Plan your trip to the Brecon Beacons National Park
The Brecon Beacons National Park lies on the border between Mid Wales and South Wales, just west of Herefordshire. It includes parts of the Welsh counties of Powys, Carmarthenshire, Monmouthshire, Rhondda and Merthyr Tydfil. With great connections from London, Cardiff, Birmingham and Manchester, it’s easier to get to this part of Wales than you might think.
Once you’re here, you’ll find plenty of ways to get around, from buses and trains to cycling and walking routes. We even have an eco-friendly electric car hire scheme.
You can stay right inside the park. We have a huge range of accommodation. Whether you’d like to camp in a yurt, chill out in a cosy B&B, spoil yourself in a spa hotel or relax under your own roof in a charming cottage, a warm welcome awaits.
Any questions? Just ask the friendly staff at our visitor information centres – they’ll be delighted to help.
Getting to the Brecon Beacons National Park
Our Park may feel remote, but it’s very well connected. It’s straightfo...
Getting around the Brecon Beacons National Park
We would like to help you to spend less time in the car while you are here....
Choosing a place to stay in the Brecon Beacons National Park
A warm welcome comes naturally to us in this part of Wales. Those who come ...
Brecon Beacons National Park visitor information
Whether you are coming on holiday to Wales, or you are local looking for in...
The Brecon Beacons National Park Visitor Centre (The Mountain Centre) ...
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Brecon Castle Hotel
The Castle retains the warmth and character of a coaching inn and the Regen...
Pen-y-Bryn House is the original farmhouse of Pen-y-Bryn Farms, located jus...
Cwmdu Holiday Cottages
The holiday cottages of Efail-Isaf – “Old Smithy ” &ndash...
The Arches at Baileys Barn
Self contained B&B accommodation in Talybont-On-Usk,in the Brecon Beaco...
A cosy place to relax in the winter months surrounded by original paintings...
Swn Yr Afon
Swn yr Afon (sound of the river) phonetically: soon-err-ahvon is a lovely h...