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Court Farm holiday lets are ideally situated for exploring the stunning scenery of Mid Wales. From the rolling hills of the Cambrian Mountains to the wild coastline of Cardigan Bay, there are plenty of opportunities to get outdoors and enjoy nature. Local towns and villages provide a glimpse into rural Welsh life, with plenty of attractions, shops and eateries to explore. From the Victorian town of Llandrindod Wells, to the book lovers paradise of Hay-On-Wye, there is something for everyone to enjoy. For those looking for adventure, there are a number of outdoor activities to take part in, such as walking, cycling and water sports. Whatever you’re looking for, you’re sure to find plenty of things to do in the area.
Our holiday let is conveniently located near the Royal Welsh Showground, one of the UK's most beloved events venues. The Showground plays host to the legendary Royal Welsh Show every July, as well as other regular events throughout the year. From agricultural events to craft and antique fairs, there are a whole host of events. We are one of the closest Holiday Cottages to the Show ground, you can have a quick drive or walk to to the venue.
RHAYADER - 14 miles
We are situated just 14 miles from Rhayader. Rhayader is in the heart of the Elan Valley. Guests can explore the stunning Elan Valley dams, including Caban Coch, Penygarreg and Claerwen. Climb the hills and take in the breathtaking views of the reservoirs, cycle around the cycle tracks or take a leisurely stroll along the valley trails. The Elan Valley visitor's centre in the perfect stop for a cake and a coffee to refuel ready to take in the stunning scenery and craftmanship of the dams. Rhayader town is host to many pubs and restaurants. 
We are within easy reach of the Victorian town of Llandrindod Wells, which is just 8 miles away. There you can find a variety of shops, cafes, restaurants and other attractions. The area is also home to Llandrindod Lake, a great spot for a relaxing stroll or a picnic. The lake also has many activities for children including a large park area. On the lake you can try out paddle boarding or glide around on a dragon paddle boat.
HAY ON WYE - 20 miles
Located just 20 miles away from the charming town of Hay-on-Wye. Home to the famous, world renowned, Hay Book Festival. Hay-on-Wye is known as the ‘Town of Books’ and boasts a huge selection of independent bookshops and book-related activities. Explore the town’s winding streets, browse the shelves of bookstores, and enjoy the eclectic mix of cafes, pubs and galleries. Spend an afternoon browsing the second-hand bookshops and take home a literary souvenir to remember your stay. Hay Castle has recently re opened to the public, you are now able to explore around the castle grounds.
Bannau Brycheiniog is a stunning national park in Wales, located near the town of Brecon. It is home to some of the most scenic landscapes in the UK, including Pen y Fan, the highest peak of the Brecon Beacons, which is perfect for walking and mountain biking. The area is also known for its beautiful waterfalls, which can be explored on foot or by canoe. With its dramatic mountains, lush valleys and stunning views, Bannau Brycheiniog is a perfect destination to visit.
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