What to see & do…

Tucked away in over an acre of countryside which is overlooked by nothing but fields of sheep Holly Hollows is in walking distance from the small hamlet of Cefn Coch which has a lovely country pub.

For Ramblers starting on our land, there are several walks on public footpaths across the river Afon Rhiw and the local hills surrounding Holly Hollows.

Holly Hollows

The Red Ridge Centre, an outdoor activity centre, is also local to us. A further 10 minutes via car from Cefn Coch is the village of Llanfair Caereinion which has a choice of cafes, pubs, Spar shop, newsagents, bakery and you may even wish to relax and take a trip on the fabulous Llanfair steam railway. Approximately 30 minutes away is the lovely market town of Welshpool which has larger supermarkets lots more pubs and cafes and shops as well as many attractions such as Powysland Museum, Powis Castle and Gardens, Glansevern Hall and Gardens and Lake Vyrnwy to name but a few.

If the seaside is where you want to be then we are only 1 hour away from Barmouth and 1hour 15 minutes from Aberystwyth. There are lots of other seaside towns along the Welsh coast to explore.

For the walkers, mountain bikers, wildlife enthusiasts or just those who love the outdoors then why not pack a bag and head out to Snowdonia National Park only 1 hour and 20 minutes away. Snowdonia National Park is the largest in Wales and with its quaint little villages along the way it is a lovely day out with its amazing breath taking views of mountains, lakes and diverse landscapes.

For the anglers amongst you then there are several lakes and canals in the Welshpool area that can provide keen fisherman with opportunities to catch Trout, Gayling, Carp and common Roach. Montgomeryshire Angling Association (MAA) provide Day permits for many sites and these can be purchased from the Tourist Information Centre in Welshpool (01938 552043).

Horse trekking is available in the local area, please enquire with us for a list of local centres.

Aircraft Spotting: we are at the end of the mach loop which is where the RAF complete low level flying throughout the week.

This is only a snap shot of what there is to see and do both locally and further afield but whichever way you choose to spend your time here, we don’t think you’ll be disappointed at what we and Wales have to offer.