Find Mid Wales and Brecon Beacons Holiday Cottages in Powys

The Brecon Beacons form part of the The Brecon Beacons National Park and cover a large area of Wales from Llandeilo in the west to Pontypool in the east. The Beacons sit in the centre of three main regions: The Black Mountains, Fforest Fawr and again the Black Mountains in the East. The area is a must for intrepid walkers, many choosing to stay in handily located self-catering accommodation that allows guests to walk straight out onto miles of moorland footpaths where it is great to let the dogs run free, but be careful to keep an eye out for the Welsh mountain ponies.

16 cottages found 16 match all criteria.

A romantic country cottage for two near Abergavenny in Wales, Coed y Gelli surrounded by river and mountain beauty. This small Monmouthshire holiday cottage is ideal for an adults-only getaway in a tranquil location. Includes living area wood burner and TV, fitted kitchen, and a lovely garden.

4-bedroom barn conversion with extensive grounds. All bedrooms en-suite. Pets (dogs) welcome. Wheelchair accessible. Balcony terrace overlooks tranquil mill pool. Can sleep up to 12 people. Perfect location for walking, cycling, golf and much more. Free Wi-Fi, ponies, alpacas, pygmy goats and pigs!

  • Sleeps 12
  • Bedrooms 4
  • Bathrooms 5
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This luxuriously furnished windmill in the countryside near Usk in Monmouthshire was built in 1813 and lovingly restored to create a large and quirky holiday cottage sleeping 12 close to the Brecon Beacons National Park. Pets welcome.

  • Sleeps 12
  • Bedrooms 6
  • Bathrooms 5
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A delightful 4* farmhouse apartment sleeping 2 + cot, surrounded by tranquil countryside sloping to the River Wye near Rhayader. Next to Cycle route 8 and off road tracks. See amazing birdlife as you walk woodland and pools on our 200-acre organic farm adjoining remote Elan Valley. Badger watching.

Situated in picturesque Brecon Beacons National Park, Ty-Doli in the charming village of Llangattock, near Crickhowell offers the perfect romantic country cottage for couples in Mid Wales complete with well-equipped kitchen, cosy accommodation and beautiful spiral staircase. Pets welcome.

  • Sleeps 2
  • Bedrooms 1
  • Bathrooms 1
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Relax in a beautifully converted cottage with private hot tub. Explore our rural 200-acre traditional Welsh farm and the Elan Valley. Watch animals, goats and birdlife from the sunny deck or stargaze in dark skies from the secluded hot tub. Games room, badger watching and live lambing.

Visit the Welsh highlands around the remote village of LlanddewiSkirrid, and stay at Millbrook Barn, a child-friendly, large countryside cottage on a working sheep farm, a lovingly furnished four-bedroom holiday home near Abergavenny with fabulous games room and two spiral staircases.

Fairlea Grange is a superb, large and comfortable Victorian townhouse in Abergavenny sleeping up to 24 guests, in a perfect location for exploring the Brecon Beacons and the Welsh Marches. Facilities in this dog-friendly holiday home include a huge Home TV Lounge, Games Room, Hot Tub and Mini-gym.

Crych Du Holiday Cottage welcomes fisherman, hikers, cyclists and lovers of the outdoors to this peaceful rural holiday cottage nestled on the banks of the Wye River. The character- laden, Eco Cottage features modern facilities within the stone walls which speak of a bygone era in rural Wales.

The Tollant is a south-facing barn conversion with hot tub on a working farm in the Mid-Wales countryside with meadows above the Wye. Sleeping 6/7 people, it's ideal for families or small groups. With ash floors and French windows onto the terrace, it has a light and spacious feel.

Brook Cottage is a secluded holiday cottage near Welshpool with ample, mature gardens and an expansive sitting area and panoramic rural views of this beautiful corner of Mid Wales. The pet-friendly cottage offers subtle elegance, contemporary style and the tranquillity of the surrounding woodland.

Offering beautiful views over the Severn Valley, Old Rectory Cottage in a sleepy, rural Mid-Wales hamlet is a large holiday cottage sleeping 14. This pet friendly property also has an indoor swimming pool and hot tub. Perfect for walking, cycling and fishing holidays.

Exposed beams and trusses, a timber-clad exterior and spacious rooms make this converted barn near Rhayader an ideal rural retreat for families and couples planning a walking or cycling holiday exploring Mid-Wales Take including the Brecon Beacons and the Radnorshire Hills

The character and location of Y Sgubor are delightful. The large rural cottage in Mid Wales is situated near Llangynog with superb views of Pennant Valley as well as charming décor, modern fittings, outdoor hot tub, sun-trap patio, open fire and five thoughtfully decorated bedrooms. Pets welcome.

Ramblers Rest Cottage is a countryside cottage in Crickhowell - a perfect base for exploring the scenic Brecon Beacons, Powys. With far-reaching rural views, It stands in the oldest street in Crickhowell a short walk to local food shops, places to eat, The River Usk and a historic castle.

  • Sleeps 4
  • Bedrooms 2
  • Bathrooms 1
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7evern blends tradition with contemporary style in a converted barn near the village of Caersws in Mid Wales. The rural cottage lies on Porth Farm and the light and airy converted barn offers families joyful décor and exposed beams as well as access to an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

If it’s stunning scenery you’re looking for, then the the mid-Wales county of Powys and the Brecon Beacons have plenty to keep you content with the wonders of nature and history for as long as you choose to explore this green and pleasant county. In the Brecons, the Henrhyd Waterfall which drops 90 foot and the falls at Ystradfellte are as impressive as any you’ll find in the world. For lovers of geological features, visit the caves of Ogof Ffynnon Ddu either. For those interested in outward bound activities the Breacon Becons have something for adrenalin junkies, especially mountain biking, canoeing and wild walking over the moors with far reaching views across the Bristol Channel to the Somerset coast. Away from the Brecons, Powys is also a county of lakes, some natural others large reservoirs, all suitably idyllic for a waterside stroll or a spot of boating from Llangorse to Crig Goch.