Find Mid Wales and Brecon Beacons Holiday Cottages in Powys
The Brecon Beacons form part of The Brecon Beacons National Park and cover a large area of Wales from Llandeilo in the west to Pontypool in the east. The Beacons sit in the centre of three main regions: The Black Mountains, Fforest Fawr and again the Black Mountains in the East. The area is a must for intrepid walkers, many choosing to stay in handily located self-catering accommodation. Many allow guests to walk straight out onto miles of moorland footpaths where it is great to let the dogs run free, but be careful to keep an eye out for the Welsh mountain ponies.
When you’re ready for a romantic break amidst the splendour of the Welsh wilderness, Sylvana is the perfect holiday home, a remote eco-friendly cottage in Powys, Wales, where one can disconnect from the bustle of city life, boasting a lovely conservatory, wood-burner stove, and fire pit.
Treetops is a large holiday cottage with a swimming pool located in the in the sleepy rural Monmouthshire village of Govilon near attractive market town of Abergavenny. It sleeps 17 and is perfect for large groups and for walking and cycling holidays in the Brecon Beacons and Black Mountains
This luxuriously furnished windmill in the countryside near Usk in Monmouthshire was built in 1813 and lovingly restored to create a large and quirky holiday cottage sleeping 12 close to the Brecon Beacons National Park. Pets welcome.
Set amidst fabulous Welsh countryside along the river AfonDulas, Capel Ebenezer near the village of Corris, Gwynedd, is a former church converted into a gorgeous child-friendly cottage with a games room, split-level interior with striking oak and wrought-iron staircase, and four spacious bedrooms.
The perfect family retreat nestled in the central Wales countryside, Barn Owl Lodge on the grounds of the Oakwood Lodges resort near the market town of Rhayader, Powys, is a child-friendly cottage that features open plan living space, two cosy bedrooms, private garden and hot tub.
Visit the Welsh highlands around the remote village of Llanddewi Skirrid, and stay at Millbrook Barn, a child-friendly, large countryside cottage on a working sheep farm, a lovingly furnished four-bedroom holiday home near Abergavenny with fabulous games room and two spiral staircases.
Rhulen Old Chapel sits nestled in a quiet valley at the foot of Rhulen Hill near the Welsh village of Paincastle, Powys, a former chapel converted in the 1990s to a four-bedroom countryside cottage perfect for family and friends on holiday, featuring two open fires and cottage-style garden.
Fairlea Grange is a superb, large and comfortable Victorian townhouse in Abergavenny sleeping up to 24 guests, in a perfect location for exploring the Brecon Beacons and the Welsh Marches. Facilities in this dog-friendly holiday home include a huge Home TV Lounge, Games Room, Hot Tub and Mini-gym.
Tractor Shed sits on a 20-acre hillside farm overlooking the rural Welsh village of Felindre, near Knighton in Powys, once a traditional stone barn, now lovingly converted into a dog-friendly holiday cottage, with spa bath, eco-friendly cedar hot tub, and exposed stone walls.
Brook Cottage is a secluded holiday cottage near Welshpool with ample, mature gardens and an expansive sitting area and panoramic rural views of this beautiful corner of Mid Wales. The pet-friendly cottage offers subtle elegance, contemporary style and the tranquillity of the surrounding woodland.
Draenllwynellen is a wonderfully rustic rural cottage surrounded by countryside in Montgomery, Powys. The stone-built cottage sits on a property with an orchard and enjoys wonderful views, and it offers exposed beams and tiled floors, plus a log fire, lovely gardens, open-plan design and seclusion.
Situated in the owner’s caravan park in the geographic centre of Wales, Ty Hafis a delightful stone cottage in the village of Carno, Powys, a pet-friendly cottage renovated into a stylish holiday home, featuring exposed beams, brick pillars, hot tub, and access to the park’s onsite facilities.
Offering beautiful views over the Severn Valley, Old Rectory Cottage in a sleepy, rural Mid-Wales hamlet is a large holiday cottage sleeping 14. This pet friendly property also has an indoor swimming pool and hot tub. Perfect for walking, cycling and fishing holidays.
Exposed beams and trusses, a timber-clad exterior and spacious rooms make this converted barn near Rhayader an ideal rural retreat for families and couples planning a walking or cycling holiday exploring Mid-Wales Take including the Brecon Beacons and the Radnorshire Hills
Top Farm House exudes rural charm. The Grade II listed 17th-century farmhouse in Knockin is surrounded by the Shropshire countryside and boasts original beams, uneven floors and antique furnishings, as well as a wood-burning stove, Aga, baby grand piano, four-poster bed, playroom & lovely gardens.
Ty Newydd is a large rural cottage near Cardigan Bay in Mid Wales, which spoils guests with extensive grounds and entertaining areas as well as a hot tub, a heated indoor swimming pool and games room. The spacious luxurious interior offers true relaxation with modern comforts and an open fire.
Shepherd’s Rest is a luxurious stone and wood cottage surrounded by open countryside near Llandyssil in Powys, Mid Wales. The pet-friendly rural cottage boasts glorious views and tranquillity as well as an open fire, a hot tub, extensive grounds, a sophisticated interior and serenity.
7evern blends tradition with contemporary style in a converted barn near the village of Caersws in Mid Wales. The rural cottage lies on Porth Farm and the light and airy converted barn offers families joyful décor and exposed beams as well as access to an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
If it’s stunning scenery you’re looking for, then the mid-Wales county of Powys and the Brecon Beacons have plenty to keep you content with the wonders of nature and history for as long as you choose to explore this green and pleasant county. In the Brecons, the Henrhyd Waterfall which drops 90 foot and the falls at Ystradfellte are as impressive as any you’ll find in the world. For lovers of geological features, visit the caves of Ogof Ffynnon Ddu either.
For those interested in outward bound activities, the Brecon Beacons have something for adrenalin-junkies, especially those desiring to mountain bike, canoe or wild walk the moors with far-reaching views across the Bristol Channel to the Somerset coast. Away from the Brecons, Powys is also a county of lakes, some natural others large reservoirs, all suitably idyllic for a waterside stroll or a spot of boating from Llangorse to Crig Goch.