Views from the cats back (black mountains) which is just over a 1 hour walk away for our back door - we like to call it our playground!
The highest of the peak is Pen y Fan at 2907 ft , WITH Fresh air, wide open spaces, a creative atmosphere and loads to entertain you, whatever the weather - the Brecon Beacons National Park has plenty to offer
Here in the Brecon Beacons, we live in partnership with nature. It puts life into perspective. Pay us a visit, and you’ll find out what we mean!
Our National Park contains some of the finest walking country. But there’s far more to the Brecon Beacons than that.
We invite you to learn about our industrial heritage and rural culture by exploring our lively museums, market towns and canalside villages. Relax beside our lakes and waterfalls, or discover our crags and caves. Or design your own adventure by boat, by bike or on horseback.
There’s plenty to enjoy after dark, too, from sparkling festivals, full of authentic Welsh flavour, to our famously clear, starry skies. Wine, dinner and enjoy some award winning restaurants and pubs.
It's always golden in the Golden Valley
Even when the weather is against you there is plenty to enjoy in the Golden Valley and surrounding area , take a day trip in to Hay on Wye or explore the gateway to wales Abergavenny.