Off Site Activities

Bryn Tanat Hall is fortunate in it’s location – being on the Mid Wales and Shropshire border it is surrounded by breath taking countryside and is conveniently located to several famous tourist attractions, including all Seven Wonders of Wales.  For the sporting enthusiast’s we have so much choice depending on your interests.

Yr Wyddfa (Mount Snowdon) (1hr 55 mins)

The Welsh Mountains and their peaks, slopes and views attract artists, mountaineers and Olympic sportsmen – endless excitement!

Ironbridge World Heritage Site (45 mins)

A deep gorge, containing the River Severn in Shropshire, England. Famous for it’s building of the world’s first iron bridge.

The British Ironworks Centre (17 mins)

an award-winning family run destination, famous for incredible art, fabulous shopping, dining, and extensive sculpture parks. Home to the UKs largest collection of decorative metalwork and national projects.

Powis Castle (25 mins)

One of many local National Trust Propertirs, Powis Castle is a medieval castle, fortress and grand country mansion near Welshpool in Powys, Wales.

Chirk Castle (30 mins)

Chirk Castle was one of the several medieval Marcher fortresses sited on the Welsh-English border to keep the Welsh under English rule.

Erddig Hall (25 mins)

Erddig Hall is a National Trust property on the outskirts of Wrexham, Wales. Located 2 miles south of Wrexham town centre.

Wrexham AFC Racecourse (35 mins)

Wrexham AFC is Wales’ oldest football, owned by Hollywood star’s Ryan Reynolds (AKA Deadpool) and Rob McElhenney!

Pistyll Rhaeadr (20 mins)

Just 4 miles Llanrhaeadr-ym-Mochnant, the Pistyll Rhaeadr is an enchanting waterfall in the Berwyn Mountains.

Llangollen Bridge (35 mins)

Llangollen Bridge was the first stone bridge to span the River Dee, in the lovely village of Llangollen (a UNESCO World Heritage Site)!

Oswestry Iron Age Hillfort (10 mins)

An English Heritage owned site, Old Oswestry was built and occupied during the Iron Age and is one of the best-preserved hillforts in Britain.

Walking – Offa’s Dyke

Offa’s Dyke is 177 miles long, starting in Sedbury, Gloucestershire and finishing in North Wales in the town of Prestatyn.

Walking – Glyndŵr’s Way

Glyndŵr’s Way is another Mid-Wales trail, running for 135 miles in a loop through Powys, Knighton, Welshpool and Machynlleth.

Mountain Biking – Coed Y Brenin (1hr 10 mins)

Perfect for mountain biking enthusiasts, Coed-y-Brenin Forest is home to an abundance of fantastic handbuilt all-weather trails!

Mountain Biking – OnePlanet Adventure (45 mins)

At Coed Llandegla Forest, this UK leading mountain bike trail centre has something for everyone, no matter what your experience or ability.

Park Hall Farm (15 mins)

Spoilt for choice at Park Hall Countryside Experience, an award winning family farm park, with endless animal fun, action and adventure.

Lake Vyrnwy (35 mins)

Lake Vyrnwy is a reservoir in Powys, Wales, built in the 1880s for Liverpool Corporation Waterworks to supply Liverpool with fresh water.

Pontcysyllte Aqueduct (27 mins)

Pontcysyllte is part of an 11 miles stretch of stunning canal and countryside, spanning Wales and England, along aqueducts, tunnels and viaducts.

St Winefride’sWell (13 mins)

One of the seven wonders of Wales, St Winefride’s Well is a pilgrimage site, attracting tourists seeking healing in the waters of the well.

Brecon Beacons (2 hours 10 mins)

Offering miles and miles of wonderful walking, if you enjoy making the most of the great outdoors, you’ll love the Brecon Beacons.

Rednal Go Karting (33 mins)

Get your thrills at Rednal Go Karting with fun outdoor and indoor activities for all the family!

Golf (12 mins)

Llanymynech Golf Course is situated atop Llanymynech Hill, overlooking the villages of Llanymynech and Pant.

Horse Riding (12 mins)

Just 5 miles away, Penycoed Horse Riding Centre accommodates all abilities from ages 4 years upwards.

Clay Pigeon Shooting (16 mins)

Haimwood Shooting Ground is situated in unspoilt Mid Wales countryside, halfway between Welshpool and Oswestry near the village of Llandrinio.

Barmouth Beach (1hr 20 mins)

Barmouth’s location on the west coast of North Wales is arguably one of the most beautiful locations in Wales. The old town is well worth a visit.

Aberdovey Beach (1hr 40 mins)

Aberdovey is a popular resort in the small peaceful seaside village nestling on the north side of the Dyfi estuary.

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