Golwg-yr-Aman forms part (3.5km) of the traffic-free riverside walk from Ammanford to Brynaman, a total distance of around 14km, and takes in historic chapels, cosy pubs, ancient memorial stones and the Amman United rugby ground!
Picnic tip: Enjoy great views down the Amman Valley as you enjoy your mouthwatering picnic from The Pear Tree Deli.
How to reach: This walk starts from the car park next to Bryn Seion Chapel, Glanamman.
Suggested walk: Golwg Yr Aman
Nearby deli for winter picnic provisions:
The Pear Tree Deli in Ammanford is well worth a visit for their signature sausage rolls alone! Packed full of quality meat, they are the best around! Other winter picnic favourites include cawl, hot pulled pork rolls and homemade brownies.
The Pear Tree Deli, Ammanford
Where to stay:
B&B- Beudy Bach Bed and Breakfast is a tastefully converted 200 year old barn on a small holding and situated about 4 miles from the end of the M4.
Self Catering- Nant Melyn Cottage is a small 160 year old welsh cottage located in the centre of the village of Brynamman, within walking distance to the local shop, the Black Mountain tourist centre, idyllic cinema and pubs. Located at the very top of the Amman valley, and on the very edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park. The cottage itself is one of the very first dwellings of the village and dates back to 1851. It has two bedrooms and sleeps up to four.