Walking Holiday, Walks in Powys, Wales

No crowds, no hassle, no pressure – that’s walking in Mid-Wales!

The opportunities for walking from the Brandy house are endless. Take the long route into the village (about half an hour through ancient oak woods) or spend several days hiking. Together with several national trails within a day's walk (Glyndwr's Way, Kerry Ridgeway, Jack Mitton Way and Offa's Dyke) there are miles and miles of footpaths just waiting to be explored.  Few of the paths are way-marked and you do need to be able to read a map if you want to really discover the surrounding countryside.  You are unlikely to meet other walkers and will find the countryside quiet and unspoiled with abundant birds and other wildlife.

And if you do want to climb some of Wales’ big peaks then it is quite possible to ‘do’ Snowdon in a day if you make an early start, Cader Idres is reachable to the north as are the Brecon Beacons to the south.

Dont' forget that we are pet friendly and welcome dogs by prior arrangement

And we can cater for groups