WALKING & CYCLING: The grounds in which the hut is situated are all there for you to roam and explore, but if you’re looking for a longer adventure, the Offa’s Dyke footpath is nearby. The position of the hut on the country border means you’re also close to both the Wye Valley and Brecon Beacons – you couldn’t be better placed for walking and cycling!
CASTLES & CULTURE: You’ll be immersed in an area that is inundated with historical ruins, majestic castles and breath-taking countryside. The towns themselves in the surrounding area are saturated in rich history, whilst some of Europe’s finest surviving castles can be found within the border of Wales: Brecon Castle and Abergavenny Castle.
TOUR THE TOWNS: Spoilt for choice when it comes to picturesque towns to explore, try to visit as many as possible, as each place boasts its own unique charm. Hay-on-Wye’s fame as a ‘literary capital’ is certainly one that is well-deserved, with many a quaint bookshop to be found on every street. Ludlow’s historical streets are beautiful and historical. Llandrindod Wells is one of the friendliest Welsh towns you could come across and Leominster’s Black and White Village Trail is a must-see.
FINE FAYRE: When it comes to dining you have the best of both worlds on either side of the border so you can sample a taste of two cultures. Not far from the hut, the Harp Inn at Radnor serves delicious and refined, yet rustic dishes to tantalise taste buds, or head into Kington for a choice of eateries, including the Royal Oak Inn for authentic Thai cuisine, Ye Olde Tavern for traditional dishes, or Gray’s at the Swan for a mouth-watering steak.