Built in 1901, Tegfan Garden Suite was formerly a Victorian greenhouse providing produce to the local residents. A new self-catering suite in the Brecon Beacons National Park, we offer a safe and private space for a peaceful and tranquil stay. Boasting views of the garden and facing Mynydd Troed and the Black Mountains.
Tegfan Garden Suite is just lovely and peaceful, offering you accommodation on a self-catering basis. A generous Welsh Welcome Hamper with freshly baked bread and local artisan produce awaits. All produce is locally sourced and will of course include award winning Black Mountains Preserves made by Helen. Welsh Fridge essentials are included too. Please let us know about any allergens or special dietary requirements. Further catering options of Homemade evening meals, breakfast delivered to your door or picnic lunches are available on request.
Our 2021 upgrade makes the accommodation more socially distanced compliant for everyone. Offering you the perfect spot in the heart of Black Mountains to explore or relax. Whether you’re planning a quiet romantic break for two, or want to experience new outdoor pursuits as a family, we have plenty of space and everything you need for a wonderful stay in this special part of Wales. Just 1.5 miles from Bronllys Castle and walking distance from Pwll-Y-Wrach Nature Reserve.
Being completely private and self contained it is easy for you and your family to relax from the moment you arrive. We are certified by VisitBritain and are pleased to display our “We’re Good to Go” and “Safe Travels” certifications.
Facing Mynydd Troed Tegfan Garden Suite nestles peacefully in the foot hills of the Black Mountains, within the Talgarth Conservation Area. Tegfan Garden Suite self-catering is centrally placed between the towns of Crickhowell, Brecon, and Hay on Wye, less than an hour’s journey from the M4.
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Facilities: The spacious studio Suite is completely private, with a fully fitted kitchen, lounge, dining seating area, and outdoor space to enjoy the views. The en-suite is fitted with a shower and local Welsh Soap is provided. Being self-contained with all amenities on the ground floor, the accommodation is also easily accessible for anyone with walking difficulties.
We are firm believers in sustainability and being environmentally friendly and we have had solar panels fitted to the suite to cut down on usage from the national grid.
Our guests tell us that they come back because of we offer a real sense of place, the views, surrounding area and the fabulous food.
The importance of Food: A generous Welsh Welcome Hamper with freshly baked bread and local artisan produce awaits. All produce is locally sourced and will of course include award winning Black Mountains Preserves made by Helen. Welsh Fridge essentials are included too. Further catering options of Homemade evening meals, breakfast delivered to your door or picnic lunches are available on request.
Top 10 things to do: Climb Pen-y-Fan, Hay Bluff or Llan-y-Fan-Fach. Watch or try gliding with the Black Mountains Gliding Club. Walk the iconic 4 waterfall valley, cycle the Taff Trail. Sail on Llangorse Lake or relax and motor your own boat on the Brecon & Monmouthshire Canal. Go back in time at The Big Pit or Steam Mountain Railway. Try & buy some local produce at the Brecon & Abergavenny Food Festivals. Get up close and personal with the literary stars at the famous Hay Festival. Or play mini-golf on our shared course.
Sole occupancy private suite with views of the Black Mountains
Quality spacious and ground floor Self-Catering accommodation in the heart of the Brecon Beacons National Park
Kingsize Bed and Sofa Bed
Sleeps 2 Adults (+2 Children)
En-suite Shower Room
Lounge and Dining area: TV, Xbox 360, games and DVD’s
Fully Fitted Kitchen and hospitality tray
Tegfan Garden Suite offers you a real sense of place. Helen is a Brecon Beacons Ambassador and will be delighted to help you plan your stay in the BBNP to make the most of your trip to Wales by sharing local knowledge about the immdiate area and where to visit within the Brecon Beacons National Park.