Accessibility In Mid Wales
Plenty of accesible things to do in Wales ...
And plenty of accessible places to stay ...
Secluded Country House set in mature grounds, bounded by the River Dulas, overlooking the Dyfi Valley and Snowdonia National Park. Comfortable rooms with ground floor & family rooms available. Superb traditional and vegetarian cuisine
4 Self-catering cottages on a working farm between Machynlleth & Aberdyfi. Gogarth Hall Farm and its tranquillity offers Barn Owls, Bats and Kites a safe haven, thus the farm has won the Countryside Caretakers Award for conservation.
Penllwyn Cottages are two beautiful cottages within walking distance of the Ceredigion Marine Heritage Coast. Both cottages benefit from underfloor heating, woodburning stoves and their own enclosed patio and garden areas.
Llwyngwril Gallery has recently been converted to create two exceptionally spacious and luxurious units that are full of character. The Gallery theme is retained with works of art by local artists.
The definitive luxury bed and breakfast with home comforts and more. An Ideal base for a short break or long holiday near the West Wales coast.
Come and enjoy a warm Welsh welcome at Pengwernydd, a traditional family farm located in the beautiful, tranquil uplands of north Ceredigion in the heart of Mid Wales. Four cottages providing high quality & comfort. Ample parking
Family friendly Bed and breakfast accommodation with four bedrooms in a 16th century converted stone barn. A warm welsh welcome, with a quality service and excellent food.
Vulcan Lodge Cottages - created by the imaginative conversion of an 18th century country inn into 5 luxury cottages. They are spacious, full of character and have a high specification which brings luxury and style,
Relax by our outdoor heated pool after walking the coastal path or watching dolphins in Cardigan Bay - a typical day at Trenewydd!
Caban y Saer is situated overlooking the river Hafesb. Cysgod Bach has a secluded south facing garden. Both properties are for two people and are equipped with everything you need for your break. We also have a hot tub in the garden.
Madog's Wells is situated in eight acres of beautiful countryside with woodland walks all around, plenty of wildlife and is ideal for bird-watching, walking or touring Mid Wales. Three wheelchair accessible cottages sleeping 3-6.
Small, quiet award winning caravan park with easy access to walk along the River Wye. Well equipped, modern holiday homes with one caravan equipped to be wheelchair friendly. Short breaks available. Dogs welcome.
Lane Farm is a traditional 400 acre family organic working beef and sheep farm set beneath the Breidden Hills. Ideally situated to explore The Marches, Shropshire Hills and Mid Wales. Within easy reach of the mountains, lakes & coast.
Mid way between Oswestry and Welshpool, set on a hillside with stunning views of Shropshire and Wales. Recently converted byre, furnished and equipped to a high standard.
The cottage is an energy efficient building renovated with local slate and timber. Set in beautiful garden, 1 mile to town and 8 miles to the coast. Sleeps 6, wheelchair access ground floor and mobile hoist. Pets welcome.
Situated 1 1/4 miles on the outskirts of the beautiful Victorian town of Llandrindod Wells, which nestles amongst the Black Mountains and the Brecon Beacons. 10 en-suite rooms. Two bars and a restaurant.
The self-catering Eco Lodge at Denmark Farm Conservation Centre provides sustainability and comfort for holidays immersed in Nature.
Award-winning eco building in the world-renowned Centre for Alternative Technology (CAT). With views into the foothills of Snowdonia and easy access to the mountains and the coast, it’s the perfect spot from which to explore all of Wales.
RUNNER UP IN NATIONAL TOURISM AWARDS WALES 2013 and 2010 : BEST PLACE TO STAY IN WALES (SELF CATERING). Ash Lodge & Sycamore Lodge are beautiful bespoke lodges built on a family farm.
A 5* accommodation in Devil's Bridge near Aberystwyth, sleeping up to 38 persons.