Nestled at the foot of Pen y Fan on the banks of the meandering River Honddu, Brecon is one of Wales’ most beautiful and historic market towns and a real cultural hub that a whole host of eminent artists, craftspeople and musicians call home.
We are perfectly placed to enable locals and visitors alike explore one of Wales’ most beautiful towns right in the heart of the Brecon Beacons National Park, and are but a stone’s throw away from streets lined with independently owned shops and boutiques housed in historic Tudor, Jacobean and Georgian buildings, the Cinema, Cathedral, Museum, and canal-side delights of Theatr Brycheioniog.
Also, did you know the Brecon Beacons National Park recently became only the fifth destination in the world to be granted prestigious ‘International Dark Sky Reserve’ status? This makes it one of the best places to come stargazing.
Visit the National Park website to see a stunning time lapse video by photographer Michael Sinclair, who spent countless hours under the night sky in the Brecon Beacons to capture these amazing images.