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Hill Walking

From the Top Floor @ Cantref you can walk the peaks of the Brecon Beacons including Pen y Fan and Crybin.  Or travel a little further toward the Black Mountains.  To add to that we have the smaller Pen y Crug Hill Fort walk, which can be accessed from the town and has great view over Brecon.  There are also shorter walks available from the accommodation, details of these are provided in the in the information room.

Mountain Biking

With storage for Bikes available on site you can bring your bikes to stay with you. Whether you are an adrenaline junky or just enjoy casual riding the hills are in abundance or the canal is only a few miles away where you can enjoy more miles of flat riding.  However it is impossible to avoid hills altogether in the Brecon Beacons! Bike Park Wales is just 35 minutes away.

https://www.bikeparkwales.com/

Brecon Canal

Brecon Canal forms part of the Monmouthshire to Brecon Canal. The canal basin at Brecon sits just in front of the towns theatre from here you can cruise the canal from March to October check out 

https://www.dragonfly-cruises.co.uk/index.php

Wander down to the lock at brynich or on to the aquaduct.  At Pencelli, Talybont and Llangynidr there are pubs en route.

Museum

Y Gaer is Brecon's new Cultural Hub. In December 2019 we saw the reopening of our Museum and our new Library. A fabulous community space for adults and children, it comprises of gallery spaces with information and displays of our local area. Including the Grade II listed Brecknock Shire Hall and Assize Court.

Brecon Theatre

Brecon is lucky to have its own Theatre which hosts a range of great events such as live theatre and music, talks community shows and brilliant comedy. There may well be something that takes your fancy while you are staying.  Check out

https://www.brycheiniog.co.uk/en

St Marys Church, Cantref

Cantref Church sits just next to our property and has a 16th Century tower with the Nave and Changel being rebuilt in the 19th Century.  The path to the church is lined with ancient Yew trees  and the church itself boasts lovely stained glass above the alter.  It hosts concerts from time to time with its fabulous accoustics

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