The Star Bunkhouse, Brecon Road (A40), Bwlch, Brecon, Powys, LD3 7RQ
Croeso i Fyncws y Seren – welcome to The Star Bunkhouse. An ideal base from which to explore the beautiful Brecon Beacons National Park. Situated in the village of Bwlch, you can expect a warm and comfortable stay in the self-catering bunkhouse. With spacious bedrooms, cosy lounge and dining areas, a fully-equipped kitchen, an outside BBQ area, hot showers, drying room, free WiFi and off-road parking. The Star Bunkhouse can sleep up to 20 people in bunk beds spread over 6 bedrooms, and welcomes bookings from individuals and couples as well as small & large groups. A popular choice for family get-togethers, reunions, birthday parties, hens & stags, school & youth groups, clubs & societies, and with all lovers of the great outdoors. Dog friendly by arrangement. The bunkhouse is situated alongside The Beacons Way long-distance footpath in the gap (?bwlch’) between the Black Mountains and the Central Beacons mountain range (which includes Pen Y Fan). Meet and swap stories with fellow travellers if use of the bunkhouse is shared, or please ask if you would prefer exclusive use for your group.This accommodation is featured on our map of South Wales and Pembrokeshire and here is its own website.
or call Emma or Pete Harrison on
01874 730080 Mobile:07341 906937
On the A40 between Crickhowell and Brecon
Nearest train station: Abergavenny 13 miles. Bus route: X43 Abergavenny-Brecon. Nearest airport: Cardiff Airport 50 miles.
This accommodation allows dogs by arrangement, is near mountains, is in a National Park, is available to individuals, is an 'Eco Hostel', has a pub within walking distance and is on the Hostels that welcome stag and hen parties map, the Beacons Way, the Lon Las Cymru and the Brecon Beacons National Park.
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Right on the Beacons Way in the gap between the Black Mountains and the Central Beacons mountain range.
The Star Bunkhouse is ideally situated on the Beacons Way on the western edge of the Black Mountains. It’s a great spot to start from to explore the entire Brecon Beacons National Park. The bunkhouse is often hired for ‘exclusive use’, but we also have ‘shared use’ weekends where any individual, couple or small group booking can have their own private bedroom(s) & share communal areas of the bunkhouse. Just £19pppn.
Stay 1 night or more between 8th-16th April 2018 and get a 20% discount.
The Star Bunkhouse in the village of Bwlch is an ideal base from which to explore the beautiful Brecon Beacons National Park. You can expect a warm and comfortable stay in our self-catering bunkhouse. We have spacious bedrooms, cosy lounge and dining areas, a fully-equipped kitchen, an outside BBQ area, hot showers, drying room, free wi-fi and off-road parking. We can sleep up to 20 people in bunk beds spread over 6 bedrooms, and we welcome bookings from individuals and couples as well as small & large groups. We are dog friendly too!
Standard rate before discount is £19pppn. Please quote IHUK-STAR-APR18 on any enquiries.
Photo by Becky The Traveller. Read Becky’s review of our bunkhouse at https://www.beckythetraveller.com/star-bunkhouse-brecon-beacons-review/.
Have you booked your family break yet?
While it may seem that the festive period has only just finished, many of us already looking forward to the next school holiday. ‘The Star Bunkhouse’ has private bedrooms OR exclusive use available during February half-term this year! With 20 bed spaces spread over 6 bedrooms, you may want to bring your friends and their children along too!!
Most schools across the UK will be closed either the week starting 12th February or 19th February 2018. Our available dates are Sunday 11th – Friday 16th February, or Sunday 18th – Friday 23rd February 2018.
Stay for 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5 nights in a beautiful part of the Brecon Beacons National Park, with a wide range of family activities surrounding you (from farm visits to climbing the highest mountain in southern Britain).
[Photo: ‘Red Wellies at Brecon Show’ (unknown photographer) used with kind permission from the Brecon Beacons National Park]