Eating and drinking
- Try something new from our superb local producers
- Pick up something delicious at a farmers' market
- Tuck into a proper Welsh breakfast
- Try a glass of Welsh whisky at Penderyn Distillery
- Enjoy a delicious day out at Abergavenny Food Festival
In the Brecon Beacons, we take food and drink pretty seriously.
We've got all the right ingredients. Clear air on open hillsides. Fertile valleys. And an abundance of fresh water.
From gourmet restaurants with their own cottage gardens to cosy pubs serving local Welsh lamb for Sunday lunch, we have plenty of fine eating places to tempt you. Our traditional Welsh breakfasts are legendary. Our gorgeous cafés and tea shops are enough to make you sigh with happiness.
And you'll find some wonderful goodies for picnics and gifts at our delis, food festivals and farmers' markets.
We even make our own whisky.
Feeling hungry yet?
Special places to eat and drink in the Brecon Beacons National Park
We're lucky enough to have some superb restaurants in our region. Some of t...
Restaurants in the Brecon Beacons National Park
You can dine extremely well in our market towns, villages and rural areas. ...
Pubs and inns in the Brecon Beacons National Park
Our welcoming watering holes are just the job for a refreshing lunchtime dr...
Cafés and tea shops in the Brecon Beacons National Park
It's the little treats, like a fresh pot of tea with sandwiches, Welshcakes...
Festivals of food and drink
Discover the authentic flavours of our region at our superb annual festival...
Local Businesses6 of 41
The Red Lion
The Red Lion, Llangynidr is a family friendly pub that caters for everyone....
A cosy place to relax in the winter months surrounded by original paintings...
The Dragons Back Public House
The Dragons Back is the highest pub in the Brecon Beacons, we serve traditi...
The Felin Fach Griffin
Famous, award winning inn with seven bedrooms and restaurant in between Bre...
Black Mountains Smokery
Black Mountains Smokery is a family-run artisan smokery based in Crickhowel...
Hopes of Longtown
In 2001 when Longtown’s village shop closed, we began a journey to br...