Things To Do
Walkers and cyclists are always welcome with many of the recognised trails and walks on our doorstep.We can offer pick-ups, luggage drop-off and secure cycle storage as well as ample guest car parking on a gravel surface.
(Pen-y-fan and Corn Du from Bishops Meadow, Brecon)
The historic town of Brecon is a 15-minute drive and the local area offers many visitor attractions including Llangorse lake, the Dan-yr-Ogof caves and the Big Pit. Also to enjoy are the regular farmers markets and the endless options for outdoor pursuits such as mountain climbing, hill walking, canoeing, cycling, pony trekking, bird watching, water sports to gentle walks. Not forgetting the golf courses of Cradoc and Brecon.
Local places of interest and culture include Brecon Cathedral and Brecon Theatre, situated on the banks of the canal and offering a wide variety of shows.
Brecon has a proud military history and is host to the the South Wales Borderers museum which houses artifacts from the historic military action at Rourkes Drift, made famous by the film "Zulu".
Hay-on-Wye is a small, picturesque town in the heart of the black mountains. It is full of bookshops and cafe’s and is famous for its annual literary festival.
Some local events during the year
Llandrindod Wells Victorian festival - with a grand finale of torch lit prosession and fireworks!
Talgarth Festival of the Black Mountains - a celebration of food, farming, music and crafts.
For further information contact the National Park Information Centre, Brecon - 01874 623366
Our new "Mini-Golf" course!!
Why not try a round or two of our mini-golf course during your stay?!