Beulah, nestled right in the heart of Wales is home to the modern and welcoming Trout Inn. Rooms here are all en-suite and comfortably sized. There is a wide choice of tasty home cooked food on offer and a good selection of wines and house ales to choose from.
A cheery welcome from Colin awaits horses and riders up at Celsau Farm where the horses have a lush overnight field overlooking the picturesque parish church Eglwys Oen Duw built in 1867. Come the morning and after a fine Welsh breakfast riders can pack into their saddlebags a well prepared packed lunch.
Why not get your flask filled with some hot refreshing tea too? Trans Cambrian riders will be most grateful for this warming drink come midday as on leaving the Trout Inn they are embarking on the longest day of their journey; a wild and remote ride leading to Pontrhydfendigaid, taking in the quaint village of Abergwesyn, fording streams and exploring forestry tracks.