Powys

Powys may be the largest county in Wales, but it is also the least densely populated with vast tracts of wild and beautiful moorland in north, mid and south Powys such as the scenic Elan Valley or the stunning and wild Brecon Beacons. Powys is predominantly a rural area covered in small traditional family farms offer delightful farm cottage holidays in beautiful secluded locations. The unspoilt, quiet and undeveloped nature of the area makes it a truly inspiring place to walk, cycle, birdwatch, experience traditional farming and other outdoor activities. There are no urban conurbations in Powys, just small and sleepy market towns such as Brecon, Rhayader and Machynlleth. Visitors come to the county for its fantastic landscapes, quiet roads, small scale attractions, wonderful wildlife and a friendly welcome.

Sleeps
11
Bedrooms
5

The character and location of Y Sgubor are delightful. The large rural cottage in Mid Wales is situated near Llangynog with superb views of Pennant Valley as well as charming décor, modern fittings, outdoor hot tub, sun-trap patio, open fire and five thoughtfully decorated bedrooms. Pets welcome.

Sleeps
15
Bedrooms
6

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.

Sleeps
5
Bedrooms
2

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

Sleeps
Bedrooms
2

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.

Sleeps
2
Bedrooms
1

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.

Sleeps
4
Bedrooms
2

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.

Sleeps
6
Bedrooms
3

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.

Sleeps
6
Bedrooms
3

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.

Sleeps
2
Bedrooms
1

This detached barn conversion is located near Presteigne in a secluded valley on the borders of Wales, Herefordshire and Shropshire. It offers spacious accommodation on a single level. Locally there are many countryside walks and two bicycles are included.

 Powys may be the largest county in Wales, but it is also the least densely populated with vast tracts of wild and beautiful moorland in the north, mid and south of Powys, such as the scenic Elan Valley and the stunning and rugged Brecon Beacons. Powys is predominantly a rural area covered in small traditional family farms that offer delightful farm cottage holidays in beautiful secluded locations. The unspoilt, quiet and undeveloped nature of the area makes it a truly inspiring place to walk, cycle, birdwatch, experience traditional farming and other outdoor activities. There are no urban conurbations in Powys, just small and sleepy market towns such as Brecon, Rhayader and Machynlleth. Visitors come to the county for its fantastic landscapes, quiet roads, small scale attractions, wonderful wildlife and a friendly welcome.