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Nature Reserve, free entry

Bailey Einon

Bailey Einon

Bailey Einon bluebells

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The site is shown as a woodland in the 1840 tithe map, with a small orchard near the kissing gate. The woodland is managed as a combination of high forest and coppice-with-standards.

A boardwalk leads you through the wooded reserve for about half a mile. Should you choose to go beyond the boardwalk, the ground is unven and steep in places. So stout footwear is recommended.

Open all the time

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Free entry

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Map reference: SO 052603  Lat: 52.23360 Long: -3.38897

By Road: Adjacent to Shaky Bridge, two miles north west of Llandrindod Wells.

The road from the town is Cefnllys Lane which continues past the Powys County Council offices. Stay on this road as it winds for a further mile and a half.

Car parking is available at the picnic site close to the river. The reserve entrance is marked by a kissing-gate immediately adjacent to Shaky Bridge. A boardwalk trail leads you through the undulating woodland.

Please do not park in front of the kissing gate or bridge. NGR: SO 083 613

Parking: free

Facilities

A boardwalk leads you through the wooded reserve for about half a mile. Should you choose to go beyond the boardwalk, the ground is unven and steep in places. So stout footwear is recommended.