The Guest House
Formerly a Baptist Chapel, Soar Chapel Guest House invites travellers to unwind with a relaxing stay in tranquil surroundings and serves as a suitable base for exploring the attractions of the South Wales countryside. Visitors can take a short ride to Brecon Beacons National Park or visit the Big Pit Heritage site nearby.
The guesthouse offers accommodation in individually decorated bedrooms which come complete with internet access, flat-screen TVs and hospitality trays.
The on-site dining room tempts with hearty dishes prepared with locally sourced Welsh produce.
Groupon’s Guide To The Brecon Beacons National Park
From the ancient limestone caves to the grand Pen y Fan and Cribyn peaks, the Brecon Beacons National Park provides visitors with a suitable place to enjoy an active holiday in the middle of nature.
In the heather-clad mountains of the Brecon Beacons, travellers may enjoy scenic walking routes, mountain biking and horse riding trails, while characterful towns, pubs and farmers’ markets are also on hand for shopping and dining opportunities. The park is also home to the ruins of many ancient fortresses such as Carreg Cennen, and the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal where boat trips and canoe hires allow ramblers to take to the water. On clear nights, travellers may have a privileged view of distant planets or meteor showers with frequent star gazing events organised by the National Park Authority. Visit Dark Sky Reserve.