Best Powys holiday apartments
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James' Place @ The Brecon BeaconsSet in Merthyr Tydfil, just 7 km from Cyfarthfa Castle, James' Place @ The Brecon Beacons offers accommodation with a shared lounge, water sports facilities, a tennis court and free WiFi. Boasting a patio, the holiday home is in an area where guests can engage in activities such as fishing and canoeing.Book now
The Kings Head HotelThe Kings Head Hotel is a former coaching inn set on the edge of Brecon Beacons National Park, in the historic market town of Abergavenny. The Borough Theatre is just next door and nearby Market Hall offers a wide variety of independent stalls.Book now
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The CelynSurrounded by Brecon Beacons National Park, The Celyn is a bed and breakfast set within a 300 acre working farm in the beautiful county of Monmouthshire. The property offers free private parking and free Wi-Fi is accessible throughout.Book now
Dolgun Uchaf Guesthouse with En-Suite BedroomsIn the Snowdonia National Park, a 5-minute drive from the market town of Dolgellau, Dolgun Uchaf Guesthouse with En-Suite Bedrooms is a farmhouse full of character offering views, well-equipped bedrooms and free Wi-Fi in the public areas. Free parking onsite is also offered.Book now
The Courtyard GuesthouseLocated in Abergavenny, 600 metres from Abergavenny Castle, The Courtyard Guesthouse provides accommodation with free WiFi and free private parking. The property is situated 13 km from White Castle, 14 km from Grosmont Castle and 19 km from Llanthony Priory. The guest house features family rooms.Book now
In the valleys of the Welsh-English border region, the county of Powys unites the cultures of both countries. Small villages and vast plateaus dominate the region, whose long history as a settlement area can still be seen today in the remains of the Stone Age and Roman times. Small market towns such as Brecon, Talgarth or Welshpool form the cultural and economic centres of the region, which have always served as meeting places for the rural population. An apartment in Powys offers you an insight into the traditional way of life of Welsh farmers and ranchers, whose rhythm of life has hardly changed for decades. Places like Llanelwedd, the small village with the unusual name, still radiate the flair of rural Wales as it looked 50 years ago. From a private accommodation in Llanelwedd you also have it not far to the Welsh Atlantic coast, because the village borders directly on the Snowdonia National Park with its spectacular mountain ranges. Also the coastal towns Cardiff and Bristol are not far away from Powys.
Far away from mass tourism: Apartments in Powys
Rural Powys is characterised by the deep valleys of the Welsh Highlands. Despite its scenic beauty, the county has remained largely undiscovered by mass tourism and has retained its original character. Although Powys does not border the coast, it is not far from some of the most spectacular destinations on the Welsh Atlantic coast, such as Snowdonia National Park northwest of Powys. South of Brecon also begins Brecon Beacons National Park, a rugged mountain landscape that you can cross on the 100-mile Beacons Way. The trail was inaugurated in 2005 when the National Park was included in the European Geopark network. The small market town of Talgarth is also located within the National Park. Holiday apartments in Talgarth are particularly popular with mountain bikers, as the adjacent Black Mountains are a paradise for cyclists. The border area around Talgarth also offers the best conditions for hiking.
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In the midst of the Welsh Highlands, Powys has a number of cultural attractions that you can discover from your private holiday home in Powys. The small market town of Welshpool is famous for its historic narrow-gauge railway, which has regularly covered the winding 14 kilometres to Llanfair Caereinion for over a hundred years. The medieval Powis Castle is also not far away and with its baroque gardens is one of the best preserved castles in Wales. In historic market towns such as Talgarth with its medieval town centre, you can get to know the daily life of Welsh small towns and learn more about the country and its people than most tourists can. An apartment in Powys gives you the privacy you wouldn’t have when couchsurfing in Powys. From the Welsh county you also have it not far to the port city of Cardiff, the country’s most populous metropolis. Book an Apartment in Cardiff now and discover the old university town with its medieval castle complex. You can also visit Cardiff’s English neighbor city Bristol on the opposite side of the estuary from here and explore the Exmoor National Park in the counties of Devon and Somerset from your Bristol Accommodation.