From its world-famous beef to the county’s bountiful orchards of succulent apples and pears, Herefordshire boasts some of the finest locally-sourced produce in the United Kingdom. Whether dining out at any of the nearby first-class pubs and restaurants, or cooking in the comfortable surroundings of your cosy shepherd’s hut kitchen, you’ll discover why Herefordshire deserves its place on the nation’s culinary map.
After you’ve sampled some of the local area’s world class produce, you’ll be wanting to stretch your legs to walk off a sticky toffee pudding or two. With this in mind, we’ve prepared a dossier of some of the area’s fabulous walks. Click here to see more.
This is a spectacular walk visiting four beautiful waterfalls near Ystradfellte in the Brecon Beacons.
It is one of the best waterfall walks in Britain with delightful woodland gorges, riverside trails along the Afon Mellte and a series of roaring waterfalls. The trail starts at the woodland parking area south of Ystradfellte and visits Sgwd Clun-Gwyn, SgwdIsaf Clun-Gwyn, Sgwd y Pannwr and Sgwd-yr-Eira waterfalls.
1. Turn right out of the gate at Midland Farm.
2. After ¼ mile turn first left up Kitty’s Lane which is a steep single track tarmac road.
3. At the top of Kitty’s Lane turn left through the green metal gate down the side of the Village Hall. Great view out across the valley.
4. The footpath carries on down the side of two fields.. The path is well surfaced in the first field and becomes long grass in the second field.Keep the hedge on your rhs.
5. At the bottom of the second field turn left into a field, this time keeping the hedge on your left.
6. (If you get to the stream you have gone too far so retrace your steps back by approx. 100 m).
7. At the end of the hedge keep straight on, cross the next field by a well defined path.
8. At the end pf the field turn right keeping the hedge on your right.
9. Cross two styles and join back onto the road, turning left to get back to Midland Farm.