Perth Y Pia,the perfect place for all

Perth-y-Pia is a stone built 15th Century farmhouse located in the heart of the Black Mountains overlooking the Grwyne Fechan valley and pretty village of Llanbedr.

Perth-y-Pia Aerial View

Accommodation

Perth Y Pia has been designed to create a relaxed, informal and friendly atmosphere where guests feel at ease to use the centre as they would their own home. The accommodation is in two buildings separated by a small courtyard. Sleeping up to 37 people and you can hire one or both buildings.

Catering

You can choose to have self catering, full catering or just one or two meals catered if you have a special occasion to celebrate. Jane who previously managed the centre also runs a catering company and can offer delicious and imaginative food for a variety of occasions.

Activities & Attractions

The location is ideal for those who enjoy the outdoor life. Within easy striking distance of Perth-y-Pia lie the challenging peaks of the Black Mountains and Brecon Beacons, one of the most elaborate cave systems in Europe, and the beautiful fishing and canoeing waters of the Rivers Wye and Usk.

Perth-y-Pia Farmhouse & Barn

<strongPerth-y-Pia is a stone-built 15th Century farmhouse located in the heart of the Black Mountains overlooking the Grwyne Fechan valley and pretty village of Llanbedr. The farmhouse and adjoining barn provide accommodation for groups who seek the tranquillity and outstanding beauty that this area has to offer. The house commands magnificent views over miles of unspoilt mountainside, from the Sugarloaf across the valley to the summit of Table Mountain, a mere 130 metres above the centre.

The Bunkhouse makes an ideal base for groups such as families, corporate groups, schools and colleges, parties and outdoor activity groups.

Location

Perth-y-Pia is situated high on the slopes of Table Mountain, in the heart of the Black Mountains and within the unspoilt Brecon Beacons National Park.

A short walk down the hill is the village of Llanbedr, a hub for walkers and mountain bikers, with a delightful village pub and ancient church of Saint Peter (which gives Llanbedr its name).

You may feel miles from anywhere but in fact the area is extremely accessible. Crickhowell, the popular rural town, is 2.5 miles away. Crickhowells award winning High Street is one of the few shopping streets left in the country with local family run businesses selling local produce and local products. The High Street recalls a long-lost era when all high streets reflected the character of their town and had their own identity.

The Severn bridge is only 45 minutes drive and from there the major UK cities are accessible by motorway.

Perth-y-Pia is situated high on the slopes of Table Mountain, in the heart of the Black Mountains and within the unspoilt Brecon Beacons National Park.

A short walk down the hill is the village of Llanbedr, a hub for walkers and mountain bikers, with a delightful village pub and ancient church of Saint Peter (which gives Llanbedr its name).

You may feel miles from anywhere but in fact the area is extremely accessible. Crickhowell, the popular rural town, is 2.5 miles away. Crickhowells award winning High Street is one of the few shopping streets left in the country with local family run businesses selling local produce and local products. The High Street recalls a long-lost era when all high streets reflected the character of their town and had their own identity.

The Severn bridge is only 45 minutes drive and from there the major UK cities are accessible by motorway.