With dozens of cosy cottages, hotels and campsites on offer, choosing a place to stay might seem overwhelming at first. To help you decide, let's run through some basics.
When selecting your holiday accommodation, look for the Cymru/Wales quality mark of Wales’ official, nationwide quality assessment scheme. That way, you can be confident that it has been checked out before you check in.
Businesses that are graded receive a rating between one and five stars based on the facilities available and overall quality of the experience. The style of the property is of course taken into account – so while a B&B with five stars may not offer the same facilities as a five star hotel, you can expect it to be among the best in its class.
Small, friendly and family-run – that sums up the hotels of the Brecon Beacons National Park. You’ll find them in town centres, near railway stations and in beautiful gardens close to the River Usk and the River Wye.
Pubs, inns and restaurants with rooms
These places are the perfect solution for those who love wine, real ale and a convivial atmosphere, or are planning a gourmet getaway. Some are simple, others are outstanding - with the Michelin stars to prove it.
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Bed and breakfast accommodation
The B&Bs in the Brecon Beacons are run with pride and individuality. They’re found in towns, villages and rural locations throughout the National Park. You can rely on them for a warm welcome, a good breakfast and a comfy bed.
Bunkhouses and hostels
Found in a range of rural locations, bunkhouses cater for families and friends who want to holiday together, reunions, activity groups and team building events. We have bunkhouses that can sleep up to 32 people. There are also a number of youth hostels in the Brecon Beacons.
Cosy cottages on sleepy lanes, quirky barn conversions, grand houses perched on hillsides with glorious views – we do this type of holiday well in this part of Wales. Book your own hideaway and you’ll have far more room to stretch out than you would in a hotel or a B&B.
Campsites, caravan sites, canal boats and posh camping in tipis and yurts
The Brecon Beacons National Park has good quality, independently run caravan and camping sites including two Caravan Club sites and several places which have fully equipped tents and yurts to "glamp" in for as long as you like. Some farmers and other landowners in the Brecon Beacons allow occasional camping on their land for a modest charge.