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 a family activity to do on your glamping holiday? Can you beat an outdoor picnic on a lovely sunny day in beautiful surroundings? One of the great things about a picnic is that you can have one anywhere and you are spoilt for choice with riverbanks, fields and woodlands here at By the Wye.
Drum roll please…. We’re delighted to declare By the Wye Glamping officially open for a new season of adventure! Come for a glamping holiday in Wales to write home about. After months of hibernation and several busy weeks of preparation, we are now excited and ready to welcome happy guests and excited glampers for our 2nd full year.
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.
On a clear night in the Brecon Beacons, you can see the Milky Way, major constellations, bright nebulas and even meteor showers. It’s enough to make anyone starry eyed