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The Forest takes its name from Afon Hafren (River Severn) which rises in a deep, blanket-peat bog, 800m outside its boundary, high above, on the slopes of Pumlumon. Almost immediately it begins its long journey to the Bristol Channel, passing first through woodlands of pine and spruce. It is possible to walk to the Source of the Severn from Hafren Forest. The Severn Way, Britain's longest riverside walk, begins at the Source. The attractive nearby market town of Llanidloes acts as a base for Hafren Forest, Llyn Clywedog and many other visitor attractions.
North Wales, UK
A beautifully renovated 18th Century Welsh farmhouse, Dolffanog Fawr is set in the glorious Tal-y-llyn valley in the south of The Snowdonia National Park. Guests can unwind and relax amid magnificent scenery and luxurious accommodation. Stunning view...