Things to see and do - Brecon
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..
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 ..
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..
Felin Fach GB - Brecon LD3 0UB
Set in picturesque countryside; a rather unique pub with bright paintwork, colourful art and an extremely laid back atmosphere. Following the motto "simple things, done well", the attractively presented dishes are straightforward, tasty and..
Brecon Rd, Llanhamlach GB - Aberhonddu / Brecon LD3 7YB
GB - Llyswen LD3 0YP