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We are on Lôn Las Cymru (Sustrans Route 8) and very close to the Glyndwr's Way, near Dylife, Staylittle and Llanidloes. We are also 2 miles from northern end of the Wye Valley Walk, which starts at Rhydybenwch, in the Hafren Forest and about 4 miles from the source of the Severn and, therefore, the start of the Severn Way. At two miles from Pumlumon (Plynlimon in English) we are also close to the Cambrian Way.


On arrival, we'll welcome you with a drink and a piece of delicious home made cake and fresh eggs from our chickens.  Once you have recovered from your exertions, you can wash your kit / your bike before we show you to your comfortable self-catering cottage. 

Any wet clothing or footwear can be left in our drying room overnight.  Bikes and saddlebags can be stored in a locked outhouse.  And if you need some running repairs, we have a comprehensive first aid kit.  If it is your bike that needs some TLC, we also have some basic tools (including tyre levers / puncture repair kit) and pumps.  The cottages each have a washing machine so you can wash your clothes ready for the morning.

Set in the middle of the Hafren Forest, with its miles of tracks, and the Cambrian Mountains, Cwmbiga Cottages make a great base for a Wales cycling holiday.  For more details, including the substantial discount we offer smaller parties, please click on 'Make a Booking' above.

" The accommodation was spot on, with everything we could need including washing machine which is handy after muddy walks. The surroundings are perfect, with beautiful walks right outside the cottage. The patio area and BBQ outside the cottage was also perfect (though we didn't have BBQ weather we were treated to a great variety of bird life). The drive to Aberdovy over the mountain road is stunning and the small seaside town is well worth a visit. We also learned that the weather at Aberdovy is very different to that on the farm so perhaps worth a trip if, like us, you have a few days of rain. After a day of visits or walking, coming back to light the stove and relax was idyllic."
Gary M