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   To book this hostel, please call 0870 770 5748


0870 770 5748


[email protected]


nr Abergavenny,


Available all year.

Reception Open:
07.30 - 10.00 hrs
17.00 - 22.30 hrs
Hostel Closes:
23.00 hrs

 Prices from:

Adult: �11.00
Under 18: �8.00
Valid until: 29/02/2008

Nestled in the Llanthony Valley in the Black Mountains of the Brecon Beacons, this small hostel was once a hill farm. It�s now an excellent base for walkers and cyclists with routes leading through unspoilt countryside in all directions, including the Cambrian Way, Offa�s Dyke trails and Sustrans Route 42. Those with literary interests will want to visit Hay-on-Wye eight miles away, while there are more than enough monastery ruins nearby to satisfy history buffs. Horseriders will also be happy here, with riding arranged directly from the hostel. The hostel has a conservation site and bird hide.

Great for:
Adventurous families, groups, walkers, cyclists. interest courses available throughout the year.

Need to know:
Parking is limited on site, but extra is available 3 mins walk away.


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