Scenic Places in Wales
Brecon Beacons

Brecon Beacons | Wales

Visit Wales and the Brecon Beacons National Park has some of the best walking and mountain biking holidays Wales has to offer.

Brecon is surrounded by beautiful cottages and farmhouses that make your stay in this beautiful region of the UK even more enjoyable. The Brecon Beacons is a fabulous place for that family weekend or countryside retreat that all will enjoy.

Luxury spa hotels and Michelin Star restaurants are perfect for those couples wanting something extra special for their UK weekend break.

Whilst Visiting Wales and the Beacon Beacons a great central place to set up camp would be in Crickhowell, a beautiful picturesque town nestled east of the Black Mountains and the National Park, famous for the Glanusk Estate and the annual Greenman Festival.

There is an abundance of renowned events happening throughout this region of Wales, from the world famous Hay Literary Festival, Abergavenny Food Festival, Local Farmers Markets, Crickhowell Walking Festival to name just a few.

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Visit Wales and the Brecon Beacons National Park has some of the best walking and mountain biking holidays Wales has to offer.

Brecon is surrounded by beautiful cottages and farmhouses that make your stay in this beautiful region of the UK even more enjoyable. The Brecon Beacons is a fabulous place for that family weekend or countryside retreat that all will enjoy.

Luxury spa hotels and Michelin Star restaurants are perfect for those couples wanting something extra special for their UK weekend break.

Brecon Beacons

Events in Brecon Beacons

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date event
Mon 30 Jul - Sun 14 Oct Stuffed, Pickled & Pinned: 50 Wonders of Nature at Cyfarthfa Castle Museum & Art Gallery
Sat 15 - Sun 30 Sep Guided Tour: Hidden House at Dinefwr Castle & Park (Newton House)
Tue 18 Sep - Sun 6 Jan The Great War: Britain’s Efforts and Ideals at Abergavenny Museum and Castle

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Historic Castles

Tretower Court and Castle - CADW

Crickhowell

Restored courtyard house with origins in the fourteenth century. Rebuilt by Sir Roger Vaughan in the fifteenth century. Recreated fifteenth-century garden. Beautiful tranquil setting.