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    • Hawk Adventures

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

    • 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...

    • 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...

    • 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. ...

    • 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...

    • 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...

    • 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...

    • 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...

    • 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 ...

    • 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...

    • 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...

    • 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...

    • 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...

    • 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...

    • Adventure Britain

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

    • Treads and Trails

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

    • The Star Bunkhouse

      You can expect a warm and comfortable stay in our self-catering bunkhouse. We have spacious bedrooms, cosy lounge and dining areas, a fully-equipped k...

    • Porth-y-Parc

      The Old Barn stands on its own at the end of the yard of our 35 acre smallholding in the Brecon Beacons National Park, surrounded by fields and woodla...

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    • Talybont valley

      In the footsteps of poet Henry Vaughan A gentle stroll through the landscape that inspired 17th-century poet, author and physician Henry Vaughan, taking in later additions like the 19th-century canal and tramroad. Need to know Len... more

    • Plan your visit

      How to get there The Black Mountain Quarries are accessible by car or bicycle from the A4069 between Brynaman and Llangadog. The site also lies close to the Beacons Way path approximately half way between Llanddeusant Youth Hostel and Carreg Cennen (... more

    • Little Tommy Jones, victim of the Beacons

      When a young miner's son perished on the Brecon Beacons in the summer of 1900, it shocked an entire community. On 4 August 1900, the Saturday before a Bank Holiday, a miner from Maerdy, at the head of the Rhondda Fach, decided to take his five-ye... more

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    • Hawk Adventures

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

    • 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...

    • 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...

    • 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. ...

    • 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...

    • 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...

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    • Talybont valley

      In the footsteps of poet Henry Vaughan A gentle stroll through the landscape that inspired 17th-century poet, author and physician Henry Vaughan, taking in later additions like the 19th-century canal and tramroad. Need to know Len... more

    • Plan your visit

      How to get there The Black Mountain Quarries are accessible by car or bicycle from the A4069 between Brynaman and Llangadog. The site also lies close to the Beacons Way path approximately half way between Llanddeusant Youth Hostel and Carreg Cennen (... more

    • Little Tommy Jones, victim of the Beacons

      When a young miner's son perished on the Brecon Beacons in the summer of 1900, it shocked an entire community. On 4 August 1900, the Saturday before a Bank Holiday, a miner from Maerdy, at the head of the Rhondda Fach, decided to take his five-ye... more

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    • Talybont valley

      In the footsteps of poet Henry Vaughan A gentle stroll through the landscape that inspired 17th-century poet, author and physician Henry Vaughan, taking in later additions like the 19th-century canal and tramroad. Need to know Len... more

    • Plan your visit

      How to get there The Black Mountain Quarries are accessible by car or bicycle from the A4069 between Brynaman and Llangadog. The site also lies close to the Beacons Way path approximately half way between Llanddeusant Youth Hostel and Carreg Cennen (... more

    • Little Tommy Jones, victim of the Beacons

      When a young miner's son perished on the Brecon Beacons in the summer of 1900, it shocked an entire community. On 4 August 1900, the Saturday before a Bank Holiday, a miner from Maerdy, at the head of the Rhondda Fach, decided to take his five-ye... more

    • Brecon

      A thriving market town in the Usk Valley, Brecon was established as a town in Norman times Narrow compact streets, Georgian facades and the restored canal basin tell tales of times gone by. For culture, seek out the 12th century cathedral, So... more

    • Cefn Llechid

      Uncommonly good common land. This moderately strenuous circular walk from the National Park Visitor Centre (also known as the Mountain Centre) to an out-of-the-way common features unspoilt landscapes alongside vivid reminders of the area’s h... more

    • 15. Brecknock Museum

      Brecknock Museum houses exhibitions from local prehistory to the Dark Ages, Brecknockshire town and country life, natural history, art and historical objects. Further information The main entrance of this impressive building is up a f... more

    • Geology and history of Waterfall Country in the Brecon Beacons National Park

      This landscapes of this part of the Brecon Beacons National Park have been shaped by natural forces and human industry. Carved over millennia: the geology of Waterfall Country Waterfall Country is part of the Fforest Fawr Geopark, the most geol... more

    • 39. A stroll along the Llanfoist to Govilon line

      This is an easy-going and popular walking and cycling route, along a very gently sloping former railway line. The banks alongside the line are home to many species of trees, wildflowers and ferns. Further information: The route changes from r... more

    • Cruise the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal from Goytre Wharf

      The Monmouthshire and Brecon canal is one of the most scenicand spectacular canals in the UK.The towpath winds its way for over 50km between Brecon andCwmbran and has good views over farmland, woodland andmountains and is home to a wide range of... more

    • Black Mountains: breathtaking views from Castell Dinas and the Gliding Club

      Head for the sky with this itinerary – and enjoy a walk to the highest Castle ruins in Wales followed by an afternoon watching the skilled pilots of the Black Mountains gliding Club soar along the mountain ridges. Start the morning with a driv... more

    • Coed-y-Cerrig National Nature Reserve

      In the Brecon Beacons National Park north of Abergavenny, this varied woodland contains magnificent beeches, bluebells and butterflies. The name given to this mysterious, deeply wooded narrow valley, Coed-y-Cerrig (Wood of Stones), hints at the g... more

    • Sugar Loaf from Abergavenny - directions

      Way to go 1 From the information centre turn right and walk through the town centre to the war memorial at the junction with Park Road. Cross Park Road and continue up Pen-y-Pound. Turn left into Avenue Road at the traffic lights and pass the... more

    • Storey Arms to the Visitor Centre

      A dramatic trek through the heart of the Brecon Beacons. A moderate one-way walk through an inspiring mountainous landscape that’s home to rare flora and fauna. Steep descents, rocky ravines and peaceful country lanes all feature on a journe... more

    • Merthyr Tydfil

      Merthyr Tydfil owes its name to Tydful, the daughter of Brychan, Prince of Brycheiniog, who was slain by the marauding Picts in the 5th Century at the Site of the Parish Church. Subsequently canonized, the site on which she was slain became known a... more

    • Kitting yourself out in outdoor gear and browsing our fashion boutiques

      Many people think of Snowdonia and the Lake District for walking and climbing gear, but there's a great range on offer in the Brecon Beacons. And our boutiques turn heads. Ready to replace your waterproofs, base layers or walking boots? You may b... more

    • Llanelieu and its ancient church

      Start / Finish points: Talgarth Distance: 9.66 km / 6.0 miles Difficulty: Medium Facilities at startpoint: Cafe, Car Park, National Park Information, Shop, Toilets, Pub, Post Office, Restaurant DIRECTIONS START Walk back out of the main... more

    • Take the family to the National Showcaves and Craig-y-Nos Country Park, Cwm Tawe

      The Cwm Tawe area of the Brecon Beacons is in the heart of the Fforest Fawr Geopark – an area of international importance because of its extraordinary geological heritage. Craig-y-nos sits between imposing crags of Carboniferous Limestone, rock w... more

    • Black cats and Fairies

      It all started one Friday morning. I was on my way up to the Lake - Llyn Cwm Llwch when a neighbour hailed me. He had a sack which clearly had in it a cat which was miaowing and spitting. “Needs drowning, this one. Keeps fighting and mating. ... more

    • An irresistible Offa

      The Offa’s Dyke Path National Trail stretches 177 miles (283km) along the boundary between Wales and England, following in the main the ancient earthen border created by King Offa of Mercia in the 8th century. The two-year, £1 million ‘Walking... more

    • Falls, fossils, forests and fleeces

      Tawe Uchaf Community Council and Brecon Beacons National Park have produced an audio trail to help visitors enjoy the Nant Llech Waterfall Trail. Henrhyd falls crown the head of this facinating valley which is owned and managed by the National Trus... more

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    • Hawk Adventures

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

    • 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...

    • 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...

    • 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. ...

    • 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...

    • 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...