Location Mid Wales

Mid Wales Lodges

Sleeps (Min)
Beds
Features
Sycamore Lodge, Rhayader
  • Sleeps 6
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • Hot Tub
  • Underfloor Heating
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Ty Hiraeth, Llandyssil
  • Sleeps 4
  • Hot Tub
  • Wood Burner
  • Garden and Patio
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Shepherd’s Rest, Llandyssil
  • Sleeps 4
  • Hot Tub
  • Pet Friendly
  • Wood Burner
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Caban Nant Ddu, Rhayader
  • Sleeps 6
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • Hot Tub
  • Underfloor Heating
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Lapwing Lodge, Rhayader
  • Sleeps 8
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • Hot Tub
  • Wood Burner
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Felin Fawr Lodges, Llangurig
  • Sleep 4
  • 2 bedrooms
  • Hot Tub
  • Off Road Parking
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The Firs, Llanidloes
  • Sleeps 4
  • Hot Tub
  • Near Llyn Clywedog
  • Wi-Fi
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Best Things To Do In Mid Wales

Powis Castle is a magnificent medieval castle in Powys, Mid Wales. Built by a Welsh Prince, the castle is a fantastic place to explore. The beautiful castle and surrounding gardens provide hours of fun for the whole family. Inside the castle, visitors can explore the collections of paintings, sculptures and furniture as well as over 300 items in the Clive Museum. The garden has beautiful Italian terraces, statues, hedges and stunning views. There is also an outdoor theatre where you can watch live music, plays and more. And don’t forget to stop by the shop and cafes before you leave.

Ludlow Castle – Explore castle ruins at Ludlow Castle. The medieval site overlooks the River Teme and is one of the first stone castles to be built in the country. Visitors can explore the outdoor ruins and admire the stunning views. Once a Norman fortress and then a fortified Royal Palace, Ludlow Castle is rich in history and home to many popular festivals all year round.

Aberystwyth Cliff Railway takes guests up Constitution Hill which rises high above the sea providing magnificent panoramic views of Cardigan Bay and the surrounding coast. This is a fantastic way for the whole family to see the beautiful area of Aberystwyth on the longest funicular electric cliff railway in the UK. Visitors can take a ride to the summit for amazing views and explore the historical displays, gift shop, cafe and kids play area.

Glyndwr’s Way is a scenic footpath running 135 miles through the Welsh countryside. Explore some of the finest landscape and scenery through woodlands, farmlands, moorlands and forests of Mid Wales. Whether you’re planning a short dog walk in Powys or a long-distance walk through miles of the Welsh countryside, this is a fantastic part of the region to explore.

Cambrian Mountains are a series of mountains in Mid Wales. Once known as the ‘green desert of Wales’, this is a beautiful peaceful part of the region popular with hikers and ramblers. Located between Snowdonia and the Brecon Beacons, this remote part of Mid Wales has several trails to explore for great views of the rolling hills and mountains, lakes, waterfalls and wildlife.

Elan Valley is an impressive chain of reservoirs. The man-made lakes were created over 100 years ago to supply clean water to Birmingham. Visitors can explore the dams, reservoirs and surrounding miles of Elan Valley and admire the outstanding beauty and excellent civil engineering work. Elan Valley is a popular place to visit all year round for walkers, cyclists and photographers as well as tourists.

Brecon Beacons National Park is a wonderful national park in Mid Wales offering over 1,200 miles of public footpaths. Popular with walkers, hikers and cyclists, Brecon Beacons has a wide range of trails, activities, watersports, castles and attractions to enjoy. There are plenty of outdoor activities to take part in whilst visiting the Brecon Beacons National Park. Whether you want to try horseback riding, go fishing, star-gaze, rock climb or explore the limestone caves, the Brecon Beacons has it all.

UNESCO Dyfi Biosphere Reserve offers some of the best landscapes in the country. With a diverse array of wildlife and nature, there are plenty of sites throughout the year at the Biosphere Reserve. Visitors can explore the site via several walking trails where they can see beautiful nature reserves, grassland and marshes, woodlands, lakes and coastal paths.

Wales Coast Path – Explore the beautiful coastline by accessing the Wales Coast Path. The coastal path passes through Mid Wales from Cardigan Bay to Harlech and boasts one of the largest coastlines in the UK. Explore sandy beaches and coves, quaint villages and popular market towns and admire the scenic views throughout.

Aberystwyth’s North Beach is one of the best beaches in Mid Wales which is a blue flag and seaside award beach. Very popular with locals and tourists, the beach and seafront offer plenty of fun for everyone. Enjoy a day at the beach and explore the seaside town where there is entertainment on the promenade and the Aberystwyth’s Cliff Railway close by to admire the view from the summit of Constitution Hill.

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