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Thinking of booking an unusual stay in The Brecon Beacons?
"Located on the border between South Wales and Mid Wales, the Brecon Beacons National Park which includes the stunning Black Mountains offers 520 square miles of spectacular landscape as well as being recognised as an International Dark Sky Reserve.
Fantastic for lovers of outdoor life, the Brecon Beacons offers a large choice of walks, including a hike up to Pen y Fan, the highest peak at 886m.
Cyclists will also enjoy a choice of routes, with mountain biking in the Crychan Forest popular with families whilst Talgarth offers a challenging ride for expert riders.
If you prefer a slower pace of life, then turn to the many thriving market towns, such as Abergavenny with its annual Food Festival and Hay-on-Wye with its celebrated literary festival.
There really is something to do for everyone in this part of Wales.
Booking some quirky accommodation is the perfect way to enhance your stay, be it a shepherds hut, glamping with hot tub or a dog friendly cottage.
Imagine sitting back, taking in the views of the Milky Way with your loved ones - time reconnecting with each other, making memories that you will reminisce over for years to come."
Roundhouse uniquely created out of the earth where it stands. Amazing views of the Brecon Beacons and the Black Mountains.
Whisky barrel hot tub sits on the decking, ideal for a dip.
Raised double bed with a single under, two further singles and an antique reclining Edwardian chair for one further guest. Although not designed with children in mind, they can be accommodated from age 7 upwards.