Nythfa House, Brecon Beacons
(Bannau Brycheiniog)

Not many places in the UK outshine Brecon Beacons (Bannau Brycheiniog) National Park when it comes to wide open spaces and soul-stirring views. So it’s easy to see the appeal of this charming property that plays a harmonious host to those seeking respite in the Welsh market town of Brecon. You’ll also be within easy distance of some of the area’s show-stealing spots, including the Black Mountains, the Mellte Valley, and Pen y Fan - the highest point in the national park at 886 metres. Equally visit-worthy is the Big Pit National Coal Museum in Blaenavon, the National Showcaves Centre for Wales in Abercrave, and the bibliophile’s paradise that is Hay-on-Wye. Should time allow, Hereford and Cardiff are both an hour’s drive away.  

Groups love

The location on a hill above The Struet  

Staying so close to the market town of Brecon 

Book shopping in nearby Hay-on-Wye 

The putting green and croquet lawn 

Fabulous guided and self-guided walks 

The handy boot and drying room  

Comfortable accommodation with full-board 

The house’s unique character and history 

Places to visit

Big Pit Mining Museum 

The National Showcaves Centre for Wales 


Dan Yr Ogof 



House facts

House capacity: 51

Number of singles: 11 

Exclusive occupancy minimum: 41