Our Local Area

Brecon Beacons National Park

A landscape of spectacular mountain ranges enjoyed by outdoor lovers with walking, cycling, trekking, fishing and watersports widely enjoyed. Only an hour from Cardiff and three hours from London and Birmingham.

Our Home Town of Hay on Wye

A small Marches town on the northernmost point of the Brecon Beacons National Park. One of the most visited tourist locations in Wales, this charming town has become world famous for its second hand and antiquarian bookshops. Hay hosts a Festival of Literature at the end of May each year and attracts thousands of people to see international stars perform. Past performers include Van Morrison, Bill Clinton and Jools Holland to name just a few.

Brecon (15 miles away)

Brecon lies in the foothills of the Brecon Beacons, a traditional Mid Wales market town with narrow streets displaying Georgian and Jacobean shop fronts. Brecon hosts a Jazz Festival every August for many thousands of visitors to hear the finest in Jazz music performed by artists from all over the World.

Hereford (20 miles away)

Home of the largest cider maker in the World! Situated close to the Welsh border in an area devoted to arable and livestock farming. Hereford is a lively city with quaint alleyways and ancient courtyards and a compact shopping centre. The cathedral holds two important treasures, the Medieval Mappa Mundi and The Chained Library.