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Situated in Machynlleth, this inn is within 20 miles (32 km) of Centre for Alternative Technology, Cregennan Lakes and Coed y Brenin Visitor Centre. Dolgoch ...
Situated in a rural location, this holiday home is close to Centre for Alternative Technology. Area attractions also include Dolgoch Falls and Cader Idris ...
Known unofficially as the “Ancient Capital of Wales”, the small town of Machynlleth makes a relaxing rural Welsh retreat. Situated in the plunging greenery of the Dyfi Valley, the town is also on the southern edge of the Snowdonia National Park and just a short drive from the wonderful Welsh coastline.
Machynlleth’s beautiful and varied surrounds are just one of the reasons why booking a hotel or bed and breakfast here should be one of your top choices if you’re visiting Wales. Once you discover its wonderful range of festivals, golf courses and outdoor sports, you’ll soon understand why this small town is such a thriving hub in the Powys countryside.
Small in number but big in personality, the hotels in Machynlleth are dotted about the Newtown Road close to the town centre. If you want absolute radio silence, you could also find a hotel a little further afield. The hotels in Machynlleth are perfect if you’re looking to improve your handicap on the golf course as you’ll find several nearby. After a day of hiking or mountain biking in Snowdonia National Park, enjoy all the comforts and luxury you deserve with a quiet drink in a hotel overlooking the tranquil River Dyfi.
Plant your head on a pillow in a converted 18th Century country house or find a modern bungalow at the edge of town. Whatever you’re seeking, the bed and breakfasts in Machynlleth cater to a range of flavours and budgets. Dig into a full Welsh breakfast, made by your welcoming bed and breakfast hosts from fresh local produce, while you watch over the imposing mountains of the National Park. A bed and breakfast in Machynlleth is a great way to experience living like one of the locals, before heading out hiking in the mountains or driving to Cardigan Bay for a spot of windsurfing.
Self-catering accommodation is abundant in Wales and it gives nature enthusiasts the freedom to come and go as they please. Machynlleth is no exception, offering a range of wonderful self-catering cottages, country houses and converted farm buildings. Whether you’re after a self-catering apartment with all the modern conveniences or something a little more rustic, you’ll have no problem finding it nearby. Wherever you stay, you’ll be treated to fantastic views over the rugged hilly landscapes of the Dyfi Valley.
Machynlleth is an environmentally friendly town and has one of the UK’s largest wind farms. It is also home to the Centre for Alternative Technology, which seeks sustainable alternatives to current technologies. The visiting green enthusiast will be pleased to find that there is an award-winning green backpackers’ hostel close to Machynlleth. Set in lush landscape, this hostel has an exclusively environmental focus.
Pay a visit to some of the most unspoiled Welsh countryside. Search online and find the ideal hotel, hostel or bed and breakfast in the charming town of Machynlleth today.