• Hot tub
  • Ground floor accommodation
  • Broadband/ Wi Fi
  • Wood burning stove
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  • Hot tub
  • Four Poster Bed
  • Broadband/Wi Fi
  • Cot/highchair available
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The Cwtch

Sleeps 2

  • Hot tub
  • Cot/highchair available
  • Off road parking
  • Broadband/Wi Fi

Relax in Cottages with Hot Tubs in Mid Wales

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Why go through all the hassle of airport queues, delays and security issues when there is everything you need for a dream holiday right here at home. Renting a cottage with hot tub in Mid Wales and the Brecon Beacons guarantees a holiday of a lifetime.

What's more not only do you have the coast, mountains, lakes and spectacular countryside to explore you also have the added benefit of a real home from home as a base with the luxury of a private hot tub to sink into after a day of sightseeing.

All our recommended holiday homes offer modern amenities, king-sized beds, fully fitted kitchens and outdoor space perfect for a family holiday, romantic break or weekend away with friends, most are pet-friendly so you can even bring a four-legged friend too and Mid Wales really is a paradise for dogs.

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There is so much to do and see in this region you'll be spoilt for choice and if you want to spend lazy days relaxing it's perfect for that too. So, don't delay check out some fantastic discounts and book your hot tub cottage in Mid Wales. Today!

You Can Now Book Luxury Lodges in "Mid Wales" For As Little As £25 Deposit!

To ensure you get the best prices it's important to book early. Lodge owners love a full dairy, but as they fill up, the prices shoot up. Get the best early booking discounts at Hoseasons.

Places to Visit and Things to Do in Mid Wales

We thought we would help you make the most of your stay by compiling a list of some of the best attractions in the area, including;

1. Craig-y-Nos Castle and Country Park

This Victorian mansion was built in 1840 by Captain Rice Davies Powell and was once the home of Madame Adelina Patti a 19th century celebrity opera star, who used the mock Gothic castle as a retreat, it was one of the first homes in the UK to be wired for electricity. Now a hotel visitors can still visit the impressive castle interiors, original private theatre and glorious grounds on the banks of the River Tawe.

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2. Star Gazing in the Brecon Beacons

For something a bit different try a night time visit to the Brecon Beacons, an IDR that's an International Dark Sky Reserve to you and I, the Brecon Beacons offers views of the night sky that are unmatched anywhere else in the UK. See the major constellations, the odd meteor shower and the milky way and for those staying at our romantic hot tub cottages it's the perfect place to get starry-eyed.

3. DAN YR OGOF - National Showcaves Centre

One of the most popular tourist attractions in the country the 3 famous caves are just the beginning of your adventure. Discover the thousands of straw-like stalactites, that make the Cathedral Cave a popular wedding venue, view exhibitions bringing the history of the men and women who lived in the caves to life in the Bone Cave and explore some of the 16km of passageways that link Dan Yr Ogof. With over 200 life size dinosaurs, Shire Horses, Farm, Museum, Iron Age Village and play areas this is a fun day out for all the family.

Townend House Dining Area

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4. Elan Valley

Attracting over half a million visitors a year the Elan Valley is a series of man-made lakes popular with cyclists, walkers and those just looking to relax and enjoy the superb scenery. Marvel at the Elan Aqueduct which transports water 73 miles to Birmingham, explore the 70 square miles of moorland, bogs rivers and woodland home to a wide range of birds and wildlife, take one of the numerous walking or cycling trails or simply find the perfect secluded spot for a picnic.

5. Powis Castle and Gardens

For an interesting day-out for all the family look no further, this medieval castle and renowned gardens offers something for everyone. The castle itself dates back to the 13th century and houses a magnificent collection of furniture, paintings, pottery and tapestries each with a story to tell. It is also home to the Clive Collection, over 300 items from the far east and India collected by two generations of the Clive family. Don't forget the 300-year old layered garden comprising of Italianate terraces, impressive topiary, elegant borders and some of the best views around.

6. Animalarium - Borth Zoo

This small wildlife park is situated in the picturesque seaside resort of Borth and is home to a variety of animals mainly unwanted exotic creatures including lions, leopards, meerkats, caiman and giant tortoises, watch the big cats being fed daily, interact with the marmosets or shudder at the daily reptile show. Little ones will enjoy the indoor ball pool and there is a cafe and gift shop onsite.

7. Mid Wales Beer Festival

If you have never considered holidaying in Wales in November this may change your mind, this 10 day, yes that's right, 10-day festival held in conjunction with the Real Ale Ramble takes place annually in the small town of Llanwrtyd Wells. Sample the real ales on offer at the quaint local pubs or take the 10, 15 or 25-mile ramble with free ale at selected checkpoints, a must for beer lovers.

8. Pistyll Rhaeadr

Grab the camera and head for the UK's tallest waterfall, this spectacular and magical place is said to restore the soul something many people could find beneficial in today's hectic lifestyle. Enjoy a wonderful view of the waterfall from Tan-y-Pistyll (little house under the waterfall) which serves delicious meals and snacks you can even sip hot chocolate next to the log burning stove if visiting in the colder months.

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9. Dyffryn Gardens

These magnificent botanical gardens can be found in the Vale of Glamorgan, Discover the Victorian mansion and history of the Cory family but the real highlight here are the 55-acres of unique gardens, intimate garden rooms such as The Pompeian Garden, experience the tropics with an impressive collection of cacti, orchids and banana plants in the glasshouse or stroll through the Arboretum which provides a splash of colour whatever the season.

Townend House Dining Area

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10. Cardigan Bay

Mid Wales boasts miles of sandy award-winning beaches and the ones around Cardigan are described as some of the best in Europe. Take a trip out of the bay for some dolphin and seal spotting or take part in one of the many water based activities on offer including windsurfing, power-boating and kayaking. Cwmtydu Beach to the south west of New Quay is dog friendly all year round and is popular with water sports enthusiasts while the dunes and long stretches of golden sand, along with a blue flag award make Poppit Sands beach popular with tourists.

Welcome to Mid Wales! For more information on lodges and cottages with hot tubs in Wales, click here.


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