Home to superb Brecon Beacons bed and breakfasts and delightful Brecon Beacons guest houses the breathtaking Brecon Beacons National Park and two national trails, the Brecon Beacons is superb walking and thinking country. It is perfect for outdoor enthusiasts, nature lovers, history buffs, artists, and writers. Its cultural events draw people from all over the world and its friendly locals keep visitors coming back. Browse and book from our comprehensive list of Brecon Beacons b&bs, boutique bed and breakfasts, luxury guest houses or budget b&b accommodation at discount prices. If you love the outdoors or simply want to explore one of Wales’ most outstanding areas, try the Brecon Beacons National Park
Abergavenny combines classic elegance with contemporary amenities. It offers a friendly and unique approach to accommodation which is convenient, inexpensive, and easily accessible. Abergavenny is a historic market town that dates back to the Roman times. It is vibrant, unspoiled, and offers easy access to the Brecon Beacons National Park. Its newly renovated Victorian Market Hall hosts market days which are very popular. The area is well-known for walking, cycling, and bird watching. For the more adventurous, mountain biking and paragliding are available. River Usk runs through the town making it an excellent spot to visit.
Set on the edge of Brecon Beacons National Park, Brecon town is a popular place to visit. It has quality restaurants as well as pubs and Inns that offer good quality bar meals. The national park is a short drive or walks away depending on where you stay. You can also explore the town’s Georgian streets or hilltop cathedral to discover more about its interesting history. If you are a food enthusiast, visit the market and see the colourful display of local produce.
Crickhowell is known for its excellent outdoor activities such as rock climbing, canoeing, kayaking, and pony trekking. Visit the town during the Walking Festival and hike through the Black Mountains or alongside the river Usk. Crickhowell is home to an eighteenth-century stone bridge, a Norman castle, and Georgian buildings. It has many historical monuments and is only 10 miles from the popular Big Pit Museum.
If contemporary and tastefully furnished accommodation is what you’re after, visit Sennybridge. The town is also known for its wonderful natural features. It is the point where river Senni joins river Usk.
Talgarth means "foot of the hills" in Welsh. Just like its name, the town is set at the foot of the Black Mountains. River Ellywe and river Ennig beautifully converge in Talgarth before joining river Afon Llynfion on the western side. You’ll find a lot to captivate you in the area: from the Usk Valley in the east to the Wye Valley in the north.