couple exploring the valley surrounding the secluded hamlet of Llanfihangel Nant Bran. Offering incredible views and fabulous rural walks, the area is ideal for nature lovers, with chances to spot red kites soaring overhead. The Epynt Way is within a couple of miles, encircling the Sennybridge Training Area and offering 50 miles of waymarked bridleways to explore. Heading south, the village of Sennybridge (4.5 miles) nestles on the edge of the magnificent Brecon Beacons National Park and has some friendly pubs. Brecon itself (9 miles) features a cinema, leisure centre and an array of shops, pubs and restaurants. This pretty and welcoming property can be accessed via a flight of external stone stairs. On entering, you will find yourself in the friendly, bright and stylish open plan lounge/kitchen/diner which features characterful exposed beams set in the low sloping ceiling which also has skylights allowing the light to flood in. The attractive lounge provides an ideal space for relaxation at the end of the day. With comfortable seating, a wood burner effect electric fire, SkyTV, DVD, CD and radio, the lounge is perfect for snuggling up together in the evening with a good book or a favourite movie. The kitchen is equipped with everything you may need during your stay including an electric oven, microwave, fridge, small freezer and a washing machine. Nearby is the charming dining area which is a wonderful spot for enjoying a romantic meal for two. Exploring this lovely getaway further, you will find the delightful bedroom which features a double bed and a single bed with exposed beams in the low sloping ceiling. There is also a handy shower room complete with shower and WC. Outside, the patio garden is perfect for enjoying a BBQ in the evening. The property also has stabling and grazing for a horse or pony, with lush fields surrounding the cottage and miles of great rides straight from the door. Ample car parking is available, and there s also safe storage for mountain bikes. The property can be booked alongside a nearby property in the hamlet which can accommodate a further five guests.

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Clyro, Herefordshire, Heart of England

Log Cabin in Mid Wales From £418 Availability

Located just outside Hay on Wye near the Welsh Borders, this charming cabin is the perfect place for a romantic break for two. Spend slow hours browsing the bookshops that give the town of books its international reputation, as well as the independent boutiques and antique dealers, before enjoying one of the many excellent pubs and restaurants. Alternatively, head south and you will soon find yourself in the Black Mountains or Brecon Beacons, where mountain biking, pony trekking and miles of stunning walks through glorious landscapes await. Simple and stylish, the wooden cabin has an open plan interior that maximises the space. The living area features a dining table and chairs, where you can enjoy a meal or plan your next adventure, or you might prefer to cuddle up on the sofa and enjoy a cosy evening in front of your favourite television show or movie. The fitted kitchen provides everything you need to cater for your stay, with the ingredients for a full English breakfast waiting in the fridge on your arrival. A double bed nestles at one end of the cabin, with curtains to separate it from the rest of the living space, and there is a separate shower room and WC. Despite being set 20 metres from the owner s property, the cabin feels very secluded, with a private veranda where you can enjoy evenings outside as the sun goes down on the panoramic views (blankets are provided to take off the chill if temperatures drop). Alternatively, a private patio with chiminea, outdoor furniture and BBQ, give you a place to dine alfresco under the pollution free night skies. Guests are also free to roam the large 1 acre gardens, complete with orchard, or follow the footpath beside the cabin out onto the open hillside for a romantic picnic as the sun sets on another perfect day.

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Crai, Glamorgan, Wales

Barn in Mid Wales From £2514 Availability

Situated at the upper end of the Swansea Valley, 3 miles from the village shops and pubs of Sennybridge and Defynnog, this period farmhouse with an interconnecting barn conversion occupies a secluded location at the heart of Brecon Beacons National Park. The property has fabulous views over the wooded river valley and surrounding hills, with great walking and mountain biking directly from the house. Head up and over to the beautiful Heol Senni Valley, climb Pen y Fan just 6 miles east, or explore the Black Mountain 10 miles west. For less energetic excursions there are several trout fishing reservoirs nearby, while the city of Swansea and the sandy beaches of the Gower Peninsular beyond lies 27 miles south west. Dating from around 1620, this extensive property has a wealth of charm and character, thanks to its exposed stone and oak beams. The large, friendly kitchen is great for cooking a special meal, with a range style oven, freestanding slate topped island and hanging pan rack adding to the traditional farmhouse appeal. The dining room seats up to 22 guests, which is perfect for ensuring that nobody feels left out, but there is also plenty of room for people to find their own space when they need to. A comfortable beamed sitting room with a large inglenook fireplace and wood burner provides a cosy corner for anyone looking to enjoy a movie, or you may prefer to walk through from the dining room to the converted barn, which contains a second sitting/dining room, an additional kitchen and a conservatory where you can wind down at the end of the day. When it s time to turn in for the night, a total of nine bedrooms await you, five of which are found in the farmhouse. The first is a king size room with en suite bathroom that is accessed by its own staircase. A further three bedrooms a double, a twin and a family room with a double and a single bed are accessed via a separate staircase. Additional stairs then continue up to an attic room with three single beds, although a low beam on entry perhaps makes this ideal for younger guests. Four further bedrooms are found on the first floor of the barn conversion, with a double room, a twin room, a spacious room with four single beds, and a double that might be best for a single occupant, as the bed is pushed against the wall. Outside, there is plenty of space for everyone to enjoy, although the garden is not fully enclosed. A BBQ and outdoor seating allow you to dine alfresco and enjoy the views over the valley, while younger guests will fall in love with the wild play area s trampoline and rope swings. More fun awaits in the games barn, where you can challenge each other to table football and table tennis (although you will need to bring your own table tennis bats and balls).

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Cynghordy, Dyfed, Wales

Barn in West Wales From £357 Availability

Set within the grounds of a 80 acre farm, this beautiful home is perfectly placed for all types of outdoor pursuits including mountain biking, walking and cycling. If the sheep are in the farm building or are in pens, guests are invited to come and watch and, depending on the task, perhaps help. Take to two wheels and head to the Coed Trallwm Mountain Bike Centre (14.5 miles) where different trails cater for all abilities. Explore the fascinating Roman gold mines at Dolaucothi (15.5 miles), which are set amid wooded hillsides overlooking the beautiful Cothi Valley. Entering this charming cottage, you ll arrive in a hallway with space for hanging up coats and boots and a handy downstairs WC. In the spacious living room, which overlooks the pretty courtyard, sink down onto the comfortable sofas and enjoy a glass of something cold while you watch a film together. The well equipped kitchenette has an electric cooker and hob, fridge freezer, microwave, washer/dryer, ensuring you ll have everything you need throughout your stay. When it s time to rest, head upstairs where you ll discover an inviting king size bedroom with a walk in wardrobe and an en suite shower room and WC. Also located upstairs is additional seating on the upstairs light filled landing with 2 seats and glass table. Stepping outside, relax on the lawn before firing up the BBQ and taking a seat to really soak up your surroundings. Soothe tired and aching muscles with a soak in the shared hot tub. There is also ample off road parking available.