Walking the Beacons
Approximately 15 miles from Little Hare Barns B&B are the Beacons rising to 886 metres, they dominate the landscape appearing on Little Hare Barns horizon only when snow lies on the peaks, framing a twenty mile view. Good walking clothes will ensure a safe walk and a visit to our Brecon Beacons National Park web site for weather advice during snowy weather, other times of the year wet weather gear, walking boots, an app, and drinking water.
If you like legends, there is one to be found at Llangorse Lake, fabled on the Lady of the Lake, as a bride, her husband made promises, the tale does vary, not keeping the oath, his wife returned to her father's world below the Lake. Today, it is a site for bird watching, with a unique hide, its shaped based on palisades found in the lake, the diverse species from mute swans, comorant, goosander, mallard, tufted duck, , teal and more for you to see. Refreshments can be found in Llangorse village or Middlewood farm shop.
Brecon Monmouth Canal
Brecon Monmouth Canal is less than five minutes away from Little Hare Barns B&B, across the valley it hugs the side of the mountains, guests can cycle or walk this tow path.