Pet friendly Holidays Brecon Beacons
The Brecon Beacons National Park in Wales is perfect for a rural getaway with your pooch. Our selection of dog friendly hotels and dog friendly cottages is the perfect base to explore the beautiful Black Mountains including Pen y Fan, Sugar Loaf, the Table Mountain path and more in this area of South Wales.
- Brecon, WalesConverted to a very high standard with all you could need for that romantic break. Located in the small hamlet of Merthyr Cynog, the Cart House has everything for that perfect break, set on a private drive opposite the Norman Church of St Cynog and next to the owners property, The Old Vicarage. The owners run an Artisan bakery, and bread making classes can be arranged via the owner.
There are plenty of walks to be had from the cart house including the Epynt Way. Situated 8 miles from the historic town of Brecon, there is plenty to do in Brecon itself, with the Regimental Museum of the Royal Welsh regiment, as well as the theatre and cathedral. If you fancy taking things at a slower pace, why not take a barge trip along the canal?
The town is also the home to the Brecon Jazz Festival in the summer. Builth Wells is 11 Miles from the property and hosts the Royal Welsh Showground with its array of shows and events throughout the year. Surrounded by lush green countryside and open views with access to the Epynt Way close by, The Cart House is a fabulous base for those wanting to walk or cycle and explore. Shop, pub and restaurant 8 miles.£64From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Llantilio Pertholey, WalesThe ancient farmhouse at Werngochlyn dates back to the 12th century. It nestles in open farmland underneath the Skirrid Mountain and the four comfortable holiday cottages are sympathetically converted from stone farm buildings set around the farmyard. The setting is perfect for children of all ages (adults too!). There is plenty of room to run around and explore – and plenty of animals to befriend…. a pair of Kune-kune miniature pigs, a donkey, goats, sheep, chickens (you can collect your own eggs for breakfast if you want to), ducks, dogs, cats and loads of horses and ponies – including a tiny rescue pony named Tinkerbell.
You could stay around the farm all day – with a heated, indoor swimming pool, hot tub, games room and then a BBQ in the evening. There are footpaths running directly from the farm and dogs are welcome. You are ideally place to explore the Brecon Beacons, Black Mountains, Usk and Wye Valleys and the fantastic countryside that surrounds the nearest market town of Abergavenny which is only 3 miles away – home of the Food Festival. It boasts good shops and a market, a cinema, theatre, castle and museum as well as good choice of pubs, cafés and restaurants including Michelin starred ‘Walnut Tree’ which is within walking distance of the farm. An 18-hole golf course and driving range is only ½ mile away. An enjoyable stay that will have you wanting to return. Shop 3 miles.£79From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Ffairfach, WalesMaesydderwen, meaning oak field, started life as a working farm and later became a country inn, but is now a collection of delightful holiday cottages, beautifully situated within the living landscape of the Brecon Beacons National Park. The charming market town of Llandeilo, with chic shops and an array of good restaurants, cafes and pubs, is just over three miles away. This holiday property has CCTV and has been renovated by the owners who live on-site, and boasts a fantastic hot tub and comfortable accommodation ideal for families, friends or couples. The property has been awarded Bronze in the Carmarthenshire Tourism Awards for self catering accommodation of the year 2018/2019 (3 units or more). There is an abundance of wildlife to see and enjoy from the grounds including woodpecker, siskin, marsh tit, goldfinch, nuthatch and wild roe deer. Red kites can also often be seen soaring overhead and there is a feeding station a 20-minute drive away. You can leave the car behind and enjoy wonderful walks directly from the cottage. If you can drag yourself away from Maesydderwen, there are the beautiful castles of Carreg Cennen and Dinefwr nearby, and the dammed lake of Llyn Y Fan Fach at the western border of the Black Mountains. The National Botanic Garden of Wales, 11 miles, with its great glasshouse dome at its centre, is a year round attraction, and within the Brecon Beacons National Park there are masses of paths and trails for walkers, runners, cyclists, mountain bikers, golfers, horse riders and wildlife watchers. Adrenaline sports such as paragliding, canoeing, rafting and abseiling can also be organised within the national park. Fishing is available in the nearby Towy Valley. Beach 30 miles. Shop and pub 3 miles, restaurant 3¾ miles.
Owl Cottage can be booked together with Kite Cottage (CC632040), Robin Cottage (CC632042), Wren Cottage (CC632043), The Lodge (CC632044), Kingfisher (UK6278) and Siskin Cottage to accommodate up to 37 guests.£68From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Brecon, WalesSwn Y Nant is a stunning lodge in the heart of the Brecon Beacons. This eco-friendly property is perfect for those wanting to explore the area or to simply have a romantic break away from the hustle and bustle of daily life.
Nestled next to a stream and with a ramp to the entrance, this fabulous lodge comprises a ground floor bedroom with a super kingsize zip and link bed and a ground floor bathroom with a walk-in shower, a double-ended two-person bath and a heated towel rail. The open plan living, dining and kitchen space has floor-to-ceiling windows making it light and airy and has a Smart TV, super fast Wi-Fi up 150 mbps download and patio doors leading to the decked area with a private hot tub. There is also a small utility area. To the first floor is a kingsize bedroom with Smart TV. There is underfloor heating throughout the property with zoned thermostatic controls.
Outside, you will find hot and cold taps, perfect for washing your four-legged friends off after a walk in the hills. This eco-friendly lodge has eco cleaning products which are supplied along with a welcome basket of local produce, as well as a welcome basket for your dog containing treats and eco waste bags, also supplied is a bed, a blanket and a towel for your four-legged friend. A medium sized dog cage is available upon request.
There are plenty of walks to be had from the property; it is 6 miles to the historic town of Brecon with its array of coffee shops, small local independent shops, and art galleries. There is something here for everyone, and for those looking for more adventures then why not climb the high peaks of Pen Y Fan and take in the breathtaking views of the rolling countryside?
bath robes and slippers,£161From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Llandeilo, WalesSituated in the heart of the historic town of Llandeilo lies this quaint cottage which is beautifully appointed and has fantastic views, making it a perfect base for a couple looking for a last minute getaway. It enjoys good quality furnishings, and the owner even provides guests with a welcome pack including a bottle of wine! The heart of Llandeilo is on your doorstep, famous for its award-winning chocolate shop, boutique shopping and elegant restaurants dotted around the town. Discover the Carmarthenshire’s historic sites including Carreg Cennen and Aberglasney Manor, or explore the heritage park of Dinefwr and learn the rich history behind its beautiful 12th-century castle situated amongst a tranquil 800-acre park with wild deer running free. For an adventurous day out, try walking the iconic ’Llyn y Fan Fach’ (Lady of the Lake), which boasts fantastic views over the Brecon Beacons National Park amidst shimmering lakes and tumbling waterfalls. Horse riding and golf nearby. Shop, pub and restaurant 100 yards.£43From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Hay-on-Wye, WalesThis beautiful end terrace period holiday property is situated in the centre of the popular border town of Hay-on-Wye and within walking distance of its amenities. World renowned for books and bookshops and its literary festival, it also has a newly renovated castle, traditional markets with local produce, art galleries, antique and independent shops, and great gastro pubs, restaurants and cafés. There is much on offer in the great outdoors with fishing, horse riding, cycle and canoe hire all available locally. Wonderful walking area with two long distance footpaths namely Offa’s Dyke Path and the Wye Valley Walk, both with stunning scenery of the beautiful border country. Brecon, Builth Wells and the cathedral city of Hereford are all within easy driving. You’ll find a small children’s play park within walking distance as well as stunning riverside walks, close by to the riverside beach, The Warren. On road parking is also available should there be more than 1 car. Shop 275 yards, pub 165 yards and restaurant 275 yards.£91From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Llandeilo, WalesHighfield Bungalow has been set up to comfortably sleep up to 6 guests. There are three bedrooms all with TV’s and ample storage, two of the rooms have king size beds and one is set up with twin single beds. The open plan L shaped living space is perfect for socialising and enjoying quality time together. Enjoy a cosy movie night - the lounge area is set up with an ‘L’ shaped sofa, cuddle armchair, a log burner, and a wall mounted Smart TV. Cook and dine together - the kitchen dining area is spacious, with a modern kitchen, dining table and bifold doors out to the decking area. The decking area houses a table and chairs to seat six, charcoal BBQ, and a hot tub!
Located on the edge of the Brecon Beacons, you can take a hike in the Welsh hills from the top of the road, then head back for a soak in the hot tub, or head down the road to Garnant where you’ll find local pubs and take aways to refuel! Further afield there are plenty of places to visit for a day out, the picturesque village of Llandeilo, National show caves of Wales - Dan Yr Ogof, and beautiful waterfall walks at Ystradfellte. In under an hour by car there are some of Wales’ most beautiful beaches and seaside towns or just over an hour will get you to Tenby – Wales’ most popular seaside town!£91From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Llandeilo, WalesCwtch Ty Gwyn sits on the owner’s land and has far reaching views of the rolling countryside of Brecon Beacons National Park and the picturesque Towy Valley. Decorated to a high standard, Cwtch Ty Gwyn is the perfect property for a relaxing break for families or friends alike. This eco-conscious property consists of an open-plan living space with spacious kitchen-diner and island complete with beautiful oak ridge lantern from which you can look up and view the stars. Kitchen is well equipped and also has a dining table. Step down two steps into the living room with its with Smart TV, unlimited Wi-Fi and Netflix and double sofa bed with deluxe mattress. Please note if sleeping in the living area there are no blinds over the roof lantern in adjacent kitchen-diner, therefore light will come through in the early morning however it’s just perfect for lying in bed and stargazing in the world renowned Brecon Beacons Dark Sky Reserve. From the living area there are French doors leading on to the slate patio area of the garden. The boot/utility room has a washing machine and tumble dryer, microwave and Nespresso coffee machine. There is also a separate shower room with walk-in shower and heated towel rail. There are two bedrooms, one with a king size bed and Smart TV, and a double room both with their own en-suite bathrooms.
The outside space is just fabulous, with a large slate patio complete with luxury outdoor furniture overlooking Llandeilo and the River Towy and an enclosed grassed area. Up to two friendly dogs are welcome at the property, but please be aware that there are sheep and cows grazing opposite the property so it may be wise keeping them on a lead. There is off road parking whcih can be found at the side of the property.
The heart of Llandeilo is on your doorstep and the town holds various events throughout the year, including a music festival, jazz festival and the unique Festival of Senses in November. On the edge of the town why not visit the lovely National Trust Dinefwr Park and Gothic Newton House? A short but energetic walk across the famous King’s bridge and up the hill into the town which is renowned for its award-winning chocolate shop, gin bar, boutique shopping and elegant restaurants. Carmarthenshire is abundant with historical monuments, wonders of nature and fantastic beaches. Travel over breathtaking mountains and lose yourself in the solitude of the vast countryside. Within a few miles you can enjoy days out at Aberglasney House and Gardens and the National Botanical Gardens of Wales, with the largest single span glasshouse in the world.
Learn the rich history behind the beautiful 12th-century Dinefwr castle situated amongst a tranquil 800-acre park where wild deer roam free. For an adventurous day out, try walking the iconic ’Llyn-y-Fan-Fach’ (Lady of the Lake), which boasts fantastic views over the Brecon Beacons National Park amidst shimmering lakes and tumbling waterfalls. Guests can enjoy themselves fishing on the renowned River Towy, bird watching where red kites can often be seen hovering over Dinefwr Castle, walking, cycling or even a spot of golf or horse riding as these are both nearby. There are also beaches about 30 minutes away on the Carmarthenshire coast.£126From price per night based on 7 night stay