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Llandrindod Wells, Mid Wales - Brecon 27 miles (43 km)
Behind the impressive Victorian façade of the Metropole lies a contemporary hotel with a welcoming atmosphere and modern facilities which have been fully upgraded through recent investment. The hotel spa features an indoor pool, thermal suite, beauty treatment rooms and hi-tech gym equipment. Comfortable bedrooms all have free Wi-Fi internet access and the spacious Tower Rooms and Suites offer added luxury and comfort. Guests can savour award-winning cuisine in the Radnor Restaurant, or a tasty meal in the stylish Spencers Bar & Brasserie.
Aberporth / Cardigan, West Wales - Brecon 73 miles (117 km)
This grand Edwardian mansion is set amidst peaceful grounds in the charming village of Aberporth, 5 miles from Cardigan. It commands breathtaking views of the unspoilt West Wales coastline, with the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park located 6 miles to the south-west and the Ceredigion Heritage Coast Path 1 mile to the north. The hotel is noted for its outstanding hospitality. Its bedrooms - some of which are located in the Garden Wing, a short walk from the main house ? are all spacious. Many Deluxe rooms have sea views and a balcony. The Bay Restaurant serves superb cuisine. Penrallt Hotel has a small leisure club with indoor pool and a seasonal outdoor pool.
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At the foot of the Brecon Beacons, in the Brecon Beacons National Park, the picturesque Welsh market town of Brecon has the green valleys, waterfalls, caves and ancient woodlands of this stunning region at its doorstep. Brecon Beacons National Park is one of the most important geological landscapes in Europe. Brecon offers a wealth of outdoor pursuits, from walking and cycling to climbing and abseiling.