We're located within minutes walk from the centre of Brecon in the heart of the Beacons and offer two double and one twin bedrooms, all ensuite with guest kitchen with dining area, and lounge.
The house dates back to the 16th century and is grade 2 listed. Being old gives it lots of character and charm but makes it less convenient to those with limited mobility (please ask if you have concerns). We are happy to accommodate children but would ask that families with babies and toddlers contact us to discuss arrangements.
We have ample parking and secure storage for bicycles. The accommodation is within our house with separate entrance.
Brecon sits on the banks of the river Usk (known for trout and salmon fishing) and the rivers Hondu and Tarell both flow into it within the town. The Brecon to Monmouth canal is fed from the Usk and flows from the basin adjacent to Theatre Brycheniog. Many events and challenges begin and or end in the town; from hill walking to cycling and running to canoeing.
The surrounding hills and quiet country lanes offer spectacular scenery, wonderful walking and enjoyable cycling.
Brecon itself is a friendly town of around eight thousand people has a good selection of pubs, restaurants and shops and a good deal to see and do.