Pet-friendly holidays and accommodation in Brecon, Wales
Everybody’s heard of the Brecon Beacons National Park, home to wonderful walking, impressive scenery and mountain climbs. This southern gem includes the highest peak in South Wales, the remote and brooding Pen y Fan. A well-known training spot for the military, you don’t have to be a brave service hound to enjoy its lower levels where pretty lakes, waterfalls and nature reserves all welcome you to enjoy the park without having to return exhausted to base camp. If walking isn’t on your to-do list, there are lots of pet-friendly places to visit where you can keep your paws dry. The National Botanic Gardens of Wales has a doggy day every Monday as well as at least one doggy weekend per month, The National Park Visitor Centre welcomes furry-legged friends, and Brecon Cathedral and Tretower Court all offer history-loving hounds a fun day out.
Sitting right at the top of the park, the historic market town of Brecon provides a welcome respite to visitors. This thriving town has narrow streets and Georgian facades as well as a 12th-century cathedral, a couple of museums and the largest farmers’ market in the area. To find somewhere to stay, have a paw though our portfolio of dog-friendly cottages in Brecon to see which accommodation would suit all members of your family on your next trip to Wales.