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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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    • The Brecon Beacons – respect, protect, enjoy

      Footnotes for walkers Step 1: Starting off Think ahead. A good route plan = a good walk And get off to a good start by parking properly – use car parks when available, think of others, don’t block gates or access lanes, etc Step 2... more

    • Brecon to Pencelli

      A wonderful watery walk. Take a gentle stroll along the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal. Once a key industrial route, the canal now offers a serene and scenic pathway through some of the National Park’s prettiest scenery. Brecon is a Walkers ... more

    • Hay-on-Wye

      Hay-on-Wye is a pretty little town swept by the river Wye on the north, with the Black Mountains and the Brecon Beacons to the south and west, and the lush agricultural land of Herefordshire to the east. It is famous as the town of books, a... 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

    • The Brecon Beacons – respect, protect, enjoy

      Footnotes for walkers Step 1: Starting off Think ahead. A good route plan = a good walk And get off to a good start by parking properly – use car parks when available, think of others, don’t block gates or access lanes, etc Step 2... more

    • Brecon to Pencelli

      A wonderful watery walk. Take a gentle stroll along the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal. Once a key industrial route, the canal now offers a serene and scenic pathway through some of the National Park’s prettiest scenery. Brecon is a Walkers ... more

    • Hay-on-Wye

      Hay-on-Wye is a pretty little town swept by the river Wye on the north, with the Black Mountains and the Brecon Beacons to the south and west, and the lush agricultural land of Herefordshire to the east. It is famous as the town of books, a... more

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    • The Brecon Beacons – respect, protect, enjoy

      Footnotes for walkers Step 1: Starting off Think ahead. A good route plan = a good walk And get off to a good start by parking properly – use car parks when available, think of others, don’t block gates or access lanes, etc Step 2... more

    • Brecon to Pencelli

      A wonderful watery walk. Take a gentle stroll along the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal. Once a key industrial route, the canal now offers a serene and scenic pathway through some of the National Park’s prettiest scenery. Brecon is a Walkers ... more

    • Hay-on-Wye

      Hay-on-Wye is a pretty little town swept by the river Wye on the north, with the Black Mountains and the Brecon Beacons to the south and west, and the lush agricultural land of Herefordshire to the east. It is famous as the town of books, a... more

    • Ten ideas for family fun in the Brecon Beacons National Park

      Our National Park is the best ever playground. There are masses of things for active families to do. Of course, there’s no need to pack every day with expensive activities – simple things like picnics and Pooh sticks can be just as much fun. In... more

    • Taff Trail to Coed Taff Fawr

      Start / Finish points: Garwnant Forest Park Distance: 9.0 km / 5.59 miles Difficulty: Medium Facilities at startpoint: Cafe, Shop, Toilets, National Park Information The Taff Trail spur that runs along the western side of the Afon ... more

    • Llangorse and Bwlch

      Llangorse is alovely village boasting two pubs, a beautiful 15th Century church as well as access to Llangorse Lake, the largest natural lake in south east Wales. The lakeis a protected wildlife site but is also home to many water... more

    • Pen-y-Fan and Cribyn from Cwm Gwdi

      The Beacons via the back door. This energetic walk gets you to a well-known spot – the summit of Pen-y-Fan – on one of the less familiar routes. We think it’s possibly the most dramatic way to get to the top. Need to know Le... more

    • Best for wildlife

      Castle Meadows It’s a birdwatching bonanza on this stretch of theAbergavenny Riversidewalk. The banks of the river Usk are home to colonies of aerobatic sand martins, along with brightly coloured kingfishers and goosanders. Talybont ... more

    • Flying high from Talgarth

      Gaze at gliders, climb to the country’s highest castle. From Talgarth this moderate to hard route climbs up past the local gliding club on the shoulder of the Black Mountains to Castell Dinas, an inspiring viewpoint crowned with remnants of ... more

    • The Waterfalls Centre, Pontneddfechan

      The Waterfalls Centre has now closed permanently. You can continue to access information at Cwm Porth and at the National Park Visitor Centre more

    • St Martin's Church, Cwmyoy

      St Martin's in Cwmyoy, near Abergavenny, is a pretty little crooked church with a leaning spire. The church of St Martin is unique, no part of it being square or at right angles with any other part. This is the result of being built on ground ... more

    • Gunpowder Works

      An engineering marvel in its heyday! Harnessing the fast flowing power of the river Mellte, the former Gunpowder works made and supplied Gunpowder to the quarries and mines of South Wales. Transforming the lives and fortunes of tho... more

    • The Beacons circuit - directions

      Way to go 1 Set off from the car park opposite Storey Arms Outdoor Education Centre. Cross the A470 and head for the gate and stile to the left of the centre. Ignore the stone path and take the less obvious track off to the left (it’s the r... more

    • Once Upon A Time in Wye Valley

      ON the occasion of his proposal of marriage ON the occasion of his proposal of marriage my husband’s speech to me was I daresay one of the most singular a woman ever heard from a man. We were walking by the Wye, which was in a green spate. A gr... more

    • Alexander Cordell, novelist

      The author of Rape of the Fair Country, a family saga set in the iron country of South Wales, was born in Ceylon but lived in Wales for much of his life. George Alexander Graber was born in 1914 into a military family stationed in Ceylon. He... more

    • Horse and pony rescue centres in the Brecon Beacons National Park

      There are two horse sanctuaries in or near to the Brecon Beacons National Park. Visitors are welcome, but it is always advisable to call beforehand. Lluest Horse and Pony Sanctuary Llanddeusant, tel 01550 740661, www.lluesthorseandponytrust.co.... more

    • Visit the Brecon Beacons National Park Visitor Centre and Mynydd Illtyd

      The National Park Visitor Centre or ‘Mountain Centre’ is located 7km south west of Brecon and is one of the most popular visitor attractions in the Brecon Beacons National Park. The Centre stands 1100ft (330m) above sea level and offers stunning ... more

    • Peterstone Court, Llanhamlach, near Brecon

      At this country house hotel, diners can eat where they feel comfortable – maybe in the library, or in the conservatory with its mouth-watering view of the Brecon Beacons. Peterstone Court may be a grand Georgian mansion, but the staff insist th... more

    • Festivals in the Brecon Beacons National Park

      Our annual festivals celebrate our very best walking, food, drink, arts, music and entertainment the National Park has to offer. We like nothing better than a good get-together, and all are welcome. Come and join us! MARCH Crickhowell Walking F... more

    • 26. A stroll along the Brinore Tramroad from Talybont-on-Usk

      This 12km tramroad once linked the limestone quarries near Tredegar to the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal at Talybont-on-Usk. The route also shares part of its route with the Henry Vaughan Walk and the Taff Trail. Further information The r... 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...