Things To Do
Things To Do
There are many beautiful walks from Pentre Naboth including the summit of Pen-y-Fan for the fit! Or drive 5 minutes for the easy route up – Explore the whole of the Brecon Beacons National Park from the famous Waterfall country to the open access peaks, the choice is outstanding. My favourite is Fan Frynach which you can easily do from here.
Hire a pedalo on the promenade in Brecon, a motor cruiser on the Brecon and Monmouthshire canal, a rowing boat or dinghy on Llangorse lake or a Canadian canoe from the Riverside Cafe in Glasbury and paddle down the Wye.
The Brecon Beacons National Park is a designated Dark Sky Reserve ….. Wanderoo is in the perfect spot to soak in the stars in your own hot tub.
Red Kite Feeding
Witness these spectacular birds of prey feeding daily in the delightful surroundings of the Brecon Beacons National Park at Llanddheusant Red Kite Feeding Station https://www.redkiteswales.co.uk
Penderyn Whisky Tour
Take an hours tour and then sample some local whisky and bring some back for a tipple by the fire! https://penderyn.wales/tours/
or treat yourselves to a scenic trike tour to the distillery through the mountains from Pentre Naboth to Penderyn so you don’t have to drive! https://www.beaconstriketours.co.uk/
The International Welsh Rarebit centre – A 2 minute drive to the best coffee in wales and the best cheese on toast too.
Cat Soup Kitchen – Next to the bridge in Brecon. amazing burgers and other delights.
The Shoemakers Arms at Pentre Bach for great value pub grub
The Ghurka in Brecon for a nepalese treat
Glan Usk Service station in Sennybridge sells most things and is a five minute drive away.
Brecon is a 15 minute drive and has a Morrisons, Co-op and Aldis plus other shopping.
Penpont has a great organic farm shop and is open in the summer months.
Hay-on-Wye for book buying on rainy days.