There are a number of activities in and around Beulah, for those looking to relax, for culture or even excitement.
If you seek relaxation and fresh air, there are a number of scenic walks in and around the local village. What we call The Drover’s is the perfect excursion for a keen but amateur wanderer. It follows the drover’s path (along which farmers would drive livestock like sheep or geese to market, to Abergwesyn and beyond) then loops into a little valley and back home in less than two miles.
There are plenty more routes for more or less adventurous or fitness-concerned people – we are happy to provide local maps for reference. Tyrannell is also in driving distance of the Brecon Beacons, one of the prime hill-walking locations in Wales.
By the evening you may wish to enjoy a pint of Welsh ale from the Trout Inn, the village pub, only a few minutes walk from Tyrannell.
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