Where to eat and What to do this Easter Weekend

The Brecon Beacons is the perfect place to celebrate Easter Weekend, with so many activities going on and loads of places to enjoy a traditional Easter Sunday Lunch.

Places to Eat.

1. Join Foyles of Glasbury for lunch on Easter Sunday-27th March 2016 Celebrate Easter at Foyles with their indulgent three-course lunch. £26.95 per person/£18 for children under Reserve your table here!easter.png

2. Sunday Sleepover at Peterstone Court-A Four Course Dinner in the Restaurant from our Award Winning Chefs – £45 per person

Or A Luxurious Afternoon Tea with:exterior
Musical Accompaniment from our Resident Pianist
A selection of Tea Sandwiches, Fresh Cream Pastries
Homemade Fruitcake
Scones, Cream & Preserves
Tea or Coffee
£28 per person

Overnight accommodation is available from £95.00 per person per night B&B based on two sharing

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Come and enjoy a night in the Brecon Beacons, with our exclusive Sunday Sleepover Deal. Enjoy one of our luxurious rooms with Dinner, Bed and Breakfast from £145
T: 01874 665387 to Book (Quote SUNDAY-SLEEPOVER).

Sample seasonal flavours with a different traditional lunch menu each Sunday at The Angel Hotel.  Click this link to view the Easter Sunday Lunch Menus and book online here.


4.The Kings Arms, Abergavenny
A weekend of Easter Celebrations ahead of you here at The Kings Arms Hotel. Starting Thursday night with Curry Night followed by music from the amazing IAN LUTHER
Friday night enjoy an acoustic set by Lee Owen, raising money for McMillian Cancer Care.Sunday afternoon Jim Ramsey will be singing in our bar from 5pm onwards.

We’ll be serving a delicious menu all weekend long including bank holiday Monday, booking is highly recommended.Happy holidays all, let the good times roll!

Find out more places to eat this Easter Weekend to here

Things To Do

1. Meet a Meerkat at the National Botanic Garden of Wales
Tropical inc bring their amazing menagerie of exotic beasties back to the Botanic Garden for another series of stunning shows. Get up close and personal with a skunk, take a tarantula in your hand, weigh a giant python and meet a meerkat. Fabulous fun for all the family!11am to 4:30pm

Ticket price-£2 in addition to the admission price Call 01558 667149

2. Brecon Mountain Railway

Come and join us for an Easter Bunny Steam Train ride and Egg Hunt. Includes A present for Every Child And There Is A Prize For finding the Golden Egg!

Friday 25th March, Saturday 26th March, Sunday 27th March, Monday 28th March
Trains depart from our main station at 10.30am, 12.15pm, 2.00pm & 3.45pm.

3. Cantref Adventure Farm
There is a return of the favorite family show  this Easter holidays –bottle feeding the lambs!  Everyone loves feeding the lambs and at Cantref you can cuddle up to the lamb and feed it all by yourself – a perfect photo opportunity for Mum and Dad!

And that’s not all! Our Animal Encounters Tractor and Trailer rides
will be returning – check out the show programme to see what time they are running today! Mr Ev’s (our large horse mascot) has been practicing his special stage show just for you so why not come along for some good old family fun and see if he will be a good or naughty pony this time!

The pet barn is always a
great place to get some hands on experience with our smaller animals and The Splash Paddle Boats are back from Easter – sorry Dad but these are for the kids only -but why not try the Jungle Swamp Adventure Ride! Using the ropes around the course, navigate the twisty bendy course and with Mum and Dad at the helm the children will certainly need to give a helping hand!*

So……what are you waiting for! We can not wait to welcome you and your family to Cantref Adventure Farm this Easter!

4. Join the Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt with The National Trust at the Sugarloaf, AbergavennySugarloaf

Dominating the surrounding landscape, Sugarloaf near Abergavenny will surely not disappoint this Easter. The height of Sugarloaf will surely impress any visitor with views stretching as far as South West England. Once you have visited this beauty spot, try the beautiful ‘Holy mountain’ of Skirrid Fawr with its ruined chapel. Hop over to St Mary’s Vale for a Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt. Follow a trail of clues through this woodland wonderland, weaving through oak and beech trees on the slopes below Sugarloaf Mountain. See if you can solve the riddles to find a tasty chocolate prize, and leave time to make a mud pie in the Iago stream

Join the hunt on the 26th of March on the Easter Weekend from 10am-3pm. More here.


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