Two rural villages offering an intimate experience of the best of rural Brecon Beacons.
The village of Llangorse on the shores of Llangorse Lake is at the core of this delightful locale with Bwlch 8 miles away acting as the gateway. These two villages, along with the many hamlets scattered around the lake have charm and character in abundance.
Things to see and do
Hire a rowing boat, kayak, Canadian canoe, pedalo, Stand up Paddle Board or fishing boat and go boating on Llangorse Lake, the largest natural lake in South Wales.
Take a look at the reconstructed ancient Crannog – lake dwelling – originally built during the Dark Ages as a palace for Brychan, the king of Brecknock.
Cycle or walk along any one of the web of country lanes and paths which criss-cross the area.
Go for a wander down to Llangasty birdhide to watch the many waterbirds – a birdhide like no other.
Pick up refreshments and supplies from the shops at Bwlch or at the Farm Shop at the Welsh Venison Centre .
Visit any of these village churches; Llangorse, Llanfihangel Tal-y-Llyn and Llangasty to discover a wealth of hidden history.
Pop into one of the lovely pubs and get a taste of local life together with some tasty food and drink.
Have a go at any one of a number of activities at Llangorse Multi Activity Centre.
Activities in Llangorse and Bwlch
There are a brilliant range of organised activities on offer too; from photography to full on adreniline sports. Find out more here. Or contact one of our activity providers who are based in Llangorse or Bwlch.
Places to stay in Llangorse and Bwlch
Bed and Breakfast in Llangorse and Bwlch
Bunkhouses in Llangorse and Bwlch
Camping, caravanning and glamping in Llangorse and Bwlch
Self catering accommodation in Llangorse and Bwlch
How to get there
Check out our getting here page for more information on how to get to the National Park.