It’s not just Pen y Fan

Pen y Fan gets very busy in August, as it is famous for being the highest peak in South Wales, but the Carmarthen Beacons are only half an hours drive from us, and probably get about 10% of the foot traffic.  We can lend you a map and show you some of the paths less…

How things change…

Our beautiful mountains will still be here for you when it is safe for us all to start travelling again, but until national and local government travel advice changes, we will be closed as a tourism business. Meanwhile we wish everyone love and friendship, stay safe and protect yourselves and others by following the advice…

March

Happy to report that March has so far been cold, mainly dry and has a very fetching sprinkling of snow on the higher ground.

High water Feb 16th

All OK in Brecon

We have had a few anxious enquiries from our regular guests, regarding how we were affected by storm Dennis, so here is an update from Monday 17th February 2020. This was the view from the Usk bridge Sunday morning when the levels had dropped about 50cm from the highest reading overnight, but luckily the embankments…

New beds

We have new beds in room 2, which was previously a European double.  We commissioned some lovely solid ash long twin beds, which fit together seamlessly to make a superking sized double. So if you are tall or just like plenty of room, you should be comfortable here.  It also means we can make all…

Above the clouds…

My afternoon run started a bit misty and dull, but I thought it looked more interesting higher up, so I decided to climb to the trig point at Fan Frynych.   It was worth it when I got to the top.

New website

We have overhauled our website and added a live booking facility- you may notice a few errors, feel free to let us know if there is anything not working!