In a peaceful setting just outside Builth Wells, Trecoed is a working farm offering a warm welcome, comfortable en-suite rooms and an excellent Welsh breakfast. An ideal base for exploring Mid Wales and the Wye Valley.
A very comfortable, well equipped first floor converted granary apartment set in a small, peaceful rural hamlet. It has a wood burning stove, sunny balcony, beautiful riverside garden and 10 acres of fields.
AVAILABILITY THIS WEEK. A cosy cottage full of character, converted from old stable retaining oak beams and stone walls. Ideal base for exploring Brecon Beacons. Relax with lovely log stove in the lounge. Romantic / walking holidays. 2 pers/7nts/£500
On the outskirts of Builth Wells, 2 stone converted former farm barns. One with 3 bedrooms and 3 wet rooms, and a wood burner. One with one bedroom. Both have their own private hot tub. Panoramic views from the cottages. Childrens' outdoor play area.
A delightful detached barn conversion in the centre of the small, peaceful village of Abbeycwmhir, in the lovely Radnorshire Hills of Mid Wales. Glyndwr's Way national trail and Cycle Route 25 run through the village.
The cottage nestles in the Radnorshire hills in the picturesque, historic village of Abbeycwmhir on Glyndwr's Way national trail. The surrounding area is perfect for walking, cycling, exploring Mid Wales and seeing nature at its best. Wifi available.
The Elan Hotel, Rhayader is set in spectacular countryside in Powys, Mid Wales. Situated in the centre of town, nestled on the banks of the River Wye and with the throw of a stone assuring a splash in the Elan Valley lakes.
The ultimate holiday cottage destination. Situated in the wilderness, totally secluded, spectacular views and perfect for any occasion. Style and comfort tucked in the Black Mountains with a proper old cosy wood burning fire.
This is the perfect place to stay if you are looking for comfortable, well equipped self catering accommodation from which to explore the outstanding beauty of the largest remaining area of wilderness in England and Wales, be it on foot, bike or by car.