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Highlights in Mid-Wales
- Extraordinary national parks
- Wonderful museums
- Hiking trails
- Walks along the coast
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Holiday rentals and lettings in Mid Wales
Looking forward to sharing a fantastic family holiday in a place with beautiful nature and many outdoor activities to do? Travel to the incredible area of Mid-Wales, a region located between the south and north of Wales, which comprises mainly the towns of Ceredigion and Powys, also known as Mid-Wales. In this place you can find, in addition to astounding lettings to relax and rest after a day of adventures, great and extensive areas of natural parks with exceptional beauty perfect for enjoying a day of family fun. Tour the picturesque towns with monuments and historic buildings to visit and learn even more about Wales's past. Visit the fascinating museums with interesting collections of items that reflect the culture and history of this beautiful country of the United Kingdom. To relax in the midst of beautiful nature, Mid-Wales is the best place you can visit.Fantastic holiday rentals surrounded by mountains
The lettings that you will find in Mid Wales allows you to enjoy a fantastic holiday without worry. With beautiful views of the sea that you can enjoy from the large balconies or from the impressive garden with terrace, or if you prefer it near the great national parks with imposing mountains, rivers, and lakes. Discover inside these properties all the amenities to spend a pleasant time. From the fabulous living room with a fun selection of games, movies, books, plasma TV with satellite and comfortable furniture, to the wonderful kitchen with microwave, refrigerator, oven, stove and much more to bake and prepare the best meals. Share a pleasant family moment sharing a homemade meal from the adorable dining area with space for the whole family. After a day of excursions and adventure through the parks of Mid-Wales, nothing better than resting in the cosy bedrooms with comfortable single and double beds, in addition to finding a fantastic bathroom, with shower, tub, and towels included. Additionally, you will find parking available and high-speed internet service to keep you connected.
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The area and getting around
One of the best things you will find in Mid Wales, is the wide variety of natural landscapes that will allow you to enjoy the most fun outdoor activities while exploring nature. Among the most popular places where you can go mountain biking is the Brecon Beacons route. If you go north you will find the imposing Cambrian Mountains or if you prefer you can also take the routes built for cycling that go from the top of the Aberystwyth Mountains where you will find areas such as Bwlch Nant Yr Arian and the perfect 22-mile trail to explore all the surroundings.Enjoy the best views of the Mid Wales night sky
One of the most impressive natural attractions that you can enjoy in this region of Wales is the impressive and unique beauty of the night skies that you will discover are totally free of pollution. In the Brecon Beacons Park, you'll find the International Dark Skies Reserve that stretches into the Cambrian Mountains to the north. In this area, you can follow the incredible Astro tourist route of 80 km of travel with the best views of the stars that you cannot miss.
Travellers and activities
The Mid-Wales region is bordered at its ends by great natural parks with extraordinary natural beauty that you will only find in this area of the United Kingdom. Considered the Green Heart of Wales, Mid-Wales is the perfect place for nature lovers, one of the places with great natural attractions is the impressive Snowdonia National Park, located in the north of the region. It was the first place to be designated as a national park in the entire UK in 1951, with an area of 823 square miles that includes the impressive Cambrian Mountains, one of the highest peaks Cader Idis, as well as numerous lakes, rivers, and waterfalls. In this park, you can enjoy activities such as hiking, biking, fishing, camping, climbing and much more. Nearby, you can also explore the quaint country and market towns like Welshpool. Another way you can explore this wonderful park is by taking a ride on the incredible Snowdon Mountain Railway which runs almost 5 miles through the most attractive places in the area. You can also follow the Wales Coast Path, from where you can get the best views of the sea and the coast.Mid-Wales for museum lovers
In Mid-Wales, in addition to enjoying great natural places, you can also find other places of great tourist interest to learn a little more about the history of Wales. If you are someone who enjoys visiting museums, you should certainly take a tour of the impressive Ceredigion Museum. This little but charming place is located in an old theatre/cinema. In the exhibitions, you will notice how it reflects the history of Welsh archaeology, as well as discover fantastic collections of furniture, ancient artefacts and objects related to the agriculture of the area. Additionally, the Ceredigion Museum also offers some temporary exhibitions that include paintings by renowned local artists and artists from around the UK.
In Mid Wales, you can enjoy the impressive beauty of Cardigan Bay in the Irish Sea, where you can admire beautiful mountains and spectacular beaches with soft sands and much more that you can discover while travelling the 290 km of coastline.
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To enjoy all the charm of Mid Wales and relax in the midst of nature, one of the places you must visit is the beautiful Elan Valley. The perfect place for hiking along the marked paths and exploring the surroundings, where you will find impressive waterfalls. Additionally, you can also visit other places such as the Offa's Dyke path, considered the first official border between Wales and England in the 8th century. During the tour, you will enjoy walks along the coast, and visit Iron Age fortresses. A visit to the Elan Valley is perfect for those who love hiking.2. Explore the amazing Brecon Beacons National Park
This magnificent park is located in the extreme south of Mid Wales and is part of the astonishing landscape of green mountains that stretches from the border to the town of Swansea. This park makes up and runs through a large part of Central Wales and includes a variety of outstanding protected landscapes. You can enjoy activities such as mountain biking, excursions, climbing, camping, hiking and much more to share a day of family fun surrounded by the most impressive nature of Wales.3. Visit the impressive Powys Castle
Powys Castle, also called Powys Castle and Garden, is a magnificent stately home that is protected and managed by the National Trust. This house-museum is known for the great beauty of its well-kept gardens with an Italian-style design, where you will find an incredible tearoom with the most delicious desserts you can try. You can enjoy a guided tour of the interior of this house, where you will discover beautiful ornate rooms and ancient objects such as paintings, sculptures and much more.4. Discover the extraordinary National Showcaves Center for Wales
If you are searching for a place to share fun family activities, you must visit the magnificent National Showcaves Center for Wales. Located to the south, you can explore the impressive caves in the area where you will also find a fantastic animatronic dinosaur park, as well as a fabulous Iron Age farm with adorable animals in their natural environment. For the little ones, you will discover a wonderful playground with many fun attractions.5. Tour the fantastic Machynlleth Museum of Modern Art
Undoubtedly, this is one of the best art museums in Wales for contemporary art that you will find, located in Aberystwyth with an impressive collection of works of art by well-known local and international artists. Additionally, if you want to continue enjoying the best art in Wales, another excellent option is to follow the fantastic Ceredigion Art Trail, which includes exhibitions with art pieces of all genres, events, art workshops and much more.
FAQs: Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Mid-Wales
How much does it cost to book a holiday rental in Mid-Wales?
Mid-Wales is one of the most expensive destinations in the United Kingdom! The cost for a holiday rental here amounts to roughly £178 per night.
What time of year offers, on average, the best holiday rental prices in Mid-Wales?
The months with the cheapest prices in Mid-Wales are March, November, and May, with average prices of £163, £166 and £168, respectively.
In which months is it more expensive to rent a holiday letting in Mid-Wales?
When it comes to renting a holiday letting in Mid-Wales, the highest prices are found in the month of August (with an average of £199 per night), followed by July (£195), and January (£185).
Are there usually many holiday lettings available in Mid-Wales?
If you decide to discover Mid-Wales, we suggest organising your visit long before you go because it is usually very high in demand, with an annual average occupation of 85% in the previous year.
When are more holiday lettings available?
January, November, and October are, in order of highest to lowest, the months that present the largest number of accommodations available, with respective average availability figures of 26%, 24% and 20%. However, even during the time when availability is the highest, the average is only 23%. Due to this, it is better to always prepare your holiday to Mid-Wales in advance.
When are fewer lettings available?
The months with the lowest properties available in Mid-Wales are, in order, August, July and June, with respective average availability figures of 2%, 4%, and 8%, based on data collected from last year. During this period, availability is really low (5%). Due to this, it is better to reserve well in advance.
Are there many holiday lettings in Mid-Wales?
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