The Llwyn Coppa Barns are located within the peace and privacy of its own farmland. From this base visitors can gain easy access to many local attractions and enjoy the stunning scenery, flora and fauna of this most gorgeous part of the British Isles.
Please remember that it does, occasionally, rain in Wales. Therefore, do come prepared with wet weather gear, especially if you plan to spend significant time outdoors!
Llanidloes, a quaint market town is about 30 minutes away by car.
Here is a selection of some of the things to see and do while staying here. This is definitely not an exhaustive list and we are sure you will find many opportunities to indulge in your favourite holiday activities!
There are hundreds of footpaths criss crossing the ancient, varied and unspoiled landscape of this part of Wales, with walks to suit all tastes and abilities. Many of these paths are seldom used and are the perfect way to “get away from it all” and enjoy the solitude of nature. The terrain ranges from lowland mixed pasture and ancient woodland, to rougher terrain over upland moors. Many feature ruins of ancient earthworks and sites of historical interest.
Southern Snowdonia is only just over 20 miles way and is the gateway to some of the best mountain walking in the UK. Meanwhile the Cambrian mountains should not be overlooked either.