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Elan Valley

Owned by Welsh Water, Elan Valley Estate boasts interconnected reservoirs supplying water to the south coast of Wales and Birmingham. Whether you're seeking a scenic drive or immersive walks, Elan Valley offers a tranquil escape. The visitor centre provides insights into the region's history, including the flooding of a local village for drinking water and fascinating natural wildlife. Take a break from your exploration at the on-site coffee shop, adding a touch of relaxation to your adventure.

Places to Stay in Elan Valley

Immerse yourself in the heart of nature by choosing a welcoming place to stay in Elan Valley. Experience the beauty of the reservoirs and indulge in the peace that only the Welsh countryside can offer. Lake Country House is the perfect destination if you are seeking a stay near Elan Valley 

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Brecon Beacons

The Brecon Beacons, one of the most iconic national parks in the UK, is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts. From majestic waterfalls and geological wonders to diverse wildlife, this park is a paradise for nature lovers. Explore the great outdoors, revelling in the unique rock habitats and breathtaking scenery. For history enthusiasts, the Royal Regiment Museum provides a glimpse into over 300 years of military heritage, while the captivating Cathedral stands as an architectural marvel.

Places to Stay in Brecon Beacons

Lake Country House offers the perfect stay near the Brecon Beacons. Embrace the natural wonders of the park, unwind in comfort, and make the most of your stay in this enchanting region. 


Powis Castle

Just a mile south of Welshpool, Powis Castle is a historical gem steeped in 700 years of continuous occupation. The castle, once known as Pool Castle in Medieval times, features a late Norman keep and Tudor lodgings. Explore the meticulously terraced gardens adorned with clipped yews, old roses, and exotic plants, creating a botanical paradise. Marvel at the picturesque views surrounding this architectural marvel. 


Hay on Wye

Nestled in Mid-Wales, Hay-on-Wye is a charming market town renowned for its literary heritage, earning the title of the Book Capital of Britain. Stroll along the high street, lined with enticing bookstores, and immerse yourself in the town's rich literary ambience. Consider a stay at our Luxury Welsh Country House near Hay-on-Wye, where you can unwind in our Kingfisher Spa with a captivating book in hand.

Indulge in the charm of these unique destinations and make your stay memorable in the heart of Welsh natural and cultural wonders.