The Brecon Beacons National Park has countless opportunities for a wide variety of activities, designed to suit almost every taste. Too numerous to list all of them here, details may be found on the National Park website, but here are some good reasons to come and stay at Delfryn this year. These events are popular so please book your accommodation early to avoid disappointment.
25 May - 4 June: The Hay Literary Festival
May (date tbc): Abergavenny Steam Festival
10 - 11 June: Man v Horse Llanwrtyd Wells
24 - 27 July: Royal Welsh Show Builth Wells
29 - 30 July: Steelhouse Festival Ebbw Vale
5 August: Brecon Agricultural Show
11 - 13 August: Brecon Jazz Festival
17 - 20 August: The Green Man Festival Crickhowell
September (date tbc): Abergavenny Food Festival
September (date tbc): Sennybridge Agricultural Show
Brecon Farmers' Market - Second Saturday of each month
Brecon Cathedral Lunchtime Concerts - First Monday of each month
The Brecon Beacons National Park is one of the few areas in the UK that enjoys a truly dark sky and is now registered as one of only five such reserve sites in Europe. This is a perfect destination to visit to get a better view of the night sky.