Brecon Travel guide
Brecon : Michelin's recommendations
The Normans built a castle here. Its ruins overlook the confluence of the River Hondu and River Husk, as well as a priory, whose church is now a cathedral. Brecon is a former county town and has retained its complex network of medieval streets with dignified 18C houses. Brecon is also a starting point for exploring the Brecon Beacons National Park and its renowned magnificent red sandstone mountains.
Tourist attractions Brecon : Things to see and do
Mountain Centre Libanus GB - Brecon LD3 8ER
These red sandstone mountains peak with a spectacular slope overlooking the plateaus in the centre of Wales. To the south of this massive barrier, whose summit is Pen Y Fan (886 m), high undulating land is punctuated by lush valleys, the widest being..
GB - Brecon SA9 1GJ
Dan-yr-Ogof Caves include the largest cave open to visitors in Britain. There are archaeological displays, a dinosaur park and an educational exhibition. This underground complex has been formed in layers of permeable limestone. The action of water h..
Castle Square GB - Brecon LD3 9DB
The oldest hotel in Wales, this charming country house has a tranquil location, set in the Brecon Beacons with riverside and mountain views. There is free Wi-Fi and free parking. Full of character, the charming rooms at Brecon Castle have LCD TVs an..
George Street GB - Brecon LD3 7LD
The George Hotel is a traditional, family-owned hotel in the centre of Brecon. It is popular for its fresh home-cooked food, real ales and friendly Welsh welcome. In the heart of the Brecon Beacons, The George offers comfortable en suite rooms with ..