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- Pub 'on foot'
- Luxury Accommodation
- Cyclists Accepted
- Walker Friendly
- Own Parking
- En-Suite Rooms
- Wi-Fi Access
- Detached Property
- Rural Location
Sitting right in the heart of the majestic Brecon Beacons, The Lodge B&B offers contemporary bed and breakfast accommodation in a beautiful setting. With glorious views from all rooms, as well as from the garden and the breakfast room, nature really does envelop you on all sides. Whether you are looking for a well-located base for an outdoors adventure holiday, or a peaceful getaway where you can kick back and relax, staying at The Lodge will appeal to all.
All four guest rooms are stylishly appointed and have double beds and en-suite shower rooms. Rooms also have tea and coffee making facilities, free Wifi and hairdryers. Each room has stunning views across the neighboring fields to the mountains beyond.
A full cooked breakfast is available to all guests and is made using fresh locally-sourced produce. Of course, vegetarians and those with special dietary requirements can all be catered for by prior arrangement. For evening meals, the bustling town of Brecon is a short drive or a moderate canalside walk away, and there are also two pubs within walking distance. The White Swan Inn, in Llanfrynach, has a stylish restaurant offering a classic menu that includes plenty of locally-sourced produce. Also close by, The Three Horseshoes offers classic pub meals alongside plenty of more adventurous offerings such as haunch of venison or beetroot risotto.
Visitors to The Lodge are spoiled for choice when it comes to finding things to do during their stay. Of course, the obvious choice is walking, with the Brecon Beacons offering mile upon mile of walking trails to suit all abilities. With breathtaking scenery all around, its often enough to simply walk, breathe the fresh air and admire the rugged beauty of this landscape. Pen-y-Fan and Corn Du provide a real challenge but reward those who climb them with spectacular views that take in miles of countryside. For a gentler walk, visitors can take an easy stroll along the Monmouth to Brecon canal, for tea and a potter around the charming town of Brecon.
The towns of the Brecon Beacons have a rich and turbulent history, and evidence of this is all around, with many ruined castles to visit, at nearby towns such as Brecon, Llandovery, Crickhowell and Trecastle. Anyone visiting Trecastle can also while away an hour or two in the eclectic antiques shops that line the main road.
Brecon itself is a busy market town with plenty to offer. Traditional cattle markets are still held several times a week and make for an unusual mornings adventure. For a more traditional holiday adventure, there are wildlife tours, horse riding tours and boat trips all available from Brecon.
Whether youre looking for a full-on outdoor activity holiday during the summer months or a cosy winter weekend away with good food and relaxing strolls around the pretty towns of the Brecon Beacons, this area has plenty to offer all year round. Conveniently located for access to the A40 and beyond, The Lodge makes the ideal base for both active holidays and relaxing breaks.