A country walk or a hike up a mountain
We can provide you with maps for walks direct from your dome door or borrow an OS map and walk in the Black Mountains or Brecon Beacons. We have plenty of recommendations whatever your fitness level and lots of options for families too depending on the age of your little ones. From mountain ridges and hill climbs to forests and waterfalls we can make suggestions to suit the landscape you’d like to explore.
Brecon Beacons breconbeacons.org/walking
Black Mountains - www.walkingbritain.co.uk
Drovers Holidays Guided walks
With a vast knowledge of the local area let Drovers Holidays lead you on a guided walk in the dramatic landscape of the Brecon Beacons. They can tailor a package to suit your family ability and size and if you’ve got children let them know and they will point out interesting finds and facts on the way.
Contact Anna or Luke at droverholidays.co.uk
Walk Hay - Guided Lowland Walking
'Expertly led guided walks in this wonderful part of the world'. Sarah is a qualified lowland walk leader, insured and also certified in outdoor first aid, so you are in safe hands! Scheduled group walks are bookable online. Private guide hire available upon request.
10Adventures is a team of adventure enthusiasts who have travelled almost everywhere on earth. There are 10 recommended hikes on their website for the Brecon Beacons National Park. If you'd like to contact a member of their team to discuss their recommended routes you can call 0808 196 0950 or 0208 106 2028 and ask for Richard.
Treat yourselves to portrait photography on your walk as a memory of your holiday or to commemorate a special occasion.
Adam is an experienced photographer and mountain walker, plus a dad himself. All the qualities needed to lead you and your family on a walk in the Brecon Beacons. Take in the stunning views and let Adam take natural portraits of you and your group along the walk.
Contact Adam at adamtattonreid.co.uk
Browse the shops
Hay on Wye, just 5 miles away, is home to a plethora of second hand bookshops, vintage emporiums, cafe’s, bars and even an Ice Cream Parlor. It’s easy to lose yourself for a few hours whatever your age and taste in literature!
Explore Hay Castle. Once a great medieval stronghold, the castle is about to take on a new life — as a major centre for culture, arts and education. Guided tours available at certain times.
There’s often an event or a market in the town square so do check out the Hay Calendar of events before your stay to see if there’s anything that takes your fancy. Events range from Walking and Cycle festivals to Food Markets and History Weekends.