Machynlleth holiday cottages
The historic town of Machynlleth is situated in the beautiful Dyfi Valley. Machynlleth has something to offer everyone with mainly independent shops lining the streets, such as arts and crafts, jewellers specialising in rare Welsh gold, and a range of cafes. All of this is on your doorstep when you book one of our Machynlleth holiday cottages. Add into the mix the beautiful countryside surrounding the town, with attractions and activities galore, and we can guarantee you won't be disappointed. Due to its stunning location within the Dyfi Valley, it’s great for mountain biking at Coed-y-Brenin Forest, which is suitable for keen bikers and families alike, and walking along a part of either the Cambrian or Glyndwr's Way. If you're feeling energetic, why not walk up Cadair Idris with an elevation of 2,930ft?
During holidays in Machynlleth, you can visit places of interest including the building said to be Owain Glyndwr's 1404 Parliament House. It has a special role in Welsh history because of its connection with the Prince of Wales who rebelled against the English during the reign of King Henry IV; it is one of three medieval houses in the town. Our range of self-catering Machynlleth accommodation is suitable for family trips and romantic breaks for two. So browse our Machynlleth cottages and see which one catches your eye. When planning holidays in Wales, you might also like to check out our Mid Wales cottages and Eryri/Snowdonia holiday homes.