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Top 5 places to fill your beer glass
Climbers, pot holers, cyclists, walkers and campers are all welcome at this traditional pub situated right on the edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park, on the A4067 towards Swansea.
Winning the CAMRA award for the Mid and South Wales Regional Pub of The Year in 2011, the pub always...
Penderyn is all about quality rather than quantity, with a focus on producing just one cask a day of the finest malt whisky. Since 2007 the distillery has also produced Brecon Five Vodka, Brecon Gin and Merlyn Cream Liqueur.
Nestled in the southern edge of the Brecon Beacons National...
If your canine company also needs catering for, then make your way to The Felin Fach between Brecon and Hay on Wye.
Featured as Wales Dining Pub of the Year (again) in the Good Pub Guide 2013, The Felin Fach is known for sourcing local produce, as well as growing some of its own. This...
Just outside Brecon, in the heart of the Brecon Beacons Landscape is the village of Tal-Y-Bont On Usk. As well as mountain views and reservoir walks, the Monmouth & Breconshire Canal and some good farm shops in close range, Tal y Bont is also home to The Star Inn.
Winner of the ‘Mid...
If taking your ale in a more… unique way tickles your taste buds, venture to Llanwrtyd Wells and take part in the Saturnalia Festival or the Real Ale Wobble!
Each January Llanwrtyd Wells hosts the Saturnalia Festival, an event inspired by the ancient Roman festival of Saturnalia.
Pistyll Rhaeadr is a beautiful and magical waterfall in the Berwyn Mountains. With Lake Vyrnwy nearby, and close to the village of Llanrhaeadr ym Mochnant, this waterfall is a very special place to visit. Its name, meaning ‘Spring of the waterfall’ gives you an idea of what to expect, as the waterfall’s dramatic drop takes in a 240ft cliff-face to the Afon Rhaeadr below.
Llewellyn was the Last Prince of Wales: he rebelled against the King Edward I of England and became a wanted man.
A pilgrims’ church with visitors from all over the world, St Melangell’s church at Pennant Melangell has been a focus of pilgrimage for over a thousand years.
Sited at the head of the Tanat valley, St Melangell’s is beautifully positioned where, according to local legend, a nunnery was founded in the late 8th Century.
Lost deep in in the Berwyn Mountains the church is in the peaceful and idyllic Pennant Valley.