After one of the wettest summers in memory we have had a glorious September and October, although it has started to become a little moist over the last few days. We’ve been busy uncovering some local trails and taking some direct action where necessary to help make them more rideable. Just don’t tell anyone.
As well as the wonderful natural riding, we also have some of the UK’s best trail centres on our doorstep. With so many trail centres within easy reach you could ride a different one every day in a week and as these trails are manmade, they’re rideable all year round. My favourite is Coed y Brenin as it has something for everyone from the family friendly Afon trail to the twisty and rocky Tarw Du. We have friends staying with us this week. Three children aged 2 – 10, two parents and one loony Jack Russell. We’re planning a day at Coed y Brenin riding, walking, running, swimming (dogs only) and enjoying the cafe.
We’ve teamed up with our friends at Stori to offer our guests tickets to their Meet the Brewer evenings on 4 November and 2 December. It’s a chance to meet the brewer, learn about the hops, malts and the inspiration behind the brews. And drink some beer.
The first one – Wild Horse brewery from Llandudno – is only a couple of week’s way so you’ll need to book by 26 October.
Send me an e-mail if you’re interested.
Why not visit Ty Beic with some friends and book both cottages? 5% discount if you do.