These borderlands are Marcher country, long ago the preserve of knights and barons who ruled over these hills and mountains as petty kings in their own right. Today these once troubled lordships offer a spectacular yet peaceful haven for those seeking to enjoy yhe best of the British countryside.
Whether you are a walker, pony trekker, canoeist, photographer, or just love day trips in the car, The Pandy Inn is your prefect base. From here on the doorstep of the Brecon Beacons National Park you can sally forth into the heart of central Wales. Or, strike east and south into the lower Wye Valley. Here is a selection of some of the many attractions within a short drive:
- The Brecon Beacons National Park visit website
- Hay-on-Wye visit website
- The Wye Valley (Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty) visit website
- Blaenavon (World Heritage Site) visit website
- Mid-Wales visit website
Walking: The region offers walking for all tastes and experience from quite strolling in secuded wood valleys to hiking on the high peaks of the Brecon Beacons National Park
Horse Riding The nearby Black Mountains are a mecca for Pony Trekking. If Hacking is your passion the popular Three Rivers Ride passes within half a mile.
Canoeing Canoeing and Kayaking are offered on the nearby River Wye, together with instruction, guided tours and equipment hire.