In the village itself there is a small convenience store, café and takeaway restaurant as well as a hairdressers, newsagent and a butcher's shop.
There are winding wooden stairs and some lovely oak panelling; this delightful period cottage is set close to Brecon town centre, sleeps 6 people in 3 bedrooms and has a sunny South facing garden at the back.
The station opened for passengers on 2 June 1924, was closed on 11 September 1939 (though the line continued to run through the village), and reopened on , paid for partly by public subscription.
A war memorial lies in a field adjoining the church.
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This surprisingly spacious cottage is in a perfect position to walk into town to enjoy the many local shops and restaurants and just a stone's throw away from the Brecon and Monmouthshire Canal Basin and Brecon Theatre.