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    • 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...

    • 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...

    • Upper House & 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 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...

    • Swn Yr Afon

      Swn yr Afon (sound of the river) phonetically: soon-err-ahvon is a lovely home in a quiet leafy part of Brecon town, close enough to stroll the five-...

    • The Walnut Tree Inn

      Michelin-starred restaurant located 3 miles north-east of Abergavenny town. A famous inn and restaurant since the early 60’s, offering proper dining...

    • Rhedyn Guesthouse

      Awarded the AA 'Best Guest Acommodation of 2018/19' Visit Rhedyn Guesthouse where we want to make your stay with us as enjoyable as possible with litt...

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    • 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

    • 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

    • Spa hotels and alternative therapy centres

      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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    • 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

    • 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

    • Spa hotels and alternative therapy centres

      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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    • 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

    • 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

    • Spa hotels and alternative therapy centres

      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

    • 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

    • Peterstone Court, Llanhamlach, near Brecon

      At this country house hotel, diners can eat where they feel comfortable – maybe in the library, or in the conservatory with its mouth-watering view of the Brecon Beacons. Peterstone Court may be a grand Georgian mansion, but the staff insist th... more

    • Pop-the-corks Longo, an Italian in Wales

      It was this horrible decision It was this horrible decision - do you want to work for the most famous soprano in the world, this great star, this woman celebrated in London, New York and Milano for her voice, for her performances for kings and qu... more

    • Self-catering

      Cosy cottages on sleepy lanes, quirky barn conversions, grand houses perched on hillsides with glorious views – we do this type of holiday well in this part of Wales. Book your own hideaway and you’ll have far more room to stretch out than... more

    • The Felin Fach Griffin, Felin Fach, near Brecon

      With its pub atmosphere and locally-sourced quality food, the Felin Fach Griffin quickly made its mark among the gastropub crowd when it opened in 2000. Since then, many other pubs have jumped on the gastropub bandwagon, but the Griffin has retai... more

    • The Wild Boar Chase

      Have you ever seen a group of people sense threat? Have you ever seen a group of people sense threat? Something spreads though themlike a shiver. The group is more intuitive than the individual, if less decisive. WhenI started at the Daily Wales ... more

    • Greener places to stay in the Brecon Beacons National Park

      We want to make your holiday special. And because we’re a National Park, we’re always thinking ahead to ensure that future visitors can enjoy fabulous holidays here too. That's why protecting the environment and supporting local communities are... 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

    • Top Bluebell Walks in the Brecon Beacons

      As Winter finally turns to Spring we are rewarded with the arrival of the iconic bluebells. The Brecon Beacons National Park is home to some spectacular nature reserves and woodlands which at this time of year produce fantastic wildflowers, including... more

    • Bed and breakfast

      The B&Bs in the Brecon Beacons are run with pride and individuality. They’re found in towns, villages and rural locations throughout the National Park. You can rely on them for a warm welcome, a good breakfast and a comfy bed. In some B&... more

    • Visiting Waterfall Country

      The sound of water rushing, gurgling and dripping over stone fills the ears. This is a place of movement, colour and sound, our Celtic rainforest. Nestled into the southern slopes of the Fforest Fawr massif, west of Merthyr Tydfil, Waterfall C... more

    • Fishing in the Brecon Beacons National Park

      Record-breaking grayling on the Wye, some of the finest brown trout fishing in the country on the Usk and a sprinkling of well-stocked reservoirs and lakes make fishing one of the most popular outdoor activities in the Brecon Beacons National Park.... more

    • About the Brecon Beacons International Dark Sky Reserve

      Now that the entire Brecon Beacons National Park is an International Dark Sky Reserve, we intend to preserve our night skies, reduce energy wastage, help protect nocturnal wildlife and hold events related to the fascinating topic of astronomy. You'... 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

    • 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

    • Choosing a place to stay in the Brecon Beacons National Park

      A warm welcome comes naturally to us in this part of Wales. Those who come for weekends, short getaways or longer holidays in the Brecon Beacons National Park often talk about our friendly hospitality. Some are surprised to discover just how many... more

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