Visitors to The Upper Usk Valley:

We are very proud of our place in ‘God’s Own Country’ and if looking for recreation or adventure, you certainly won’t be disappointed. There are so many opportunities for all levels of walking, cycling and fishing with nowhere feeling too busy or crowded. Simply enjoy the space and big skies of the open countryside, day or night in what can be described as ‘the wilder and quieter side of Wales’.

Get a sense of the magnificent history and diversity of The Upper Usk Valley by exploring Roman Camps, wartime plane crash sites or a 5000 year old Yew Tree. All this in the incredible landscape of the Fforest Fawr UNESCO Global Geo Park.

If you just want to savour the ambience of The Upper Usk Valley then that’s fine too. Drop into one of many really great local pubs, cafés or tea rooms to sample wonderful Brecon Beacons hospitality and a hugely warm Welsh welcome.