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A 400 Year old former farm home about 7 miles from the market town of Brecon. Nestling at the end of a little used lane with far reaching views to the Black Mountains.2 double bedrooms and 1 twin, all en-suite & well appointed.
The Castle of Brecon Hotel is an historic hotel of great charm and character. Occupying the site and remains of Brecon Castle close to the centre of town, it stands on a bluff of land between two rivers commanding extensive views.
A 16th century converted corn mill, peacefully situated, en-suite rooms, residents lounge. Ideal for walking and touring the Brecon Beacons, Black Mountains and Hay-on-Wye. Single Occupancy £40.00 per night
Comfortable Guest House (Bed and Breakfast) in Brecon Town in a characterful Georgian house.
A large Edwardian Town House. Exclusive use of a private suite of rooms on the second floor - a double bedroom, large bathroom, separate WC and landing. Refreshment facilities, colour TV, WIFI. Breakfast in the dining room. £65 per night.
With real food, unbranded wines and comfortable rooms, the Black Mountains' multi award winning Griffin is a standard-bearer for the modern rural pub.
Dinner, bed and breakfast from £185 per couple (£155 throughout the winter).
Being close to Brecon Beacons we can offer excellent walks and cycle routes.
Welcome to The Grange Guest House - A friendly, family run Bed and Breakfast in the heart of Brecon Town. The Grange is within easy reach of all the town's amenities and we're sure you'll find it the perfect base
The Granary is a newly converted barn situated at the foot of the Black Mountains in the Brecon Beacons National Park.
This guest house was originally a 17th-century drovers' inn. The courtyard, now a car park, is surrounded by many of the bedrooms, and pretty hanging baskets are seen everywhere. The non-smoking bedrooms are attractively decorated.
Coach houses were traditionally warm and welcoming places. This particular example is one of a new breed, offering contemporary townhouse accommodation. The Coach house is one of only 2% in the country that hold the five star GOLD award
Named after the mountain range that dominates Brecon and the National Park, this restored Georgian town house offers exceptional standards of comfort and hospitality.
Our traditional Welsh Longhouse, Blaenau Bach, was built sometime in the 17th century, from stone out of the quarry just upstream from the house.
4 en suite rooms with beautiful views.
Alltybrain Farmhouse is a quiet, relaxing and informal place to stay near Brecon. Top quality linen and towels, comfortable beds and an excellent Welsh Breakfast using home grown and locally produced food.
Village Inn offering comfortable en-suite accommodation. Located four miles north of Brecon on A470. Within easy reach of the Black Mountains and Brecon Beacons. We serve lunch and evening meals on licensed premises, with a varied menu.
Family run guest house half a mile from the town centre of Brecon. The house is an old farmhouse which dates back to at least the 1850's and still has origanal beams in some of the rooms.
You will find a friendly and relaxed atmosphere at the converted farmhouse, Plas-y-Ffynnon Bed and Breakfast.
Stunning location with breathtaking views of the Brecon beacons. 8 luxurious main house rooms and 4 duplex stable rooms. relaxing spa and leisure, fabulous award winning local food.
Nestling at the foot of The Black Mountains (click here), Dorcas and David offer a warm and friendly welcome to their family home. Food is a speciality of the B&B.