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Glamping in Powys & Brecon – Mid-Wales Glamping

Published on 12/03/2020 by cabinbookers78

Looking for affordable glamping in Powys? By far the biggest county in Wales, Powys is home to pretty villages and beautiful countryside. It’s also a great place to go glamping – prices are competitive and it is less busy than some other areas of the UK. All the glamping options listed below are well insulated and have heating, making them perfect for all year round holidays.

The Dragons Back

Situated next to a 300 year old pub serving ales and food, the shepherds hut at Dragons Back boasts stunning views of the Brecon Beacons.

Inside the hut there is a double bed, a kettle, power points and a heater. A short distance away, guests also have a private bathroom and a shared dining kitchen.

Dogs are allowed and this glampsite is great value – the shepherd’s hut costs an average of £60 per night.

Wild Meadow Shepherd’s Hut

If you are searching for a relaxing glamping location, look no further. Wild Meadow shepherd’s hut is sited in 3 acres of flower meadows and orchards!

A cosy double bed is the focal point of the hut, and the wood burner ensures ample heat whatever the weather. There’s also electricity, plus a table and chairs.

Outside, there’s a camp kitchen and a kitchen garden. Guests can collect produce from the garden before using it in their meals!

Caban Bryn Arw 

Just a couple of miles from the Powys border sits Caban Bryn Arw. It is located in a private garden and is very close to Sugar Loaf mountain in the Brecon Beacons.

The caban has a double bed, a dining table with chairs, and also basic cooking facilities. There is also a log burner and guests have use of a separate bathroom with shower and toilet. Outside, there is a BBQ area.

The car park for Sugar Loaf mountain is at the end of the road. You can walk from the hut to the top of the mountain – a map is provided.

Choosing Powys as a holiday destination is ideal for people who want to be active and explore the countryside. The area is home to the Brecon Beacons National Park and the Cambrian mountains. There are plenty of walking and cycle routes to try out!

If relaxing is your thing, the villages and towns in Powys have plenty to pass the time – most have a good selection of pubs, shops, and cafes. The town of Presteigne was also voted one of the nicest places to live in the UK.

For history lovers, there’s also a number of castles to visit which are in various states of ruin. Montgomery Castle is one of the best preserved.

At CabinBookers we don’t charge any booking fees. Simply browse our glamping sites and contact the owner directly to get the best price.

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