Self-catering cottages for bird watchers in mid Wales

The Welsh countryside is alive with bird song.  Each part of Wales attracts populations of birds of a different mix.  Nothing delights bird watchers or twitchers more than to be able to get out of bed and enjoy birds on their own doorstep and in the surrounding countryside. 

Country cottages for bird watchers or twitchers in mid Wales


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secluded setting in private valley

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Sleep 2-4 in a luxury pine lodge - Wales

For avid twitchers how about a stay at Suran-y-Coed in Powys? With a setting next to beautiful countryside and woods, you can look out for buzzards or kites nearby and may even catch a glimpse of an Owl at night. Situated on a working farm which is nestled in stunning countryside in a private valley, this is a wonderful place to marvel at the wonder of nature.

This could be the perfect location for a peaceful bird-watching holiday in Wales.

Made from solid pine and with 2 bedrooms and an outdoor hot tub, this is a fantastic holiday lodge for enjoying a relaxing holiday with your friends or family. There is a large outdoor veranda so you can keep a look out for feathered visitors both during the day and in the evening.



Contact:  Telephone Chris on 01547 550 348 or click on a photograph of the log cabin/pine lodge to find out more about this beautiful rural cabin in Powys, mid Wales.
Sleep 10-20 in 8 bedrooms in Wales - perfect location for birdwatching


Perfect location in mid Wales for groups of bird watchers or outdoor enthusiasts.

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secluded location in the peaceful Welsh countryside

You are on the slopes of the stunning Cilieni Valley, deep in the Brecon Beacons, at the end of your own half-mile drive. Ducks cruise the pond; red kites patrol overhead. There are breathtaking views from this old converted barn. The young can swim in the river - it's quite safe - cycle or play tennis and football. Inside, all is light and large, bare stone, old oak rafters and A-frames and some new pine.

The Maughans deliberately aimed to make this conversion of an old hay barn and stables a real treat for families and a fun place for children; they also went to great lengths to preserve as many of the original materials as they could. Two huge doors made by local craftsmen lead into the bright, big sitting room into which the evening sun streams.

The bedrooms under the old timbered eaves although small are airy and simply furnished with good storage and breathtaking views; all the doubles also have a single platform bed for children. There's underfloor heating, lashings of hot water, a boot room and a drying room.  

Contact: Telephone Nicola on 01874 638949 or click on photograph for more information.


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