Situated 500 yards outside the pretty village of Pennorth, 5 miles east of Brecon and in the heart of the Brecon Beacons National Park, Glaslyn is unique in the area and boasts fantastic panoramic views.
This is the perfect place to stay if you are looking for comfortable, well equipped self catering accommodation from which to explore the outstanding beauty of the largest remaining area of wilderness in England and Wales, be it on foot, bike or by car.
If you like to be on top of the World, this is your ideal escape. This characterful old farmhouse is at the end of a private track at an altitude of 1000ft. The views across the Welsh borderlands, into Herefordshire and beyond are unbeatable.
Ash and Sycamore Lodges are on a family farm, 4 miles from the small market town of Rhayader. Both lodges offer luxury accommodation for relaxation or activity holidays, with private hot tub. The lodges recently won a Best Place to Stay award.
The ultimate holiday cottage destination. Situated in the wilderness, totally secluded, spectacular views and perfect for any occasion. Style and comfort tucked in the Black Mountains with a proper old cosy wood burning fire.
Pretty detached stone cottage: exposed beams, real fire and riverside views from balcony and patio. Rural location 4m N of Brecon on edge of National Park. Ideal for walking, biking, fishing, bird watching. 2 pets welcome. No smoking. New hot tub in 2017.
The Lodge is in the quiet, tranquil village of St Harmon, just outside the historic market town of Rhayader in mid Wales. Rhayader is also known as the home of the Elan Valley reservoirs. Includes a hot tub, log fire and Sky tv with movies and sport.
On the edge of a peaceful village with good pub, 5 miles from the Royal Welsh showground and Builth Wells and 11 miles from Hay-on-Wye, comfortable, well equipped accommodation with lovely views and a private, secluded garden with hot tub and wifi.