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.
Set in an ideal location at the heart of the bustling market town of Abergavenny, The Angel Hotel has a reputation for attentive, friendly service, great food, award-winning afternoon teas and a stylish yet comfortable atmosphere.
Small friendly Inn at the centre of Sennybridge village, in the Brecon Beacons National Park.
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.
Serviced accommodation Craig-y-Nos Castle stands in the Brecon Beacons National Park in the Upper Swansea Valley in South Wales.
Park Guest House has been run by the Herring family for nearly 20 years.
We pride ourselves on making sure you have a comfortable stay and a great breakfast.
The house was originally a farmhouse dating back some 300 years and once own
Glan y Dwr is a high quality bed and breakfast near to the centre of Crickhowell.
There is a warm friendly welcome at this quiet and relaxed hotel in the heart of Crickhowell. Very popular with walkers, golfers, birdwatchers and a perfect base for exploring the countryside.
Fifth Avenue House is a modern, family-run Guesthouse/small Hotel set on the very edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park.
5 star bed and breakfast near Brecon. Set in beautiful surroundings, this 17thC 'barn and beast house' offers the highest standard of guest house hospitality. Evening meals available by prior arrangement.
Tycooke farm is an 18th Century farmhouse set in a lovely cobbled courtyard. We are 1/2 a mile from Goytre Wharf on the Monmouthshire-Brecon canal. There are many opportunities for leisure and recreation in the surrounding countryside.
Situated above the BrecMon canal with splendid views of the Usk Valley and Black Mountains.
The Kings Head Hotel is a 16thC coaching inn situated in the centre of Abergavenny. All rooms have en suite shower rooms, colour television and hostess trays.
In the Brecon Beacons National Park overlooking Llwyn Onn Reservoir and surrounding woodland. Close to Pen-y-Fan, and waterfalls. Green Dragon Award Level 1. Taff Trail & Industrial Heritage within easy reach.
The hotel is on the bank of the River Usk, nestled into the slopes of Sugarloaf mountain in the Brecon Beacons. Views from the rooms, restaurant, conservatory and grounds are breathtaking. Service is warm, friendly and professional.
The Kings Arms is a late 16th Century coaching inn, giving a fine example of what much of Abergavenny would have looked like before formal Georgian modifications.
The Plas Derwen is a fantastic pub restaurant which offers exceptional food at ordinary prices. Located within easy reach of the A40 and A465 (Heads of the Valleys Road), it was redeveloped to a high standard in April 2007.
The Ty Newydd Country Hotel offers tranquillity, comfort, excellent food. And with the Brecon Beacons National Park, Valleys, Castles and Historic centres as our neighbours, we are an ideal base from which to explore.
Warm and welcoming B&B with amazingly comfy beds and fantastic breakfasts. We are in the heart of the countryside, yet surprisingly accessible with easy routes to the main roads and only 30 mins from the M4.
The Bear in Hay on Wye, Powys, is a former 16th century Grade II listed coaching inn at the centre of the world famous book town.