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From crumbling castles to heather-cloaked mountain ranges and wildflower meadows calling out to be explored, the Brecon Beacons is a diverse landscape for memorable holidays in the Welsh countryside.

Holidays in the Brecon Beacons Soaring mountains with cloud-shrouded peaks, undulating patchwork fields and wildflower meadows cloak the landscape creating an idyllic base for holidays in the countryside. Dotted with Michelin-starred restaurants and with trails for horse riding, mountain biking and walking carved into the landscape, the Brecon Beacons has something for everyone. Whether you crave an active escape weaving through mountain tracks on two wheels and trekking through dense woodland on horseback or prefer a leisurely holiday where walking from country inn to cosy tearoom is at the top of your agenda, the Brecon Beacons is the perfect base to explore all this unique region has on offer.

Activities in the Brecon Beacons Covering over 520 square miles, the Brecon Beacons was awarded National Park status in 1957. Encompassing four mountain ranges, crumbling castles and dramatic landscapes, this unique area of Wales is a haven for those looking to relax and unwind in the countryside. From hiking Pen-Y-Fan (the highest peak in South Wales) to white water rafting, activities here are as diverse as the landscape and promise to entertain families in search of an adrenaline fuelled holiday, groups of friends in need of a restorative retreat and couples in search of a romantic escape.

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