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    • Wye Valley Bunkhouse

      The Bunkhouse is located across the boatyard from Wye Valley Canoes and the River Café. It is on the Wye Valley Walk and just 4 miles from Hay on Wye...

    • Dragons Cottage

      Comfortable self-catering holiday cottage (sleeps 3 with 2 bedrooms) with views across The Usk Valley on the outskirts of the village of Bwlch, in c...

    • Castle Farm House

      Castle Farm sits in the heart of the Black Mountains in South Wales. It's a spacious self-catering family holiday home and cottage in an absolutely st...

    • The Town House at Brecon

      Whether you're seeking an adventurous break hill walking the beacons and surrounding areas, canyoning, white water canoeing, pony trekking or simply a...

    • WYE VALLEY RIVER CAFE

      The River Cafe is a licensed cafe-bar-restaurant located across the boatyard with the Wye Valley Canoe Centre next door.It is a relaxed and informal s...

    • Tan House Camping

      Set in the historic village of Longtown with its 12th century castle, a church, post office and pub, this site provides an excellent base for walking ...

    • River Cabin

      River Cabin our stone eco cabin and our small campsite are located in an old cider orchard in the Upper Wye Valley on the northern edge of the Brecon ...

    • River Tawe Holiday Apartment

      Modern well equipped apartment in a village location perfectly situated between Brecon Beacons National Park and Award Winning Beaches. Village ameni...

    • Glyntawe Outdoor Centre

      Situated on the Southern edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park, Glyntawe Outdoor Centre provides the ideal base for exploring all that South Wales ...

    • Holt Farm Holiday Cottages

      Holt Farm offers luxury group accommodation near Hay-on-Wye. If you want a rural retreat for self-catering group accommodation, family gathering, a fr...

    • Priory Mill Farm Camping

      Campsite If you are looking for a small-scale, low-impact, secluded place to camp, our riverside meadow may provide it. It's only a ten-minute walk f...

    • Pen Yr Heol Barn

      Pen-yr-Heol Barn sleeping 10 guests is a secluded and remote spacious barn, perfect for a group of friends and families. The perfect weekend getaway. ...

    • Want To Canoe?

      River Wye Canoe Hire and Guided Adventure Tours Located at want to canoe? on the banks of the river in Hay on Wye on our small, organic, family-run fa...

    • The Wain House Bunk Barn

      Next to 12th Century Llanthony Priory, this old stone barn continues the Priory's 900 year old tradition of providing shelter and accommodation for th...

    • Pontganol Cottage

      Pontganol Cottage is a boutique, 4 star, self-catering, dog-friendly holiday cottage in Llangynidr within the Brecon Beacons National Park, near the m...

    • The Arches at Baileys Barn

      Self contained B&B accommodation in Talybont-On-Usk,in the Brecon Beacons National Park that sleeps up to 6 people with stunning views of the surr...

    • Derwen Deg Guest House

      You can be sure of a warm welcome from your hosts Lynn & Gary and family at Derwen-Deg their beautiful B&B Brecon Beacons accommodation in Mid Wales. ...

    • Dan Yr Ogof

      There are ten attractions all covered on the one entry ticket - there is plenty to see and do for all ages. The 3 different caves Dan-yr-Ogof, Cathedr...

    • Brynhonddu Country House

      Brynhonddu provides comfortable accommodation within picturesque surroundings and is ideally situated for Walking, Touring and Activity Breaks. Set i...

    • Aber Cottages

      Eco friendly cottages where you can experience life on a traditional Welsh organic hill farm with over 200 acres to explore. We offer an idyllic and p...

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    • Longer walks

      If you want to really stretch your legs, this is the perfect place to start. Our collection of walks measuring nine miles or more comes complete with testing climbs, steep descents and challenging terrain - as well as spectacular, super-sized Breco... more

    • Walking with Romans

      The Towy valley in Carmarthenshire was one of the critical marching routes of the Romans when they arrived on campaign in AD70. Today you can walk in their footsteps by visiting the earthworks of Y Pigwn marching camp and Waun-Ddu fortlet. more

    • Walking with Romans app

      Rory your guide will lead you on a tour of Y Pigwn and Waun-Ddu along with Primus, a feisty Roman soldier. You can listen to their commentary as you tour the sites on foot. Hear theirfirst hand experiences of why the Romans found themselves in So... more

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    • Longer walks

      If you want to really stretch your legs, this is the perfect place to start. Our collection of walks measuring nine miles or more comes complete with testing climbs, steep descents and challenging terrain - as well as spectacular, super-sized Breco... more

    • Walking with Romans

      The Towy valley in Carmarthenshire was one of the critical marching routes of the Romans when they arrived on campaign in AD70. Today you can walk in their footsteps by visiting the earthworks of Y Pigwn marching camp and Waun-Ddu fortlet. more

    • Walking with Romans app

      Rory your guide will lead you on a tour of Y Pigwn and Waun-Ddu along with Primus, a feisty Roman soldier. You can listen to their commentary as you tour the sites on foot. Hear theirfirst hand experiences of why the Romans found themselves in So... more

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    • Longer walks

      If you want to really stretch your legs, this is the perfect place to start. Our collection of walks measuring nine miles or more comes complete with testing climbs, steep descents and challenging terrain - as well as spectacular, super-sized Breco... more

    • Walking with Romans

      The Towy valley in Carmarthenshire was one of the critical marching routes of the Romans when they arrived on campaign in AD70. Today you can walk in their footsteps by visiting the earthworks of Y Pigwn marching camp and Waun-Ddu fortlet. more

    • Walking with Romans app

      Rory your guide will lead you on a tour of Y Pigwn and Waun-Ddu along with Primus, a feisty Roman soldier. You can listen to their commentary as you tour the sites on foot. Hear theirfirst hand experiences of why the Romans found themselves in So... more

    • 5.Henllys Vale Miners' Walk, Black Mountain range – audio trail

      Start / Finish points: Ystradgynlais Distance: 1.61 km / 1.0 miles Difficulty: Easy This audio trail takes you along an almost level path from Bryn-henllys Bridge to the former colliery at Henllys Vale with its imposing chimney and limekilns.... more

    • Moderate walks

      If you're looking for a slightly more substantial experience, our collection of walks between three and seven miles in length has something for you. Riverside rambles, rocky geotrails and sky-high mountain views all feature. A few contain some fa... more

    • Stay safe while walking in the Brecon Beacons National Park

      Whether you are strolling or walking at low level or hiking at height, the information below should help you have a safe and enjoyable visit. Take the right equipment Make sure you are wearing suitable clothes and shoes for the type of trip you... more

    • Clydach Gorge

      Some of the longest and most tortuous cave systems are found in the east of the Brecon Beacons National Park. Access to the major cave systems of Agen Allwedd and Ogof Daren Cilau beneath Mynydd Llangatwg is gained through entrances in the imposi... more

    • Talgarth Walking Festival

      Celebrate Spring's arrival at our first ever walking Festival in Talgarth. We have castles and mountains, red kites and otters, an ancient hill fort, burial mounds, waterfalls, and a restored watermill. You can take part in the 'Witches Pool Challeng... more

    • Children's Canal walk and nature detective trail

      Help Brownie find his horseshoes, and find his friends footprints. Listen and look for birds, identify trees and plants and search for the geocache. One hour each way with stops along the way. more

    • Brecon Beacons National Park family walks you can reach by bus

      Walks specially designed to tie in with bus routes, so you can catch the bus back home after your efforts – there’s walks for families and some strenuous mountain hikes too. There aren’t many better placesthan the Brecon Beacons Nati... more

    • INSPIRONMENT Walking itineraries

      These walking itineraries have been prepared for community groups and others as an introduction to walking in the Brecon Beacons National Park. We hope you will enjoy the walks and activities. Walk activities Summary of itineraries 1 Craig-y-... more

    • Walkers are Welcome

      The Walkers are Welcome scheme is a collection of more than 100 towns and villages across the UK where good walking is a given. Visit any of these locations and you’ll find great information on local walks, excellent walking facilities and fantas... more

    • Bus walks

      Leave the car at home and explore the Brecon Beacons National Park by bus. Not only is it the environmentally friendly option, but it's also a great way to meet other walkers and local residents. For detailed information on getting around the Nat... more

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    • Top Bluebell Walks in the Brecon Beacons

      As Winter finally turns to Spring we are rewarded with the arrival of the iconic bluebells. The Brecon Beacons National Park is home to some spectacular nature reserves and woodlands which at this time of year produce fantastic wildflowers, including... more

    • A walk on the Black Mountain

      Rocky ravines reveal all. Let’s clear up our terminology right from the start. We’re talking here about the Black Mountain (singular) in the west of the Brecon Beacons National Park, not the borderland Black Mountains (plural). There’s a big... more

    • Walking trails in Waterfall Country

      Several waymarked trails lead through this beautiful region of the Brecon Beacons National Park, to the most dramatic waterfalls. These trails are linear. The distances shown below are the total mileage, there and back. Four Falls Tra... more

    • Walking for wellbeing – or just for fun

      Statistics show that regular walking can significantly improve your health and wellbeing. So why not give your legs a stretch? Walking is the ideal exercise for everyone, requiring little by way of equipment, expense or special... more

    • Walking

      Walk this way.Why wouldn’t you? It’s what we do in the Brecon Beacons National Park Our green – and very fresh – landscapes are renowned for their big, open spaces. There are big skies too – and Dark Skies for night-time strolls into star... more

    • Where to walk

      Little can match the enjoyment of striding along our open ridges, strolling along our peaceful towpaths or exploring our beautiful, sun-dappled woods. The Brecon Beacons National Park is full of wonderful places, guaranteed to give you a sense of e... more

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