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Aber Bay Holiday Park, part of our exclusive Bouja Luxury Boutique Breaks collection is a charming, established, family friendly holiday destination nestled along the breathtaking Welsh coast, where families create lasting memories against a backdrop of rolling hills and the soothing melody of the waves.
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Commanding panoramic views over the Banwy Valley from their peaceful setting above the small village of Llangadfan, these well-appointed lodges enjoy elevated balconies overlooking their own lawn and are perfect for escaping the hustle and bustle of modern life.
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Black Hall Lodges is part of our Autograph Lodge Holidays Collection.
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Brynowen

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Brynowen Holiday Park offers a delightful mix of on-site activities and amenities set against the backdrop of the stunning Welsh countryside and coastline.
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Castle Pren Lodges

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Boasting panoramic countryside views from their idyllic setting on a working farm in glorious rural mid-Wales, this boutique collection of uniquely designed eco–friendly lodges are positioned to take full advantage of the views and offer a perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
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Ceiriog Valley Apartments is part of our Daisy Door Cottage Style Collection, nestling peacefully in the picturesque Glyn Ceiriog Valley and just a short drive from the market town of Llangollen.
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Clarach Bay Holiday Village

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Nestled in a truly magnificent coastal location with direct access to a sandy beach, Clarach Bay Holiday Village is the perfect place for families and couples seeking an action packed coastal escape.
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Peacefully tucked away in the breathtaking Clun Valley, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, these stunning lodges sit just 5 minutes’ walk from Clunton village.
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Gilfach Holiday Apartments is home to a large range of accommodation to suit all budgets, set across 36 acres of countryside overlooking the coast.
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Heart Of Wales Lodges

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Nestling in a peaceful valleyside setting commanding spectacular views of the lush Powys countryside, these spacious lodges boast luxurious outdoor hot tubs perfect for relaxing after exploring the captivating scenery of the Elan Valley in this much loved part of Wales.
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Heartsease Lodges

Sleeps 4
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Enjoying a gloriously secluded setting with stunning countryside views, these two spacious well equipped lodges boast outdoor hot tubs and moderately large enclosed gardens and sit just minutes’ drive from the attractive Victorian spa town of Llandrindod Wells and within a few miles of the impressive reservoirs of the Elan Valley.
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Love2Stay Mid Wales

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Love2Stay Mid Wales is an outstanding and newly created resort offering a blissful spa, leisure, and luxurious accommodation experience, available exclusively in our brand-new MAGNIFICENT specialist collection.
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Maesmawr Farm Resort

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Maesmawr Farm Resort is part of our exclusive Bouja Luxury Boutique Breaks Collection, nestled in the gentle countryside of beautiful Montgomeryshire, surrounded by wild meadows, farmland and rolling hills, with the River Severn winding through this special county from its source just a few miles away.
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Mill Meadow Lodges

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A paradise for nature lovers, these comfortable lodges sit in an area of Special Scientific Interest surrounded by rivers, pools, woodland and glorious panoramic views of the Mid Wales countryside, ideal for a peaceful and relaxing holiday.
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Nant-y-Coed Lodges

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Nant-y-Coed Lodges is part of our exclusive Bouja Luxury Boutique Breaks Collection, set just outside of Newtown and is nestled in the heart of the Welsh countryside.
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Powys Visitor's Guide

Embark on a journey to Mid Wales, where the rugged Cambrian Mountains await to challenge hikers and the serene Elan Valley beckons nature lovers. Savour the local lamb, famed for its succulence, or sample artisanal cheeses at a cosy village market. Thrill-seekers can tackle mountain biking trails, while the more laid-back can enjoy a steam train ride through the scenic countryside. Did you know Mid Wales is home to the UK's first book town, Hay-on-Wye? Perfect for any escape – whether it's a romantic getaway, a family holiday, or a fun trip with friends – a lodge stay in Mid Wales offers an unforgettable experience.

Why Take Your 2024 Lodge Break in Mid Wales?

Mid Wales is a tapestry of rolling hills, verdant valleys, and picturesque market towns. It's a place where the pace slows, and nature takes the front seat. In 2024, the region is buzzing with new energy, thanks to the opening of several eco-friendly lodges that offer a sustainable way to enjoy the beauty of the area. Check out the annual Machynlleth Comedy Festival, which brings laughter to the Dyfi Valley, or time your visit with the Hay Festival for a celebration of literature and arts. Opting for a lodge over a hotel means more privacy, space, and a chance to immerse yourself in the natural surroundings. Mid Wales is unique for its untouched landscapes and the opportunity to escape the hustle and bustle of city life.

If you're visiting Mid Wales with kids

Absolutely, Mid Wales is a playground for children. They can explore castles like Powis Castle and Gardens, get hands-on at the Centre for Alternative Technology, or ride the steam trains at the Welshpool and Llanfair Light Railway. Lodges offer the flexibility families need, with kitchen facilities for fussy eaters and living spaces for downtime. Plus, many lodges have outdoor areas for kids to play.

  1. Comfortable walking shoes for exploring
  2. Waterproof jackets – just in case!
  3. Swimwear for beach days or pool access
  4. Sunscreen and hats for protection
  5. Backpacks for day trips and snacks
  6. Binoculars for wildlife spotting
  7. Board games or cards for cosy evenings in
  8. Camera or smartphone for capturing memories

Pet Friendly Mid Wales Adventures

Mid Wales loves pets, and you'll find plenty of lodges with enclosed gardens to keep your furry friends safe. When it comes to dining out, The Red Lion in Llanafan Fawr and The Waggon and Horses in Newtown welcome pets with open arms. A real tip for visiting with dogs is to look for lodges near trails and open spaces. Remember to pack a doggy first-aid kit, their favourite toys, and maybe even a doggy life jacket if you're planning on being near water.

Dog walking ideas in Mid Wales

Route Distance (miles) Scenery Postcode
Glyndwr's Way 9 Historic landscapes SY18 6PH
Lake Vyrnwy 12 Lakeside views SY10 0LY
Hafren Forest 7 Woodland paths SY18 6JY
Elan Valley Trail 8 Reservoir vistas LD6 5HP
Aberystwyth Promenade 2 Seaside ambience SY23 2BX

Remember, these are just a few of the countless trails and walks available in Mid Wales, each offering its own unique slice of this serene region. Whether you're after a challenging hike or a leisurely stroll, there's something for every dog and owner.

Romantic Breaks for Couples

If you're looking to fan the flames of love, Mid Wales is a prime spot for a romantic getaway. Picture this: you and your partner, secluded in a cosy lodge, perhaps one with a hot tub under the stars. Many lodges in Mid Wales cater to couples, offering pamper packs that include champagne, chocolates, and even spa treatments right in your cabin. For a truly indulgent experience, check out Luxury Lodges Wales which boasts private hot tubs and breathtaking views. Dining out is also a treat, with intimate eateries like The Checkers in Montgomery offering a Michelin-starred experience. It's all about quality time with your significant other in a setting that's as serene as it is beautiful.

Local Cuisine and Dining Experiences

Mid Wales is a treasure trove of culinary experiences, with local lamb and Welsh cakes being just the tip of the iceberg. For a taste of the region, head to The Harp Inn at Old Radnor, known for its locally sourced ingredients and cosy atmosphere. Families will love The Red Lion in Llanfihangel-nant-Melan for its welcoming vibe and hearty meals. Couples seeking a romantic dinner should book a table at Lake Vyrnwy Hotel & Spa, where the food is as stunning as the lakeside views.

For a good night out

A night out in Mid Wales can be as laid-back or as lively as you like. For a chill evening, the Brecon Tap in Brecon offers an impressive selection of craft beers and live music events. If you're in the mood for something more upbeat, The Angel in Aberystwyth is a popular choice with a vibrant atmosphere. And for those who appreciate a good ale, the CAMRA-awarded Arvon Ale House in Llandrindod Wells is a must-visit.

Fishing

Anglers will find Mid Wales to be a fishing haven, with its rivers and lakes teeming with trout, salmon, and more. Here's a list of top fishing spots:

  • Llyn Clywedog - SY18 6NU
  • River Wye - LD2 3TQ
  • Lake Vyrnwy - SY10 0LY
  • Elan Valley Lakes - LD6 5HP
  • Talyllyn Lake - LL36 9AJ

Outdoor Adventures

For adrenaline junkies, Mid Wales is your playground. The Black Mountain Activities in Brecon offers everything from gorge walking to archery, with prices starting around £45 per person. At Llyn Clywedog Sailing Club, you can try your hand at sailing with day passes from £15. These centres typically operate from spring to autumn, so check ahead for seasonal opening times.

Shopping and Souvenirs

Name Type On Offer Postcode
Rhayader Market Local Market Fresh produce, crafts LD6 5BU
The Hafren Furnishers Furniture & Gifts Homeware, souvenirs LD3 7LD
The Centre for Alternative Technology Eco Store Green gadgets, books SY20 9AZ
Aberystwyth Arts Centre Arts & Crafts Artwork, jewellery SY23 3DE
Welsh Royal Crystal Crystal Shop Handcrafted crystal LD1 6ST

Whether you're angling for a quiet fishing trip, seeking outdoor thrills, or planning a romantic retreat, lodges in Mid Wales offer the perfect base for your adventures. Don't forget to indulge in the local cuisine and bring home a unique Welsh souvenir to remember your trip by.


Top lodge breaks for 2024 in Mid Wales

Heart Of Wales Lodges, Powys

Driving Distance: 21.11 miles / About 38 minutes | Sleeps: 4 | Pet friendly? Yes

What to expect: Heart Of Wales Lodges offer a serene escape nestled in the Powys countryside, complete with luxurious outdoor hot tubs, spectacular valley views, and direct access to the great outdoors, perfect for a tranquil retreat.

Who will love these lodges? Ideal for nature enthusiasts and those seeking a peaceful getaway, these lodges are a hit with families, couples, and bird-watchers alike. The highlight is undoubtedly the private hot tubs, offering a unique vantage point to appreciate the Welsh landscape.

What can you do here? Anything onsite? Onsite, you can indulge in walking, cycling, and fishing. For dining, the historic spa town of Llandrindod Wells is nearby, offering a selection of eateries and pubs. While there isn't onsite entertainment, the natural surroundings provide a rich tapestry of activities.

What's nearby? Explore the Elan Valley, just a short drive away, with its stunning reservoirs and trails (entry is free, but some activities may incur a charge). Snowdonia National Park and the coastal town of Aberystwyth are also accessible for day trips.

Accommodation options: The lodges cater to both families and couples, with options like the Valley View Lodge Pet, which sleeps 4 and allows one pet. Each lodge boasts an open plan living area, conservatory, and a hot tub for soaking in the views.


Mill Meadow Lodges, Powys

Driving Distance: 24.34 miles / About 43 minutes | Sleeps: 2 | Pet friendly? No

What to expect: Mill Meadow Lodges are a nature lover's sanctuary, set in a Special Scientific Interest area with panoramic views of the Mid Wales countryside, offering a secluded and peaceful holiday experience.

Who will love these lodges? Perfect for couples seeking a romantic retreat or individuals looking to unwind in nature. The absence of pets ensures a tranquil environment, and the luxury of a hot tub adds to the indulgence.

What can you do here? Anything onsite? The lodges are surrounded by natural beauty, providing ample opportunity for walking and wildlife spotting. While there are no onsite dining facilities, the local area offers quaint country pubs and restaurants a short drive away.

What's nearby? The lodges are a gateway to the scenic Mid Wales landscape, with opportunities for hiking and exploring nearby. The Brecon Beacons National Park is within reach for a day of adventure (free entry, charges for certain activities).

Accommodation options: The Buzzard Lodge is an intimate setting for two, featuring a king-size bed, luxury shower, and a woodburning stove. The verandah with an outdoor hot tub is the cherry on top for a romantic escape.


Heartsease Lodges, Powys

Driving Distance: 24.48 miles / About 44 minutes | Sleeps: 4 | Pet friendly? Yes

What to expect: Heartsease Lodges provide a secluded haven with breathtaking countryside views, spacious lodges equipped with modern amenities, and outdoor hot tubs, all within a stone's throw from the Victorian spa town of Llandrindod Wells.

Who will love these lodges? With their moderately large enclosed gardens, these lodges are great for families, couples, or friends looking for a private outdoor space. Pet owners will appreciate the ability to bring along two pets.

What can you do here? Anything onsite? The lodges offer the perfect base for exploring the local countryside. While there's no specific onsite entertainment, nearby activities such as horse riding, clay shooting, and a rally driving school are available for an additional charge.

What's nearby? The Elan Valley reservoirs are a few miles away, offering stunning landscapes and water activities (free entry, activity costs vary). The spa town of Llandrindod Wells provides cultural and dining experiences.

Accommodation options: Choose between the Bluebell and Primrose Lodges, both accommodating up to 4 guests with contemporary styling, open plan living, and access to an enclosed garden with a hot tub. Both are pet-friendly, ensuring no family member is left behind.


Castle Pren Lodges, Powys

Driving Distance: 25.69 miles / About 46 minutes | Sleeps: 6 | Pet friendly? Yes

What to expect: Castle Pren Lodges offer a unique eco-friendly retreat on a working farm, with bespoke lodges that blend modern luxury with sustainability, all set against the backdrop of the stunning Mid Wales countryside.

Who will love these lodges? These lodges are ideal for larger families or groups seeking an environmentally conscious holiday without compromising on comfort. The panoramic views and peaceful setting are sure to impress.

What can you do here? Anything onsite? The farm setting provides a chance to connect with nature and enjoy rural walks. While the lodges themselves do not offer dining or entertainment, the local area is rich with outdoor pursuits and cosy inns for a meal.

What's nearby? The Brecon Beacons National Park and Élan Valley are within driving distance, offering a range of outdoor activities (free entry, some activities may have a fee). Local towns provide shopping and dining options.

Accommodation options: The Sais and Arran Lodges can accommodate up to 6 guests, featuring king-size beds, open plan living, and air conditioning. Each lodge has a decking area with a hot tub and access to a fenced lawn with a BBQ. They are also suitable for guests with partial disabilities.


Don't Miss These Fantastic Days Out In Mid Wales

Mid Wales is a treasure trove of attractions, offering everything from serene nature to adrenaline-pumping activities. If you're planning a getaway, consider booking one of the many lodges in Mid Wales as your base for exploring. Here are the top six attractions that should be on your radar.

The Centre for Alternative Technology (CAT)

  • Opening Times: 10:00 - 17:00 (seasonal variations)
  • Prices: Adults £9.50, Children £4.50
  • Postcode: SY20 9AZ
  • Est. time required: Half a day
  • Nearest parking: On-site

CAT is an eco-haven that showcases sustainable living and green technologies. It's perfect for families and anyone interested in environmental issues. They've recently added interactive displays and hands-on exhibits. Visit during spring or autumn to avoid crowds. Tip: Check out their workshops for a deeper dive into eco-living.

Phone number: 01654 705950 | Web: www.cat.org.uk


King Arthur’s Labyrinth

  • Opening Times: 10:00 - 17:00 (seasonal variations)
  • Prices: Adults £12.95, Children £8.70
  • Postcode: SY20 9RF
  • Est. time required: 1-2 hours
  • Nearest parking: On-site

Dive into Welsh mythology at King Arthur's Labyrinth. Sail underground and listen to tales of dragons and knights. It's a hit with kids and anyone who loves a good story. They've got a new dragon-themed play area. Summer is busy, so book ahead. Wear comfy shoes and bring a jacket – it's cool underground.

Phone number: 01654 761584 | Web: www.kingarthurslabyrinth.co.uk


Elan Valley

  • Opening Times: Always open (Visitor Centre has specific hours)
  • Prices: Free (charges for some activities)
  • Postcode: LD6 5HP
  • Est. time required: A full day
  • Nearest parking: Visitor Centre

The Elan Valley is a nature lover's dream with its stunning reservoirs and landscapes. It's ideal for hikers, cyclists, and photographers. They've recently introduced guided walks. Early morning is magical for wildlife spotting. Tip: Rent a bike to cover more ground, and don't miss the dam's spectacular overflow after heavy rain.

Phone number: 01597 810880 | Web: www.elanvalley.org.uk


Red Kite Feeding Station

  • Opening Times: 10:00 - 17:00
  • Prices: Adults £6, Children £3
  • Postcode: LD7 1EN
  • Est. time required: 1-2 hours
  • Nearest parking: On-site

Witness the breathtaking spectacle of red kites swooping for food. It's a must-see for birdwatchers and families. The station has added new hides for better viewing. Late afternoon is feeding time, which is the best time to visit. Bring binoculars for an up-close look at these majestic birds.

Phone number: 01547 540247 | Web: www.gigrin.co.uk


Powis Castle and Garden

  • Opening Times: 10:00 - 17:00 (seasonal variations)
  • Prices: Adults £14.50, Children £7.25
  • Postcode: SY21 8RF
  • Est. time required: 3-4 hours
  • Nearest parking: On-site

Explore the grandeur of Powis Castle and its world-famous gardens. It's a hit with history enthusiasts and garden lovers. They've recently restored the stunning Baroque garden. Visit in spring for the blooms or autumn for the foliage. Tip: The castle's treasures are impressive, so join a guided tour to learn more.

Phone number: 01938 551944 | Web: www.nationaltrust.org.uk/powis-castle-and-garden


The Silver Mountain Experience

  • Opening Times: 10:00 - 17:30 (seasonal variations)
  • Prices: Adults £13.95, Children £11.95
  • Postcode: SY23 3AB
  • Est. time required: 2-3 hours
  • Nearest parking: On-site

The Silver Mountain Experience is an adventure-packed day out with a historical twist. It's great for families and thrill-seekers. They've added a new escape room challenge. Avoid weekends if you can for a quieter experience. Wear sturdy shoes for the underground tours and check out the gem panning for a fun family activity.

Phone number: 01970 890620 | Web: www.silvermountainexperience.co.uk


Booking a lodge in Mid Wales gives you the perfect opportunity to explore these attractions at your leisure. Each site offers a unique experience that caters to different interests, ensuring that your days out will be as diverse and exciting as the landscape of Mid Wales itself.

FAQs

This is our first lodge break, what will it be like?

Expect a cosy retreat with stunning natural scenery right on your doorstep. Lodges in Mid Wales often come with modern amenities, like fully equipped kitchens and comfy living spaces. Many have decks or patios, perfect for sipping your morning coffee while soaking in the views. It's a chance to disconnect from the hustle and unwind in tranquillity.

What should I pack when visiting Mid Wales?

Pack for comfort and adventure. Bring layers for changeable weather, waterproofs for walks, and sturdy shoes for exploring. Don't forget swimwear for hot tubs and a camera for capturing the breathtaking landscapes. Essentials like toiletries, basic cooking ingredients, and a good book for relaxed evenings are also recommended.

Can you park outside the lodge?

Most lodges in Mid Wales offer parking spaces close by, making it convenient to unload your car. Some even have private driveways. It's always best to check with your specific lodge provider, as facilities can vary, but generally, parking shouldn't be a worry.

What if it rains during my lodge break?

Rain is part of the charm! Mid Wales lodges are equipped for all weathers, often with heating and cosy fireplaces. Bring board games, a good book, or simply enjoy the hot tub – yes, they're great even in the rain! Plus, there are plenty of indoor attractions nearby, like the National Library of Wales in Aberystwyth.

Can I get food delivered to my lodge?

While you're tucked away in nature, many lodges are still within reach of local takeaway services. Supermarkets and local eateries may offer delivery, but it's worth planning ahead. Alternatively, local markets like the one in Llanidloes are perfect for stocking up on fresh, local produce.

Is Mid Wales a good place to visit ‘off-season’?

Absolutely! Mid Wales is stunning year-round, and visiting off-season means fewer crowds and a peaceful atmosphere. Enjoy crisp winter walks, autumnal colours in the forests, or the fresh bloom of spring. Plus, off-season rates for lodges can be more budget-friendly.

Will my hot tub be cleaned before we arrive?

Definitely. Hot tub hygiene is a top priority for lodge providers. Expect your hot tub to be thoroughly cleaned and water quality checked before you dip in. It's part of the service to ensure your stay is relaxing and safe.

Are there any pet-friendly lodges in Mid Wales?

Yes, many lodges welcome furry friends, making them ideal for a family holiday. Check in advance, as some may charge a small extra fee or have specific pet-friendly units. Places like Gwernydd Hall Holiday Park are known for accommodating pets.

What local attractions should we not miss?

Don't skip a visit to the stunning Powis Castle and Gardens or the enchanting King Arthur’s Labyrinth in Corris. For a unique experience, the Centre for Alternative Technology offers insights into sustainable living. And for outdoor enthusiasts, the trails at Hafren Forest are a must-see.

Is there Wi-Fi in the lodges?

Many lodges offer Wi-Fi, though it might not be as fast as you're used to in the city. It's perfect for essential browsing, but remember, you're there to disconnect and enjoy the surroundings. If staying connected is crucial, check with your lodge provider before booking.

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