Holiday Rental for Groups of Families and Friends.
National Trust - Dan-y-Gyrn Bunkhouse, Brecon Beacons, sleeps 8-12 in 2 bedrooms.
With the safety of our guests and staff in mind, and in line with government advice, we are extending the closure period of our holiday operations until Tuesday 30 June 2020. We will continue to review the situation on a regular basis.
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.
The nearby market town of Brecon is where you'll find the closest supermarket as well as lovely independent shops, cafes and pubs.
All photos - National Trust Images / Chris Lacey
Dan y Gyrn Bunkhouse is only available to book on Friday and Saturdays nights except bank holidays when it is available for three nights Friday – Monday. A longer stay may be possible over Christmas/New year, please contact us for further details.