Dog-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.

 

  • Tawe Cottage, PowysInstant Book Overlay Image
    Towe Cottage is a homely place to stay for your South Wales break. The cottage comfortably sleeps three guests and has all the facilities you need for your break. The living space is open plan with a cosy seating area, a smart TV, as well as a dining table, great for enjoying a meal or a board game together. The kitchen is well equipped with a small breakfast table too, and the ground floor bathroom has a shower over the bath. There are two bedrooms on the first floor – a double bedroom with a small TV, plenty of storage space and bedside tables, and the other is a single bedroom with storage space and an extra fold-out bed ideal for younger children if needed! Outside, the property benefits from a pretty courtyard garden, ideal for sitting out in the sun!
    Tawe Cottage sits opposite the River Tawe, on the edge of the pretty village that is Ystradgynlais, the village has all you need for your break, with a selection of local pubs, restaurants and shops available within walking distance & larger amenities just a short drive away. The location lends itself well to those looking to explore the Brecon Beacons National Park.
    Sat on the edge of the Beacons, you’ll be just a short drive from fantastic places to visit including popular waterfall walks as well as the National Showcaves and of course plenty of peaks! You will also be a short drive from Wales’ second largest city, Swansea, and in under an hour you could visit the Gower Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty where you’ll find impressive coastlines, idyllic beaches and gorgeous countryside.
    £64
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  • Little Trehenry, PowysInstant Book Overlay Image
    Little Trehenry is a detached cottage on a working farm nestled in the Brecon Beacons National Park. With plenty in the area to see and do, including the owner’s own shire horses that have stabling at the property. Little Trehenry offers all the ingredients for a restorative holiday.
    This beautiful cottage is surrounded by open countryside and rolling hills, meaning there are plenty of walks to be had from all directions, making it great for your four-legged friends too! Boasting lots of space within this property, with two lounges perfect for the kids to watch their own TV whilst the adults relax in front of the wood burning stove with a glass of something chilled.
    Little Trehenry is centrally located with access routes to Swansea, Cardiff, Abergavenny and Hereford. There are some fabulous views of the Brecon Beacons to be had from the property, as Little Trehenry is just 6 miles from the historic market town of Brecon. There is plenty to do in Brecon itself, with the Regimental Museum of the Royal Welsh a short distance from the property, as well as a theatre and cathedral. For those wishing to cycle in the area there are plenty of routes, with Bike Park Wales being roughly a 35 minute drive from the property.
    The literary town of Hay-on-Wye is approximately 10 miles away with its array of book shops and of course the world-renowned Hay Festival every year. If you fancy taking things at a slower pace, why not take a barge ride down the canal? The town is also the home of the Brecon Jazz Festival in the summer. For those looking to explore some of the Brecon Beacons National Parks highest peaks then this property is just 14 miles from the base of Pen Y Fan, so you can enjoy a climb to the top to see the magnificent views of the surrounding countryside.
    £110
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  • Nant Cennen, CarmarthenshireInstant Book Overlay ImageNew In Overlay Image
    Nant Cennen is located in the rural outskirts of Llandeilo, nestled on the edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park with views of Carreg Cennen Castle. This cosy cottage is perfect for a couple, small group or family of up to three seeking a tranquil retreat in the heart of the beautiful Welsh countryside.

    As you enter the holiday home, you’ll be greeted by a tasteful and cosy interior, blending modern comfort with rustic charm to create a warm and welcoming ambience. The living area offers a perfect place to unwind after a long day’s hiking or experiencing the local historical attractions with comfortable seating, a fireplace, and a selection of DVDs and board games. The open-plan layout seamlessly connects the living area with the well-equipped kitchenette. Here, you’ll find everything you need to prepare delicious meals during your stay.

    The holiday home offers a tranquil bedroom designed with your comfort in mind. The cosy double bed promises a restful night’s sleep, ensuring you wake up refreshed and ready to explore the local wonders. A single room is also provided to accommodate a third guest comfortably. The shower room is conveniently located on the ground floor, equipped with fresh towels, shower gel and shampoo, so you don’t need to pack your own. A washer and dryer are available to wash any clothes that might get dirty during the day in the countryside. Outside, the holiday let boasts a delightful decked area where you can savour your morning coffee or relish a glass of wine in the evening. Take in the scenic views of the surrounding countryside and get acquainted with the local wildlife and farm animals.

    Discover the nearby Brecon Beacons National Park, renowned for its breathtaking landscapes and hiking trails. Visit the charming market town of Llandeilo, with its boutique shops and historic attractions, or venture further to the bustling city of Swansea to experience a vibrant culture and beautiful coastal scenery. Whether you’re seeking a relaxing countryside getaway or an adventure-filled exploration of South Wales, our holiday home provides a comfortable and convenient base for your stay. Book your retreat today and create unforgettable memories in this enchanting corner of Wales.
    £89
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    Nestled in the picturesque town of Garnant, Ammanford, this charming log cabin offers a tranquil retreat that seamlessly blends rustic charm with modern comfort. Set against the backdrop of lush greenery, this idyllic cabin provides the perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of city life.
    As you approach the cabin, you’ll immediately notice its inviting exterior – a classic log construction that exudes warmth and character. The wrap-around decking that encircles the cabin invites you to enjoy the breathtaking natural beauty that surrounds the property. It’s the ideal place to sip your morning coffee or unwind with a glass of wine while taking in the serene views of the garden. Step inside, and you’ll find an open-plan layout that combines the living, dining, and kitchen areas seamlessly. The interior features rustic wooden beams, hardwood floors, and large windows that flood the space with natural light. The living area boasts a wood burner, perfect for curling up with a book or gathering with loved ones on cooler evenings. The kitchen is thoughtfully designed and fully equipped with modern appliances, making it a joy for any aspiring chef. The adjacent dining area is spacious and welcoming, offering ample space for family dinners or entertaining guests.
    The cabin features two good sized double bedrooms, each offering a peaceful haven for a restful night’s sleep. The bedrooms are adorned with rustic yet comfortable furnishings and large windows that allow you to wake up to the beauty of nature. The bathroom is fitted with a convenient shower cubicle, ensuring that you can refresh and rejuvenate after a day of outdoor adventures. Outside, the large lawned garden (shared with the owner who has a dog) provides a wonderful space for outdoor activities, picnics, or simply basking in the sunshine. It’s an excellent place for children to play or for guests to enjoy the serene atmosphere.
    This log cabin in Garnant, Ammanford, offers a perfect blend of comfort and tranquillity, providing an ideal escape for those seeking to connect with nature while enjoying modern amenities. Whether you’re looking for a peaceful retreat or a base for exploring the surrounding countryside, this log cabin is sure to leave you with lasting memories of relaxation and natural beauty.
    Pub within 1 mile. Beach 16¾ miles.
    £65
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  • The Llandeilo Cottage, CarmarthenshireInstant Book Overlay ImageNew In Overlay Image
    Welcome to the charming Llandeilo cottage in the picturesque town of Llandeilo, where modern comfort meets the tranquillity of the Welsh countryside. Nestled in the heart of natural beauty, Llandeilo Cottage promises a delightful escape with a unique blend of modern amenities and cosy Welsh charm.
    As you step inside, you’ll be greeted by an inviting open-plan living and dining area, designed for relaxation and entertainment. The focal point of this space is an LED-effect fireplace that casts a warm, soothing glow, creating the perfect ambiance for unwinding after a day of exploration. A smart TV provides access to your favourite shows and movies, making it an ideal spot for cosy movie nights. Large patio doors open to reveal the rear of the property, where you’ll find a delightful seating area and garden furniture. It’s the perfect spot for sipping your morning coffee, enjoying an al fresco meal, or simply taking in the fresh Welsh air. You’ll also find a second dining table in the kitchen, ideal for casual breakfasts or intimate meals. Heading upstairs, you’ll discover a cosy double bedroom, elegantly furnished for a good night’s rest. The twin bedroom offers comfortable accommodation for additional guests or family members. The family bathroom features a walk-in shower, providing a refreshing start or end to your day. As a warm Welsh welcome, we’ve prepared a lovely hamper for you and your four-legged friends, ensuring your stay is off to a delightful start.
    Whether you’re looking to explore the rolling hills, quaint villages, or simply relax by the LED fireplace, our holiday cottage in Llandeilo is your home away from home, promising a truly memorable Welsh getaway. Beach 24¾ miles.
    £71
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  • Jame's Place At The Brecon Beacons, Merthyr TydfilInstant Book Overlay Image
    This beautifully renovated, semi-detached holiday home oozes luxury from the moment you step through the door. The large open plan living space boasts a comfy living area with white leather sofas and a smart TV, a kitchen with integrated appliances, and a dining area with a large glass apex roof. High quality, contemporary furniture can be found throughout, as well as, Far infrared heating zoned to each room. Bi-folding doors lead out onto a large decked area with high quality garden furniture, barbecue. Whilst the adults make drinks from the cocktail cabinet, and those aspiring DJ’s can spin some vinyl records on the turntable provided. A luxurious welcome pack will be provided consisting of tea, coffee, sugar, milk, a bottle of prosecco, Welsh cakes, fruit and flowers, and for those furry members of the family they will be provided with a dog bed, dog towels, feeding bowl and a little something extra in the welcome pack. Both of the modern shower rooms are also complete with luxury toiletries for your use. Please bring your own locks for the bike store.
    This fabulous property is nestled within the Brecon Beacons National Park, next to Llwyn-on reservoir, which lies in 150 acres of land and is one of the biggest of the Taffs reservoirs. Great walks can be had around the reservoir, and for those with an interest in fishing, it is stocked with rainbow trout (license to be purchased locally). If you are looking to explore the surrounding area, this property is just a few miles from Pen Y Fan and Corn Du, Pen Y Fan being the highest peak in Wales, standing at 873 metres above sea level. There is an abundance of walks to be had in the Brecon Beacons National Park, but no need to worry if it’s raining as umbrellas with lights are provided at the cottage! If its cycling you’re interested in, then Bike Park Wales is roughly 6 miles from the property, boasting several trails from beginners to proline. The property also has a bike store for those bringing bicycles (please bring your own bike lock).
    The nearest village is Cefn Coed, which is approximately 2 miles from the property, and there are plenty of convenience stores, restaurants and pubs, and there is also a golf course here. Merthyr Tydfil is a 10-minute drive from the property and has all the amenities you could need, plenty of shops, restaurants, bars. The historic market town of Brecon is a 25-minute drive away, Cardiff is a 40-minute drive and Swansea is a 50-minute drive. However you spend your holiday, whether you choose to walk, cycle or simply relax, this wonderful property suits all. Shop and restaurant 2 miles, pub 1 mile.
    £298
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  • Draig's Cottage, MonmouthshireInstant Book Overlay Image
    Fancy taking a break in this delightful, Mews cottage? It lies tucked away in a small courtyard of cottages with gates shutting out the world, giving peace, quiet and privacy. Go through the gates and you are 50 yards from the centre of historic Abergavenny café culture, with its many coffee shops and bistro’s. Originally the site of a Roman fort, Gobannium, Abergavenny became a medieval walled town within the Welsh Marches, with its own Norman castle.
    If walking or cycling is your thing, then Abergavenny is the gateway to the mountains, including the nearby Sugarloaf, the Blorenge, with the famous ’The Tumble’ cycle hill climb, and the five hills, Ysgyryd Fach, Deri, Rholben, Ysgyryd Fawr and Mynyd Llanwenarth. With easy access to the Brecon Beacons National Park and Black Mountains, Offa’s Dyke Path is close by and the Marches Way, the Beacons Way and Usk Valley Walk all pass through Abergavenny town. Fishing, golf and horse riding are all available nearby.
    After all that walking or cycling and Welsh fresh air, why not relax and listen to the live music at the local public house, 50 yards away, on a Sunday evening, or simply relax in the courtyard with a glass of local wine? Shop, pub and restaurant 50 yards.
    £53
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  • Bramble Cottage, CarmarthenshireInstant Book Overlay Image
    For a relaxing and romantic holiday, look no further than Bramble Cottage. Situated across the yard from the owner’s home, on a small working farm, this converted detached cow barn offers a contemporary interior oozing with country charm. The kind owners offer a laundry service, and the option for breakfast, afternoon tea and evening meals can be provided at an additional cost (arranged direct with the owner). Limestone flooring and the natural pink hues of the exposed stonework give a light and airy feel throughout the property. The sleek kitchen and bathroom, both with underfloor heating, and the tastefully decorated bedrooms complete the theme. French doors lead out on to the patio and an unfenced stream passes through the enclosed garden to the rear of the property. Nestled up on the Black Mountain in the Brecon Beacons National Park, this area is a nature lover’s paradise, with footpaths and bridleways giving direct access to the Black Mountain from the farm.
    Up above the village of Llanddeusant sits the famous lake known as Llyn y Fan. This beautiful lake is a popular destination for walkers as it boasts spectacular views and a tranquil, peaceful atmosphere. Myths about The Lady of the Lake and the Physicians of Myddfai come from ancient times, and some people believe that the Arthurian legend of the Lady of the Lake and Excalibur stem from here.
    If you’re a romantic star gazer then the first International Dark Sky Reserve in Wales, situated in the Brecon Beacons, is perfect for you. On a clear night, you can see the Milky Way, major constellations, bright nebulas and even meteor showers. It’s enough to make anyone starry-eyed.
    Less than half an hour’s drive will bring you to the colourful, picturesque town of Llandeilo, scattered with an array of shops, cafés, pubs and restaurants. It’s a delightful place to spend a few hours. Throughout the year you can watch the graceful red kite swoop down for food provided by the Red Kite Feeding Station also in Llanddeusant.
    Whether you want to explore the mountains or potter around the farm with its 20 acres of ancient woodland and river walks, or wander through the pastures where sheep and cattle graze, Bramble Cottage is the perfect place to relax. This property can be booked together with Herdwick Hut (UK40358) to accommodate up to 6 guests. Shop, pub and restaurant 6 miles.
    £74
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  • Llaethdy-milkhouse, PowysInstant Book Overlay Image
    Llaethdy - Milkhouse was once the old dairy in the small town of Talgarth and what you see today once included a cow shed and hay barn, but has now been skillfully converted into a holiday home. In days gone by the farmer milked his cows here and delivered it from a churn by horse and cart; it wasn’t very far to travel so it must have been very fresh! The detached barn, with its oak beams, offers bright open plan living space, ground floor bedrooms and shower room and two large first floor bedrooms, one with an en-suite bathroom.
    The ancient market town of Talgarth is an ideal base for visitors wishing to explore the Brecon Beacons National Park on foot, particularly as it forms the "Gateway to the Black Mountains" which act as a backdrop to the town. There are wonderful walking opportunities on the doorstep and an annual walking festival in the town in May. While in the town, visit the local businesses around the pretty stone streets where friendly staff will be able to offer you some of the finest local produce, watch the gentle river as it flows under the Medieval Tower Bridge or, at Christmas gaze at the dazzling lights. The town offers a real chance to get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Thanks to the BBC’s Village SOS programme, Talgarth now has a fully restored working water mill with a very popular café. There are cosy pubs with roaring log fires, real ales and home cooked food; all within an easy stroll of Llaethdy - Milkhouse.
    Discover Parc Wood or Pwll-yr-Wrach waterfalls and nature reserve, take a look at the views from the top of Bronllys Castle, or simply admire the spectacular views from the common land overlooking the town. Close to Brecon, Crickhowell and Hay-on-Wye, Talgarth is an ideal base for visitors wishing to explore the Brecon Beacons National Park on foot, whether it’s the high peaks or the lush green valleys of the Wye and the Usk which capture the imagination. Talgarth and the surrounding countryside is a haven for artists and photographers. For a fascinating insight into the life and times of workers during the early years of the Industrial Revolution, why not visit Blaenavon Ironworks? The site is home to one of the best preserved 18th century ironworks in Europe and comes complete with furnaces, cast houses, a magnificent water balance tower, cupola furnace and ironworker’s cottages. Take a trip on a vintage steam locomotive across the narrow gauge heritage railway that runs beside Pontsticill and Pentwyn Reservoirs. You could spend a lifetime in the Brecon Beacons National Park and not see all there is to see; but you can discover quite a lot if you make Llaethdy – Milkhouse your home for your holiday whether it’s a short break or slightly longer stay. Fresh air, wide open spaces, a creative atmosphere and loads to entertain you, whatever the weather. There’s plenty to enjoy after dark too, from superb annual festivals, full of authentic Welsh flavour, to the famously clear, starry skies. Shop, pub and restaurant 200 yards.
    £98
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  • Penmaen, PowysInstant Book Overlay Image
    Brecon, Wales
    This lovely cottage was built in 2019 and has been finished internally to a good standard by the owners who live next door. The semi-detached property comprises an L-shaped living room with a 36" TV, leading into the open plan kitchen/dining room. There is a single bedroom on the ground floor with a wet room and patio doors leading to the garden. Upstairs are two double bedrooms and a spacious bathroom with a shower over the bath. To the rear of the property is a garage which is great for putting your mountain bikes or kayaks in for storage.

    The property is nestled in the town of Talgarth which has plenty of pubs, restaurants and shops on the doorstep. It is just 9 miles from the town of Brecon, with its abundance of coffee shops and historic places to visit such as the Royal Welsh Museum and Brecon Cathedral. For the more adventurous why not take a walk up Pen y Fan, the highest peak in South Wales?

    The property is 8 miles from the literary town of Hay-on-Wye which holds the famous Hay Festival every year and has some lovely quaint book shops and patisseries. Cardiff and Swansea are roughly an hour’s drive from the property and offer fun-filled days out. Shop, pub and restaurant 100 yards.
    £58
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