Best places to stay in the Brecon Beacons for stargazing

We have some great accommodation in the Brecon Beacons where you can enjoy our Dark Skies.

The Brecon Beacons National Park has a number of publicly accessible Dark Sky sites, which are excellent places to enjoy stargazing. Find out more here.

Aberyscir Coach House is a tranquil one bedroom self catering holiday cottage in the Central Brecon Beacons with panoramic views of our highest peak, Pen-Y-Fan. A perfect base for stargazing.

5* Basel Cottage is a fabulous rural retreat on the west of the National Park approximately 2 miles from the lovely Market Town of Llandovery in Carmarthenshire.Set in 17 acres with a private woodland, enclosed garden, decked terrace overlooking the Afon Bran, a tributary of the River Towy and a gorgeous stone and slate terrace with fire-pit, perfect for enjoying our magnificent dark skies.

Wigwam Holidays Brecon are located just outside the market town of Brecon on family farm. Sit out in a hot tub and enjoy our dark skies – what a treat!

Best places to stay in the Brecon Beacons for stargazing

Camp Cynrig Glamping Village is the ideal place to escape the stresses of everyday life and enjoy a unique and very cool glamping experience situated in the heart of the Brecon-Beacons National Park in Wales; an area of outstanding natural beauty. The beautiful off-grid, solar-powered glamping site is approximately 4 miles from the historical cathedral town of Brecon, Wales, and just minutes from the foothills of Pen-Y-Fan. In the heart of the countryside you will never be short of things to do.

Aber Glamping is set on an organic farm with spectacular views of the Brecon Beacons. And even better, as it’s located in a Dark Sky reserve – you’ll get the chance to see the Milky Way glinting far above on clear evenings. The stargazing tents have clear ceiling panels so you can lie back in bed and enjoy the stars from there too – and when you want to go to sleep, simply draw the curtains so you don’t get woken up at dawn.

Upper House and Spa, in Craswall near Hay-on-Wye is a spectacular landmark forming the border between Wales and Herefordshire. This luxury accomodation is a very special holiday retreat to escape from it all in style and comfort, you can immerse yourself in nature and unwind in total quietness – perfect for experiencing our dark skies.

Dark Skies Camping

Peaceful, spacious eco site, campfires & stars. Pub nearby. Camping without the crowds. Just you, your loved ones, a crackling campfire and the best starry night sky you’ve ever seen.Just a few pitches scattered over two meadows with beautiful views over the Upper Tywi Valley, Cambrian Mountains and the Brecon Beacons National Park. Enjoy walks and rides direct from the site to waterfalls, river valleys and into the mountains beyond. Pub within walking distance. Three miles to Brecon Beacons National Park. Llyn Brianne Dark Sky Discovery Site 3 miles or just enjoy the Milky Way from outside your tent.

Argoed Barns has spectacular panoramic views from Hay Bluff round to the Brecon Beacons via the Black Mountains. The luxury glamping pods have a huge 5m wide window to capitalise on the stunning views and a great way to admire the night sky.

By the Wye luxury tree top glamping is hidden in the heart of Hay on Wye, elevated in clearings between trees, on the bank of the River Wye. The safari tents are perched on platforms, floating out above the woodland floor, relax on the deck with the River Wye babbling at your feet and the expanse of the dark sky reserve glittering overhead.Tegfan Garden Suite in Talgarth faces the Black Mountains and you can sit out in the garden and enjoy star lit skies during your stay.

Bryniau Pel Cottage and Hill Cottage are located on a 200acre farm in the ‘dark heart of the park’ being situated between the Usk and Crai Reservoirs (that registered the darkest readings in the International Dark Sky Reserve application).On a clear night millions of stars are visible with the naked eye. Both cottages have binoculars but Bryniau Pell comes complete with an easy to use, portable telescope and a range of stargazing guides for use by children or adults. When it gets chilly simply nip inside for a warm in front of the woodburner and a cup of hot chocolate.

Cambrian Escapes

Stay at Cambrian Escapes in a spectacular valley overlooking the Brecon Beacons National Park. Three boutique hideaways in a stunning location on a 70 acres on the west of the National Park between the Carmarthen Fans and the Cambrian Mountains

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