Local area


Walking and spots of beauty

So many beautiful walks to take, including Offa’s Dyke, some straight from the back door! In the house you’ll find a selection of local walks and you might want to visit the Walking Britain site for inspiration for walks in the Black Mountains and the Brecon Beacons too.

Things to do

There is lots to enjoy nearby including these favourites:

The Bryngwyn Riding School is close by and offers riding lessons and hacks through the beautiful countryside

Enjoy the independent cinema at Richard Booth’s bookshop in Hay on Wye

Visit the Small Breeds Farm Park and Owl Centre at nearby Kington

Red kite feeding – at various locations including the Brecon Beacons National Park

The Brecon Beacons website has lots of information on everything from local festivals to hang-gliding!

Eating out

We are in a great area for food and can recommend the following:

St John’s Place Restaurant, Hay on Wye
Feling Fach Griffin dining pub, between the Black Mountains and the Brecon Beacons
The River café, Glasbury on Wye – you can hire a canoe while you’re there!
Foyles restaurant, Glasbury on Wye
The Stagg Inn and Restaurant, Titley near Kington
Richard Booth’s Bookshop café, Hay on Wye – enjoy a film there too.

Favourite places in Hay on Wye

Of course Hay on Wye is THE place for bookshops but while you’re there you might also want to visit:

The Table Gallery and café
Lion Street Gallery