Swansea Valley, South Wales
The Hub @ Abercrave Bed and Breakfast, Swansea Valley
The Hub @ Abercrave offers quality cheap accommodation in the beautiful Swansea Valley. Our bed and breakfast accommodation is conveniently sited for the Brecon Beacons National Park, and for Swansea which is only a 20 minute drive away. Abercrave is next door to the town of Ystradgynlais, and The Hub is ideally placed for visitors to that town.
Our rooms are quality furnished, with all the facilities you would expect from a bed and breakfast including Freeview digital television, a kettle for the making of refreshments, and a mini fridge ideal for keeping drinks cool, or for storage of medicines. Two of the rooms have an ensuite bathroom, the third a private bathroom, all complete with a modern shower.
Our bed and breakfast has 3 double rooms. There is space for an additional cot, or small cot bed for a child. You are welcome to bring your own travel cot. There is also a well-appointed parlour downstairs for our guests to relax in, ideal for reading or watching television.
The Hub @ Abercrave is a biker friendly establishment with secure off-road parking behind the building, with its own access. We welcome bikers and walkers alike, and are a pet friendly establishment. Bring your dog on holiday, for only a small extra charge. Abercrave is perfectly sited for walks, with several footpaths leading into the Brecon Beacons Geo Park, and Craig-y-Nos Country Park only a 5 minute drive away.
Breakfast is provided in the Hub @ Abercrave's cafe and tea rooms next door to the bed and breakfast, and additional meals can be catered for, including evening meals on request. For a small extra fee, we are happy to make up packed lunches, but please ask us the night before.
A range of breakfasts is available within the accommodation price, and we are able to cater for special diets on request. Please notify us in advance of arrival if you require gluten-free to ensure we have fresh food in.
When approaching Abercrave, the postcode is SA9 1XP, and look out for the Post Office. It is easiest to come off the A4067 into Abercrave at the entrance at the Ystradgynlais (Southern) end, as this precludes having to drive through the village itself. The Post Office is only a short distance up the road from this entrance, just by the mini roundabout.
Bookings are now being taken for 2014. Please note that Google Streetview has not been updated in the last couple of years, and the view of the property that it shows is well out of date. Please refer to the photographs on this website to see how everything looks now.Abercrave bed and breakfast enquiries form