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The Local area is World Known for its Epic Walks.


The Local Area is re-known for its amazing walks from 1 hour to a weeks national trail (Offas Dyke) we have OS maps, Walking Books and our personal selection of recommended walks which you can follow direct from the farm by yourself or we offer walking packages for group inc accommodation, food, drop off and pick ups and a seasoned guide to take off the stress of orienteering through the mountains!

These are some world renowned iconic walks in the area;

4 waterfalls walk
Time to get there: 58 min
Length: 5.5 miles suitable for fit kids (don’t have to do all 4 waterfalls. The 2nd is the best)
Starting point Gwaun Hepste SN935123

Pen Y Fan (highest peak in the Brecon Beacons)
Time to get there 42 min
Length: 4 miles Suitable for fit kids
2.5 and 3.5 hours
Starting Point Storey Arms Post Code LD3 8NL
Hay Bluff
Time to get there 20 min
Length: 2 miles Suitable for kids
1.5 hours
Start Point OS grid reference SO239373
Postcode HR3 5RJ approx
The Begwyns – Magic Roundabout
Time to get there 27 min
Length: 2 miles Suitable for fit kids
2 hours
Starting SO162443
Talgarth The Witches Pool
Time to get there 25 min
Length: 2 miles Suitable for fit kids
2 hours
Starting LD3 0DS
Llanthony Priory
Time to get there 47 min
Length: 1 – 4 miles there are many different walks Suitable for fit kids
2-3 hours
Starting Point SO 288 278
The Cats Back
Time to get there 31 min
Length: 5 miles Suitable for fit kids
2.5 and 3.5 hours
Starting Point SO288328

Symonds Yat Treasure Hunt Trail
Time to get there 53 min
Length: 3 miles Suitable for kids
3 hours
Starting Point HR9 6JL
Moccas Park Deer Walk
Time to get there 15 min
Starting Point HR2 9JA
Butterfly Trails Time to get there 56 min
Length: 1- 3 miles Suitable for kids
Several trails
1 – 3 hours
Starting Point

National Trails Suitable for 1-2 weeks walking

Transport can be arranged for drop off & pick off to the starting and finish point each day

Offas Dyke
Offa’s Dyke Path is a 177 mile long walking trail, from Prestatyn to Chepstow. It is named after the spectacular Dyke King Offa ordered to be constructed in the 8th century, probably to divide his Kingdom of Mercia from rival kingdoms in what is now called Wales

Herefordshire trail
The 150 mile route links the five market towns of Ledbury, Ross-on-Wye, Kington, Leominster and Bromyard, along with some of the picturesque villages and hamlets for which Herefordshire is renowned. Can be easily broken up into 10 walks.

Wye valley trail
 136 mile walk from Plynlimon to Chepstow contrasts from ravine gorge cloaked in woodland, through meadow and orchard, to rugged and remote uplands.

All of theses trails can be broken up easily  into sections you could complete over the year

Guest Reviews

Came on an amazing group walking package at Drovers Rest. The walk were truly some of the best I have ever done and the welcome back to the farmstead with lovely cosy fires and delicious food was heavenly.
Walking GroupU3A Group
This area has some fantastic walks from all day walks to a few miles. Drovers Rest were great to organised our group packed lunches and pick ups and drop offs so we could follow the national trails. Great hospitality
RichardAmazing walking
Majestic views and walks that take you to beautiful waterfalls, old ruins that speak to you of history and tradition, old drovers routes, forges, forests you name it this area has got it. We will be coming here for years to come. There are so many walks we want to do.
JenniferUnreal Walking