The perfect rural escape
Cwm Pelved House is set in one of the most beautiful landscapes of the UK.
From the ‘North’
Leave the M5 south bound at junction 7 sign posted ‘Worcester South’.
Continue onto the A4440 Worcester ring road and join the A4103 sign posted ‘Hereford’.
Follow the A4103 to Hereford and remain on this road travelling north around Hereford on the ‘Roman Road’ (bypassing Hereford centre) passing the livestock market on your left.
At the next roundabout turn left onto the A480 for a short distance. Turn right at the next junction onto the A438 for ‘Brecon’ (there is Wyevale garden centre on left and car sales garage on right).
Continue along this road until you go through a little hamlet called Letton then you will reach the junction on the left sign posted ‘Brecon, Hay-on-Wye’ (A438). Keep on this road through Whitney on Wye and out the other side you will approach a Large black and white public house on the right called the Rhydspence. Continue for 1/2 a mile until you see a layby on the right, in some woodland.
Take the right turn in the middle of the layby and go up the steep hill. After 150m take a left turn over a cattle grid. Enjoy the extraordinary views of the Black Mountains and the Wye Valley. Cwm Pelved is at the end of the track.
From the ‘South’
Leave the M5 north bound at junction 18A onto the A49 sign posted ‘South Wales’.
Turn left onto the M4 travelling over the Severn Bridge (Toll road).
Take junction 24 onto the A449 sign posted ‘Abergavenny’ and ‘Monmouth’.
Turn left onto the A40 sign posted ‘Abergavenny’ travelling through ‘Crickhowell’.
A short distance after ‘Crickhowell’ turn right onto the A479 towards ‘Talgarth’.
Right at roundabout A438 through Three cocks on entering Glasbury turn left keeping on the A438 over the bridge crossing the Wye continue through Clyro village and then Bronydd. After less than ½ mile after Bronydd you will see a layby on your left, in some woodland. Take the left turn in the middle of the layby and go up the steep hill. After 150m take a left turn over a cattle grid. Enjoy the extraordinary views of the Black Mountains and the Wye Valley. Cwm Pelved is at the end of the track.