Located towards the middle of Wales and just a couple of miles away from the England-Wales border, Welshpool is often considered to be the perfect destination for a short break for people within the United Kingdom.

Anyone that is visiting Welshpool will be pleasantly informed that there are plenty of attractions, activities and beautiful environments to enjoy while on your trip away. For those visiting Welshpool, often the most popular and famous attraction is Powis Castle – a 13th century sandstone castle that has beautiful gardens and views that will take your breath away. A visit to Powis castle means you’ll be able to see some of the excellent treasures that Clive of India bestowed there through marriage in 1784 – all within easy access of holiday lodges mid Wales.

The town of Welshpool is of economic significance for the immediate area. The local economy is primarily agricultural; however, the town boasts plenty of restaurants and shopping facilities that contribute significantly. Most of the architecture in the centre of the town is Georgian, which proves to be very interesting to visitors. The town was largely destroyed during the rebellion against the English King.

One of the most beautiful mansions in the world, Powis castle is a must see for anyone that has the pleasure of visiting the town.

Aside from this mansion, there are plenty of other attractions that you can make the most of whilst in the area.
Tourist attractions around Welshpool, holiday lodge mid Wales:

• Coed Y Dinas Garden Centre
• Llanfair Caereinion light railway
• Lake Vyrnwy and Bala lake
• Centre for Alternative Technology
• King Arthur’s Labyrinth
• Gwenffrwd-Dinas Bird Sanctuary
• Snowdonia National Park

Aside from these attractions located in and around Welshpool there are plenty of activities that you can get involved in while in the area. The wealth of accommodation will ensure that you have the perfect stay while in the region, which consists of hotels, b and b’s, holiday parks and holiday lodges mid wales.

• Fishing (Lake and River)
• Golf courses
• The Beaches of Barmouth, Aberdovey, Aberystwyth and Towyn all within distance
• Montgomery canal
• Llanrhaeadr Waterfall
• Bird Reserves
• Shooting
• Nature trails
• Bike tracks
• Leisure centre with children attractions and activities
• Adventure centres offering outdoor adventures like climbing, gorge walking and much more
• Food and beer festivals
• Welsh culture and heritage festivals
• Markets and trade fair stalls

Shopping and dining are also key areas that Welshpool has built up its infrastructure and community around, ensuring that there are plenty of excellent shops to get stuck into, as well as plenty of fantastic restaurants, bars and pubs to enjoy a perfect meal or a few drinks. When you combine everything that Welshpool has to offer, with excellent accommodation in the form of holiday lodges mid Wales, you are destined for an unforgettable trip!