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Ty Coed Eco Lodge
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Sleeps: 4
No of Bedrooms: 2
Low Season: £375
High Season: £650

Ty Coed ( The Wooden House ) A beautiful self catering lodge located in one of the most spectacular parts of Wales. Powered by the sun and biomass fuel, everything is environmentally friendly. The river Marteg flows through the large garden where we have our fantastic wood fired, chemical free hot tub. The lodge is on the edge of St. Harmon village, just below Gilfach nature reserve and a five...

Sleeps: 4

No of Bedrooms: 2

Low Season: £375

High Season: £650

Seven Stars Self Catering and Hot Tub Spa
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Sleeps: 4
No of Bedrooms: 2
Low Season: £440
High Season: £630

If you are looking for a relaxing short break or week away in a beautiful rural setting,from where you can go for easy country walks, have long lunches or do something more energetic, then this is the cottage for you. This is the perfect venue for taking a holiday in Wales since it is in a centrally placed location close to the Elan and Upper Wye Valleys, Rhayader's kite feeding station and the...

Sleeps: 4

No of Bedrooms: 2

Low Season: £440

High Season: £630

Oakfield Cottage
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Sleeps: 4
No of Bedrooms: 2
Low Season: £280
High Season: £280

This cosy two bedroomed holiday cottage is ideally situated within a 1 minute walk of Rhayader town centre. Here you can find many restaurants, pubs and takeaways to choose from, as well as many different and interesting shops. It is within close proximity of the stunning Elan Valley Dams, where you can enjoy cycling, walking and birdwatching. The accommodation... Oakfield Cottage is...

Sleeps: 4

No of Bedrooms: 2

Low Season: £280

High Season: £280

 

Rhayader Tourist Information
Rhayader is a small but bustling market town which is nestled in the beautiful Upper Wye Valley, it sits roughly half way between Builth Wells and Llanidloes.

Shopping in Rhayader is certainly distinctive, it's not somewhere where you'll find masses of shops and all the typical high street retailers. Here in Rhayader you'll find lovely independent shops to browse around at your own pace, where you're able to purchase your daily essentials and the odd couldn't resist gift. There are a number of good eateries in the town as well as a selection of welcoming pubs.

Located about half a mile from Rhayader is the Red Kite Feeding Centre at Gigrin Farm, which is designated as an official red kite feeding station. From the hives at the feeding centre, you are able to watch an amazing spectacle, as red kites swoop in to take the meat (which was for them anyway) from the unsuspecting crows who arrive first at feeding time.

The area around Rhayader is perfect for fishing, with the rivers Wye, Elan, Marteg and Claerwen all close at hand. Between them, the four rivers provide some excellent fishing for salmon, brown trout, grayling and pike. Fishing is also available at Elan Valley Reservoir and Claerwen Reservoir.

Elan Valley Estate
The Elan Valley lies to the West of Rhayader and covers an area of approximately seventy-two square miles, consisting of over 80 miles of designated rights of way, magnificent man-made dams and reservoirs and an abundance of flora and fauna, all set within an area of outstanding scenic beauty. The Elan Valley Estate and its varying terrain provide an ideal setting for walkers, cyclists and horse riders. There are a variety of routes and trails designed to explore this impressive landscape, some of which are more challenging than others. Wheelchair users and visitors with pushchairs will find the 'Elan Valley Trail' a favourite route as it provides a relatively flat surfaced path that follows the old Elan Valley Railway line for about eight miles, ending up at the Craig Goch Dam.

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