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If you want to escape the rat race and settle into a quieter pace of life, Dan Y Coed and Llanidloes offer you a warm welcome in friendly, green and pleasant land.
Nearby are hills, mountains, rivers and the coast. Something for everyone.
Eco brownie points:
We have insulation, fair trade tea and coffee, eco friendly washing up and recycling.
from £52 / night
2 nights min stay
Trelawney is a detached barn conversion with a private terrace and views towards the impressive crags of Llangattock Mountain. There is an open plan lounge/dining/kitchen with a log burning stove and large patio doors leading to the private terrace.
A tranquil spot in the Brecon Beacons above Crickhowell with its lovely collection of pubs, cafes and shops.
from £50 / night
£349 - £543
3 nights min stay
Luxury 2-bedroom self-catering barn near Crickhowell in the Brecon Beacons National Park, with stunning views of the River Usk valley, Crickhowell and the Black Mountains, including Sugar Loaf and Table Mountain.
Well-equipped, modern, high-quality barn. 2 bedrooms. Open-plan downstairs - underfloor heating throughout.
from £48 / night
£335 - £735
Luxury cottages in secluded Vale of Kerry. 4 Cottages, Period features, wood burning stove, gardens, games room, tennis court, pets welcome and children of all ages. 1 mile village pub, Secure lockup, WiFi. Hot tub. Kerry Ridgeway, Offa's Dyke, Montgomery castle.
Luxury cottages, hot tubs, wifi, log burners, tennis court, games room, peaceful location.
from £36 / night
£250 - £595
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Stay in a rural Welsh cottage in this unspoilt part of Wales and explore the Black Mountains or the Brecon Beacons National Park, where you can scale the two highest peaks in southern Britain and discover a vast range of flora and fauna. Perfect for a walking holiday, Powys offers outdoor activities for all, from fishing to climbing. Culture vultures can visit numerous stunning historic sites, notably Powys Castle and Montgomery Castle, or head to Hay-on-Wye for the famous annual literary festival. Builth Wells is home to the popular Royal Welsh Show, while Knighton is the ideal base from which to explore the intriguing Offa’s Dyke, the historical border between England and Wales. Rent a self-catering holiday home in picturesque Machynlleth or Crickhowell – great for exploring Powys’s dramatic landscapes and fascinating history.
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