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Directions - Craig Y Nos Castle, Brecon

3Self Classified Hotel Ratings explained
Craig Y Nos provides a blissful venue for parties and get-togethers at any time of year. Compromising a truly imposing, impressive structure, the Craig Y Nos is an actual castle! Boasting a unique and idyllic location, with plenty of opportunities to get back to nature. All of the magnificence and comforts you would expect of a castle are realised, alongside an intrinsically friendly and hospitable service. Relax by the log fire in one of the three bars in the evening, enjoy a game of pool in the billiard room or some spend some time alone in the music room. Accommodation is refined, distinguished and luxurious – boasting 14 en-suite rooms, classically decorated and furnished with comfort and functionality in mind.
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Assuming you are coming from London, Heathrow or anywhere in the South of the UK, take the M4 to Junction 45 which is the Swansea exit. Take the A4067 north towards Pontardawe. Continue up the A4067, bypassing Pontardawe, and keep following the brown tourist signs advertising the Dan Yr Ogof caves. The A4067 takes you past the nearby towns of Ystradgynlais and Abercrave and the road winds through the small village of Penycae immediately before you reach Craig Y Nos. The castle is a well signposted large building on your right. If you have come along the M4 from England, this route will take about 1 hour and twenty five minutes from the toll Bridge into Wales.


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