Browse our list of Machynlleth holiday cottages to find your ideal self catering accommodation in this area of outstanding natural beauty, which has recently been designated as a Biosphere by UNESCO. There are lots of walks and mountain bike trails and plenty to do in the town itself. It has some interesting shops and several places to eat and drink. Don’t miss the fantastic street market held on Wednesdays.
Situated just over the border from Ceredigion in the county of Powys, the town is at the confluence of the Dovey (Dyfi) and Dulais rivers and within easy reach of Aberystwyth by rail or road. Visitors from the Midlands can travel direct to Machynlleth from Wolverhampton via Shrewsbury in just two hours.
Holiday cottages in Machynlleth are a good choice if you wish to visit the Centre for Alternative Technology for an interesting family day out or wander round the various nature reserves in the area, including the exciting Dyfi Osprey Project. A day trip by car will take you north into the dramatic scenery of Snowdonia.
Set amidst 5 acres of peaceful gardens and woodland, The Pool Cottage is a character cottage on the country estate of Ty Poeth in the Cambrian Mountains. From Ty Poeth’s gardens, you look over the
The Farmhouse at Ty Poeth in Mid Wales is set amidst 5 acres of peaceful gardens and woodland overlooking the Dyfi valley on the edge of the Snowdonia National Park and the Cambrian Mountains. This
Set amidst 5 acres of peaceful gardens and woodland, The Grove is a character cottage on the country estate of Ty Poeth in the Cambrian Mountains. From the gardens, you look over the Dyfi valley on
Cosy cabin in a wooded hillside in Aberdovey. Stunning views of the Dyfi Estuary and perfectly positioned for explorers set on the southern border of Snowdonia National Park. (2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom)...read more
The Hall at Ty Poeth in Mid Wales is set amidst 5 acres of peaceful gardens and woodland overlooking the Dyfi valley on the edge of the Snowdonia National Park and the Cambrian Mountains. See where
With an idyllic setting overlooking the Dyfi estuary and views down to the sea at Aberdyfi, Cae Mawr is a stunning Grade II listed whitewashed cottage which makes the perfect base for a family
Grand, luxury cottage with heated pool and hot tub in Llanbrynmair. Breathtaking views of the Cambrian Mountains and Twymyn Valley. Easy access to Wales' best attractions. (7 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms)...read more