Walking and Hiking

 

A welcome rest stop or a base for some of Wales' spectacular walks. Why not make a weekend of it? See our special offers for details.

Walking and Hiking

Stay 2 nights at Tan Y Graig whilst walking the Glyndwr Way and be collected and returned to Lake Vyrnwy or Pont Llogel the following morning. Please ring for more details

Walking and hiking with 20 local walks in our area with various degrees of difficulty or the Glyndwr Way (www.nationaltrail.co.uk/glyndwrsway )which starts in Knighton and ambles 133miles to Welshpool taking in various places on route, spectacular views of Cadair Idris and the Cambrian Mountains, Clywedog Reservoir and the source of the River Severn over to Machynlleth where Owain Glyndwr held a Welsh Parliament and then to Lake Vyrnwy and the RSPB nature reserve. Walk up to the Waterfall or hire bicycles and ride around the Lake. BBC’s Spring Watch was also filmed here in 2009.