A break in Mid Wales offers a chance to enjoy some spectacular countryside and camaraderie with friendly and welcoming locals. Glyndwr’s Way is a stretch of 135 miles worth exploring, and whether you and your family and friends opt for a gentle stroll or a serious hike is up to you. Check out the MOMA Machynlleth, an art space offering Welsh paintings and sculptures that also hosts performances. The coastal town of Aberaeron has impressive Georgian architecture, amazing views, and delicious seafood. Our big cottages in Mid Wales provide the perfect springboard for a Welsh getaway for you and your favourite people.
Our cottages offer comfort and style for your break. Kitchens are equipped with everything you could need, and the living areas are cosy and relaxed. Some properties come with a hot tub, which means you can soothe tired muscles after a satisfying day of exploring. Many cottages welcome pets, so you can include your best friend in the celebrations.
Our cottages in Brecon, Builth Wells, and Crickhowell are equally great bases for a Welsh break. If you fancy a day of independent shops and cafes serving tasty food, head to Llandrindod Wells, the smallest and most charming town in Wales. Walk or cycle around Cardigan Bay, and feel inspired by the majestic beauty of the cliffs.
Best locations for a large cottage in Mid Wales
Discover more suggestions for a great Welsh getaway by looking at these destinations.