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For a peaceful holiday surrounded by idyllic countryside and rural bliss, Mid Wales is the perfect destination. With a pretty coastline, a stunning National Park and a wonderful collection of picture postcard towns and villages nestled along the banks of rivers and in the rolling green landscapes of seeping valleys. If you enjoy walking, then you’ll be spoilt for choice with places to trek in Mid Wales, from the rolling valleys of Powys, the heights and summits of the Cambrian Mountains, and everything else in between. Mid Wales is also home to the charming town of Ceredigion, and a stretch of the stunning Cardigan Bay stretch of coastline. With award winning beaches and a beautiful coastline that inspired national poet Dylan Thomas’ work, the Mid Wales coastline is a must see during your next cottage holiday.
Our holiday cottages in Mid Wales are the perfect destination for a family holiday or with a group of friends, as you’re always within easy reach of a beautiful beach or a stretch of stunning scenery for a nice walk and a picnic. Kids will love to try and spot dolphins and seals along Cardigan Bay, or visiting the tumbling Devil’s Bridge Waterfalls and you're never too old to enjoy a ride on a steam train at the Vale of Rheidol Railway. For romantic holidays, come to Mid Wales and enjoy life in the slow lane; take romantic strolls along the edge of a canal, stop for a cuppa in a little tea room, or grab a comfy blanket and lie back to watch the stars in Wales’ first International Dark Skies Reserve, the Brecon Beacons.
So Many Ways to Go
There is a myriad of paths and trails criss-crossing across Mid Wales offering everything from tough multi terrain challenges to gentle country strolls and all that comes in between. Tackle the Cambrian Mountain Range for an exhilarating experience of epic panoramic views, and breathe deeply from the fresh mountain air. Or explore the ancient Offa’s Dyke National Trail, an ancient earthen mound that still marks the 8th Century border between Wales and England. Of course, there are plenty of shorter walks too; many are accessible for wheelchair users, pushchairs, and those with limited walking abilities. Waymarked walking routes include the Severn Way, the Brecons Way, Glyndŵr's Way, and the Epynt Way, there really are so many ‘Ways’ to choose from!
Enjoy a natural way of life in Mid Wales, relax with the unhurried and tranquil pace of life in a naturally beautiful region of wide open green spaces, nature reserves bursting with thriving wildlife, and tumbling waterfalls flowing in babbling rivers. Mid Wales is home to the country’s only UNESCO Biosphere Reserve in the Dyfi Valley, a beautiful landscape that cradles the edges of Powys and Snowdonia. There is a true emphasis on a green life here, not just because that’s the colour of the landscape, but because the area is home to several areas of outstanding ecological importance plus the Cors Dyfi Nature Reserve. There are also plenty of other Nature Reserves dotted around the region to visit too, from Claerwen in the limestone cliffs above Crickhowell to the spectacular RSPB reserve around Lake Vyrnwy with beautiful woods and hills to walk through, don’t forget to bring your binoculars!