Mid Wales, Wye Valley, and Brecon Beacons National Park
The National Park covers 520 square miles and includes the Brecon Beacons mountain range, the Black Mountains and Llangorse Lake (the largest natural lake in Wales). Everything that there is to know about the park. Hay-on-Wye – "Town Of Books". This small market town on the border between Wales and England is famous as the "Town of Books". Richard Booth opened his first second-hand bookshop here in 1961, now there are some 30 bookshops in the town. Duchess of Hay and Offa's Dyke. Local arts and crafts fo...
Trericket Mill Bunkroom, near Hay-on-Wye,Mid Wales
It is a great option for a single person or 2 people on a budget and although the room is small, guests are welcome to use the lounge in the guesthouse which has TV, books, games and local information. Subject to space in our dining room). Alternatively the Wheelwrights Arms, one mile up the road in Erwood, offers a good range of pub food including vegetarian options. One night only room supplement: £2 per person (applicable weekends, Bank Holidays, and festivals etc). Pound;36 per night (2 people).