Brecon Castle hotel

This fascinating hotel (it is 'bolted' onto the side of Brecon Castle ) is perfect for exploring the Brecon Beacons and surrounding areas.

While our room was slightly on the small side, it was still clean and airy. It also afforded us some great views of the Beacons.

That said the view from the dining room at breakfast time (and what a tasty breakfast it was) is truly fantastic.

 

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Brecon is a long-established market town located in southern Powys, Mid Wales that enjoys great transport links and tourist attractions.

As Brecon is situated on the northern edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park, it enjoys some of the best views of the Brecon Beacons themselves. During the month of August there is an annual Jazz Festival, where concerts are held in indoor and outdoor venues and is a popular event for both residents and tourists.

Learn about the history of the festival and the Beacons in Brecknock Museum, which displays a range of artefacts from the local area, including pieces from the stone, bronze and iron ages, as well as Roman Britain. Brecon also allows visitors to enjoy cruises on the canal, where you can experience stunning views and a relaxing afternoon followed by a walk along the banks.

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Brecon Cathedral, The Cathedral Office, The Cathedral Close, Brecon LD3 9DP (01874) 625222
Having been a site of worship since 1093, Brecon Cathedral is at the geographical centre of a Diocese some 120 miles in length.
Contained on its site is a Heritage Centre created from a 17th Century Tithe Barn. It houses an exhibition that tells the story of the cathedral’s history.

Brecon Beacons National Park, Libanus, Brecon, Powys LD3 8ER (01874) 624515
Containing 4,000 year-old Neolithic standing stones, Iron Age hill fort sites and Norman castles; the Brecon Beacons National Park has its own special history and heritage.
The National Park Visitor Centre contains a fascinating exhibition of the Brecon Beacons, a shop and tea rooms.

Brecknock Museum & Art Gallery, Captain’s Walk, Brecon LD3 7DS (01874) 624121
First established in 1928, the Brecknock Museum and Art Gallery is sited in an historic building at the heart of Brecon.
Offering fascinating glimpses of Brecon’s past, the museum houses objects covering natural and prehistoric history, while the gallery exhibits work by Welsh contemporary artists.

 

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