Things to Do


Without having to drive there’s plenty to see and do near Hall’s Mill House. Why not enjoy a walk along the River Arrow, listen to the birdsong and watch the wildlife? Or, on a clear night, look out at the exceptional night skies and hear the owls hooting as you do so.

viewFor the more energetic, nearby centres offer horse riding, cycling, canoeing and kayaking or golf. The Offa’s Dyke path, 1.5 miles from the house, provides stunning views and a walk of whatever length you require.

Days out

The Black and White Villages trail – follow a circular route of around 40 miles through the lovely English villages and their historic timber-framed buildings.

Historic Llanthony Priory, is interesting to visit and the Black Mountains have stunning views as do the Brecon Beacons.

In Kington, there’s the Hergest Croft Gardens and Tearoom and the Small Breeds Farm Park and Owl Centre. Nearby at Presteigne don’t miss the Judges Lodgings historic museum and house.

No visit to us would be complete without spending time in the famous town of books, Hay-on-Wye, although during Hay Festival you will need to book early to get a room with us!

Eating Out

The Boat – Whitney-on-Wye – 01497 831223

The Rhydspence – Whitney-on-Wye – 01497 831262

The Tram – Eardisley – 01544 327251

River Cafe – Glasbury – 01497 847007

The Stagg – Titley – 01544 230221

National Trust Properties

Croft Castle

Berrington Hall

Cwmmau Farmhouse

Special Events

Hay-on-Wye literary festival (May and June)

Royal Welsh Show at Builth Wells (July)

Vintage Car Rally (October)

Tourist Information Centres

Kington TIC – http://www.kingtontourist.info – 01544 230778

Hay-on-Wye TIC – http://www.hay-on-wye.co.uk – 01497 820144