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The George Hotel is a traditional, family-owned hotel in the center of Brecon. It is popular for its fresh home-cooked food, real ales and friendly Welsh welcome. The food was typically 'Wetherspoon'. Not cordon bleu but very good value for money and freshly prepared. The room was modern, tastefully decorated, and the bathroom had a very spacious shower which worked well. There was a well supplied tea and coffee making facility in the room c/w biscuits. Prices in the bar were very reasonable. All the staff we had interaction with were most courteous and extremely helpful.
The oldest hotel in Wales, this charming country house has a tranquil location, set in the Brecon Beacons with riverside and mountain views. There is free WiFi and free parking. Hotel has old world charm, friendly staff, spotlessly clean and good restaurant. Fab views from restaurant across Brecon. Good value for money and thoroughly enjoyable stay.
Located in Brecon, 8 miles from Brecon Cathedral, The Draen Bed and Breakfast provides accommodations with free WiFi and a garden. A flat-screen TV and DVD player are available in some units. So friendly and a great place so clean and breakfast was amazing thank you
Vale Farm Cottages are set on a farm 4 mi from the Brecon Beacons National Park. The pet-friendly cottages feature either a sun room or a balcony offering mountain views. The accommodation was really nice. Plenty of room for the children to play, lovely comfy beds for a good nights sleep with no outside noise as it is so remote. The children loved the pool and the play area and also being able to visit the farm seeing the baby lambs being born each day. Such a lovely, peaceful place to escape to when you want a relaxing break.
Located in Brecon, Old Castle Farm Guest House offers accommodations with free WiFi and flat-screen TV, as well as a garden and a shared lounge. The room was lovely, very clean, modern, and comfortable. Breakfast was delicious. We appreciated being able to check in early and store our luggage while we toured the town.
The Town House at Brecon offers 5-star boutique accommodations in Brecon. Guests can enjoy free WiFi throughout the property. All of the rooms were beautifully appointed. The breakfast was superb. Paula has left nothing to chance and we appreciated her obvious attention to detail. The location was excellent also.
Cozy Twin Room in Brecon is located in the village of Cradoc, 3 miles from Brecon. Free private parking is available on-site, and free WiFi is available throughout the entire property. Edward the owner was charming, very laid back and relaxed, but had everything beautifully organised. You are sharing his home with him, but hardly know he is there. The room is lovely with beautiful views., and the windows open wide to let in the breeze. You can also watch the birds taking nuts from the feeders in the garden which is so nice. There is a sun room to sit in, and a lovely garden. We brought our own evening meal in and sat in the garden to eat. We shared a bathroom, but that worked well. Breakfast was there for you, and you just got it yourself, whenever you want it. Good parking to the rear, and a golf course behind the house you could walk round. Just a 5 minute drive into Brecon, with a car park at the bottom of the approach road, so you can walk into the town and explore.
The average price per night for a 3-star hotel in Brecon this weekend is $319 or, for a 4-star hotel, $208. Looking for something even fancier? 5-star hotels in Brecon for this weekend cost around $299 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
On average, 3-star hotels in Brecon cost $90 per night, and 4-star hotels in Brecon are $105 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Brecon can be found for $148 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
On average, it costs $74 per night to book a 3-star hotel in Brecon for tonight. You'll pay around $111 if you choose to stay in a 4-star hotel tonight, while a 5-star hotel in Brecon will cost around $164, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
Great location for exploring the Brecon Beacons National Park, with many activities less than 15-30 minutes away. Two of the easier start points for Pen y Fan and the excellent Mountain View National Park visitor center are within a 15 minute drive. Despite its location though, it really does not have the feel or appearance of a holiday center—which can be either good or bad based on one’s perspective.
we stayed over night in a pub which was ok , locals not very friendly or helpful, we went horse riding for the whole day which exceeded every thing not for the faint hearted pretty grueling day but so many HAPPY MEMORIES.
Brecon and the surrounding countryside is excellent for walking, and for those that don't want anything too strenuous we have a miles of scenic canal to amble along which starts at our Local Theatre Brycheiniog where you can also have coffee and a bite by the canal. The nearby Mountain Centre walks which are acres of beautiful open countryside are also a good place to visit and to star gaze as we have 'Dark Sky' status. Serious walkers have a choice of a slightly more taxing walks up Pen y Fan - part of the Brecon Beacons. Brecon itself has plenty of coffee shops and eateries, independent shops and plenty of parking. There are also plenty of lovely places to eat not too far from Brecon in the surrounding areas, including the Riverside Cafe at Glasbury, Peterstone Court just a mile out of town for a superb lunch,and the lovely Gliffaes Hotel on the way to Crickhowell which does a lovely afternoon tea, with stunning views from the terrace.
There was the T4 and T6 buses which helped get to places within the national park and the prices were reasonable. They some times they were running and little bit late and only came every hour but this didn't really affect us. There was lots of walking you can do within Brecon that you didn't need any public transport. I would suggest getting google maps as this helped so much when we were lost. There was plenty of restaurants to choose from that were all good prices and fresh food. We did the canal walk, national caves and walked up the mountain Corn Du which was amazing.
The best experiences I had were ones where I encountered others who live in the area. While Brecon Cathedral isn't to be missed, be sure to spend some time out on the outdoor patio of The Boar's Head and chat with the locals as you enjoy a pint. There might be live music on stage if you time it right.
Beautiful little town, easy to walk around and lots to see. Be sure to walk to the Cathedral and spend some time there -- a nice restaurant, too. Walk a little out of town and enjoy the lovely countryside. You may be tempted by the shops -- quite a selection of beautiful merchandise.
9.9 Exceptional 117 reviews
Warm, friendly welcome in a beautiful home. The attention to detail is superb and our hosts couldn’t have done more to accommodate us. Breakfast is wonderful with a selection of options, but even the simplest dish (such as porridge) was cooked to perfection and the full breakfast option is worth staying for alone! Delfryn is only a very short walking distance from town and also some lovely meandering walks along the canal path. The Beacons themselves are only a very short drive (or medium distance hike) away.
9.1 Awesome 317 reviews
Superb location for exploring the Brecon Beacons (as you'd expect from a property in Brecon I guess!). 10mins to the bottom of Pen Y Fan, 15 to Talgarth and plenty of other walks too. Breakfast was excellent; there's yoghurt and cereal for you to help yourself and then a choice of cooked breakfasts on top. Coffee and tea too of course. The hosts are all extremely friendly and the room was impeccably maintained and clean. Towels/shampoo/hairdryer all provided. Will definitely be coming back!
8.9 Excellent 215 reviews
The location is central to the town but doesn't suffer a lot of noise. Everything in the room worked. There's free parking to the rear of the building. The WiFi had a strong connection and was easy to use. The staff were excellent and the breakfast was great. I used the hotel as a last minute booking as I joined a group of friends hiking in the area. I'll definitely be using this hotel again.
8.9 Excellent 153 reviews
I misread the description when I booked and was expecting a room in a pub. I was very pleasantly surprised to be shown to a house. Clean and modern with loads of space to call your own. A real home from home. I wish we had been staying longer as it would make a perfect base for a local holiday. Near to the centre of town but with easy access to the beautiful Brecon countryside.
9.6 Exceptional 160 reviews
Non fussy very nice owner, perfect! The place was spotless. The shower had power. And one of my big bugbears, wifi which I need a fast stable connection for work (I'm in IT), which in most hotels is absolutely dire was very fast indeed. I clocked it at just over 50Mb. Excellent.
9.8 Exceptional 235 reviews
Thank you Paula and Glenn for a delightful stay in Brecon. This is a beautiful property and each room offered its own story. The whole place is a credit to you. We also loved the lounge and dining room and enjoyed our breakfast. Definitely a 10 out of 10 property.
9.0 Awesome 172 reviews
This is a lovely, comfortable and welcoming hotel with beautiful rooms, fantastic staff, great service and wonderful food. It’s in a beautiful rural setting. The room was very spacious and beautifully appointed. The restaurant was really great.
9.1 Awesome 180 reviews
Perfect location for Brecon and nice view of the beacons from the room. Comfortable bed and warm. Breakfast was well presented and food lovely if not a little uncomfortable sitting in the conservatory on low furniture with other guests.
9.6 Exceptional 212 reviews
John and Christine are incredibly kind and attentive hosts. The guesthouse is very charming and the rooms are super comfortable. We really enjoyed our stay and will definitely return if we come to Brecon again.
8.5 Very Good 14 reviews
It was right below the Cathedral, which I was visiting all weekend. The river Usk across the road was lovely. The town centre and Castle Hotel were only minutes walk away.
8.3 Very Good 540 reviews
Booked the premium rooms. Staff very friendly and helpful. Had great weather so outdoor areas and views were at their best.
8.5 Very Good 252 reviews
An excellent hotel location for anyone visiting the Brecon Beacons. Very friendly staffs and great accommodation.
9.7 Exceptional 230 reviews
The bed, the room, the food, the neighborhood, the town, the hosts! Perfect end to our travels in the UK.
8.5 Very Good 327 reviews
Good location for walking activities in the Brecon Beacons. Staff are very helpful and friendly.
9.9 Exceptional 149 reviews
A fantastic home away from home in the Brecon Beacons. Clean, comfy, homely and a fab breakfast
8.2 Very Good 1,120 reviews
Brecon is a beautiful town.
9.2 Awesome 126 reviews
The key here was the completely welcoming personality of the lady of the house coupled with excellent instantly produced breakfasts in a house that was spotless and thoughtfully arranged.I would certainly recommend it to others and intend to go again
9.2 Awesome 83 reviews
9.7 Exceptional 44 reviews