Powys Lodges & Holiday Parks

Journey into the heart of Wales and discover the captivating beauty of Powys. This enchanting county, with its rolling hills, ancient castles and quaint market towns, offers a truly quintessential Welsh holiday. Explore the rugged landscapes of the Brecon Beacons National Park, where majestic mountains, cascading waterfalls and serene lakes await, or discover the breathtaking scenery of the Elan Valley, with its peaceful reservoirs and clear night skies that are perfect for stargazing. Powys is a destination that invites you to slow down, connect with nature and immerse yourself in the timeless beauty of Mid Wales. Embark on scenic hikes, breathe in the fresh mountain air and lose yourself in the tranquillity of nature, or discover the picturesque streets and proud Welsh culture in towns like Llandrindod Wells, Llanidloes and Crickhowell. Our Powys holiday homes are set in breathtaking locations, from cosy log cabins in woodland retreats to spacious lodges with amazing views of the picturesque countryside. Plan the perfect romantic getaway at one of our hot tub lodges, a memorable escape with friends at one of our luxury cottages, or a fun family getaway at one of our holiday parks, where facilities range from indoor swimming pools and games rooms to spas and golf courses. Even better, many of our accommodation options are dog friendly, meaning your canine companion gets to join in the fun too!

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Dog friendly lodges in Powys

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Holiday parks with hot tubs in Powys

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Dog friendly holiday parks in Powys

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Things to do in Powys on your holiday in Wales

Soak up natural beauty in the countryside...
Being the largest county in Wales, there are plenty of things to see and do in the Powys countryside, from exploring the caves and peaks of the Brecon Beacons National Park by day to stargazing in the Elan Valley by night - a designated International Dark Sky Park due to its low light pollution. Keen birdwatchers should head to Gigrin Farm, a working farm and popular red kite feeding station near Rhayader, while wildlife enthusiasts will delight in the diverse flora and fauna along the River Wye in the Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Explore the county via the many miles of cycle routes and walking trails, including Offa's Dyke Path and Glyndŵr's Way, or hop aboard the Brecon Mountain Railway for a nostalgic steam train ride through the Welsh countryside. The region is peppered with pretty villages and market towns, so when you're ready to rest and refuel, you're never too far from a cosy village pub or a quaint tea room. Our Powys lodges and holiday parks offer a peaceful setting for your short break or long holiday in Mid Wales, with lovely views and excellent facilities making it easy to enjoy the stunning local area and its many outdoor attractions.

Discover historic local attractions...
Uncover the echoes of the past as you explore Powys' rich history, with its numerous castles, churches, museums and galleries. From the imposing Powis Castle and Gardens in Welshpool to the mystical ruins of Carreg Cennen Castle, perched on a precipice, each fortress reveals stories of battles and legends, and helps to weave the rich tapestry of Welsh heritage. Explore notable sites in the Upper Severn Valley, such as the 13th-century ruins of Montgomery Castle, the medieval fortress of Dolforwyn Castle or the ancient hillfort of Cefn Carnedd. Learn more about the surrounding area at one of the fascinating museums and galleries in the region, like the Radnorshire Museum in Llandrindod Wells, the Brecknock Museum and Art Gallery in Brecon or the Powysland Museum in Welshpool. Our holiday homes and luxury lodges are nestled amidst natural beauty and close to popular attractions, allowing you to make the most of all that this incredible county has to offer.

Explore a pretty market town or quaint country village...
The unique character and history of Powys is best experienced when you visit one of its enchanting market towns and quaint villages. Immerse yourself in the proud Welsh culture, browse artisanal shops and savour traditional Welsh cuisine in inviting tea rooms and traditional pubs. Wander through the picturesque town of Hay-on-Wye, renowned for its bookshops and literary festivals, or the county town of Brecon, with its vibrant weekly market. Get to know the friendly locals on a holiday in Llandrindod Wells, a spa town that's regularly named one of the happiest places to live in Wales, or explore the Museum of Modern Art Wales in Machynlleth, which has a reputation for its vibrant arts scene. This part of Mid Wales is a truly stunning location for your next UK break, whether that's a hot tub log cabin, a luxury cottage or a dog-friendly holiday park with facilities like an indoor swimming pool and a children's play area.

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