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Usk Inn
Station Road
Talybont on Usk

Brecon
South Wales

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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 edge of the village, opposite the former railway station and yard. Imagine if you can how the patrons of the Inn would have felt when the Wild Run of 1878 spilled the Locomotive Hercules onto Station Road!

The Usk Inn has been transformed from an ordinary village pub into a Country Inn and Restaurant with Rooms of excellence. The Usk has been completely refurbished in sympathetic style, returning to it the atmosphere and ambiance of a traditional village inn. The spotless bedrooms are bright and cheerful;, finished in a refreshing choice of colours.

The Usk's location is as good as it gets - attracting a healthy local trade as well as visitors to the Brecon Beacons National Park. It's close to the heart of the Beacons and also handy for South and Mid Wales. Guests can go walking, fishing or cruising the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal, which flows through Talybont.

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Ratings/Awards: WTB 4 Star
AA 4 Star
AA Rosette
Number of Rooms: 10
Number Ensuite: 10

Price per Person

Double: 35 - 50
Twin: 35 - 50
Single: 45
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No Smoking Rooms
Open All Year
Building of Historic Interest
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