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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

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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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What our customers are saying about our holiday cottages in powys to rent.

  1. Previous guest

    Verified purchase

    "This was an idyllic cottage in a quiet relaxing setting. The owners never intruded but were there if you needed them. Plenty of walks around the cottage. It was well equipped and homely, plenty of books to read and dvds for quiet nights in, and a few helpful bits like salt, pepper, flour, herbs/spices in the cupboard, and milk in the fridge. The bed was so comfy and large. Aberdovey beach was in close drivable distance and dogs were free to run on the right side of the beach. The Red Kite park and walks at Bwich Nant Yr Arian was fantastic too, but really with the amazing views and walks around the cottage area we didnt feel the need to go far. No mobile phone signal in the cottage, but you can get it up on the hill behind. Lloyney Inn had good down to earth pubgrub, the Radnorshire Arms which was also a good meal. All in all a wonderful cottage in a fantastic peaceful setting with friendly owners and locals. Would definitely book again. Aug 2011."
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  2. Previous guest

    Verified purchase

    "This is a cottage for people wanting to get away from it all. Apart from the owner who lives close by and who was very helpful and enthusiastic to ensure our stay was a good one, we never saw another living soul (perfect). My wife and I took our dog who came back to the cottage every day very wet and muddy (he loved every minute of it). The cottage is quite rustic and you have to learn how to use an aga and light fires, this all adds to the charm. The location is outstanding very beautiful and diverse. The weather was poor during our stay, in fact it rained all the time right up to the point when the car was loaded for the return journey, when the sun finally came out. Even this did not put a dampener on the holiday, the cottage owners come armed with a selection of wellington boots which you can borrow should you wish to explore the woods and stream, (it can get quite slippy under foot). Aug 2011. "
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  3. Pamela

    Verified purchase

    "On arriving after 5/2 hrs we were tired with dogs and a sick husband. it was agreed as I booked the cot and the senior of the party that I would look around and deal with the owner. He said things were complicated and would like to speak to my son and show him around. This was downright rude and disrespectful. It was not mentioned in the details that part of the cottage was a group of 4 terraced cottages with 2 dangerous sheepdogs sharing the joint garden and on a Main Rd. Misleading again. How would he have dealt with the situation if my son was not with me? I am 77yrs and have far more experience having had 18 homes. The TV was exactly like mine- the heater, fridge and heating was exactly like mine. I think he should put an age limit of the people that would book say- under 50. I have several business with far more cottages than he will ever own. Pamela Acaster who was the client not my son."
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  4. Pascale

    Verified purchase

    "The cottage is very original in its architecture; it is cosy, tastefully decorated, and kindly equipped with a great choice of videos, music, books and games. The beds, beddings, towels and kitchen equipment are all of very good quality. Nothing missing! The grounds are truly beautiful, with walks starting straight from the doorstep. For a child of our daughter's age (12), it was wonderful to roam freely and safely; she fell in love with the cats and dog who live there. Tom, the owner, is exceptionally helpful and friendly. The place is quite remote, with no phone line and a long drive to the nearest pub, but this was the sort of experience we were after. For us, the only downside was the weather, hot and humid, combined with the heat constantly provided by the Aga oven; at times, the rooms were a bit stuffy. But we would certainly recommend this place and will look forward to visit again."
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  5. Confirmed guest

    Verified purchase

    "We thought the cottage was hard to find: when we first arrived we thought we were in the wrong place and drove on. This was because one needs to park facing the side wall of the cottage, which looks a bit scruffy (though the rest of the cottage is not). The wall could do with a coat of paint - also a sign naming the cottage would help.Although the cottage was quite clean, we were surprised when the owner pointed out that the oven gloves were grubby (had dried food on) - then just folded them up and put them back! We would have liked a clean replacement.The owner was very anxious to explain everything about the cottage which did take some time, although he did make a useful suggestion about somewhere to visit nearby. We knew from previous comments that the cottage is on a fast A road - this not ideal but it does have a lovely garden. "
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