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Muddy Walkies

If you’re planning a trip to Mid Wales but are unsure what to do with your faithful four legged companion, then why not bring them with you.
 

We dont just mean dogs and horses...
We suggest you check with your accommodation provider before you hop in the car, just to make sure that youre allowed to bring Sid the snake,  but we know that in at least one of our caravan parks it’s not unsual to see "Warren", a pet rabbit, out on his morning constitution with his lead glinting in the sun.
There’s a field where a man brings his birds of prey to exercise and flap their wings, and there’s one or two city cats that have packed up their bowls and taken a trip to the countryside on a little weekend break.

 

 We have a selection of accommodation waiting to open their doors (and in some cases stables) for you.
More walks than you can shake or throw a stick at and some of the best bridleways you’ll ever have galloped on.

 

 

If Rover still isn’t quite convinced that the bright lights in the night skies of Mid Wales are for him...well, dont just take our word for it...

try playing him Mid Wales Maddie's Way, maybe she can convince him.

 

 

Enjoy a long paws with us and your furry friend.
We look forward to finding out what #MidWalesMyWay means to both of you.

 

 

 

 

 

Upcoming events

  • Dark skies festival
    Date: 
    Saturday, April 1, 2017 to Sunday, April 30, 2017

    Hay Dark Skies

    One of only five places in the world to obtain dark sky reserve status the Brecon Beacons is the ideal place to observe the night sky

  • Machynlleth Comedy Festival
    Date: 
    Friday, April 28, 2017 to Sunday, April 30, 2017

    Machynlleth Comedy Festival

    When we first talked about starting Machynlleth Comedy Festival above of all we wanted to create somewhere where people came to have fun, and get away from it all, whether this be the attendees, the comedians or the festival team.