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Penyglog Farm Cottages



SY20 8SG


Self Catering

Price Range: £210 - £585

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Mrs Evans

Phone: 01654 702033

Three self-catering holiday cottages, set near Machynlleth, Mid-Wales which offer an excellent standard of accommodation bursting with character.

Warm, welcoming and comfortable, these well-appointed self-catering cottages are set in three individual locations on our organic farm which produces beef and sheep. Set amongst the lovely Mid-Wales countryside, each cottage enjoys beautiful local scenery over the surrounding farmland. They are ideally situated, providing you with the opportunity to savour some amazing views over the Dyfi Valley countryside.

Enjoy a wealth of wildlife from the luxury of your own garden, see the Red Kite soaring above, the birds nesting and take some lovely walks right from your doorstep. Secluded yet easily accessible, we are within easy reach to the golden sandy beaches of Aberdyfi and the glorious sights of the Snowdonia mountains as well as the many local and varied attractions such as the Centre for Alternative Technology, Historical Castles, Talyllyn Railway and RSPB Nature Reserve at Ynys-hir to name but a few.


Things to see and do in Powys

Brecon Beacons
Brecon Beacons

The Brecon Beacons is a mountain range in South Wales. It forms the central section of the Brecon Beacons National Park.

Devils Bridge Falls
Devils Bridge Falls

Devils Bridge Falls is a world famous tourist attraction 12 miles from Aberystwyth. These unique waterfalls have attracted many thousands of visitors since the 18th century, including William Wordsworth who wrote about the "Torrent at the Devil's Bridge". Today, the Falls Nature Trail provides a unique opportunity to see this great natural feature in the Rheidol Gorge.

Elan Valley Reservoirs
Elan Valley Reservoirs

The Elan Valley Reservoirs are a chain of man-made lakes and reservoirs in the Elan Valley in Powys, Mid Wales using the rivers Elan and Claerwen.

Explore Heart of Wales Tours
Explore Heart of Wales Tours

Tour Mid Wales with us and discover the magnificent countryside, history and folklore of this unspoilt region. Relax and enjoy the rugged landscape via little used country lanes and narrow roads from the comfort of our luxury 4x4 vehicle.

Gwyl Gregynog
Gwyl Gregynog

An International arts event in a magnificent setting.

King Arthurs Labyrinth
King Arthurs Labyrinth

Sail underground, through the great waterfall, and deep inside the spectacular caverns of the Labyrinth and far back in time. Once inside the Labyrinth, your hooded boatman guides you through tunnels and vast caverns, whilst you enjoy tales of King Arthur and other ancient Welsh legends.

Montgomery Castle
Montgomery Castle

Montgomery Castle is a stone masonry castle looking over the town of Montgomery in Powys, mid Wales. It is one of many Norman castles on the border between Wales and England.

Pistyll y Llyn
Pistyll y Llyn

Pistyll y Llyn is one of the tallest waterfalls in Wales and the United Kingdom.

Powis Castle
Powis Castle

Powis Castle is a medieval castle, fortress and grand country mansion located near the town of Welshpool, in Powys, Mid Wales.

Welshpool and Llanfair Light Railway
Welshpool and Llanfair Light Railway

Opened in 1903 to link the market town of Welshpool to the rural community of Llanfair Caereinion, this 2 foot 6 inch narrow gauge steam railway now provides a tourist service for all the family and a welcome change from the rush of every day life. Built as a Light Railway to avoid some of the costs of railway construction, the narrow gauge allows for tight curves and steep gradients, enabling the line to follow the contours of the countryside. All of our trains are steam hauled, either by one of our unique original locomotives or one from abroad. The carriages too are special; those in regular use being from Hungary and Austria with access to the enclosed seating area via an open balcony - a great way to watch the world go by.

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