A Brecon Beacons National Park Village in the County of Powys
Powys is the largest county in Wales, covering a quarter of the whole country, yet it has one of the smallest populations, there are more sheep than people and this is probably why we have such beautiful countryside, wonderful walks, excellent bike routes and pony trekking.
The Brecon Beacons National Park Visitor Centre (known locally as the Mountain Centre) is only 5 miles away and a fantastic place to visit. it has a wealth of information on everything to do within the National Park and its history. You can go from the centre on a variety of walks and take in the stunning views of Pen-y-Fan which is the highest mountain in South Wales.
The National Showcaves (Dan-yr-Ogof) are only 10 miles away, they have 3 award winning Showcaves, a Dinosaur Park and a Shire Horse Centre. This is a great day out and well worth the visit.
Fancy a bit of stargazing? There are some amazing stargazing spots in the Brecon Beacons National Park, come along and see the wonders of the night sky!
Only 7 miles away from us is a Red Kite Feeding Station, it is in Llanddeusant.
We have many waterfalls to visit and we keep information on these at the Inn.
For very good information on the area and all the activities there is a wealth of information available on the websites, listed below, in the local Tourist Information Office in Brecon 01874 622485, and we also keep Information leaflets etc at the Inn.
For Cycling try MTB Brecon Beacons. There is a new ‘Hub’ in Sennybridge , the start point of which is just 50m from our front door.
For Horse Riding try Horse Riding Brecon Beacons
For Public Transport take a look at Travel Brecon Beacons and Travelline Cymru.