|Llanthony Art Courses
|Whether you are a beginner, or an experienced artist seeking inspiration and development, there is a course to suit you !
|Painting weekends place you in the centre of this dramatic scenery with your brush in your hand.
|Bailey Balloons offers hot air balloon flights over Bristol, Bath and Wales. Bailey Balloons is run by Jo and Clive Bailey who are both passionate balloonists.
|Why not admire the spectacular scenery of the Black Mountains and the Brecon Beacons from a balloon?
|This international sporting event, takes place annually on August Bank Holiday Monday in the dense Waen Rhydd Peat bog on the southern outskirts the smallest town in Britain - Llanwrtyd Wells - in Powys, Mid Wales
Tel No: 07831 685222
Cruise the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal from Brecon to Brynich, 2½ miles through a lock over an aquaduct, 2½ hours return. Public and private trips available from March to October.
Saloon seating for 53. Refreshments and toilet available. Wheelchair access.
The Dragonfly leaves Brecon Canal Basin, from its mooring alongside Theatr Brycheiniog, for a 2 ½ hour cruise along the Monmouth and Brecon Canal, through the Brecon Beacons National Park.
Castle Narrowboats offers you the choice of our fleet of modern, comfortable, diesel or electric canal boats, in which you can enjoy as much - or as little - of the canal as you please. Weekly hire or short breaks, either over a weekend or mid-week, are available.
Road House Narrowboats are a small family business - with only four boats we can assure you of our closest attention at all times, and any support you feel you may need, particularly if canal boating is new to you. We have ourselves been canal enthusiasts for many years, and are very happy to talk to you about our boats or the canal if you care to call.
|Beacon Park Boats
|The Brecon and Monmouthshire Canal runs all the way from Brecon to Pontypool (33 miles) The best way to experience the canal is to hire an electric boat for the day from Beacon Park Boats.
|Pottery courses available. Come and have a go! Drop in anytime we are open. Regular adult or child courses also available.
Trans Wales Trails, Cwmfforest Riding Centre, Pengenffordd, Talgarth, Brecon,
+44 (0)1874 711398
+44 (0)1874 711122
The Turner family has run Cwmfforest Riding Centre since 1970 and has developed a range of fully inclusive quality riding holidays for capable adult riders. We offer a friendly greeting, log fires, comfortable bed, wholesome traditional fare and a trustworthy Welsh Cob to carry you to the back of beyond.
Award winning Cwmfforest Riding Centre, the home of Trans Wales Trails, offers the competent adult rider a choice of horse riding holidays in some of the most beautiful and undiscovered parts of the Welsh countryside on original sustainable transport. Our trails vary in length and complexity, and we can offer something to suit almost everyone's horse riding holiday needs. The Turner family would like to welcome you to our very own style of Trail Riding.
All holidays at Trans Wales Trails are fully inclusive of riding, accommodations and meals (alcoholic drinks not included). Guests should aim to arrive at Cwmfforest no earlier than 5pm on the first evening, this ensures we have adequate time to change the house over for our new guests.
B&B Accommodation from £25 pp or
Dinner B&B from £40 pp
|Gilfach Equitation offer a wide range of Classical Riding Courses & Leisure Holidays.
Benefit from expert, empathetic, tuition on a small team of well mannered, well-schooled and contented horses. Relax and enjoy wonderful rides out on forward going horses over fantastic countryside.
Be re-assured of yours and your mount's health, safety and well-being at our BHS Approved, well-organised & professional equestrian centre.
Be special! - we only cater for your group (of up to four people) at any one time
Truly delightful character accommodation on-site (self-catering)
Contact Gilfach Equitation
Fishing on the River Tawe at Craig-y-Nos Castle
The River Tawe flows down from its source in the limestone hills overlooking Craig-y-Nos Castle and the Swansea Valley. It is a beautiful clear stream which supports both wild and migratory trout (sewin). Salmon run up from the sea, 20 miles away, to spawn in its headwaters. The river is also stocked with large rainbow trout by the Tawe Angling Association.
Craig-y-Nos Castle has fishing rights on the river as it flows past the castle and residential guests are welcome to fish in the castle grounds
|Swan Meadow Fishery
|Pantygoitre Farm, Llanfair Kilgedin, Abergavenny, Situated just 10 metres from the river bank our secluded lodge offers single storey accommodation with charming characteristics.
|Gliffaes has been looking after fishermen and women since we opened in 1948
|Talgarth Gliding Club
|Talgarth gliding club offers members a flight in a glider over the Brecon Beacons. Trial lessons for beginners and five day holiday courses available. Open all year.
|black mountain Walks
|You will find yourself traversing along rock walls, jumping across boulders, climbing waterfalls, exploring dark holes and all the time your guide will be encouraging you to get wet.
|Green Man Mountain Boarding
|Mountain Boarding in the Brecon Beacons has everything you get from snowboarding in the Alps, but you don't need snow or the Alps! A must try for skateboarders, snowboarders, and surfers.
|4x4 Off Road Driving
|Taff Valley Buggy Trails
|Off road driving in Landrovers & Quad Biking. One to one instruction on their off road course in one of their vehicles costs £70 per hour.
Whitecliff Off Road Driving Experience. Off-road driving centre at Coleford, east of Monmouth.
|Welsh Air Sports
|South Wales and the town of Abergavenny are a hot bed for this sport which involves a commitment of a couple of days to get started.