Love2Stay Mid Wales is set within the beautiful Severn Valley, perfectly located to explore Mid-Wales both inland and coastal.
Showcasing stunning views out over the countryside and rolling hills. It’s our location that makes it ideal for trips to valleys, attractions as well as stunning welsh beaches.
The local village of Caersws offers a variety of amenities, as well as access to the ‘Severn Valley Way’ river path. Full of quaint history, the village used to be the Roman capital of Wales. On top of this, the train station used to be the site of a Roman Bath-House!
Located between twomarket towns of Newtown and Llanidloes, take a trip to visit the history that they offer. Treat yourself to some shopping from the numerous independent shops. Venture a little further to Welshpool with the spectacular Powis Castle and the Welshpool and Llanfair Light Railway – one of the great little trains of Wales.
Newtown is surrounded by nature reserves, riverside walks, Montgomery Canal paths and Dolforwyn Castle. Not forgetting Gregynog Hall & Gardens. a stunning country house built by Lord Davies of Llandinam.
Discover our hand-picked selection of things to do while spending quality time at our resort.
If you fancy taking in some sea air during your stay with us, the pretty coastal towns of Aberdovey, Barmouth and Aberystwyth are around an hour’s drive away.
Aberdovey boasts local independent shops, a delightful ice cream shop and fantastic fish and chips! Enjoy crab fishing from the jetty, kayaking, kite-flying, dog walking and sand castle building, and all with great views of Cardigan Bay.
Barmouth beach is a mixture of sand and some fine shingle and is ideal for bathing and watersports. A land train runs along the promenade and there are traditional donkey rides, swing boats and amusement arcades.
Aberystwyth’s seafront is a focal point of the town and a favourite attraction for visitors and locals alike. The clean, dark sand and shingle beach is accompanied by traditional seaside treats such donkey rides, bandstand entertainment and the town’s Victorian Pier.