Let’s be honest, who doesn’t love autumn? It’s an especially wonderful time of the year; yes the weather gets cooler, but this can be enjoyed by all with being able to wrap in lots of layers, and if you love seeing the night’s sky, then you have more chance as the nights become longer. There’s also the nature around the UK that offers one last hurrah of superb colour and activity prior to winding down until the spring sun returns again.

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If you are one of the fortunate people who are planning on paying a visit to Brecon Beacons National Park while staying in the abodes we offer in South Wales, then why not do a bit of swatting up on the place before you go?

Here are 12 top facts about the popular Brecon Beacons National Park that fits perfectly with the ethos of our UK glamping holidays at Quality Unearthed.

Some shots of a recent walking trip in the Brecon Beacons National Park Wales near our South Wales glamping accommodation.

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Here at Quality Unearthed we are proud of each and every one of our abodes in our wonderful collection of glamping holiday destinations. This is why we want to highlight them to you so you can see them and fall in love with them just as we did.

Our latest feature will be focusing on a secluded, romantic getaway log cabin located in the magnificent Brecon Beacons near Hay on Wye. Powys, log cabins and a holidaying couple make the perfect combination and here’s why:

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The Wrest Park | UK's Oldest Christmas Tree | English Heritage | Glamping Holidays UK
The Wrest Park Christmas Tree as it appeared in the June 1900 edition of Gardener’s Chronicle (left). The tree as it stands curreently (right).
Credit: English Heritage

By now most of us who celebrate Christmas will have recycled or packed away our Christmas trees for another 12 months but there is one that still continues to stand tall and proud in the UK. The news comes from the cultural agency in the United Kingdom, stating that is has discovered the oldest living Christmas tree in all of Britain.

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