Powys and the Marches is a particularly beautiful part of the country and has a wealth of activities and attractions to offer visitors.
Historic Presteigne (3 miles) has an annual festival and offers a charming variety of shops,cafes and other amenities.
Market town of Kington ( 5 miles) which has a small variety of quirky shops, two good butchers,an
excellent fishmongers, a supermarket,and several cafes,pubs, and restaurants.
Kington Golf Club ( www.kingtongolf.co.uk) The Offa’s Dyke footpath goes through this course,which offers spectacular views.
The Stagg Inn & Restaurant, Titley ( 5 miles) – Herefordshire Dining Pub of the Year 2015 & 2016 and The Good Food Guide 2016 – Top 20 pubs.
Offa’s Dyke Centre Kington and Knighton (7 miles)
Rhayader – Red Kite feeding centre at the Head of the Elan Valley & the Dams
Burfa Nature Reserve – in Evenjobb village.
Radnor Hills – walking, mountain biking
Water Breaks Its Neck waterfall and the stunning Elan Valley Dams
Mid-Wales scenic trainline to Mumbles, Swansea ( station at Knighton 7 miles)
Local Festivals include Hay Literary Festival, Ludlow Food Festival, Abergavenny Food Festival, and the Three Choirs festival.
Historic Castles/ Gardens/ Battle sites – Mortimers Cross, Pilleth
Art galleries – Presteigne Arts Café
Antiques – Leominster, Hay Bookshops etc.