Enjoy your own space in Brecon
Would you like to enjoy the privacy of a whole YHA hostel and have the place to yourself and your loved ones? Book our Brecon properties exclusively, just for your group.
Get ready to make memories that will last a lifetime and experience a getaway to this beautiful national park with family and friends. Some of our properties allow you to holiday with your four-legged companion too. Discover our unique properties to hire in Brecon. We’re sure you’ll have a holiday to remember.
YHA properties to hire in Brecon
YHA Brecon Beacons Danywenallt
Brecon, Powys, LD3 7YS
- Sleeps up to 33 guests
- 10 bedrooms, 10 bathrooms
- Dogs welcome
YHA Llanddeusant Activity Centre
Carmarthenshire, SA19 9UL
- Sleeps up to 26 guests
- 5 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms
- Dogs welcome
YHA Llangattock Mountain Bunkhouse
Crickhowell, Powys, NP8 1LG
- Sleeps up to 32 guests
- 7 bedrooms, 9 bathrooms
- Dogs welcome
Why book with YHA Exclusive Hire?
Get away together
Bring your family and friends with properties for a range of group sizes
Enjoy your own space
With sole use of the property, you can come and go as you please
Young person discount
Bringing anyone under 26 years old? You'll get 5% off
Suitable for events
Perfect for birthday celebrations, anniversaries or annual trips
Best price guaranteed
Book direct for the lowest and fairest price
Cater to all tastes
Self-catering kitchen with utensils, crockery and cutlery
Things to do in the Brecon Beacons
Welcome to Brecon
With rolling hills, mighty mountains, glistening lakes and everything in between, Brecon is the perfect holiday spot for adventure lovers, with plenty to see and do in the area. Brecon is a booming market town situated near to the Brecon Beacons; a mountain range situated in South Wales. Including South Wales' highest mountain, Pen y Fan, the Brecon Beacons also include the Black Mountains to the east and make for some great walking and climbing opportunities for outdoor lovers.
If you prefer more of a chilled break, you can enjoy the local wildlife, immerse yourself into history at Brecon Cathedral or sit back and relax in one of Brecon’s cosy pubs or cafes. Whatever you get up to during your stay, we’re sure you will have a memorable time.
With facilities to educate and entertain, Big Pit is an exciting and informative day out. Don't miss the underground tour. Visit the Big Pit website
Discover a rich variety of land and habitats, from moors, wooded valleys and farmland, to cave systems, waterfalls and wetlands.
Learn more about the Brecon Beacons, admire the stunning views, explore one of the trails for children or set off on a walk.
Because of its location it's thought that the Norman Priory might have been built on the site of an older, possibly Celtic, church.
Travel in an all-weather observation coach behind a vintage steam locomotive through beautiful scenery into the Brecon Beacons. The journey takes you into the Brecon Beacons National Park, through
Explore the ruined 13th century castle, with pits and drawbridges. Don't miss the prehistoric cave dwelling and vaulted passageway. Visit the Castle & Farm website
The bunkhouse is just 300 yards from Llangattock Cliffs, with good quality Limestone climbing with a variety of levels.
Craig y Nos is over 40 acres of parkland with riverside walks through woodland and meadows. The park is also used as a base to study the flora and fauna of the area.
YHA Llangattock Mountain is perfect for super-fit cyclists as the hostel is 1000 foot up!
Try indoor rock climbing and bouldering, rope bridges, high level cargo nets, abseiling or flying down the indoor zip line!
Crickhowell is a hub for Brecon Beacon National Park mountain biking routes, but there are a number of other routes in the area for all abilities.
The Brecon Beacons National Park has lots of green roads, ideal for the relaxed mountain biker. You can hire bikes in the town or have them delivered to the hostel if you book in advance.
At the foot of the Black Mountains, on the A40 between Crickhowell and Brecon, is this award winning Inn. Visit the Inn website
Visit the largest show caves in Western Europe with breathtaking limestone formations built up over thousands of years.
The feeding station attracts over 50 red kites and buzzards every day. You can watch from the purpose built hide for the best view.
The collection has artefacts from around the world that reflect the history and character of a 300 year old regiment.
High up in Brecon Beacons, right on the Cambrian Way, you can walk from the bunkhouse door and take your choice from a variety of routes.
The hostel is in a fantastic area for either a stroll or more challenging hike.
Canoeing on the Brecon & Monmouth Canal is not only beautiful, but also a nice relaxed paddle with some challenging areas to test you.