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Holiday cottages in BUILTH WELLS, Powys

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In the centre of Wales amongst the vast, hilly country side, the unspoilt village of Builth Wells lies, as the heart of the Powys. This quiet little place is famous for hosting the Royal welsh show each year which attracts people from all over the UK. As you’d expect from such a deep welsh village, it has a long history book with old castle ruins within the bounds of the town.

If you’re feeling quite brisk, why not leave your holiday cottage and take a stroll around the surrounding countryside? There are some popular routes already woven around the area that take you along and across the River Irfon, to the Wye Valley and back past the 300 year old church the Abrams Folly (a small wood) with plenty of wildlife and living nature to see along the way.

After you’ve spent the day in the great outdoors, return to one of the local pubs and sample the locally sourced food and ales while enjoying a welsh sunset, what could be better than that? Book your holiday cottage in Builth Wells if you want to experience the heart of Wales for yourself, whether your booking in the summer or the winter, you’re welsh holiday cottage.

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SO0350 : Wesley Methodist Church, Builth Wells

SO0351 : Greyhound Hotel, Builth Wells