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Edited: 18th October 2021

A470 Heritage nature walks near Rhayader, Wales



This is a great place to stop for a piece of real rural quiet. It's mainly a nature reserve, although dogs are allowed in on leads and there's a fascinating visitor centre with kids' activities and discovery tables. The polecat poo was a big hit with our passengers. We loved it here although next time we may not go the full length of the narrow lane!

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09 September 2019

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This was really easy to access just off the A470 and parking is free but contributions welcome. Several different walks to take. We walked up to the old farmhouse along the river and then back to the car along the hillside. There are toilets (rustic 😊 but clean) at the farmhouse. There is also facilities and provisions to make your own tea or coffe with packets of biscuits, welcome shelter if the weather is poor but we sat on the picnic tables outside as we had good weather. There is an honesty box to pay for your tea and biscuits. Collie enjoyed all the sights, sounds and smells.

Edited: 18th October 2021. The details of this listing may have changed, and though the Driving with Dogs team do our best to confirm the accuracy of every listing, we cannot guarantee that the details are fully up to date and accurate.