things to do


Things To Do

Mid Wales has a huge variety of indoor and outdoor attractions for you to enjoy whilst staying at the Metropole.

Outdoor Activities in Wales

From indoor children attractions such as Quackers to mountain biking in the Elan Valley or watching the Kite feeding at Gigrin Farm there is something for everybody to enjoy.

There are lovely walks around the town and much to do in the surrounding areas.

From exploring our local walks, to pony trekking in the Brecon Beacons National Park, to canoeing down the River Wye or paragliding in the Black Mountains, there is something for everyone to enjoy.

Why not order a packed lunch to enjoy on your adventure. Includes;
• round of sandwiches on white or granary with various fillings to choose
• Tyrrells crisps
• Kit Kat
• bottled water
• fruit
• biscuits
Priced at £7.50 per person, including VAT (subject to change)

Ideas this November

Take a trip to the Otter Hide at Gilfach Nature Reserve this November and hopefully catch a glimpse of leaping Salmon. There has been one or two sightings already reported last week.
At the Elan Valley on the Village Green is the annual Bonfire and BBQ on the 5th Nov from 7pm.
Take a festive journey around Hay-on-Wye and see Christmas Tree Decorating at Hay Castle on 19th Nov
The Hall at Abbey-Cwm-Hir is now fully adorned with festive decorations in all their rooms leading up to Christmas.
See the illuminated Gardens at Powis Garden 25-27th November
Winter Fair at Royal Welsh Showground on 28-29th Nov


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