The Tower Hotel is a small family run hotel, restaurant and award winning public bar in the mid-Wales town of Talgarth, at the foot of the Black Mountains in the heart of the Brecon Beacons NationalPark. The Tower Hotel is set amongst some of the most beautiful scenery in the Brecon Beacons, nestled at the foot of the Black Mountains.
We have plenty of space for a marquee on our beautiful grounds set against the beautiful backdrop of the Black Mountains. In addition, there is a beamed restaurant and a fully appointed conferencesuite catering for companies wishing to hold business meetings. The building dates back to the 16th century, and was once home of the celebrated poet Henry Vaughan.
The historic Dragon Inn is an old hostelry located on Crickhowell High Street. Nestling in the gorgeous Usk valley, Crickhowell is surrounded by mountains and comprises a Norman castle and acollection of early Georgian houses & cottages and some great shops. It's a beautiful spot and a perfect base for adventures in the National Park or just some time away from it all. If you are looking to see how to find us then our postcode for Sat-Nav systems is NP8 1BE.
Welcome to our family run Visit Wales 3 star Inn, a mile from the 'book capital of the world' Hay-on-Wye. We are one amongst only 5 hotels, Inns or pubs with rooms in the immediate area, so If you arelooking for an old country Inn to eat, sleep and drink, then look no further.
Welcome to The Bear, a hotel famous far and wide for its welcoming atmosphere, historic character, convivial surroundings and good food. A cobbled forecourt, archway into the inner courtyard and19th-century stagecoach timetable in the bar are all reminders of the Bear's former role.
Known locally as "The Westwood", we provide bed & breakfast accommodation in Welshpool, Mid Wales. Since taking over in January 2006 'Tich' the landlord has updated all the rooms and added two newen-suites. A traditional pub and bed and breakfast situated in Welshpool, a bustling market town in Powys.
The Cross Keys is a Georgian grade II listed building situated in the village of Llanymynech, which straddles the border of Shropshire, England and Powys, Wales. Situated close to the Offa's Dykepath, it is a perfect location for walking holidays, exploring the beautiful countryside and visiting the many heritage sites all within easy distance. Independently run a warm and friendly welcome awaits all guests.
Allegations of the affair were made public in 1584 by Mary, Queen of Scots, and in a strange twist of fate, Hatton was one of the commissioners who found her guilty of treason just three years later.He became Lord Chancellor that same year. In a less sinister vein, he also gave his name to 'Hatton Garden', London's Jewelry Capital. The Gardens of the Bishop of Ely were given to Hatton by Queen Elizabeth I in 1581, and the name remains to this day.
All you have to do is to choose to rest and relax, or get energetic, to recharge your batteries. We have the only indoor heated leisure pool (7.3m by 3.6m) in the area, with a sauna, a gym, Jacuzzi,and steam pool at your disposal. Situated in possibly the most beautiful valley in the Brecon Beacons National Park, on the fringes of the pretty and sophisticated market town of Crickhowell, the views here are outstanding.
The mountains dominate the town of Brecon and provide a picturesque backdrop to ballroom, gardens, restaurant and bar. The Brecon Beacons and the Brecon area have a long history of human habitation.Early settlements were mainly on the hilltops as the valleys would have been regularly flooded and covered in dense forest. Evidence has been found of the manufacture of flint tools on the castle site, dating back 4000 to 5000 years.
Brian and Kathy would like to welcome you to their bed and breakfast in Crickhowell, Wales. We provide a warm welcome with our beautifully decorated and well equipped rooms with open views of thisspectacular countryside - and of course, our wonderfully wholesome breakfasts made from locally sourced produce.