Bed and Breakfast, Farm B&B, Self Catering Holiday Cottage Accommodation, Mid Wales
Bed and Breakfast, Farm B&B and Self Catering Holiday Cottage Accommodation is offered in Rhayader, Knighton, Llandrindod, and Presteigne by a small group of individual farm and countryside bed and breakfast and self catering holiday accommodation providers who have worked together for some years to provide quality self catering cottages, a bunk house and B&B holiday accommodation within the Mid Wales area, Powys.
Browse the variety of holiday cottages, countryside and farmhouse accommodation and contact the owners to make your booking directly with them. Bed and Breakfast / B&B, Self Catering Holiday Accommodation.
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Radnorshire is a special place where the famous Red Kite soars over wild country, gently rolling hills and dancing water. Stay with any member of the group and see even more than the Red Kite. Wake up in wonderful farmhouse and country accommodation to the serene, beautiful heart of Mid Wales; then, fortified with a generous breakfast, begin your voyage of discovery.
Presteigne. This small friendly town with its annual music festival was once the county town of Radnorshire, but each town has its own character.
To the north is Knighton, on Offa's Dyke with Spaceguard Centre nearby where you can learn about the stars in the countryside whose dark night skies show off their brilliance.
Close by is New Radnor with 'Water break its neck' - a fine waterfall.
Hay on Wye is a must for all bookworms: its literary festival attracts many well-known writers and it boasts the world's largest second hand bookshop.
Llandrindod Wells is a Victorian spa town. Come, take the waters. Cyclists will want to visit the National Cycle Museum here. The hall at Abbey Cwm hir with its 52 rooms of victorian splendour is a visit not to be missed.
Lastly but not least, to the west is Rhayader - gateway to the spectacular Elan Valley. Watch crystal glass being engraved, then go and see the red kites feeding at Gigrin Farm.
You will never forget it.
There is so much to see and to do in Radnorshire that you will need to return time and again before you see everything.
Do come – be refreshed.
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