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    • Good Day Out

      Adventures in the Brecon Beacons! Choose from a variety of small group activities that engage you with the farming, the landscape, rural skills and wi...

    • Adventure Britain

      AWARD WINNING ACTIVITIES. CALL NOW FOR - Canyoning | Climbing | Caving | Gorge Walking | Canoeing | Kayaking | Abseiling | Mountain Walks | Quad Bikin...

    • Hawk Adventures

      Award Winning Providers of Outdoor Activities, Hawk Adventures have been providing exciting and enjoyable Adventure Activities and Team Building event...

    • Herdmans Bed & Breakfast

      Welcome To Herdmans B&B a lovely late Victorian Farm House boasting some of the best views the Brecon Beacons have to offer located just 2 miles sout...

    • Tŷ Helyg Guest House

      Welcome to Tŷ Helyg Guest House. We have newly refurbished rooms, all with modern en-suites, crisp linen and award winning beds! Relax in our guest l...

    • Trevyr Barn

      Louise and Alex look forward to welcoming you to Trevyr Barn, a recently converted stone barn, just a mile outside Grosmont, on the edge of Brecon Bea...

    • Aberyscir Coach House

      Aberyscir Coach House is a tranquil one bedroom self catering holiday cottage in the Brecon Beacons National Park with panoramic views of Pen-Y-Fan. ...

    • School Annex, the

      The School Annex provides self catering accommodation in a stone built property set in the grounds of Talybont village Old School House and has easy a...

    • Brecon Beacons Foraging

      Brecon Beacons Foraging Hello! I’m Adele. You might have come across some of my books, including ‘The Hedgerow Handbook’ and &lsquo...

    • Welsh Overland Safari

      Welsh Overland Safari is an independent guide tour company offering unique overland guided tours of some of the most beautiful, unspoilt landscapes in...

    • Inspire2Adventure

      Guided open canoe river trips, Gorge Scrambling Experience, High Level Ropes course & more. Great ideas for families and youth groups looking for ...

    • Bear Grylls Survival Academy

      Bear Grylls - the world’s most recognizable face of survival and outdoor adventure, has designed the ultimate self-rescue skills course, deliver...

    • Danyfan - Brecon

      Danyfan and Danyfan Carriage are in the foothills of the Brecon Beacons. Danyfan is an elegant Edwardian Villa with five bedrooms and four bathrooms. ...

    • Muddy Boots Guided Hiking Adventures

      Explore some of Wales’ most spectacular countryside, from the rugged coastline to the highest mountain top with an experienced & enthusiasti...

    • Exploring Mid Wales

      Exploring Mid Wales Join us in discovering one of the secret places of Britain We offer bespoke, exclusive, guided tours - by car, on foot or by bi...

    • Cantref Coach House

      The Coach House is situated in the heart of the countryside in the parish of Cantref. An area of scattered farms and homes. The historic Cathedral tow...

    • Garn-y-Skirrid Bunkhouse

      Garn-y-Skirrid is a newly built, eco-friendly, 4 person bunkhouse on the edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park, just 3 miles from Abergavenny with ...

    • Weaver’s Cottage, Pen Y Caeau Farm

      Weaver’s Cottage is a beautifully-renovated private annexe to our Welsh longhouse, sleeping four people. It’s the perfect mountain retreat...

    • Old Rectory Barn

      Old Rectory Barn offers 5 star, self-catering accommodation within the Brecon Beacons National Park, has wonderful views and is close to the Monmouths...

    • Treads and Trails

      Mountain Biking Wales, Walking Brecon Beacons We offer guiding, coaching & instruction on Mountain Bikes or Walking for individuals, groups, hen &...

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    • Llangadog and the western villages

      Llangadog, Capel Gwynfe, Bethlehem, Trap, Myddfai and Llanddeusant are thevillages that make up part of the west of the Brecon Beacons National Park,set in the beautiful Carmarthenshire countryside. Llangadogis situated in the heart of the Towy V... more

    • Staying safe

      We want you to have a safe and enjoyable time here in the Brecon Beacons National Park, whether you’re walking alone, in a group or with a four-legged friend. Walking safely It doesn’t matter if you’re embarking on a low-level strol... more

    • The Black Mountain Quarries Audio Trail

      Today, visitors to the Black Mountain Quarries can enjoy breath-taking panoramic views from the quarries and can discover the fascinating story of this once thriving lime industry. Starting from either of the two car parks at the site, a way-marked w... more

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    • Good Day Out

      Adventures in the Brecon Beacons! Choose from a variety of small group activities that engage you with the farming, the landscape, rural skills and wi...

    • Adventure Britain

      AWARD WINNING ACTIVITIES. CALL NOW FOR - Canyoning | Climbing | Caving | Gorge Walking | Canoeing | Kayaking | Abseiling | Mountain Walks | Quad Bikin...

    • Hawk Adventures

      Award Winning Providers of Outdoor Activities, Hawk Adventures have been providing exciting and enjoyable Adventure Activities and Team Building event...

    • Herdmans Bed & Breakfast

      Welcome To Herdmans B&B a lovely late Victorian Farm House boasting some of the best views the Brecon Beacons have to offer located just 2 miles sout...

    • Tŷ Helyg Guest House

      Welcome to Tŷ Helyg Guest House. We have newly refurbished rooms, all with modern en-suites, crisp linen and award winning beds! Relax in our guest l...

    • Trevyr Barn

      Louise and Alex look forward to welcoming you to Trevyr Barn, a recently converted stone barn, just a mile outside Grosmont, on the edge of Brecon Bea...

    'gorge walking' information see all

    • Llangadog and the western villages

      Llangadog, Capel Gwynfe, Bethlehem, Trap, Myddfai and Llanddeusant are thevillages that make up part of the west of the Brecon Beacons National Park,set in the beautiful Carmarthenshire countryside. Llangadogis situated in the heart of the Towy V... more

    • Staying safe

      We want you to have a safe and enjoyable time here in the Brecon Beacons National Park, whether you’re walking alone, in a group or with a four-legged friend. Walking safely It doesn’t matter if you’re embarking on a low-level strol... more

    • The Black Mountain Quarries Audio Trail

      Today, visitors to the Black Mountain Quarries can enjoy breath-taking panoramic views from the quarries and can discover the fascinating story of this once thriving lime industry. Starting from either of the two car parks at the site, a way-marked w... more

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    • Llangadog and the western villages

      Llangadog, Capel Gwynfe, Bethlehem, Trap, Myddfai and Llanddeusant are thevillages that make up part of the west of the Brecon Beacons National Park,set in the beautiful Carmarthenshire countryside. Llangadogis situated in the heart of the Towy V... more

    • Staying safe

      We want you to have a safe and enjoyable time here in the Brecon Beacons National Park, whether you’re walking alone, in a group or with a four-legged friend. Walking safely It doesn’t matter if you’re embarking on a low-level strol... more

    • The Black Mountain Quarries Audio Trail

      Today, visitors to the Black Mountain Quarries can enjoy breath-taking panoramic views from the quarries and can discover the fascinating story of this once thriving lime industry. Starting from either of the two car parks at the site, a way-marked w... more

    • Art and craft courses, workshops and events in the Brecon Beacons National Park

      Get crafty at one of the many creative happenings which take place in the Park. You can watch artists at work, or develop your own skills in painting, weaving, ceramics, carpentry, wood-turning or photography. Erwood Station Gallery Llandeilo G... more

    • Crickhowell

      A small and well-preserved Georgian town on the A40 in the Usk Valley The remains of a 13th century castle still stand in the town whilst the Iron Age hillfort of Crug Hywel, better known as Table Mountain, looks down upon... more

    • National Park Visitor Centre access information

      If you have specific access requirements this document may help you plan your visit to the Centre. Access Statement Mountain Centre (National Park Visitor Centre), Libanus GENERAL INFORMATION You will be given a warm welcome when you visit the Moun... more

    • Henllys Vale

      At Henllys Vale, next to the Afon Twrch in the southern part of the Brecon Beacons National Park, five lime kilns and the Brynhenllys coal mines provided a livelihood for the local community. This part of the Fforest Fawr Geopark used to be a hiv... more

    • Storey Arms to the Visitor Centre - directions

      Way to go 1 Take the Trawscymru T4 bus either from Cardiff or Brecon to Storey Arms Outdoor Education Centre. If coming from the Brecon direction, carefully cross the busy A470. From the south western side of the road, hop over the right-hand... more

    • Brecon to Pencelli - directions

      Way to go 1 From the interpretation board/bench next to the theatre, walk towards the water, keeping it on your left to drop down beneath the first bridge. Continue along on a narrow lane until, after another bridge, you go through a gate int... more

    • Swan of Usk

      Henry Vaughanwas born in 1621 at Newton Farm, Llansantfraed near Talybont- on-Usk, He was the elder of twins. His father was Thomas Vaughan of Tretower Court. Henry’s paternal grandfather owned Tretower Court and his paternal Grandmother Fra... more

    • Alexander Cordell

      1914 - 1997 Novelist Born George Alexander Graber into a military family stationed in Ceylon, Alexander followed in his father's footsteps and joined the Royal Engineers. In 1937 he married Rosina Wells. Wounded during World War II he was sent... more

    • Festivals of food and drink in the Brecon Beacons National Park

      Discover the authentic flavours of our region at our superb annual festivals. JUNE Hay-on-Wye Summer Food Festival This one-day gourmet gathering is well worth a visit. It’s limited to a relatively small number of local food, cider and w... more

    • 16. A stroll along Brecon Promenade

      The Promenade is popular with families for walking, playing and exercising dogs. It consists of surfaced riverside paths, large meadows and a children’s play area. Further information A tarmac path, complete with benches, runs downstr... more

    • Take a trip on a Brecon Mountain Railway steam train

      For a great day out why not take a trip on a vintage steamlocomotive across this narrow gauge heritage railway that runsbeside Pontsticill and Pentwyn Reservoirs. The former Brecon & Merthyr junction railway takes you throughbeautiful scenery in... more

    • Craig-y-Nos Country Park

      Situated in a dramatic and romantic location in the secluded upper Swansea Valley, Craig-y-nos Country Park is a 40-acre Victorian garden with shady woodlands, meadows, ponds, lazy lawns and rushing rivers. The historic grounds of Craig-y-nos Cas... more

    • Audio trails & podcasts

      Get a little extra information as you walk by listening to one of our audio trails. Simply download our audio guides to your smartphone, tablet or mp3 player before you head out. It's the ideal way to learn more about the Brecon Beacons National Pa... more

    • Days out around Brecon and the Central Beacons

      If you're visiting Brecon, you're sure to want to make the most of the great outdoors. Within easy reach of the town are walking trails, cycle routes, woods, hillsides, the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal, the Brecon Mountain Railway and lovely Llan... more

    • Llandovery

      Situated on the western border of the National Park, Llandovery was described by the early travel writer George Borrow as'the pleasantest little town in which I have halted’. The town is a great base for enjoying the western Brecon Beacons. Th... 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

    • Follow the story- more industrial sites within the Brecon Beacons

      Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal The Monmouthshire & Brecon Canal was built to transport stone andprocessedlime. Restored lime kilns can be seen along the tow path walk. Plan your visit Henllys Vale At Henllys Vale you can follow an easy access ... more

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    • Good Day Out

      Adventures in the Brecon Beacons! Choose from a variety of small group activities that engage you with the farming, the landscape, rural skills and wi...

    • Adventure Britain

      AWARD WINNING ACTIVITIES. CALL NOW FOR - Canyoning | Climbing | Caving | Gorge Walking | Canoeing | Kayaking | Abseiling | Mountain Walks | Quad Bikin...

    • Hawk Adventures

      Award Winning Providers of Outdoor Activities, Hawk Adventures have been providing exciting and enjoyable Adventure Activities and Team Building event...

    • Herdmans Bed & Breakfast

      Welcome To Herdmans B&B a lovely late Victorian Farm House boasting some of the best views the Brecon Beacons have to offer located just 2 miles sout...

    • Tŷ Helyg Guest House

      Welcome to Tŷ Helyg Guest House. We have newly refurbished rooms, all with modern en-suites, crisp linen and award winning beds! Relax in our guest l...

    • Trevyr Barn

      Louise and Alex look forward to welcoming you to Trevyr Barn, a recently converted stone barn, just a mile outside Grosmont, on the edge of Brecon Bea...