Brecon Beacons, Gower and Cardiff: Bunkhouses, Camping Barns & Hostels

This map of the Brecon Beacons, Swansea, Cardiff and the Gower shows bunkhouses, camping barns & hostels: Part of Independent Hostels UK, the largest network of bunkhouses and hostels in the UK.

Looking for affordable accommodation in Brecon Beacons, Black Mountains, Swansea, Cardiff and the Gower? This maps of Independent hostels show a wide range of hostels and bunkhouses in these regions of South Wales. There are bunkhouses, camping barns and hostels in the most beautiful parts of the Gower Peninsular and the Brecon Beacons and the City of  Cardiff.

The Gower is a rural landscape surrounded by a multitude of beaches, each one with its own definitive character. This promontory of land sticking out into the Bristol Channels is a ready made for a seaside family holidays. Rhosilli Beach with its wide expanse of sand and vast sand dune backdrops is ideal for large water and wind sports.  Kite surfing on the sands or hang gliding from the dunes.  Oxwhich Bay is a family beach with an ice cream van and a lovely hotel serving teas.  The hidden beaches of Mewslade Bay and Fall Bay by Overton offering rewarding virgin sands at low tide for those agile enough to decend the cliff paths. The Gower peninsula is criss crossed by quiet roads and green lanes ideal for mountain bikes.

The glorious Brecon beacons, home to the Beacons Way and the Brecon Beacons traverse, is one of the wild areas of Wales.  The large green mountain of Pen-y-fan has a monument to the sad story of a child, lost forever as they climbed the mountains huge green sides, misplaced on their way home from grandmas in the valley below. The Black Mountains provide further wildness and the Welsh valleys travel up into these wilderness areas with brief area of industry and mining villages.