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Birdwatching. We have an incredible selection of birds and nature in general at Woodhouse Farm and in the surrounding countryside, and regularly have 'birders' staying.
Fishing. The River Wye is just on our doorstep. It is one of the last remaining 'wild' rivers in the United Kingdom, and is renowned for its salmon fishing. The River Marteg, passing through Woodhouse Farm is a tributary of the Wye and an important salmon spawning river.
Canoeing. As with fishing, the River Wye is superb for canoeing. Water levels permitting you can start at the Marteg Bridge and canoe the short distance to Rhayader, or if you are feeling really ambitious all the way to the river's mouth at Chepstow!
Walking, Cycling, Mountain biking and riding. With miles of unspoilt and quiet lanes and tracks it is possible to come up with a different route every day. Glyndwrs Way, the Wye Valley walk, Lon Las Cymru and national cycle routes 8 and 81 are all close by.
Duke of Edinburgh awards. We have had numerous groups either using us as a base or for an overnight stop. Besides the bunkhouse, camping and the tipi are also available for this type of group.