Set in 80 acres of lush Welsh hills and woodland, Red Kite Barn is an unusual property with its sleeping and washing on the ground floor, and a light, spacious living area on the first floor. Three bedrooms sleep up to six people.
Built in 1896, The Metropole Hotel & Spa was originally the largest hotel in Wales upon completion. Still privately owned by the same family who founded the hotel, The Metropole remains the highest AA rated hotel in Mid Wales. The versatile accommodation offers a pleasing blend of old and new influences.
An elegant luxury country retreat, The Lake Country House Hotel & Spa enjoys a beautiful rural setting in the mid Wales Countryside. With a long standing reputation for excellence, the hotel offers a wonderfully calm atmosphere, courteous service and the utmost in comfort.
A real Welsh pub with rooms, The Nags Head offers that ever-desired authentic experience and delivers it to a T. Set in the picturesque Welsh village of Garthmyl, The Nags Head pub is full of tradition, with genuine hospitality, exceptional gastro-pub food and locally brewed cask ales, while the rooms offer a soothing…
This stunning, detached, oak-framed barn conversion is nestled overlooking the wonderful Powys countryside. The barn has been lovingly converted to provide spacious holiday accommodation and is set in expansive gardens from where you can enjoy the views and watch the red kites and buzzards whilst relaxing in the hot…
These two Welsh country cottages were originally built as a barn and cottage in the 17th century. They have been carefully converted, combining their interesting features with comfort, and making good use of pretty cottage-style prints, soft furnishings and some antiques, in keeping with their period character.
A quaint end of terrace cottage set in a quiet residential area of the popular mid Wales town, Llanidloes. Enjoy the modern conveniences on your return from a day exploring the local area. The property provides an ideal base for those who like to be close to the attractions of Wales and the borderlands.
A delightful, terraced holiday property in the small village of Dolfach just a 1.25 miles outside of Llanbrynmair. The area is popular with walkers and cyclists and is within easy driving distance of Machynlleth and the Centre for Alternative Technology,
Situated in the centre of the small historic market town of Presteigne, this delightful holiday cottage was originally part of a cider making farmhouse and has been restored to offer cosy accommodation, with wattle and daub and inglenook fireplace adding to the character and charm.