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Holiday cottages in BRECON, Powys

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Brecon is a town right in the centre of Wales on the northern edge of the famous Brecon Beacons National Park. The town has stood for hundreds of years, and began as a humble market town with a little church; today Brecon has its own Cathedral! This is of significance as the presence of a cathedral usually makes a large town a city, however, because Brecon is set in a national park and it has so much of its own history, among other reasons, the town hasn’t expanded much since the Georgian period and thus never became a city.

A town with this level of protection from both the government and its inhabitants speaks for itself in terms of its heritage and what it has to offer visitors. This means that your holiday cottage in Brecon will be as old and natural as the town itself, not some new building that perhaps sticks out and has no personality.

Brecon is a walker and nature lover’s paradise, with rolling unspoilt hills and vast countryside wildlife – this part of Wales is truly beautiful and if you have never been to the Brecon Beacon National Park, booking a holiday Cottage in Brecon would be a fantastic place to start! Wales is a very popular tourist destination all year round because of its landscapes and the way history has shaped its architecture, so don’t miss out this year and make sure you book your holiday cottage in Brecon, one of the best parts!

SO0428 : Brecon street scene

SO0428 : St Mary the Virgin - Nave - St Mary Street

SO0428 : Talk of the Town, Brecon