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Holiday cottages in MACHYNLLETH, Powys

SH7400 : Old coach house doors at Y Plas, MachynllethSH7400 : Outbuildings at Y Plas, MachynllethSH7400 : Log seat outside Y PlasSH7400 : Green in front of Y PlasSH7400 : Grade II listed West Lodge (Deildy), MachynllethSH7400 : An interesting doorway
The picturesque town of Machynlleth in Powys, Wales is the perfect location for a self-catering holiday. An ancient market town, Machynlleth still boasts historical buildings dating back to the 15th Century and is where Owain Glyndwr was crowned as the Prince of Wales in 1404.

The town still holds a festival in September to celebrate his birth and is the perfect time to rent a holiday cottage. Playing host to some of the best mountain biking terrain Wales has to offer, whether you are a novice or expert there is a trail for you. And even if you prefer to keep your feet firmly on the ground, Machynlleth caters for walkers too. With walks and trails out of the town, you can explore the surrounding area by foot or bike.

If action holidays are not your thing, there are plenty of attractions in and around Machynlleth that do not involve such exuberance. The benefit of taking a self-catering holiday cottage is of course that you enjoy the flexibility of taking a walk around the scenic market town, visiting The Parliament House medieval townhouse or trying your hand at mountain biking along the river Dulas. Venturing further afield you could take a day to visit Snowdonia National Park, or south to the Vale of Rheidol Railway. With such an array of different and exhilarating activities, sights and attractions Machynlleth in Powys, Wales makes the perfect holiday cottage destination.

SH7400 : Edible Mach vegetable area, Plas Drive, Machynlleth

SH7400 : Green in front of Y Plas

SH7400 : Warning sign - roundabout, Heol Pentrerhedyn, Machynlleth