Category Archive: Facts

Enjoy National Walking Month in the Elan Valley

We love National Walking Month as it gives us a chance to share our favourite trails and to discover new ones. . The Cambrian Mountains has tons of great walking routes so, to be… Continue reading

New Viewing Windows created on the Vale of Rheidol Railway!

11 Viewing Windows created between Devil’s Bridge and Rheidol Falls Halt The Vale of Rheidol Railway, in partnership with Natural Resources Wales, has created eleven new viewing windows along a two mile stretch… Continue reading

Happy St David’s Day from the Cambrian Mountains!

Happy St Davids Day! In honour of our Patron Saint, we thought we’d share with you a few of the reasons why we love the rugged beating heart of Wales, the Cambrian Mountains.… Continue reading

A spotlight on… Beili Neuadd B&B

Beautiful and tranquil, Beili Neuadd Farmhouse dates back to the 16th Century. Alison and David Parker have lived here since May 2010 and have re-discovered many of the original features of the house… Continue reading

Five Reasons Why a Holiday in the Cambrian Mountains is a Must in 2014!

2014 is the year to holiday in the Cambrian Mountains. There are few places in the UK that is so accessible and easy to get to yet offers something so different.  Visitors can expect… Continue reading

Wales’ Wildernesses – the Cambrian Mountains’ 6 nature reserves

Did you know there are SIX nature reserves in the Cambrian Mountains? It’s a little surprise when you consider the Cambrian Mountains has been a refuge for wildlife for centuries. The Cambrian Mountains… Continue reading

Top wildlife to spot in the Cambrian Mountains

The Cambrian Mountains is a great place to come and spot a variety of wildlife species, from extremely rare red squirrels to dung beetles! The region is home to a total of fifteen… Continue reading

Ten things you might not know about the Cambrian Mountains

Ten things you might not know about the Cambrian Mountains 1. Two of Britain’s longest rivers start in the Cambrian Mountains. The sources of the river Wye and Severn come from the Plynlimon,… Continue reading