The first signs of spring are here as green shoots are starting to appear along the woodland floor at By the Wye, which makes it the perfect time to visit for an Easter Holiday in Wales. Soon the woodland will begin to transform into a luscious green wonderland and birdsong will echo through the trees. A time of new growth, there will be lots of beautiful nature for you and your family to seek out. Here’s what you can expect to find in the woods at By the Wye this spring!
Whether with your own extended family or as a group of family friends, create lasting memories at By the Wye Glamping; browse the book-town of Hay-on-Wye and explore the Brecon Beacons National Park and take a look at all the family activities you can enjoy during your stay. Pack your adventurous spirit, escape to nature and sleep in luxury beneath the stars.
By the Wye glamping site in Hay-on-Wye is closed for 2022 but read about the exciting woodland-wellness and group-glamping developments we have planned over our hibernation. Diary open for bookings in 2023.
October half-term is a magical time to enjoy a glamping holiday in Hay-on-Wye. Why not brave a hair-raising Halloween event, enjoy hot chocolate by the fire, or simply slip on your walking boots and explore the beauty of the autumn countryside?
Looking for things to do around Hay on Wye for the grown up’s? There are heaps of distilleries in and around the Hay on Wye area which offer tasting experiences. These experiences usually include a tour of a distillery, with an introduction to the brand’s booze offering and history with the chance to taste, try and buy all the alcohol on offer. Some will offer just tipple tastings and with others, you can make your own. With so many quality producers in the area you are spoilt for choice.
Where to eat in Hay on Wye. Hay-on-Wye is not just all about books and festivals, it’s also about great pubs, cafe’s, inns and gorgeous food, often locally sourced and made, washed down with local ciders, ales and juices. Here is our run down of where to eat in Hay on Wye.