Travelling via Brecon Beacons National Park
Guests visiting Gilfach Wen Barn from the Midlands will be coming through the Brecon Beacon National Park. – Some guests like to visit an attraction or stopping for a walk during their journey to/from Gilfach Wen.
Hay on Wye the second hand book capital of the world, with over 40 second hand book shops in this small town its a mecca for anyone who loves reading. – A personal favourite place to visit.
Brecon to Talybont-on-Usk canal food trail. .Stop at one of the villages along the canal for food, or use your own bike or hire a bicycle to enjoy the 7.5 miles of canal towpath.
Small breeds farm park and owl centre. Kington, Herefordshire.
Acton Scott, Historic Working Farm Church Stratton, Shropshire.
Erwood Station Gallery largest privately run contemporary applied arts gallery in Wales.
The bakers table, cafe and bakery with woodfired oven. Talgarth Mill.
Dragonfly cruises and dayboat hire. Take a relaxing trip along the Monmouth and Brecon Canal.
Brecon – The market town at the heart of the National Park still has an indoor market, an attractive town center for a stroll with traditional butchers and bakers as well as boasting many pubs, cafes, restaurants and takeaways to suit all tastes and pockets.
The Play Barn Brecon, for children upto the age of 11. Adults and children under 12 months free.
Brecon Mountain Railway, from Pant to Torpantau.
National Park Visitor Centre as well as being a tourist information centre, with toilets including disabled toilets and a baby changing facility there is a tea room and restaurant on site. You can walk straight out from the centre onto the moorland common called Mynydd Iltyd.
Llandovery – A small market town with a thriving craft centre in the old indoor market place.
Llandeilo. A market town which has a reputation as an attractive centre for independent shops and slow eating culture. There is a published county walk centred around the town, and Dinwfer Park with its deer park to visit on the edge of the town.