Father’s Day is coming up on the 17th June, so show your dad how much you love him with one of these Brecon Beacons experiences, gifts and meals out. Your only problem will be choosing which one to go for……
Treat him to an artisan hamper from Black Mountains Smokery
Their hampers range from £35 – £300 and they can even make up vegetarian hampers with smokedcheese, smoked nuts and seeds, scrummy vegetable crackers, hand stirred chutneys and jellies and artisan chocolates.You can order ahead over the phone or online for delivery or collection from the smokery on a day of your choice. They also have foodie Father’s Day Gifts available-here.
Take him on a scenic train ride at Brecon Mountain Railway
Bring your father with you and he can travel for the price of a child. Your dad whatever his age will enjoy a day out at the Brecon Mountain Railway, whether its reminiscing about steam trains, engineering, building or just a trip down memory lane.
Tickets for a show at the Theatre
We are lucky to have Theatr Brycheiniog on our doorstep, who have lots of different shows to take your dad along to. What about enjoying lots of free, live music at their Waterfront Cafe, browsing through photos at their rally exhibition or enjoying some comedy with Tim Key: Megadate.
Book him on a Whisky tour at Penderyn
Penderyn Distillery has one of the best visitor centres in the UK. Learn for yourself the history of whisky making in Wales as well as more general Welsh history in our exhibition centre. Discover the secrets of Penderyn Single Malt Whisky, Brecon Five Vodka, Brecon Gin and Merlyn Cream Liqueur. Find out more here
Take him on a foraging adventure with Brecon Beacons Foraging
Courses include half-day courses, running during the week and at weekends, including forage and refreshments, once-a-month seasonal half-day midweek courses, ‘Wild Wednesday, Botanical Gin Workshops, including 300ml of your very own unique blend, a cocktail and nibbles and forage From Your Garden; become familiar with the plants closest to home! More here
Buy him a gift voucher for adventures with Good Day Out
Our Gift Vouchers are redeemable against any experience or product on the site, and are great for for special presents and significant birthdays. Available in £5 increments, you can buy a voucher for the amount you would like, and it can be redeemed against any experiences and products on the site. The voucher will be valid for one year from date of issue. Great presents for birthdays, anniversaries, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day and Christmas! Vouchers can be sent by e-voucher for free, or we can print and post to you or the recipient for just £2.99 Buy a voucher here.
Creative Photography Wales Gift Voucher
If your dad is interested in photography but would like to learn more then why not buy him a Creative Photography Wales Photography Course Gift Voucher. They are available for all our Group and Individual Course Options run by professional photographer Nigel Forster.
Take him on a Guided Adventure
There are so many experienced tour guides here in the Brecon Beacons, who can really show you and your father everything this part of Wales has to offer. Check out our blog of some of the guides available here. Or why not learn all about the famous book town of Hay on Wye with Hay Tours, info here
Book a table at one of the Brecon Beacons finest pubs or restaurants.
Treat your father by taking him to The Felin Fach Griffin, with its top pub atmosphere and delicious locally sourced food or why not take him to whats said to be Wales oldest Inn, The Skirrid Mountain Inn for a decent spot for a pint! (Watch out for the ghosts though!) Take him to the welcoming Bear Hotel in Crickhowell, The Angel in Abergavenny or the charming and popular Plough Inn in Rhosmaen-there are so many to choose from! Find more choices to eat and drink here
Fathers go FREE at the National Botanic Garden of Wales on the 17th June
What better way to treat Dad on Fathers Day than by bringing him along for fun, games and relaxation at the Garden. Dad can also enjoy a free pint of beer (if he is one of the first 50 to ask, anyway) as well as drinking in the summery delights all around. More here.