Stay at magnificent Craig Y Nos Castle, the ideal wedding, party, and conference venue, and enjoy the splendour of the lovely Brecon Beacons National Park. At Craig Y Nos Castle the emphasis is on ensuring that guests enjoy their stay. We have a dedicated team of staff assigned to cover specific aspects of our hospitality services. The hotel is perfect for a romantic break, set in stunning surroundings with a luxury four poster room available, an in-house bar serving food and spa facilities including a hot tub and gym.
Situated in the Brecon Beacons there are a great many outdoor activities available in the area surrounding the hotel, including fishing on our own river, walking, supervised adventures, horse riding, golf, climbing, kayaking and mountain biking. Make the short drive to Swansea and explore the many attractions there or head west towards Pembrokeshire.
Craig Y Nos Castle offers a wide range of quality guest accommodation including spacious apartments catering for between four and eight people. Each of these has a private bathroom, bedroom and lounge area and they are ideal for families travelling together.
We also offer a deluxe Bridal Suite, complete with four poster bed, luxurious en-suite bathroom and Victorian roll top bath.
In addition to these we have a range of deluxe, superior and standard en-suite guest rooms (mostly doubles and family rooms) on the ground and first floors, some of which include full disabled facilities. Three non-ensuite rooms and dog friendly rooms are also available.
Alongside our B&B Accommodation we also offer a variety of other budget alternatives including our self-catering Nurses Block ideal as group accommodation. A charming self-catering farmhouse sleeping 6 plus 2 in a separate annexe is also onsite.
Bed and breakfast accommodation includes a full cooked breakfast.
A daily, varied bar menu is served featuring home-cooked locally sourced favourites including Welsh fillet beef and minted Welsh lamb. Vegetarian options and a choice of puddings from our chilled display are available.
After a day of activities in the Brecon Beacons relax in the hotel's free onsite gym or six seater hot tub. Separate male and female changing rooms are available equipped with showers and lockers.
Craig Y Nos is famously the most haunted castle in Wales - our classic Victorian venue has a rich history. The property and grounds were once owned by the acclaimed opera diva Adelina Patti, the country's second most celebrated female figure in 1900 after Queen Victoria. Find out more about ghost tours and packages (perfect for groups of friends and Hen Parties), as well as the venue's fascinating history on our website.
Please see our website for our current discounted deals and packages.
Craig Y Nos Castle is located on the A4067 road in South Wales, approximately 16 miles north of Swansea and the M4 motorway.
From the North: Take the M5 motorway south to the M50. Follow the M50 to the end, near Ross on Wye, where it becomes the A40. Continue ahead, and after passing Monmouth go another six miles and then take the first junction after the service station, signed A40 Abergavenny. Follow the A40 until after a long straight section you approach a large roundabout near Abergavenny where you leave the A40 and continue straight ahead. This road is the A465, signed to Merthyr Tydfil. Stay on the A465 for around 26 miles, passing the junction to Merthyr Tydfil, and continue to the A4109 junction at Glyn Neath. Follow the A4109 through the traffic lights in GlynNeath and over the hill towards Abercrave. This becomes the A4221, but continues straight ahead until it drops down to the A4067 road. At the junction with the A4067 turn right and follow the road for four miles to Craig-y-Nos Castle, which is on the right.
From the South: From the M4 Motorway, follow the A470 Northwards from junction No32 of the M4 motorway to the A465 just beyond Merthyr Tydfil. Head West on the A465 continuing to the A4109 junction at Glyn Neath. Follow the A4109 through the traffic lights in GlynNeath and over the hill towards Abercrave. This becomes the A4221, but continues straight ahead until it drops down to the A4067 road. At the junction with the A4067 turn right and follow the road for four miles to Craig Y Nos Castle, which is on the right.