The half moon


There are many activities for you in and around the area, both for the fit (or not!) to the super athletic.

Here are a few suggestions :-


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Sightseeing - ( Please see separate pull downheading)


Bird watching
we have counted over 50 species in and around the valley


A short walk to the top of the Hatteral Hill will bring you onto the Offa's Dyke path along which the boundary of England and Wales runs. From the top of the hill and on a clear day you can see 9 different counties and take in the breath-taking view of both the typical patchwork quilt landscape of Herefordshire and the counties beyond to one side and the rugged Black Mountains and Brecon Beacons to the other.

There are many walks from The Half Moon suitable for all abilities - We have maps and routes you can use , or there are many routes to download off the internet in preparation for your visit, this is just one of many sites:- .

The Half Moon is within 5 Km of the following long distance walks

Beacons Way (Brecon)158 km / 98 miles < 1 Km
Brecon Beacons Traverse142 km / 88 miles < 1 Km
Cistercian Way (Wales)969 km / 602 miles < 1 Km
Offa's Dyke Path National Trail 285 km / 177 miles 1Km Cambrian Way 441 km / 274 miles 2 Km
Cambrian Way Highlights 23 km / 14 miles 2 Km
Monnow Valley Walk 60 km / 37 miles 3 km

Llanthony also hosts the big black mountain challenge, one of many events locally. Not to be missed is our Llanthony show.

we are on the route 42 but for those with mountain bikes there are routes for the adventurous or not so adventurous, again there are routes that you can download in preparation

The Half Moon can also be used at a base for activities such as canoeing and climbing. Also see the above website.