The stunning lakes, waterfalls, vales, hills, mountains and heritage coast of Mid Wales are perhaps the country's best kept secret. Yes you probably know about the wild and beautiful Brecon Beacons National Park and possibly the twinkling stars of the Dark Sky Reserve. You may even know about the successful reintroduction of magnificent Red Kites once considered a rare sight but have you heard of the Bog Snorkelling Championships and Man V Horse Marathon based in Britain's smallest town Llanwrtyd Wells. Have you ever been to Britain's 'book capital', Hay on Wye, where book shops are back to back along the main street and huddled around the castle. Then there is the Abergavenny Food Festival, a showcase for all that is excellent about food from field to fork. Summer goes with a swing at the Brecon Jazz Festival. Oh! Did I remember to mention fishing? The meandering scenic beauty of the salmon and sewin (sea trout) filled Rivers Usk, Wye and Dee is breathtaking and not much changed since William Wordsworth and JMW Turner immortalised them in words and paint. Explore by car, bicycle, on foot, horseback or canal barge. Discover boutique shopping in pretty market towns. Eat delicious local produce in stylish restaurants and country pubs. Enjoy the peace and tranquility. Choose a Mid Wales country cottage and discover Cambria's secrets for yourselves.