This is fine walking country, ideal for a light stroll or an energetic climb. Owner, Joan Reen is a keen walker and has a selection of walks that she recommends. Sue Wilson, for those who fancy a guided walk, will tailor a walk to suit all abilities.
In the hills, the old drovers roads are still there and you can still see the ruts made by the cartwheels. The iron-smelting foundry in the quaint local village of Furnace dates back to the very early industrial revolution. You can follow the narrow country lane from Furnace up into the hills.
And don’t miss the beautiful “Artists Valley” (Cwm Einion) — the inspiration for Robert Plant’s (Led Zeppelin) Stairway to Heaven.
Ynyshir Hall is an ambassador to the prestigious Cambrian Mountain Initiative, inspired by HRH The Prince of Wales, to help sustain traditional Welsh communities.