Penycae is a tiny village in the Upper Swansea Valley in Powys, Wales. The village is perfect for holidaymakers seeking a peaceful country cottage getaway in a tranquil location. There is some stunning countryside that can be explored here, great for hiking enthusiasts or those looking for a relaxing stroll amongst wonderful scenery.
What Penycae Swansea Valley, Powys offers for Self-Catering Holidays
Get out and about to discover the nearby Cheshire plains and the wonderful rolling hills of Powys. This is excellent walking country and some people find the larger walking trails the best way to discover the beauty of the landscape. Offa’s Dyke National Trail can be joined near Wrexham.
If you enjoy visiting historical houses why not visit Erddig Hall, one of the National Trust’s finest country houses and parklands located in Wrexham. Also worth a visit is Chirk Castle, an impressive fortress located within the Welsh Marches area at Chirk.
For trips out, Wrexham in the Dee Valley is easily accessible by car and is just 5 miles from Penycae. Wrexham is worth a visit for its historical buildings, cafes, restaurants and the Pontcysyllt Aquaduct which is an official World Heritage Site. Also accessible for day trips is Chester which with its black and white historical buildings is a real gem. This city is just 16 miles from Penycae.
Self-catering accommodation in and near Penycae ranges from log cabins to country houses; some properties are pet-friendly meaning you can bring the family dog along to enjoy your country retreat as well. Have the very best of times in this part of Wales.
Book a Penycae Swansea Valley cottage and look forward to discovering some of the best of Powys on holiday.