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The Harp Inn is a traditional country inn which through early evidence originates from 1720. The building’s use as a public house is recorded in auction sale details dated 1796.
Originally a 17th-century drovers' inn. The car park is in the courtyard, access is through a 17th century archway. Some rooms are dog friendly.
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.
Black Mountain Lodge has de-luxe, double, twin and family en-suite rooms all with tea/coffee making facilities and colour tv. Sorry no pets!
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.
The rooms are simple, modern and warm and guests come down to a large cooked breakfast with free range eggs, bacon, a bottle of local apple juice, cereals and croissants all served in the stunning River café
Being close to Brecon Beacons we can offer excellent walks and cycle routes.
The Granary is a newly converted barn situated at the foot of the Black Mountains in the Brecon Beacons National Park.
Foyles is situated in the pretty riverside village of Glasbury-on-Wye providing stylish, comfortable accommodation & restaurant serving local, seasonal dishes. Open daily for breakfast, morning coffee, lunch, afternoon tea, dinner.
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.
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 £45.00 per night
Serviced accommodation in Crickhowell
The Town House at Brecon is a convenient town centre, luxury, boutique B&B overlooking the River Honddu and the impressive remains of the old Norman Castle with distant views South to the splendid Pen-y-fan.
Llangoed Hall Hotel is set within 17 acres of beautiful landscaped gardens. It is the 'home from home' that you would expect from your 'best friend's Country House'.
Swn yr Afon is not one of your commercial hotels (we did that for fifteen years before opening our latest home to guests). It’s somewhere that you can enjoy a home from home break “but” with all the comfort of a top hotel.
The unique feature of Buckland Hall is that it is a dedicated venue and not a hotel. This makes it a phenomenal space that you can take over and wholly devote to your event.
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
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.
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.
Penpentre offer good food, using local produce wherever possible with home made preserves and bread and can provide a full Welsh breakfast of egg, bacon, sausage, tomato, mushroom and fried bread. Self catering options are available.