Accommodation near Sennybridge

The Hotel is 3 miles away from Sennybridge and well suited to military personnel, with nearby access to Sennybridge camp and the Epynt training area.

Sennybridge - the name of the village in Welsh is Pont Senni translates as the bridge over the river Senni.

It is located eight miles west of Brecon on the A40 trunk road to Llandovery. Two significant factors in the growth of this village were the establishment of a mail route to Llandovery and the building of the Brecon to Neath railway line in 1872.

There is a large complex of army huts across the river on the edge of the village which is the accommodation and training headquarters for the 29,000 acre Sennybridge training camp over which covers and infantry men in the British Army carry out training exercises with live ammunition. This training area lies to the north of the designated area of the Brecon Beacons National Park on the Mynydd Eppynt.

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