Category Archives: Mid Wales

Five of the best challenging walks in the Brecon Beacons National Park

If you’re looking for a break where you’ll really get to stretch your legs, walking holidays in Brecon Beacons National Park definitely cover it, with the spectacular views you’ll find around every corner motivating you to keep putting one foot in front of the other.

Each of these walks is at least 7 miles long, offering hours of wonderful exploration and sweeping views which are well worth the challenging climbs.

Pen y Fan one of the mountains to scale on walking holidays in Brecon Beacons National Park

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Introducing Courtyard Cottage near Hay on Wye

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Courtyard Cottage

This former farm building standing on an ancient cobbled courtyard near Hay on Wye has been converted with grand style and creative flair.

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Large spacious living area with exposed beams

Exposed beams, timber floors, log burning stove and deep set, rectangular and round Georgian windows enhance the character and appeal of this lovely home, Courtyard Cottage near Hay on Wye. There is a charming secluded garden as well as a huge shared garden and the use of a shared games room ideal for rainy days. Continue reading “Introducing Courtyard Cottage near Hay on Wye” »

Introducing Courtyard Cottage near hay on Wye

holiday cottage near Hay on Wye

Courtyard Cottage

This former farm building standing on an ancient cobbled courtyard near Hay on Wye has been converted with grand style and creative flair.
holiday cottage near Hay on Wye

Courtyard Cottage has a wealth of interesting features

Exposed beams, timber floors, log burning stove and deep set, rectangular and round Georgian windows enhance the character and appeal of this lovely home. There is a charming secluded garden as well as a huge shared garden and the use of a shared games room ideal for rainy days.
holiday cottage near Hay on Wye

Books, books and more books can be found in Hay on Wye

The quirky market town of Hay on Wye is packed with book shops at every turn. It has a variety of interesting independent shops, holds a weekly Thursday market, has plenty of places to eat and drink and hosts the celebrated annual Hay Literary Festival in May/June and Winter Festival in December.
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Walking in the Brecon Beacons

The beautiful Wye Valley, Brecon Beacons National Park and Hereford are all within easy reach and offer outstanding scenic beauty, numerous and diverse attractions and activities for all. Visit ancient Tretower Court a well preserved medieval fortified manor house and learn how the ‘other half’ used to live! Look around restored Talgarth Mill that grinds the flour to make the bread, cakes and pastries on sale in the Baker’s Table cafe/shop overlooking the mill leat. Cycling, walking and canoeing are wonderful ways to explore and there is always the chance of spotting magnificent Red Kites soaring overhead.
holiday cottage near Hay on Wye

Courtyard Cottage has been converted with style and creative flair

Courtyard Cottage has wifi, sleeps 5 guests and welcomes 1 well behaved dog. For further information about this appealing holiday cottage near Hay on Wye click on Courtyard Cottage. Save Save Save Save

Introducing Cobble Cottage near Hay on Wye

holiday cottage near Hay on Wye

Cobble Cottage

Cobble Cottage stands in a picturesque cobbled courtyard north of the beautiful river Wye just 5 miles from Hay on Wye  ‘book capital’ . It was once part of the farm that served Maesllwch Castle, home to some of the most powerful and influential landowners of their time. Continue reading “Introducing Cobble Cottage near Hay on Wye” »

Adrenaline junkies, gourmets and book worms take note…

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The Brecon Beacons National Park

Mid Wales is a dream come true for adrenaline junkies, galloping gourmets and ardent book worms. This glorious green heart of Wales is like a miniature version of the whole country with its vast open spaces, accessible mountains, pretty market towns, shimmering rivers and lovely lakes. Continue reading “Adrenaline junkies, gourmets and book worms take note…” »

Have a holiday with all your family in our cottages in Wales

A holiday with the whole family or with a big group of friends can be so much fun, and our large holiday cottages, as well as some of our smaller cottages grouped together, make for the perfect place for a large group holiday.

stay in a large holiday cottage near Cardigan Bay

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Escape to the country in lovely mid Wales cottage, Hafan

361Live the life of the country set when on holiday in Hafan, a delightful Welsh cottage set in blissful bucolic surroundings on the banks of a babbling brook close to the tranquil mid Wales village of Llanerfyl. Continue reading “Escape to the country in lovely mid Wales cottage, Hafan” »

Get on your bikes in Cardigan Bay and have some fun

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Try out the purpose built cycle trails in Bwlch Nant yr Arian Forest

Keen cyclists staying in Cardigan Bay holiday cottages can look forward to exploring coastal paths dotted with fine beaches, leafy lanes, small market towns and pretty villages as well as challenging rides on purpose built cycle trails through Bwlch Nant yr Arian Forest. Continue reading “Get on your bikes in Cardigan Bay and have some fun” »

Choose Quality Cottages in Mid Wales and visit fascinating Powis Castle and Garden

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Powis Castle and Garden

Do you love rooting around in old buildings, letting your imagination run riot? Is your idea of heaven gazing upon ancient treasures accumulated by the landed gentry of years gone by? Can you picture yourself ambling around antiques, filing past fine furniture, pausing before magnificent paintings, skulking in old skulleries or romancing your loved one under a rose perfumed arbour? Continue reading “Choose Quality Cottages in Mid Wales and visit fascinating Powis Castle and Garden” »