Parks & Gardens in Mid Wales
Mid Wales

Mid Wales | Castles | Cycling & Walking

Looking for a UK holiday gem? Then look no further and visit Mid Wales & The Welsh Marches.

A fantastic location close to the English border and only 4 hours from London, this region of Wales is littered with Welsh Castles, History, Heritage - a great location for an adventure or that rural retreat you’ve been promising yourself.

A Visit to Wales isn’t complete without seeing at least one Welsh Castle. The castles in Wales are famous for their turbulent history between the Welsh and the English. Today they offer visitors a great day out with lots to do and provide a UK family holiday that is streets above the rest.

The Mid Wales Marches aren’t just about castles. Explore Mid Wales and you will find a beautiful array of market towns dotted around the region. Welshpool and Newtown are two of the largest towns in the region and offer an array of walks, museums and history. Also famous for the National Trust Powis Castle and home to the Gregynog Festival. This region of Wales offers the visitor a relaxing break that makes you feel 1000 miles away from the hustle and bustle of city life.

Great UK Deals and holidays can be found in this region of Wales. Make sure you take a trip to the famous Lake Vyrnwy or take a walk on the Montgomery Wales Canal.

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Looking for a UK holiday gem? Then look no further and Visit Wales & The Welsh Marches.

A fantastic location close to the English border and only 4 hours from London, this region of Wales is littered with Welsh Castles, History, Heritage - a great location for an adventure or that rural retreat you’ve been promising yourself.

A Visit to Wales isn’t complete without seeing at least one Welsh Castle. The castles in Wales are famous for their turbulent history between the Welsh and the English. Today they offer visitors a great day out with lots to do and provide a UK family holiday that is streets above the rest.

Mid Wales Map

Events in Mid Wales

Events from
date event
Sat 15 Sep - Sat 24 Nov William Condry 1918-1998 at Y Tabernacl
Sat 29 Sep - Sat 10 Nov Edward Wolfe’s Song of Songs at Y Tabernacl
Sat 29 Sep - Sat 17 Nov Jacob Buckland at Y Tabernacl
Sat 29 Sep - Sat 24 Nov Kevin Blockley at Y Tabernacl

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Welsh Castles

Brecon Castle & Restaurant

Brecon

The Castle at Brecon is a hotel full of charm and character, built around the walls and tower of Brecon Castle. It is located right in the centre of the Georgian City of Brecon

 
 

Cycling & Walking

Walking Infographic

Machynlleth

Start: Centre for Alternative Technology (C.A.T) car park Grid Reference: SH 754 044 Distance: 7.1 km – 4.4 miles Grade: Moderate (some steep sections) Terrain: Firm tracks, roads and open grassland Maps: OS Explorer OL23 or 215