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Holiday Centre for the Disabled – Aberaeron
Ty Glyn Davis Trust
A unique holiday venue providing self catering holiday accommodation, which is fully accessible for groups, organisations and families whose members have special needs. The Centre sleeps up to 15 people and is fully accessible to wheelchair users.
Traditional farm cottage near Lampeter
A romantic luxury traditional stone cottage on a working smallholding overlooking the Upper Teifi Valley - an idyllic setting on the southern edge of the Cambrian Mountains, surrounded by beautiful countryside - opportunities for walking and birdwatching.
Gypsy caravan glamping in the Black Mountains
Two beautiful bow-top gypsy wagons beside the Black Mountains. Each wagon in a private pitch with a fire pit, outdoor kitchen and compost loo, towels and linen. A welcome hamper, warm welcome and that all important access to a flush loo, hot shower.
Self catering barn conversions near Welshpool
Llanoddian Isaf Cottages
Two converted barns, sleeping 11 in total, luxuriously decorated with stunning views. Close to Lake Vyrnwy and Powis Castle, within easy driving distance of beach, narrow gauge railways and many other attractions. Wheelchair accessible.
Self catering log cabin near Rhayader
The Lodge is in the quiet, tranquil village of St Harmon, just outside the historic market town of Rhayader in mid Wales. Rhayader is also known as the home of the Elan Valley reservoirs. Includes a hot tub, log fire and Sky tv with movies and sport.
Farmhouse B&B near Llandrindod Wells
Come and enjoy bed and breakfast at Wernhir Farmhouse. We are within 8 miles of the stunning Elan Valley and a short drive from the Royal Welsh Showground in Builth Wells. A great area for walking, cycling, Red Kite spotting and golf. Wifi included.