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Handpicked Cottages in Powys

We have a wonderful range of holiday cottages in Powys. You can choose from a varied selection of family-friendly and luxury holiday cottages for your perfect holiday to this idyllic part of Wales. Choose from the many Powys holiday cottages we have on offer. Options include traditional or modern cottages, chalet lodges, townhouses, barn conversions, country homes and holiday apartments, meaning there is a property to suit everyone’s requirements and style.

Many of the holiday lettings boast luxury finishes such as hot tubs and log fires, and more! Additionally, many of the properties available are dog-friendly, which ensures every member of the family gets to visit Wales. The holiday cottages available in Powys sleep groups of 2 or more, making them a perfect choice for couples, families and groups looking for a Welsh adventure.

Guide To Powys

Located in mid Wales is the county of Powys. Gwynedd and Ceredigion sits on its borders, whilst the English counties of Shropshire and Herefordshire are situated to the east. Powys is a mountainous terrain, with pretty villages and towns dotted around. Characterised by its mountainous terrain, with pretty villages and towns dotted around, Powys boasts some pretty dramatic landscapes. With forests, lakes, reservoirs and countryside of Elan Valley, as well as the longest river in Britain, the Severn River. Delve into the history of Powys by visiting one of the many castles, or wander through the characteristic towns of Welshpool or Montgomery. Visitors particularly enjoy Hay on Wye for their cultural elements, such as the festival and the multiple quaint bookshops that line the streets.

Things To Do In Powys

• Fishing
• Walking and cycle paths
• Mountaineering
• Hay on Wye festival
• Steam trains

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