Mid Wales is best known for its amazing and stunning scenery. But it isn’t just about the views – although the vast countryside, its hills and mountains, lakes and reservoirs, coast and towns and villages are hard to resist.

No, whatever your reason for wanting to escape on a short break holiday, you can be sure that Mid Wales had everything and anything you could possibly want:

  • Walking
  • Cycling
  • Mountain biking
  • Fishing
  • Golfing
  • Pony trekking
  • Eating
  • Relaxing

Okay, you get the idea and we’ll stop there as the list could well go on.

But one thing we’re very proud of is the ability to offer guests a break that is bespoke to them. And, unlike many other breaks, you can choose what you want to do, when you want to do it and how you want to do it.

Things to do

That’s because while we provide the luxury accommodation in what is a stunning part of Powys, here in Mid Wales, we have places to visit, activity centres, towns, villages, walks, cycle centres, paths, bridleways…… the list goes on and all literally on our doorstep.

From a Michelin star restaurant in Montgomery, the famous national Trust Powis Castle at Welshpool, the amazing Llyn Clywedog with its sailing, waling and cycling, through to the amazing beaches along the coast (and just 40 minutes away), including Aberdyfi and and the famous Ynys Las nature reserve where the BBC Spring Watch has filmed on many occasions.

We even have golf clubs galore for those who find solace on the greens.

For those who prefer the more relaxing break, there’s no need to stay in your lodge. Although in reality you could and just enjoy the five star facilities, including the amazing private hot tub.

Local places to visit

No, you could head out and have a potter around one of the local towns, such as Llanidloes, Machynlleth, Newtown, Welshpool or Montgomery. Even adventure into neighbouring Shropshire to see the historic towns of Shrewsbury and Ludlow.

Or there’s the coast and the towns of Aberystwyth, Aberdyfi, Borth, Barmouth and Tywyn, among many others just a short drive through the stunning Cambrian Mountains.

To the south we have the Elan Valley and a short journey further down is the famous Brecon Beacons. There’s even a famous literary festival at Hay-on-Wye.

All you need to do is visit http://www.visitmidwales.co.uk before or during your visit and you’ll find a whole host of places to go, things to do and people to see.

Or just ask.