PLAN YOUR TRIP
PLAN YOUR TRIP TO THE WHITE HART INN
Nestled in the heart of the Brecon Beacons National Park, Talybont - On - Usk is the ideal place to spend time exploring the stunning landscape on foot, bike or boat. Explore Talybont - on - Usk and shop for local produce, enjoy local eateries and relax in accommodation full of character, all accompanied by the warmest and most genuine of welcomes.
Monday - Thursday 11am - 11pm
Friday - Saturday 11am - 12:30am
Sunday 12pm - 11pm
FOOD SERVICE HOURS
Monday - Saturday 12pm - 8:30pm
Sunday 12pm - 7:00pm
HENRY VAUGHAN WALK
The metaphysical poet and musician Henry Vaughan was born in what is now Newton Farm. He lived much of his life in the area and drew inspiration from the environment around him.
He is buried in Llansantffraed Church just accross the Usk from Talybont. The popular Henry Vaughan walk starts by the side of our pub and is a gentle 4km stroll through the scenic, historic and poetic landscape, perfect for children.
There are herb gardens to discover, meadows and the River Caerfanell to cross. Look out for the Poetry Trail, posts and handles are a clue. Pick up your Henry Vaughan guide in our bar.
MONMOUTH AND BRECON CANAL
Why not walk to the next village along the canal with Llangynidr (4km) to the east and Pencelli (4.5km) to the west, or for the more adventurous walk all the way to Brecon (11.5km).
Pick up the canal food trail and plan your walk with refreshment stops! You can get a bus back to Talybont from these linear walks.
Visit River Strokes for all your kayaking needs while in Talybont - On - Usk!
Runs for 13km from Talybont-On-Usk to Trefil and was operational between 1815 and 1865. You can join it from outside of our pub!
Visit the website for more information
CYCLING AND MOUNTAIN BIKING
You bring the energy, we provide the backdrop!
Keen mountain bikers can enjoy The Gap route, a 38km red graded classic, exploiting a network of trails to take you over the central Brecon Beacons and descending on the rocky Roman road.
Intermediate mountain bikers can test themselves on the short but strenuous blue route that heads up the Brinore Tramroad, over the dam and through the village of Aber before climbing steeply to Coity Forest. Don't let the distance deceive you!
Families can experience some beautiful routes along the canal in either direction. To wear out your children you might choose the route that circumnavigates the Talybont Reservoir. A very steep climb, or walk if desired, is rewarded with an exhilarating 5 mile descent on the Taff Trail with commanding views of the valley below
Visit Bikes and Hikes Talybont - On - Usk for your bike hire needs while in the Beacons!
Our team welcome you to The White Hart Inn. We are located in the heart of the village of Talybont - On - Usk, adjacent to the Brecon to Monmouthshire Canal.