NIP INTO TOWN : Brecon is roughly a mile away, with numerous cafe’s, pubs, shops, cinema as well as a cathedral and regimental museum. Hay on Wye is well worth a visit with 30+ independent stores and bookshops, as well as a great Thursday morning market each week.
PEDAL or PONY : Pony trek into the Beacons, with local provider Cantref offering riding year round, or pick up a mountain bike in Brecon and explore some of the numerous bike trails in the area including the Brecon and Monmouth Canal for some welcome flat pedalling!
STRIDE OUT : The Brecon Beacons are on full display as you head down towards Brecon again, endless mountain trails, with twin peaks of Pen y Fan and Corn Ddu well worth a climb. Waterfalls, reservoirs and the River Usk well worth a mention too.
FESTIVAL FEVER : There are great local festivals in the area, Brecon Jazz and Green Man festival each August, the Royal Welsh Show in July, Hay Festival each May and the Abergavenny Food Fayre in September covering off most interest groups!
WINE & DINE: Whether it's a country pub, or the finest of Michelin starred fayre, there is something for all tastes. One of Wales best pubs, The Felin Fach Griffin is within 10 minutes drive, a Sugar & Loaf favourite with a free round of local drinks for S&L guests when you dine (mention it when you book your table).