Holiday Accommodation & Location Details
The Brecon Beacons national park is one of the biggest draws for those who opt to stay at Avalon cottages due to the diverse wildlife and incredible scenery on offer. The Brecon Beacons is one of the few remaining unspoilt places in the UK with no visit being complete without a walk up Peni Fan, the highest peak in the Beacons.
Heading inland into the mountains is not however the only option available to guests with excursions to Pembrokeshire also being a great option, and the second national park in close proximity to the Avalon cottages.
The cottages can sleep between two to six people and start from prices of £179 per week for the cosy Willow cottage, up to the price of £259 per week for the oak cottage. The Willow cottage is the perfect choice for couples searching for a romantic week away as it contains just one double bedroom, a bathroom and a general living area.
The Willow cottage is only available however to adults and any guests under the age of eighteen must stay in a larger cottage with adults being present. The cottages have a real cosy feel and have all the expected amenities included free of charge such as freshly prepared bedding, coffee making facilities and bathrooms.
There are also numerous towns to visit in west Wales all with something different to offer. A great option for families is Tenby which is Wales’s answer to New quay. A friendly bustling seaside town, Tenby is a perfect option for families who wish to spend their days relaxing on the beach or shopping for surfing related goods in the nearby town.
If guests are looking to mingle with the younger crowd Swansea is a great option, a thriving student town Swansea offers something for everyone from endless amount of pubs and clubs along the famous wind street to long deserted beaches.Tags: Lodges in Carmarthenshire, Lodges in South Wales, Lodges in Wales