Llangadfan is a small village in the heart of Wales, best known for its traditional country dances. It lies in the county of Powys, with gently rolling hills stretching eastward towards the English border and mountainous Snowdonia National Park to the west. Llangadfan holiday cottages are a great option if you want to unwind in a typical Welsh community which remains largely untouched by tourism. As you wander into the village centre along the banks of the River Banwy, you will notice a number of historic landmarks including the medieval church of St Cadfan. The Cann Office Hotel dates back to at least the 17th century, when it was the village post office. It is now a welcoming pub serving local ales and delicious, locally sourced food, including 28-day-matured Welsh Black beef steaks and award-winning Snowdonia cheese.
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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.