Lodges and Log Cabins with Hot Tubs Brecon Beacons – With mountains, castles, stunning waterfalls and vibrant communities, the Brecon Beacons National Park has plenty to offer visitors and holiday makers. In total the National Park covers approximately 520 square miles of South and Mid Wales, just west of Herefordshire, and includes parts of Powys, Carmarthenshire, Monmouthshire, Rhondda and Merthyr Tydfil. If a trip to visit this beautiful area is on the cards then take a look at our list of the Best Lodges and Log Cabins with Hot Tubs Brecon Beacons.
Heronstone Holiday Retreat – Log Cabins with Hot Tubs Brecon Beacons
Ystrad Isaf Farm, Station Road, Ystradgynlais SA9 1PJ
With a great range of lodges on offer, Heronstone Holiday Retreat has something for everyone. “Enjoying an idyllic setting amidst protected woodlands in the foothills of the Brecon Beacons National Park. This rural park sits on a non-working farm and offers an excellent base for simply getting away from it all or even those special and romantic occasions. Together with a children’s play area on site, Heronstone Lodges are conveniently located for the village shops, pubs and takeaways. A paradise for lovers of hill walking, fishing and nature, the glorious surrounding countryside is known as ‘Waterfall Country’, owing to the extraordinary diversity of waterfalls, and is home to an array of visitor attractions, from famous caves to steam railways, mountains and gardens.”
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Brecon Retreat ‘Sound of the Stream’
Swn Y Nant, Aberyscir, Brecon LD3 9NP
Every member of your family, including your canine friends will receive the warmest of welcomes at the Brecon Retreat. Offering beautiful a beautiful oak-framed lodge boasting exposed beams throughout, designed purposely to bring you closer to nature, to help you get away from it all. The accommodation is set over two floors and tastefully furnished to an excellent standard, with gorgeous soft furnishings and natural materials.
This exceptional self-catering lodge is in a rural location, yet within 3 miles striking distance of the local market town of Brecon, which caters for your every need. The Brecon Retreat offers the most wonderful of welcomes to your canine friends where all their needs are considered and catered for to the same excellent standard as yours.
Crai Valley Eco Lodges with hot tubs Brecon Beacons
Crai, Brecon LD3 8YP
You can experience the magnificent Brecon Beacons on your doorstep if you choose a stay at Crai Valley Eco Lodges. “Our two Eco Lodges, bespoke new Oak Barn and recently modernised Trefaen Cottage have all received a 5-star rating from Visit Wales and offer something special for the discerning customer. Make no mistake when you book one of our homes you will not be disappointed. All of our lodges are self-catering and non-smoking. We provide the highest quality fixtures and fittings and all of our properties are equipped with flat screen TV’s with DVD and Wi-Fi internet connection and fully fitted kitchens. An added benefit to our Eco Lodges and Oak Barn is that they are all disabled friendly thus allowing all guests to enjoy the beauty of the Crai Valley, leading on to the Brecon Beacons.”
Pentre, Libanus, Brecon LD3 8NR
How about something a little bit different? “Location, location … well, there’s not much that could hope to trump the setting afforded by the 17 acres of ‘Pentre Naboth‘, the owner’s low-key smallholding, which Wanderoo overlooks from a stunning vantage point on the hillside. This is romantic, intimate hideaway territory for couples or friends seeking peace, privacy and an opportunity for total immersion in off-the-scale wild scenery.
The standard of fittings and finish is a testament to the design and decorating skills of the owner, an experienced interior design professional, who has undertaken almost every aspect of the fit-out herself (well, apart from the dirty, heavy lifting stuff, much of which was delegated to her patient and resourceful partner!) You have an exceptional range of creature comforts. Interior walls feature tongue-and-groove cladding over sheep-wool insulation, painted in shades of warm green to blend with the outside, combined with wooden floorboards for a rustic and natural feel. Dual aspect, double-glazed patio doors to side and rear provide abundant natural light with views. A hand-built kitchen area, in reclaimed wood, incorporates a two-ring Calor gas hob. The overall effect is snug and cosy. Heating is provided by a wood burner if the weather’s inclement. When it’s fine you can open the doors wide to connect with the clean, fresh air and scents of the forest all around. Wanderoo also has its own amazing hot tub for you to enjoy soaking up the views or relaxing under the stars. The national park is a place with many opportunities to reward the active, but also one for thoughtful reflection or creative inspiration. An abundance and diversity of wildlife is a constant revelation, while the landscape itself is ancient and compelling, ever-changing under the effects of light and weather, and always magnificent.”
Dan y Coetir Lodge
Outdoor Retreats Ltd, 13 Upper Colliers’ Row, Heolgerrig, Merthyr Tydfil CF48 1UN
Double doors lead out from the kitchen to the patio area with wooden garden furniture for those perfect evening barbecues. Relaxing in the warmth and bubbles of a large outside hot tub brings an end to another wonderful day at this stunning cottage.
Also have a look at our post about lodges with hot tubs in Tenby.