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Where majestic castles loom over perfectly manicured gardens and ethereal waterfalls emerge between each leap-carpeted trail, Powys is truly the picturesque heart of Wales. And best of all? It’s home to a large chunk of the Brecon Beacons National Park, where limestone caves and mossy mountains make for the perfect back-to-nature break.

So whether you’re taking a family trip on the Rhiw Valley Light Railway, or exploring the romantic grounds of Powis Castle, Powys is guaranteed to thrill. End your trip to Powys with a sunset visit to the gorgeous Lake Vyrnwy, not forgetting to pop by Wales’ highest waterfall, the enchanting Pistyll Rhaeadr before you leave.

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Holiday Cottages In Powys to Rent | Up to 60% Off

More Powys Cottages

Where majestic castles loom over perfectly manicured gardens and ethereal waterfalls emerge between each leap-carpeted trail, Powys is truly the picturesque heart of Wales. And best of all? It’s home to a large chunk of the Brecon Beacons National Park, where limestone caves and mossy mountains make for the perfect back-to-nature break.

So whether you’re taking a family trip on the Rhiw Valley Light Railway, or exploring the romantic grounds of Powis Castle, Powys is guaranteed to thrill. End your trip to Powys with a sunset visit to the gorgeous Lake Vyrnwy, not forgetting to pop by Wales’ highest waterfall, the enchanting Pistyll Rhaeadr before you leave.

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  1. steve

    Verified purchase

    "well what can we say apart from perfection.we booked this cottage for our sons 18th back in november and we were not dissapointed.there wasnt one thing that wasnt thought about and provided to make a throughly relaxing and enjoyable break.we never met the owners but spoke to them over the phone to confirm everything a couple of days before and was reasured where everything was, they were very pleasant to say the least.the lodge itself was so clean and inviting, you would never know that it was pet friendly. the hot tub was ready to go for us as soon as we arrived and to see that it was undercover was most welcome as the weather wasnt the best but that made no difference at all. the heating was left on full for us so that it was all nice and warm and toasty for when we arrived which was lovely.they even put a welcome pack in the lodge for us which astounded us with what was in it. they thought of everything, absolutley everything.the area itself is pure beauty, idyllic if you want peace and quiet.the verhanda was such a nice suprise as it was glased on one side with a nice piping hot radiator there so you can still sit outside when the weather is not at its best or like us if you have been star gazing in the hottub until 2am gone.as a self catering holiday you do not need to take anything apart from main food, as they leave cerial with a 4 pinter in the fridge as part of the welcome pack with toothpaste, toothbrushes, even a box of hero's for us as they knew it was a special occasion. these are just a few bits that was in the welcome pack.you had kindling and logs on arrival for the log burner.it was a mixed age group that went and it was totally enjoyed by all.they even had films recorded on sky for such occasions when the weather was bad if needed.each lodge is very private and you are not overlooked by anyone.over all we cannot say a bad word about the lodge or the people that run it. we will definalty be returning withot a doubt."
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  2. Sian

    Verified purchase

    "The cottage was lovely and very well equipped. The whole cottage was spotlessly clean and very comfortable. The welcome pack that was waiting for us was very much appreciated :)We took our small dog with us and the enclosed field right next to the cottage was perfect for him to run around on, the cottage is within an enclosed garden but as our dog is very small, he was perfectly equipped to fit under the gate and through a small gap in the hedge at one point, this is by no means a fault of the cottage, but our fault for having a ridiculously tiny and curious dog - other than that, it is very well designed for dogs and is very safe for them to roam around. There is no phone signal or Wi-Fi at the cottage and although this was a nice respite for a few days, I feel that it may benefit from Wi-Fi being installed as I have an ill elderly relative and if there was a need to contact me in an emergency, this would not have been possible. The only aspect of the cottage that I would suggest need to be reviewed is the shower facilities, we were aware that this was a very rural location and water pressure may be an issue, but there is absolutely no power in it at all, it was near impossible to get enough water to wash/rinse my hair. It was manageable for the few days we were there, but a longer stay may have been more frustrating. Over all we very much enjoyed our stay, the location is beautiful and we would not hesitate to re-book!"
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  3. Shahreen

    Verified purchase

    "The Great Carnal Granary was nice, cosy, spacious and well equipped. We especially loved the farm and spent most of our time looking at the sheep, the farmland and of course, walking. Local shops were just a short drive away, which was useful. The owner was very friendly and went above and beyond to help us. The enclosed garden was a blessing as our mischievous Jack Russell cannot be trusted off the lead.On the downside, the bathroom needed a bit of a facelift; the kitchen utensils needed to be replaced, and things like hand wash, clean scrubber needed to be provided. The river that ran across the mill was a hindrance, as we had to cross it by foot when it rained heavily. Wellies are a MUST! It would have been nice to be provided with a milk bottle for tea. It was an inconvenience to go out right after a long, tiring journey to the unknown, to get milk. It mostly rained whilst we were there, nevertheless, we enjoyed our stay."
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  4. Ian

    Verified purchase

    "Situated in a wonderful place and I could not fault the area. Knowing is was on a working farm made it more appealing. However: The water is a problem, or lack of it .. could not get a decent fowl, low pressure, even after following the instructions. Hot water was only there for a short time and having a shower was difficult bordering on impossible. The visitors book is full of complaints about the water, so this is not a new issue.The general cleanliness of the cottage was good, but the kitchen utensils left a lot to be desired. They looked like they had been taken out of an old house and looked grubby and dirty. If they were mine i would have replaced them a long time ago. This goes for the pots, pans and bowls. considering the cost for my stay i expected more. Nice place but needs some TLC on the basics."
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  5. Danielle

    Verified purchase

    "A lovely cottage in breathtaking surroundings. The cottage itself is modern, clean and really well equipped and the welcome pack adds that thoughtful extra touch. In a well-kept enclosed garden, which is ideal for the dog to roam around safely, the hot tub adds a sense of luxury. Great location for exploring Offa's Dyke and Glyndwr's Way as well as the nearby town of Knighton - the waterfall at Warren Wood is definitely worth a visit too! There is no mobile phone signal or wifi at the cottage but that just adds the the relaxation and tranquility. The only point we felt was possibly worth a tweak was the bed, which we found fairly uncomfortable, but that's more down to personal preference. Without a doubt, we wouldn't hesitate to book a 2nd visit!"
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