Cadarn Bunkhouse

Situated in the beautiful Brecon Beacons National Park and originally a small Welsh hill farm, Cadarn Bunkhouse is surrounded by its own land with fabulous views of the Black Mountains and the Wye Valley. 
Number of Beds: 57
Visit Wales Grading: 2 Star Bunkhouse 
Groups/Individuals: Groups only please

The main accommodation has 7 rooms on the first floors, sleeping between 4 and 8, a total of 48 beds. There are 3 bathroom/shower areas on the ground floors. The dining room has picnic style tables with bench seating and has a wealth of stone walls and exposed beams. There is a lounge room with comfortable settees and chairs and a pool table
All rooms are centrally heated, and the kitchen is well equipped, with a six-burner cooker, grill, microwave, fridge, freezer, double sinks, a commercial dishwasher, plenty of crockery, utensils and pots & pans.
Catering can be arranged, by prior arrangement, for B&B, dinner B&B or full board.

The bungalow can sleep up to 9 people, in 3 rooms on the ground floor each sleeping 3. This has its own bathroom/shower room, a small kitchen area and a lounge area and is suitable for smaller groups or can be booked as part of the main bunkhouse for more accommodation.

What to bring: Sleeping bag, towels and food if self-catering. Pillows and bottom sheets are supplied. ASDA and Tesco will deliver to us.

Cadarn enjoys a quiet, peaceful location, perfect for just chilling out, and yet is only half a mile away from the village of Felindre with its friendly local pub, which serves good pub food. Hay-on-Wye, a pretty border town, famous for its second-hand bookshops and world-renowned literary festival, is just 5 miles away and has a selection of good cafes and pubs/ restaurants and a small supermarket, as well as numerous book and gift shops. Brecon, a small market town is about 12 miles away. It is host to an excellent jazz festival, has the nearest cinema, theatre and leisure centre and has a Regular Farmers market and two larger supermarkets.
The annual Festival of the Black Mountains takes place in Talgarth, just 4 miles away, and offers the opportunity for people to take part in various types of workshops and performances as well as buy locally produced crafts.

We are well situated for a variety of outdoor activities; some of the best horse riding country in Britain is on our doorstep. We can cater for riders and novices, and have a choice of rides from an hour to a full day ride with a stop at a pub for lunch. We are licensed by Powys County Council, approved by the British Horse Society, the Wales Trekking and Riding Association, the Adventure Activity Licensing Authority and Visit Wales. You can walk straight out on to the open commons and mountains from the bunkhouse over a private track. This an excellent mountain biking area with a wide range of trails/routes from easy on-road routes, using quiet lanes, to full day, over the mountains rides. Bike hire can be arranged locally and delivered to the bunkhouse for you. The River Wye is easily accessible for kayaking and canoeing, with several canoe hire operators in the area. The River Usk is also close by as is the Brecon Monmouth canal. There are also multi-activity providers based locally in Glasbury-on-Wye and Hay-on-Wye, and we can put you in contact with them.


  • Facilities: Children Welcome, Credit Cards Accepted, Groups Welcome, No Smoking, Private Parking
  • Price Per Person Per Night from £: £17.00
  • Number of Beds: 57
  • Visit Wales Grading: 2 Star
  • Contact: Haydn Jones
  • Address: Cadarn Bunkhouse
    Lower Cwmcadarn Farm
    Three Cocks
    LD3 0TB
  • Phone: 01497 847351
Address: Unnamed Road ,LD3 0TB,United Kingdom

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