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Heyope Cottage is part of Mill Farm Holiday Cottages near More info

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Why Choose a Cottage in Powys For Your Holiday

Cottages are popular for a variety of reasons and one is they provide a very good value accommodation choice. There are often very low prices for holidays and this is throughout the year even in school holidays.

You will be able to choose the perfect accommodation size as there are often plenty of options. Smaller cottages can sleep up to two people and there are larger family sized cottages sleeping four, six, eight or more.

Inside they are a home from home with a variety of great features and always beautifully presented. Powys is in the heart of Mid Wales and a great place to use as a base to explore this area of Wales. Return back to the holiday cottage at the end of the day to relax, perhaps in the bubbling waters of a hot tub!

A cottage break in Powys is a luxury getaway that is affordable any time of the year. Book early to ensure you get the pick of the accommodation choices.

Discover Attractions in Powys

Below are just a few of the great places to discover and explore when you enjoy a holiday in Powys.

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Powis Castle & Garden

Powis Castle and Garden is a stunning Medieval Castle. Inside is an fine collection of paintings, sculptures, furniture and tapestries. Clive Museum with over 300 pieces from India and the wonderful gardens.

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Pistyll Rhaeadr

A beautiful waterfall in the Berwyn Mountains. Over 240ft this is the largest single drop waterfall in the UK. Worth a visit if you are heading to Powys for your holiday.

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Elan Valley

Elan Valley is the perfect spot to explore. With over 72 square miles of landscape with lots of wildlife to spot. Great for walkers, hikers or simply to relax, and enjoy a picnic perhaps.

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Gilfach Nature Reserve

A nature reserve at the meeting point of the River Wye in the Cambrian Mountains in Mid Wales. Home to a large array of wildlife and lots of activities including birdwatching. Spot Red Kite, Dippers and more.

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Glansevern Hall Gardens

Over 25 acres of stunning gardens on the bank of the river Severn and covering over 25 acres of lands. Explore the Water Garden, lakeside and woodland walks, walled garden and so much more.