Brecon Beacons Resort in Swansea

Welcome to Brecon Beacons Resort in Brecon Beacons National Park offering a choice of 7 accommodations. On this page you can find information on Brecon Beacons Resort including Brecon Beacons Resort photo galleries, reviews, availability and booking information. If you like what you see, you can book your stay at Brecon Beacons Resort online securely. Brecon Beacons Resort is a great choice if you're looking for a holiday in Swansea or Powys.

Brecon Beacons Resort is part of our exclusive Daisy Door Cottage style Collection, enviably set in a picturesque location in the heart of the majestic Brecon Beacons National Park. Surrounded by an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, these traditional stone cottages reflect their unique setting with a seamless blend of traditional style and sumptuous home from home comforts, perfect for relaxing following a busy days exploration. A cocktail of towering mountains, plunging valleys, crystal lakes and dramatic landscapes unfold from your doorstep making it a natural paradise for walkers, ramblers and mountain bike enthusiasts alike. You’ll be spoilt for choice as the cottages are adjacent to the award winning National Show caves of Wales boasting a cluster of magnificent caves offering everything from adrenaline activities to a unique wedding venue for those in search of something a little different. The breathtaking Gower Peninsula coastline with its golden beaches is within easy reach, as are the historic delights and fantastic shopping opportunities of Cardiff. Indoor heated pool. The National Showcaves of Wales†. Gym (over 16s). Games room. 130m dry ski slope. Crazy golf. Tennis courts. Children’s play area. Coffee shop. All facilities available for all dates. †Guests enjoy 20% off entry to The National Showcaves of Wales.

A selection of one, two and three bedroom traditional stone and slate cottages nestled on the edge of the picturesque Brecon Beacons National Park.

  • Flat screen TV/DVD
  • Wi-Fi
  • Kitchen including microwave and fridge/freezer
  • Bath and/or shower
  • Bed linen, duvets and towels
  • Beds made up for your arrival
  • Double glazed and heated throughout
  • Shared use of grounds with barbecue
  • Electricity included
  • Travel cots and highchairs £10pw each
  • Group bookings may be subject to restrictions
  • Pets £49 per week or £39 per short break each (max 1) (in specific accommodation only)
  • All non smoking accommodation

All guests to Brecon Beacons Resort have access to the following facilities and amenities:

  • Non Smoking
  • Indoor Swimming Pool
  • Gym / Fitness Room
  • Kid's Play Area
  • Daisy Door Range
  • Romantic Breaks
  • Pet(s) Allowed

Accommodation at Brecon Beacons Resort

Pen-Y-Fan (Cottage)

Typical Pen-Y-Fan

Well presented terraced cottage perfect for couples or small families. One double with ensuite sauna and shower and one twin with ensuite spa bath with overhead shower. Open plan kitchen/dining area. Dishwasher. Separate lounge.

  • Sleeps 4
  • 2 Bedrooms

Tawe (Cottage)

Typical Tawe

First floor holiday cottage offering attractive mountain views from the doorstep. Two double four poster beds, both with ensuite spa bath with overhead shower. Sauna. Well equipped kitchen with dishwasher. Open plan lounge/diner. No pets.

  • Sleeps 4
  • 2 Bedrooms

Crows Nest 1 (Cottage)

Crows Nest 1

Well presented first floor cottage perfect for a couple or a small family. One double and one single, both with ensuite shower. Open plan lounge/kitchen/dining area. No pets.

  • Sleeps 3
  • 2 Bedrooms

Crow's Nest 2 (Cottage)

Typical Crows Nest 2

Tastefully presented first floor cottage with two doubles and one twin, all with ensuite shower. Sauna. Well equipped kitchen with dishwasher. Lounge and dining room. No pets.

  • Sleeps 6
  • 3 Bedrooms

Craig-Y-Nos (Cottage)

Typical Craig-Y-Nos

Well presented end terrace cottage with one double with ensuite spa bath with overhead shower and sauna. Open plan lounge/kitchen/dining area. Perfect cosy retreat for a romantic getaway.

  • Sleeps 2
  • 1 Bedrooms

Cribath (Cottage)


Tastefully furnished ground floor cottage with double with ensuite spa bath with overhead shower. Open plan lounge/kitchen/dining area. Perfect for a couple looking for a revitalizing escape.

  • Sleeps 2
  • 1 Bedrooms

Red Kite (Cottage)

Red Kite

Cosy ground floor cottage with one double with ensuite shower. Open plan lounge/kitchen/dining area. Great touring base for a couple looking for adventure.

  • Sleeps 2
  • 1 Bedrooms

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Things to do near Brecon Beacons Resort

If you're planning a day out during your stay at Brecon Beacons Resort then why not visit some of these local points of interest and recommended activities all within easy reach of Brecon Beacons Resort. You can use the tools below to search for other ideas for days out within the local area. Use our handy search facility below to find shops, supermarkets, cinemas and many more attractions near Brecon Beacons Resort.

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Southerndown Beach, Bridgend - 22.4 Miles away

This west facing sand and pebble beach is backed by farmland. Popular for surfing, canoeing and bathing, it also has some rockpools. It is joined to the heritage coast path which leads to a castle along the cliffs.

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Pembrey Beach, Pembrey - 27.4 Miles away

An 8 mile stretch of sandy beach backed by sand dunes - designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest. There are nature trails throughout Pembrey Country Park. Visitors can enjoy clear views across Carmarthen Bay to Tenby and the Gower.(Dogs not allowed onto the beach between May and September)

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Taff Trail , Cardiff Bay - 20.7 Miles away

Most of this cycle trail running from Cardiff Bay to the market town of Brecon has been designated as traffic-free. It runs along the former tramways, railways and canals of great historical interest and significance. Look out for the points of industrial archaeology along the way.

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Monknash Walk, Monknash - 28.5 Miles away

Walking from Nash Point to Monknash is a fairly easy, mostly level walk of about 5 miles. There are two nature reserves en route and the Plough and Narrow pub at the half way point serves meals. Alternatively, stop for refreshments at Nash Point in the summer months.

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Oxwich Bay Walk, Oxwich Bay - 29.4 Miles away

Located in a National Nature Reserve, this walk will take you between half an hour to an hour to complete. The reserve has one of the richest varieties of coastal habitats in Britain, and is a favourite location for bird watchers.

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Llandrindod Wells walking, Llandrindod Wells - 29.5 Miles away

Every September, Llandrindod Wells hosts the annual Heart of Wales walking festival - with many guided walks to suit all levels of fitness and abilities. Even if you dont visit when the walking festival is on, you can still enjoy the views of the gentle rolling countryside to the moderately rugged hills of the heart of Wales.

Location: Llandrindod Wells

Offa’s Dyke Path, Powys - 29.7 Miles away

Cycle, trek or horse ride through Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, National Parks, eight counties and two countries. Although 177 miles in its entirety, it is an easy route to pick and choose from depending on how energetic you are feeling!

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Brecon Beacons National Park, Brecon - 3.5 Miles away

The Brecon Beacons look fantastic when they're experienced from the saddle of your bike - whether you want the more energetic experience of charging up the mountains or casually cruising from pub to pub, there's something here for everyone. The national park authority organise guided walks and events for all the family.

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Aberglasney Gardens, Llangathen - 16.8 Miles away

Located in the stunning Tywi valley of Carmarthenshire, this fine house has a garden that has been described as one of the finest in Wales. Often cited as inspiration for poetry for over 500 years, this beautiful site is as magical as it is mysterious.

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The National Botanic Garden of Wales, Carmarthenshire - 20.2 Miles away

The National Botanic Garden is one of the most visited gardens in Wales and is home to some of the rarest plants in world. Voted 'number 1 wonder of Wales', it has become one of the most popular gardens in the UK.

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Pembrey Country Park, Pembrey - 27.4 Miles away

Pembrey Country Park boasts one of the best beaches in the UK and some 202 hectares of parkland. There is a whole host of family attractions to enjoy including a dry ski slope, the longest toboggan run in Wales, a pitch and putt course, equestrian centre and cycle trails.

Location: Pembrey   More Details »

Clytha Park, Abergavenny - 28.5 Miles away

Clytha park is an 18th century landscaped park, it is surrounded by fine trees, a lake and a walled garden dating from 1790. There is a riverside walk leading to a path where you can enjoy the spectacular views. Take some time to wander around Clytha Castle and the estate.

Location: Abergavenny   More Details »

Carreg Cennen Castle, Llandelio - 11.4 Miles away

Experience the panoramic views of the black mountain and the colourful Welsh countryside from the craggy hilltop where this fantastic castle lies.

Location: Llandelio   More Details »

Brecknock Museum, Brecon - 13.8 Miles away

A wonderful, little museum. Established in 1928 by the Brecknock Society it is now run by Powys County Council. Set in a delightful historic building it offers a glimpse of the area over time.

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Brecon Cathedral, Brecon - 13.9 Miles away

A cathedral with an extremely rich heritage. The site appears to have been used for many churches over the centuries beginning life as a Celtic place of worship, before in 1093 the site was converted into a Norman Benedictine Priory. However, after King Henry VIII and the dissolution of the monasteries in the 16th century, it became the Parish Church.

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Dinefwr Park and Castle and Newton House , Llandeilo - 14.7 Miles away

This venue is very varied in that it offers a castle ruins, an extensive deer park with rare breed cattle and Newton House. Newton House is run by the National Trust and, unlike many of their properties, visitors are encouraged to learn about the exhibits by handling them – brushing top hats, polishing shoes and even playing the grand piano (responsibly of course)

Location: Llandeilo

Rhondda Heritage Park Museum, Pontypridd - 20.7 Miles away

The reconstructed village street and three period shops give visitors a taste of life over the last 150 years. The art gallery contains displays of contemporary jewellery and unique gift ideas. Stop for something to eat in the restaurant and enjoy the views of the lower Rhondda Valleys.

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Big Pit National Coal Museum , Torfaen - 24.6 Miles away

Prepare to be lowered 300 feet down the mineshaft for our famous underground tour with a real miner! Wear the same equipment (helmet, cap lamp, battery) and see what life was like for thousands of men and boys who worked at the coalface.

Location: Torfaen

Big Pit: National Coal Museum, Torfaen - 24.8 Miles away

Big Pit is one of Britain's best mining museums with educational exhibits. Experience the famous underground tour, meet a genuine miner and wear the real clothes. Big Pit will amuse and inform visitors of all ages, a great day out for all the family!

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Caerphilly Castle, Conwy - 26.2 Miles away

A magnificent 13th century castle which was the birthplace of King Edward II. It has a formal purpose as the place where the Prince of Wales receives his crown from the Queen.

Location: Conwy

Harlech Castle, Harlech - 26.2 Miles away

This fortress was built in 1283 and amazingly, its inner walls and towers still stand almost to their full height. Its best feature is the stairway that plunges 200ft down to the foot of the castle rock. Don't miss the views over the sand dunes below to the Lleyn Peninsula and Snowdonia.

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Llansteffan Castle , Llansteffan - 27.1 Miles away

This impressively sited castle overlooking the Tywi estuary has been in the hands of both the Normans and Welsh. Admission is free. Pass a couple of hours in the castle before visiting Llansteffan village for a coffee or a wander around the shops.

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Abergavenny Museum, Abergavenny - 28 Miles away

Abergavenny Museum is set in the grounds of a 'ruined' Norman Castle, where you can enjoy a picnic during the summer and a brisk walk on colder days. The museum contains activity Room for children, where there is the opportunity to colour, cut and stick. At certain times they offer workshops led by museum staff.

Location: Abergavenny

Beaupre Castle, Cowbridge - 28.9 Miles away

Old Beaupre was a medieval castle and later a Tudor manor house, built around two courtyards. Etched in a panel above the doorway is the Bassett family motto 'Better death than dishonour'. The impressive three-storey outer gatehouse was the result of the great Tudor rebuilding, when the family lived here.

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Howardian Local Nature Reserve, Rhymney Valley - 18.7 Miles away

Howardian Local Nature Reserve is tucked away in the Rhymney valley and despite its size, over 500 species of wildlife have been recorded here. 25,000 trees have been planted in the three areas that make up the nature reserve. Some examples of the types of wildlife to be seen are grass snakes, frogs, toads, butterflies, herons and kingfishers.

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Parc Cwm Darran, Darran Valley - 19.6 Miles away

Tucked away in the Darran Valley, this tranquil country park is only 2 miles north of Bargoed. Take a stroll through the Cwmllwydrew wild flower meadows or cycle along 5 1/2 km of well-maintained cycle tracks. If you're feeling energetic, try the assault course along the lakeside. There is also the opportunity to fish in the lake.

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Pembrey Nature Reserve, Pembrey - 27.4 Miles away

Pembrey Nature Reserve is part of Pembrey Forest. It covers 1000 hectares and contains 35 species of butterfly and birds of prey such as sparrowhawks and goshawks. Pembrey forest also forms part of a Site of Special Scientific Interest.

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Dan yr Ogof, Abercrave - 1.5 Miles away

These caves are famous for their historical significance and there is the added attraction of a dinosaur park and shire horse centre.

Location: Abercrave

Dolaucothi Gold Mines , Llanwrda - 17.9 Miles away

The opportunity to go underground in both Roman and Victotian gold mines. The site is of rich historical interrest and has a good tea room and the chance to try your hand at gold panning.

Location: Llanwrda

Builth Wells Sports Centre, Builth Wells - 23.6 Miles away

Builth Wells Sports Centre includes many sporting facilities such as a swimming pool, squash courts, sports hall, fitness suite and an all weather pitch. They also have several classes on offer from pilates to cardio kickboxing - something to suit all tastes and caters for the whole family.

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Gwili Steam Railway, Carmarthen - 26.9 Miles away

One of Wales' beautiful little railways which winds its way through the Gwili valley. It is a standard gauge train and has a narrow gauge children's railway and picnic areas with scenic walks. The ticket price allows you to stay all day and ride as often as you like.

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Carmarthen Leisure Centre, Carmarthen - 27.3 Miles away

Great if you fancy a swim or a game of squash, this leisure centre offers a wide range of activities for all ages.

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Llanthony Riding and Trekking, Abergavenny - 27.9 Miles away

Based in the spectacular Brecon Beacons National Park, Llanthony Riding and Trekking has a hack or trek suitable for all riders, even if you've never been on a horse before! Choose a quiet trek with a stop for lunch in a local pub or a hack through the hills, a great day out for everyone involved. Equipment is provided if required.

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Abergavenny Leisure Centre, Abergavenny - 28 Miles away

The local leisure centre in Abergavenny has a 25metre swimming pool, a four court sports hall, two squash courts, as well as a number of martial arts and aerobics classes. Children's parties can also be catered for here; you can hire out the swimming pool, have use of the inflatables and a bouncy castle.

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Brynaman Cinema, Carmarthen - 8.7 Miles away

This cinema has a structure unchanged since the 1930's but boasts all comforts and modern facilities inside. It regularly plays host to live performances and the latest films.

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Brecknock Farmers Market, Brecon - 13.8 Miles away

High quality seasonal produce which has been reared and grown or made within the area of a 30 mile radius. Open to visit every second Saturday in a month. Refreshments and live music too.

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Pebble, Cowbridge - 28.5 Miles away

Pebble is a boutique featuring designer clothing for both men and women such as French Connection, Diesel, Duck and Cover. The boutique also sells handmade bags, home ware and jewellery.

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Cowbridge, Cowbridge - 28.9 Miles away

Cowbridge is an elegant market town famous for its arts & crafts and antiques. The high street is lined with fashionable shops, bars, restaurants and chic boutiques.

Location: Cowbridge

Nearby Holiday Parks

Here is a selection of other holiday parks near Brecon Beacons Resort. Alternatively you may wish to view all our holiday parks in Powys or holiday parks in Swansea.

Slate House Lodges, Llandinam

Heartsease Lodges, Llandrindod Wells

Heronstone Lodges, Swansea

Maesmawr Farm Resort, Caersws

Castle Pren Lodges, Llandrindod Wells