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    • Peterstone Court

      Rumour has it that Charles I once visited the original site at Peterstone Court and it has also been associated with the companions of William The Con...

    • Lasswade Country House and Restaurant

      Magnificent views from all angles and a reputation of fine food is to be foundat Lasswade Country House and Restaurant. Nestled between the Brecon Bea...

    • Walkabout Wales

      Take a walk on the wild side with us on our guided walks . Our walking programs cover anything from a half day, gentle strolls, to longer, multi-day ...

    • Felin Newydd House / Countrypad

      FELIN NEWYDD MANOR HOUSE THE PRIVACY OF A COUNTRY MANOR, WITH THE COMFORTS OF A LUXURY HOTEL Felin Newydd House is one of the finest exclusive use ma...

    • The Plough

      The Plough is a charming four star boutique hotel and AA rosette award winning restaurant. We are set in breathtaking Welsh countryside near the histo...

    • Creative Photography Wales

      Creative Photography Wales undertakes work throughout Wales and the UK and is owned by professional photographer Nigel Forster, an Associate Member of...

    • The Felin Fach Griffin

      The Felin Fach Griffin is a dining pub with rooms sandwiched between The Black Mountains and The Brecon Beacons. A six time winner of Dining Pub of th...

    • Blaencwm Holiday Cottage Rental

      BLAENCWM HOLIDAY COTTAGE RENTAL FOR THOSE LOOKING FOR THE ULTIMATE RETREAT TO ENJOY THE WILDERNESS OF THE BLACK MOUNTAINS IN A SECLUDED VALLEY WAY OFF...

    • Derwen Deg Guest House

      You can be sure of a warm welcome from your hosts Lynn & Gary and family at Derwen-Deg their beautiful B&B Brecon Beacons accommodation in Mid Wales. ...

    • Upper House Farm & Spa, Craswall

      Long Barn and Hayloft Cottage at Upper House Farm & Spa, Craswall,are twoluxury self-catering mountain barns, located on the hills of the Black Mo...

    • The Dragon Inn

      The historic Dragon Inn is an old hostelry located on Crickhowell High Street. It is family owned and great care is taken to make sure all our guests ...

    • The Felin Fach Griffin

      Famous, award winning inn with seven bedrooms and restaurant in between Brecon and Hay on Wye. Six time winner of the Good Pub Guide's Dining Pub of t...

    • Rhedyn Guesthouse

      Visit us to share our beautiful countryside by walking the mountains or the rivers edge, or riding the off road biking trails, fishing in the River Wy...

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    • The Angel Hotel, Abergavenny

      A local favourite for afternoon tea, cocktails or dinner. Afternoon tea in the Wedgewood Room Tea at The Angel is something very special indeed. Each morning, specialist bakers prepare the savouries, sandwiches, cakes and scones that are pre... more

    • Hotels and inns

      Small, friendly and family-run – that sums up the hotels of the Brecon Beacons National Park. You’ll find them in town centres, near railway stations and in beautiful gardens close to the River Usk and the River Wye. Many have peaceful drawin... more

    • Spa hotels and alternative therapy centres in the Brecon Beacons National Park

      Here in the National Park we are lucky to have some fabulous spa hotels, retreats and clinics in beautiful, tranquil surroundings. A visit to a spa is often considered a luxury, but, according to experts, you don't just come away looking beautifu... more

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    • The Angel Hotel, Abergavenny

      A local favourite for afternoon tea, cocktails or dinner. Afternoon tea in the Wedgewood Room Tea at The Angel is something very special indeed. Each morning, specialist bakers prepare the savouries, sandwiches, cakes and scones that are pre... more

    • Hotels and inns

      Small, friendly and family-run – that sums up the hotels of the Brecon Beacons National Park. You’ll find them in town centres, near railway stations and in beautiful gardens close to the River Usk and the River Wye. Many have peaceful drawin... more

    • Spa hotels and alternative therapy centres in the Brecon Beacons National Park

      Here in the National Park we are lucky to have some fabulous spa hotels, retreats and clinics in beautiful, tranquil surroundings. A visit to a spa is often considered a luxury, but, according to experts, you don't just come away looking beautifu... more

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    • The Angel Hotel, Abergavenny

      A local favourite for afternoon tea, cocktails or dinner. Afternoon tea in the Wedgewood Room Tea at The Angel is something very special indeed. Each morning, specialist bakers prepare the savouries, sandwiches, cakes and scones that are pre... more

    • Hotels and inns

      Small, friendly and family-run – that sums up the hotels of the Brecon Beacons National Park. You’ll find them in town centres, near railway stations and in beautiful gardens close to the River Usk and the River Wye. Many have peaceful drawin... more

    • Spa hotels and alternative therapy centres in the Brecon Beacons National Park

      Here in the National Park we are lucky to have some fabulous spa hotels, retreats and clinics in beautiful, tranquil surroundings. A visit to a spa is often considered a luxury, but, according to experts, you don't just come away looking beautifu... more

    • Gliffaes Country House Hotel, Crickhowell

      Gliffaes has atmosphere in spades. As you find yourself passing a wicker basket of muddy wellies or a stack of fishing rods in the hall, you'll feel you're in a friend’s country house. This country house hotel is on a peaceful stretch of the Ri... more

    • Talgarth Mill

      In the small market town of Talgarth, good, locally produced food is a top priority. The town's latest attraction is a community-run, water-powered flour mill and traditional bakery. Talgarth Mill is an inspiring example of an eco-friendly food e... more

    • Sennybridge and the Upper Usk villages

      Sennybridge, Trecastle, Crai and Defynnog are all set in wonderfully peaceful countryside. There are pubs and hotels, antique shops and an art gallery, teashops and village shops. The font in the 15th Century church at Defynnog bears t... more

    • Food and drink from our farmers' markets, farm shops, bakeries and delis

      The Brecon Beacons National Park is a real treasure trove of fine produce. Tasty treats like our local whisky, cheese and chocolates make lovely gifts, and putting together a picnic from fresh goodies is a breeze. It's well worth shopping loca... more

    • Moderate, traffic-free cycle touring routes in the Brecon Beacons National Park

      There are six recommended moderate, traffic-free cycle touring routes in the Brecon Beacons National Park. They're perfect for a half day or full day cycle ride and a great way for you and your family or friends to get out into our beautiful countr... more

    • Ancient churches and chapels of the Black Mountains

      Start your day at the Church of Merthyr Issui at Partrishow. Stunningly located on the south eastern slopes of the Gader range with panoramic view. Inside you will find a truly beautiful 15th century oak rood screen and loft and most strikingly on ... more

    • Black Mountains: Rhos Fach Common and Crickhowell Castle

      Drive up to Rhos Fach Common tucked under Y Das Mountain– where you can start the day with a walk enjoying some fantastic Black Mountain scenery. Leave your car at the parking spot here and walk back down the hill to Llanelieu Church dedicate... more

    • Craig-y-Nos circular

      A taste of the Tawe. With lakes, ponds and big valley views, this walk is short but sweet. You’ll be crossing rivers via stepping stones and passing the National Showcaves Centre for Wales at Dan-yr-Ogof – a real rock star. Need t... more

    • Plan your trip to the Brecon Beacons National Park

      The Brecon Beacons National Park lieson the border between Mid Wales and South Wales,just west of Herefordshire. It includes parts of the Welsh counties of Powys, Carmarthenshire, Monmouthshire, Rhondda and Merthyr Tydfil. With great connections fr... more

    • Pwll-y-Wrach Nature Reserve, Talgarth Mill and Bronllys Castle

      Start your morning with a walk around the beautiful Pwll-y-Wrach Nature Reserve. set in a narrow and steep sided valley the reserve is an oak-ash woodland. at the eastern end of the reserve the river enig plunges to create a spectacular waterfall ... more

    • Crickhowell to Table Mountain

      Country town to Iron Age hillfort. This energetic walk gets the pulses pounding in more ways than one. The short, sharp ascent of 380m is breathtaking, just like the views across the Usk valley and Brecon Beacons from the summit. Need... more

    • Health, fitness and leisure centres in the Brecon Beacons National Park

      Dash over to one of our friendly local centres for a workout, a swim or a sports session. Regular exercise can help protect you from heart disease and stroke, high blood pressure, diabetes, obesity, back pain and osteoporosis. It can also improve... more

    • Take the family to the National Showcaves and Craig-y-Nos Country Park, Cwm Tawe

      The Cwm Tawe area of the Brecon Beacons is in the heart of the Fforest Fawr Geopark – an area of international importance because of its extraordinary geological heritage. Craig-y-nos sits between imposing crags of Carboniferous Limestone, rock w... more

    • 48. Llanthony Priory

      Explore the atmospheric ruins of this early 13th Century Augustinian church in the picturesque and remote Vale of Ewyas or Llanthony Valley. Further Information The surface in the grounds is grassy and uneven however certain parts... more

    • 34. A stroll around Llangattock Beechwood

      This popular circular walk meanders through a small young woodland. Further Information Although there are no longer any mature beech trees as its name suggests, this attractive site has lots of wildlife present. There is a wide gate at t... more

    • History, giants and ghosts in Cwm Tawe

      Aperfect day out for culture seekers start with a visit to the Ynyscedwen Ironworks at Ystradgynlais, where over 1000 men worked in 1853 using a new smelting process discovered by David Thomas, who later moved to theUSA and became the father of the A... more

    • Best for history

      Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal Originally designed for the transport of barges laden with coal and limestone, the 32-mile (51km) ‘Mon and Brec’ is now devoted purely to pleasure. Sample one of the National Park’s key pieces of industr... more

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