Powys Holiday Cottages

Anyone who appreciates natural beauty would be delighted with a self-catering break in Powys - rent a cottage or pine lodge

Powys is a beautiful country cottage holidays destination. The foundation for a satisfying holiday in mid Wales is good cared for holiday accommodation. It is essential to know that you will be greeted on arrival with a hearty welcome and a clean attractive cottage or pine lodge, with crisp sheets on the beds and thoughtful decor.  Obviously there is a scale of good basic holiday cottages up to truly sumptuous, depending on price, but that is up to each individual holidaymakers to decide. Powys is simply divine if you are the type of person who will be outdoors most of the time, you may not value luxury to the same degree as someone who prefers to spend a lot of time relaxing in a holiday home. People with dogs or children may prefer robust, less luxurious accommodation.

Rent a cottage or lodge in Powys that suits your personality

People are happiest on holiday when the accommodation meets expectations. This takes a little thought prior to booking that cottage in Powys that has caught you eye. Bear in mind the needs of the other members of your group. Never rent pet-friendly cottages if anyone is allergic to dogs or cats.  The main essentials are the right number of bedrooms and bathrooms and each holidaymakers will have other requirements. It could be a secluded location or alternatively accommodation near a pub. We are all have different interests.

Out and about on holiday in Powys

Few people choose a holiday to Powys simply based on the accommodation being lovely. Powys is famed for its numerous tourist attractions, ranging from monuments and museums to activities and recreational centres. It is home to several magnificent buildings like the Powys Castle and Garden which is recommended for a family visit during a self-catering holiday. The Spaceguard Centre, a working astronomical observatory is one of the most popular attractions.

The Centre for Alternative Technology (CAT) and the King Arthur´s Labyrinth are popular with tourists of all age groups. You can also visit the Pales Quaker Meeting House, Lake Vyrnwy Nature Reserve, Corris Craft Centre, Gregynog Hall and Red Kite Feeding Station on your self catering cottages break.

Powys is also home to several museums and galleries that have valuable paintings, collectibles and artefacts that reflect the rich culture and heritage of the destination. You can visit the Judge’s Lodging, South Wales Borderers Museum, Museum of Modern Art, Robert Owen Museum and Andrew Logan Museum.

There are many activities like riding at Golden Castle Riding Stables, which you can enjoy doing during your country cottage holiday. Moreover, there are many golf clubs spread across different parts of the destination, like Brecon, Builth Wells and Welshpool. The Llanymynech, Cradoc, Brecon, Derllys, Summerhill, Knighton, Palleg and St. Idloes Golf Course are frequented by tourists year-round. Besides, you can enjoy the Black Mountain Activities and the Hawksdrift Falconry Experience.

There are many other interesting things that you can do during your cottage holiday, such as attending the famous Brecon International Festival of Jazz and Royal Welsh Show. With so many endless attractions, you can have a really enjoyable time during a country cottages holiday in Powys.  Also within the south of Powys is the renowned Brecon Beacons.  We trust you will enjoy finding a cottage in Powys on Country Cottages Online.

Popular Property Types in Powys

Looking to book a hot tub holiday house in Powys for a truly relaxing break? Or need to find pet-friendly accommodation in Powys for a pet-friendly holiday? Or maybe you want to book a luxury holiday cottage, a romantic cottage or a large holiday house for a group of friends and country house home looking to holiday in Powys. Popular types of holiday cottages in Powys include:

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Frequently Asked Questions about Powys

Whether you want to rent a holiday cottage, a log cabin or a glamping accommodation, Powys is a wonderful area of Mid Wales to discover on a cottage holiday. Guests choose to holiday in Powys because of the inspiring landscape and rural areas, delightful towns and villages including Brecon, Crickhowell, Hay on Wye, Knighton, Llandrindod Wells and Llanidloes and the area's unique tourist spots, sightseeing points of landmarks.
Some of the top attractions in Powys Visit the great beaches in this area - the glorious golden sands of Aberdovey are only 35 minutes by car. Cader Idris mountain is only 30 minutes - many of our guests have climbed up the winding paths to the summit. There are many places of natural beauty and historic interest to visit.: Castles, nearby Powis Castle - Capability Brown designed the magnificent gardens and Clive of India lived there,, Edward I castle overlooking the Severn Valley near Newtown, Montgomery Castle, further afield Harlech and Criccieth Castles are worth visiting. Bodnant Garden is stunning with the multi coloured rhodendron and azalea ravine a picture in spring. 3,000 year old standing stones where skylarks rise singing to the heavens. Centre for Alternative Technology is only 25 minutes away. Craft Centres and artisan shops. King Arthur's Labyrynth, where they take you through underground caverns in a boat whilst telling you all the Arthurian legends (he is linked to this area). There are beautiful lake and mountain drives that will take your breath away.
Some of the top activities in Powys are clay pigeon shooting, mountain biking, walking
Country Cottages Online features 31 holiday cottages in Powys for you to choose from, including dogs-allowed, family-friendly as well as a good number of rentals with onsite leisure facilities to help you relax and facilities to keep you entertained on holiday. Prices for cottages in Powys range from £320 to £7650 per week.