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Craig-y-Nos Castle
Brecon Road
Pen y Cae
Mid Wales

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Craig-y-Nos Castle stands in the Brecon Beacons National Park in the Upper Swansea Valley. The castle and surrounding park were the estate of Adelina Patti, the famous opera singer. It has now been transformed into a quality hotel with accommodation and reception facilities for weddings and conferences.

With its stunning location and the carefully preserved ambiance, Craig-y-Nos offer visitors a unique experience, whether it be just enjoying an overnight stay, or as a guest at a major function. Live entertainment and banqueting facilities are available to complete the occasion.

The castle has a wide choice of rooms - we have 22 refurbished, very pleasant en-suite rooms, the bridal suite, duplex and gatehouse family rooms. Also luxury, superior and standard doubles. We also have 10 non-en-suite doubles, and we have budget accommodation. Please contact us for any information or visit our website.

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