Brecon Beacons

We are delighted to invite you to our elegant Georgian manor house, situated ideally in the heart of the Brecon Beacons. Explore some of the best walking country in the United Kingdom, relax in idyllic surroundings or simply curl up with a good book in front of one of our open log fires.

Additional Info

Our Brecon Beacons retreat is a family owned Georgian manor and cottages set in a secluded valley deep in the heart of the Brecon Beacons national park.


There’s the Breacon Beacon national park to visit, which is an amazingly diverse landscape to explore from mountains and moorlands to the flat pastoral land and steeply wooded river valleys. It’s a perfect area for walking and mountain Biking, pony trekking, fishing and canoeing.
Brecon is the nearest market town steeped in history, and Hay-On-Wye is about 15 miles away and well worth a visit. Famous for it’s second hand bookshops and antique shops, it’s a lovely place to wander around.

How to get there

By Train

The nearest train station is Abergavenny and then it is a 30 minute taxi ride which costs around £40. We recommend the below trains so that you all arrive at the same time in order to group you into taxi’s to keep the cost down.

Recommended train times from London Paddington:

Friday: Depart – London Paddington 13.30 to Abergavenny (via Newport (arriving at Newport 15.31 departing at 15.36) Arriving at Abergavenny at 16.01

Sunday: Depart – Abergavenny 12.58 to London Paddington  (via Newport (arriving at Newport 13.22 departing at 13.40) Arriving at London Paddington at 15.37

By Car

We will give you directions in the welcome letter once you book. The retreat 30 minutes from Abergavenny, 40 minutes from Hereford and 20 minutes from Builth Wells.

Car share

To do our bit for the environment we encourage car share with guests. Once you have booked onto the retreat we ask those of you who are driving to offer a seat for someone who may have otherwise travelled by train. This alleviates our carbon footprint and makes it more fun for everyone.