The Castle Hotel is a modern, clean and comfortable hotel in the historic market town of Talgarth in the Brecon Beacons National Park, in Wales.
Built in the 1700's the interior has been fully refurbished to a high modern standard. As well as a dining room, on site traditional British Fish Bar, comfortable lounge area and well stocked licensed bar, the Castle Hotel offers some of the best surrounding countryside views in Wales.
The market town of Talgarth, once the ancient capital of the Welsh kingdom of Brycheiniog, offers spectacular views of the mystical Black Mountains which form an integral part of the Brecon Beacons National Park.
Every conceivable outdoor activity is available right on our doorstep, from hill walking & mountain climbing to horse riding & pony trekking to canoeing, abseiling, caving, gorge walking, mountain biking, paint balling and even a gliding club! There is an activity catering for every person, from the adventurous to the historic sightseers or even for those just wanting to take some chill out time in the beautiful countryside.
We can help to arrange any activity for you so please feel free to ask! The Castle Hotel is named after the near by Norman Castle which is only a five minute walk away.
Free WiFi internet
Children's play area
Desk working station
Activities and Experiences
Art galleries & museums
Tennis court - outdoor
The Castle Hotel dining room, lounge and bar area and ground level toilets are all accessible. The beer garden has a ramp to allow for access. However due to the buildings size and age there is no room for a lift to the guest bedrooms.
till 23:00 Early check-in available on request
Booking Terms and Conditions
Trainfrom Abergavenny(18.0 miles)
After leaving the station you come directly on to the A40. Turn right and keep following the A40. Once you have passed through the village of Crickhowell, take a right on to the A479. Keep following the A479 until you reach Talgarth.
Busfrom Talgarth Square(0.1 miles)
From the Talgarth bus stop at the Town Centre, walk North along the river Enig.