It’s official – Wales is one of the top three gastro-tourism destinations in the world. And here in the green heart of Wales, our clean mountain air, unpolluted streams and lush countryside produce food that’s as good as it gets anywhere.
Food in Mid Wales has muddy footprints, not carbon footprints. So the fruit and veg at our farmers markets is so fresh it still has the morning dew on it. You can taste the hill herbs in our succulent lamb and our Welsh mountain mutton.
That’s why our chefs, even the ones with Michelin stars, like to keep it simple. They let the food speak for itself. We should all raise a glass to that. Because the beer, cider, wine and whisky are local too.
Llanvihangel Court is a Grade 1 listed 16th century manor house and a loved family home. Set in 100 acres of formal gardens and meadow land it is a place of unusual beauty.
King Arthur's Labyrinth
Found deep beneath the mountains of Southern Snowdonia in the village of Corris, King Arthur's Labyrinth is one of the most mysterious visitor attractions in Mid Wales.
Ynyshir nature reserve
Ynys-hir mixes Welsh oak woodland with wet grassland and saltmarshes.
In the spring, the ground is carpeted in flowers, and birdsong fills the air. You might see flycatchers and redstarts emerging from the nestboxes.
Wye Valley Aviation Ltd
Enjoy the experience of a lifetime on one of our Champagne Balloon Flights over the beautiful
Date:Saturday, March 18, 2017
The Brecon Craft Fair in Brecon market hall. Every third Saturday of the month between 9am and 4.30pm.
Date:Sunday, January 1, 2017 to Friday, March 31, 2017
Discover how the Heritage Lottery Fund has helped form partnerships to invest £3 million to conserve and enhance the Elan Estate and local communities.
Date:Saturday, February 25, 2017
Over 100 young musicians in glorious harmony. Fantastic entertainment in the 20th year of the ever popular event featuring cadet force musicians from across the United Kingdom joined by the Fanfare Team and members of the Welsh Guards Band.