Local Attractions and Events:

Llanwrtyd Wells is rennouned for its crazy sports and events. It is famous for hosting the World Bog Snorkelling Championship, the Man Vs. Horse Mountain Race, the mid-Wales Beer Festivals and a host of other events many of which are organised by ‘Green Events’ www.green-events.co.uk and the “World Alternative Games” www.worldalternativegames.co.uk .

Cycling and Families:

There are many miles of on and off road routes. www.crychanforest.org.uk Route 43 of the National Cycle Network passes through here. For the more adventurous Mountain Bikers, try our track trails in the nearby Crychan Forest. Alternatively, let us know in advance and Bikes can be hired locally www.droverscyles.co.uk for your enjoyment.


Mid Wales provides excellent fishing. Grayling and Brown Trout on the Rivers Irfon and Wye for more information visit the Wye & Usk Foundation www.wyeanduskfoundation.co.uk, Brown Trout is found on the Elan Valley www.elanvalley.co.uk


Llanwrtyd Wells is a walker’s paradise without ever needing to use your car. Stay with us and you can walk for miles and see spectacular views and a great variety of wild birds. If you are a family or goup, we are happy to assist with route planning and we have a compreshenive selection of Maps you can borrow for your walk.


Trekking is available from www.tregoydriding.co.uk better still, bring your own horse and a friend with you and we are happy to arrange your stables and assist with planning routes.

Wild Swimming:

This can be enjoyed in the nearby Wash Pool – pwllgolchu (originally a rivers for washing Sheep). www.wildswim.com/washpool


Bring on holiday your own Golf Clubs and enjoy the challenge of our 3 local Golf Courses: Builth Wells, (Llanrdindod Wells), Brecon

Go see the Birds of Prey:

www.gigrin.co.uk such as the Red Kite feeding station.

Why not simply take quality time, relaxing with the family and admiring the wonderful views and sounds or you could take the stunning Heart of Wales Railway line from Llanwrtyd Wells to Swansea or Shrewsbury www.heart-of-wales.co.uk

For those interested in Gardens why not visit the Lost Gardens of Aberglasney www.aberglasney.org or Natinal Trust properties such as Powis Castle https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/powis-castle-and-garden

If you feel adventurous and want to explore Mid Wales in the comfort of a chaufeur driven Land-Rover, Pre-book a full or half day excursion on www.cambriansafaris.co.uk