Pet Friendly Holidays Powys
Powys is filled with glorious green landscapes and stunning mountain scenery. This area of mid-Wales is home to the Brecon Beacons National Park, vibrant market town centres, and an abundance of walks with your pooch, making Powys a great choice for happy hound escape in Wales.
- Llandrindod Wells, WalesAn excellent detached, stone-built former 18th century mill, next to a working farm, outside the hamlet of Dolau, eight miles from Llandrindod Wells. Over three floors. Hot tub. Open fire. Llandrindod Wells 8 miles.£127From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Brecon, WalesConverted to a very high standard with all you could need for that romantic break. Located in the small hamlet of Merthyr Cynog, the Cart House has everything for that perfect break, set on a private drive opposite the Norman Church of St Cynog and next to the owners property, The Old Vicarage. The owners run an Artisan bakery, and bread making classes can be arranged via the owner.
There are plenty of walks to be had from the cart house including the Epynt Way. Situated 8 miles from the historic town of Brecon, there is plenty to do in Brecon itself, with the Regimental Museum of the Royal Welsh regiment, as well as the theatre and cathedral. If you fancy taking things at a slower pace, why not take a barge trip along the canal?
The town is also the home to the Brecon Jazz Festival in the summer. Builth Wells is 11 Miles from the property and hosts the Royal Welsh Showground with its array of shows and events throughout the year. Surrounded by lush green countryside and open views with access to the Epynt Way close by, The Cart House is a fabulous base for those wanting to walk or cycle and explore. Shop, pub and restaurant 8 miles.£72From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Newtown, WalesThis exceptional, detached barn conversion provides spacious and very comfortable holiday accommodation with its own blissful hot tub, situated in a fully enclosed garden. Peacefully located just ¾ mile from the centre of Newtown, a bustling market town situated on the banks of the River Severn famous for its arts and music, with museums, art galleries and a theatre, as well as providing a wealth of shopping and dining opportunities. Cefnaire Isaf bursts with character, charm and facilities including a large projector/cinema screen with surround sound, perfect for family nights in. This is also wonderful walking and birdwatching country with numerous activities available nearby including golf, fishing and riding - a perfect location for exploring the borderlands of England and Wales, southern Snowdonia and Aberystwth’s seaside attractions. Shop, pub and restaurant ¾ mile.£319From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Hay-on-Wye, WalesThis beautiful end terrace period holiday property is situated in the centre of the popular border town of Hay-on-Wye and within walking distance of its amenities. World renowned for books and bookshops and its literary festival, it also has a newly renovated castle, traditional markets with local produce, art galleries, antique and independent shops, and great gastro pubs, restaurants and cafés. There is much on offer in the great outdoors with fishing, horse riding, cycle and canoe hire all available locally. Wonderful walking area with two long distance footpaths namely Offa’s Dyke Path and the Wye Valley Walk, both with stunning scenery of the beautiful border country. Brecon, Builth Wells and the cathedral city of Hereford are all within easy driving. You’ll find a small children’s play park within walking distance as well as stunning riverside walks, close by to the riverside beach, The Warren. On road parking is also available should there be more than 1 car. Shop 275 yards, pub 165 yards and restaurant 275 yards.£101From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Llandrindod Wells, WalesA delightful, stone-built barn conversion, two miles from the village of Hundred House. Woodburning stove, mezzanine bedroom with roll-top bath. Romantic retreat. Excellent walking and cycling. Builth Wells 6 miles.£63From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Brecon, WalesThis beautiful barn has been renovated to a good standard in 2019 and offers everything you need and more. As soon as you walk into this barn you will be wowed by its well thought out furnishings and quirky appeal.
The Old Cider Mill is nestled in the owner’s land opposite one of the oldest houses in Wales, orginally built for Henry IV as a hunting lodge. This barn itself dates back to 1402 and was built to produce cider for the hunting lodge when Owain Glyndwr, the only native Welshman to hold the title ’Prince of Wales’, was at war with Henry IV. Indeed, the property is thought to have been built specifically for him and there are many original features that have been retained.
The barn comprises of a large open plan kitchen/dining room with fitted appliances and a Rayburn oven. This then leads to a large living area with an electric fire. Upstairs is a double bedroom and a marble en-suite bathroom with a free standing bath.
There are some great views to be had from the patio area of the barn and some lovely wildlife ponds to look over. There is a wild rabbit that comes to visit and eat some of the plants by the barn. Some great walks are to be had directly from the property and lots of open space for your pets to run around, though please keep them on a lead when walking through livestock fields. Shop, pub and restaurant 2½ miles.£50From price per night based on 7 night stay