Holiday Rental for Groups of Families and Friends.
Dan-y-Gyrn Bunkhouse, Brecon Beacons, Wales, sleeps 15 in 2 bedrooms.
The National Trust's bunkhouse is situated on Blaenglyn Farm, a working Welsh hill-farm at the foot of the breath-taking Brecon Beacons and on the edge of our semi-ancient woodlands Coed Carno and Coed Herbert.
We can comfortably sleep up to 12 people in two bunk rooms. We also have 3 camp beds so we can sleep up to 15. Dan-y-Gyrn provides the perfect base to explore the glorious central Beacons, including southern Britain's highest peaks and tallest waterfall which are owned and managed by the National Trust.
The fully-equipped kitchen and open-plan sitting and dining room with wood-burning stove makes Dan-y-Gyrn the perfect place to relax after a day exploring the countryside, providing everything you need to get away from it all, while still having all you need on-hand to make your stay a comfortable one.
If you're lucky enough to have good weather, our veranda with tables, benches and two barbecues is a great sun-trap, while the garden is surrounded by trees, falling away to a stream at the back so you can find the perfect shady spot to take in the views of the Upper Tarell Valley.
£165 per night. For bookings made more than eight weeks in advance, a deposit of one-third of the total amount is due at the time of booking. For bookings taken less than eight-weeks, the full amount must be paid at the time of booking. Typically we hire out the bunkhouse from Friday-Sunday.