Garwnant, Brecon Beacons
Garwnant lodges take full advantage of their forest location. Situated centrally within the Brecon Beacons, this site is an ideal base for anyone looking to explore South Wales’ magnificent mountain range. It’s set in 400 acres of pristine woodland and all of the lodges offer unspoiled views of the surrounding landscape. If you’re a fan of nature, you’ll surely enjoy waking up to picturesque views every morning.
The lodges here are all hot tub cabins. Each one has plenty of space to itself, so you’ll always have enough privacy to relax and unwind. Have a leisurely soak in the tub after a long day of exploration and adventure, or even have a morning dip before you set off. The accommodation options range from a cosy cabin for couples to a large treehouse that’s ideal for large families and groups.
Stay here and you’ll enjoy a peaceful getaway in natural surroundings. Though the site is pleasantly quiet, there are plenty of amenities and facilities close by. Less than a mile away from the lodges is the visitor centre, which has a restaurant, a play area for children and a bike hire facility. Grocery delivery and in-cabin dining services are available.
Sleeps up to 10
Forest ranger activities
Near the Llywn-on Reservoir
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Things to Do:
Stargazing – The site lies within a Dark Skies Reserve, making it a great place for stargazing.
Hiking – All sorts of hiking opportunities are within reach, including climbs up Pen Y Fan (the highest peak in South Wales) and family-friendly nature trails.
Zip World Tower – As well as the world’s fastest seated zip line, there’s an adventure course and a less intense zip line.
Mango House – Located in nearby Cefn Coed, this is an award-winning Indian restaurant with a welcome ambience, a vibrant menu and outstanding service.
The New Crown – Also in Cefn Coed is The New Crown, a family-run establishment that’s one of the oldest pubs in Wales. It specialises in Portuguese dishes.
The Red Lion Inn – A warm and inviting gastropub complete with log fires and flagstone floors, offering locally sourced Welsh cuisine.
Set in 400 acres of pristine woodland, the lodges offer unspoiled views of the surrounding landscape
Unwind in the hot tub after a day out.
Pets are welcome to stay in your cabin for £15 per pet per night