Kerry Vale Vineyard was established in 2010 on land which once formed part of a Roman Fort and associated settlement and this family business has flourished ever since. Three varieties of vines are grown on the six acre site and great care is taken in the selection and cultivation of the fruit. Examples of archaeological artefacts discovered on the site are also on display covering a period of occupancy dating back to the Bronze Age. As well as the vineyard tours and tasting sessions there is a café where you can sample the wines along with a delicious cheese platter or indulge in a traditional high tea. The Cellar Door Shop is housed in a purpose built building inspired by an old Dutch barn that once graced the farm. There are plenty of wines to choose from here as well as a selection of locally produced gifts, hampers and other food items. Gift wrapping is also available if you are purch...
National Cycle Museum
For all bike enthusiasts, a visit to the National Cycle Collection is a must. Handily situated in the Victorian Spa town of Llandrindod Wells, the museum is home to 100s of cycles dating from 1819 to the modern examples. Displayed in period settings along with the accompanying accessories of the time and with exhibitions of rare bike components there is plenty to spark the imagination. Friendly volunteers will be on hand to answer any questions you have and even if you don’t think you are interested in bikes the social history element of the museum is fascinating. Children are encouraged to produce pictures of their favourite bikes with paper and pencils supplied free of charge. Dogs are very welcome to accompany their owners in to the museum and the staff also offer a free UV security marking service for your own bike. The museum is usually open on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays betwee...
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