Location

Distances from

  • Brecon 4 miles
  • Cardiff 35 miles
  • M4/A470 junction 33 miles
  • Severn Bridge 64 miles

The nearest railway station is Merthyr Tydffil which is 15 miles away.  There is a limited bus service from Merthyr to Brecon which stops in Libanus – the X43 – http://www.wyeknotstop.co.uk/X43AbergavennyBreconCardiff.pdf.

You can also use this bus service to get into Brecon and from here there are buses to Hereford, Abergavenny, Llandovery, Llandeilo.

For travelling around the Brecon Beacons the Beacons bus is very useful – http://www.travelbreconbeacons.info/beacons-bus.

Directions from London

Head west on the M4 getting off at junction 32 and taking the A470 north (sign posted Merthyr Tydfil).  13 miles past Merthyr Tydfil you will see signs for a road to the left for the A4215 to Deffynog and Sennybridge.  Immediately opposite this road is a small lane with National Trust and B and B signs on the corner of it.  Take this turning right off the A470 and follow the road until you get to a row of white cottages on your left.  Turn sharp left round the end of the white cottages, over a tiny bridge and the track for Baddegai is immediately on the right.

Directions from Birmingham

Take the M5 south and then at junction 8 take the M50 south west to Ross-on-Wye.  At the end of the M50 join A40 and continue on this road to Brecon.  At the second roundabout on the A40 at Brecon take the A470 south towards Merthyr Tydfil.  After 3 miles you will pass through the village of Libanus and then you will see signs for a road to the right for the A4215 to Deffynog and Sennybridge.  Immediately opposite this road is a small lane with National Trust and B and B signs on the corner of it.  Take this turning left off the A470 and follow the road until you get to a row of white cottages on your left.  Turn sharp left round the end of the white cottages, over a tiny bridge and the track for Baddegai is immediately on the right.