AROUND DWR Y FELIN

If you ever feel like venturing a little further than the comfort of your cosy cabin then Mid Wales has a wealth of activities and attractions that cater for all ages and tastes, from sandy beaches to dynamic mountains, underground cave tours to afternoon tea in a country manor, steam railway rides to touring around lakes and walking waterfalls. There is plenty to choose from to keep you and your loved ones well occupied... if you can tear yourself away from the hot tub that is!

Check out this blog of things to do in the area around Dwr Y Felin that is useful for some top local tips!

Or you can check out midwalesmyway.co.uk for lots of information on what is available in the area

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HORSES, BIKES & QUADS

From Coed Y Brenin and Bwlch Nant Yr Arian cycle centres to the Bwlch Gwyn Farm trekking centre there are plenty of outdoor activities ready and waiting all within an hour of your cabin

FISHING 

If it's fishing you're looking for, there are trout pools in the village plus fishing at Clywedog Dam or river fishing on the Severn.

RALLY & HIGH OCTANE

If the Forest Experience Rally School in the village doesn't get your pulse racing then the zip line and trampoline caves at Zip World Adventure certainly will!

 

SCENIC WALKS & PLACES TO VISIT

It wouldn't be a trip to Wales if it didn't include some mountains and a castle, and we certainly have plenty of both!

There are castle ruins hidden away like Castell Y Bere, or the more pristine Powis Castle for those looking for some luxury.

Cadair Idris mountain marks the beginning of the Snowdonia National Park and provides a breathtaking panoramic view of the valley surrounding it straight out to sea