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County - Mid Wales
Tel code: 01874 | code search
Postcode: LD3 | code search
Population: 8000
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Brecon is a traditional country market town, and one of some charm with its own castle and cathedral, but it is also one of the great entry points to the Brecon Beacons National Park beloved of walkers, climbers and those who just love beautiful scenery... Read More

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George Hotel

George Hotel

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Set in the town of Brecon, at the heart of the magnificent Brecon Beacons National Park, this traditional hotel, run by a family-owned brewery, offers comfortable accommodation with a friendly, personal ... More

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Usk Inn

Usk Inn

Jill and Andrew Felix have a long history in the hospitality industry. The Usk was established in the 1840s at the time of the Brecon to Merthyr Railway. It has an enviable position on the ... More | Double Room: £35 - £50 | visit website

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The Coach House

The Coach House

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The Coach House offers 5-star boutique town-house accommodation in Brecon, within the Brecon Beacons National Park.
Hosts Marc and Tony will provide a warm welcome to ... More

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Markets Tavern Hotel

TRADITIONAL HOME COOKED FOOD,BEER GARDEN,PRIVATE CAR PARK, BED & BREAKFAST. ... More
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Beacons (The)

Beacons (The)
The Beacons is a recently restored 17th/18th Century house retaining many of its original features such as moulded ceilings, sloping floors, beams and fireplaces. Choose from a variety of well-appointed standard, en-suite or luxury ... More | Double Room: From £230 - £42pp | visit website
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Borderers Guesthouse

Borderers Guesthouse

Situated in the heart of the Brecon Beacons, this former coaching inn offers friendly and comfortable accommodation. Brecon lies in the foothills of the Brecon Beacons and is a popular holiday base which offers a ... More | visit website

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The Felin Fach Griffin

The Felin Fach Griffin
Welcome to a Welsh country inn entirely devoid of horsebrasses, Welsh love spoons and any sign of chintz.
It is owned and run by brothers Charles and Edmund Inkin, who have carried their uncompromising belief in ... More | visit website
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Penrhadw Farm

Penrhadw Farm

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In the heart of the beautiful Brecon Beacons, Penrhadw Farm has spectacular mountain views and offers a range of comfortable accommodation to suit the needs and budget of any traveller. With a ... More

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