Despite its secluded position Priory Mill Farm is just a ten-minute walk from the Georgian town of Brecon, with all its amenities including covered farmers’ market, theatre, cinema, museums, leisure centre, pubs and restaurants. The Taff Trail long-distance cycle route is one mile away and the start of the walk up Pen-y-Fan (Southern Britain’s highest mountain) is approximately two miles out of town.
N.B. Beware! some satnavs seem to get it wrong and you end up in Talgarth (which is six miles away!).
Ordnance Survey coordinates: SO 048 297 Postcode: LD3 7SR.
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From the Severn Bridge: Continue on the M4 to junction 24. Take the A449 North to Raglan where you meet the A40 to Abergavenny. Continue on the A40 to Brecon; take the second exit off the roundabout and head in to Brecon town along the Watton. At the second mini roundabout turn right on to Heol Gouesnou. Go straight over the first set of traffic lights and turn right at the second set of traffic lights on to the Struet. Stay on this road heading north-east out of town (it becomes the Hay Road). Start climbing the hill, and we are first on the left.
From the Midlands: From the M5 take the M50 to Ross-on-Wye. Then take the A449 to the south of Monmouth. Exit at Raglan where you join the A40 to Abergavenny. Continue on the A40 to Brecon (continue as above).
From the West: Head east on the A40, until you reach the roundabout just south of Brecon. Turn left in to Brecon; head in to town along Church Street (which turns in to Bridge Street). Cross the river Usk and go straight over the traffic lights on to Market Street. At the second set of traffic lights, turn left on to the Struet. Stay on this road heading north-east out of town (it becomes the Hay Road). Start climbing the hill, we are the first on the left.
The link below takes you to information about getting to the Brecon Beacons National Park using public transport