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Glyngynwydd Cottages & Wedding Barn

Nestling on the easterly slopes of an unspoilt valley, Glyngynwydd is set in an area of outstanding natural beauty amid mountains, hills, lakes and rivers. We stand in twelve acres of land which include; woodland, a wildlife pond, meadow, relaxing gardens and our own stream and dingle for our guests to enjoy.

Whether you are looking for a peaceful holiday to sit back and relax, or would rather take advantage of the many attractions and leisure pursuits this beautiful part of Mid Wales has to offer, look no further than Glyngynwydd.

We are situated 2 miles from the beautiful market town of Llanidloes where you will find a supermarket, swimming pool, pubs and restaurants. 



5 self-catering cottages; book individually or as a group, sleeping up to 19.

See cottage page for further information.

Wedding Barn We are a licensed venue for Civil Ceremonies, Blessings, Civil Partnerships and also welcome Humanist Ceremonies and Renewal of Vows.





SY18 6QQ


Tel: 01686 413 854

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We have 5 self-contained holiday-let cottages which can be rented separately or as a group sleeping up to 20 people.

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Each cottage comes with its own kitchen, sitting/dining room, shower room and cast iron stove.


Glyngynwydd has been listed in local records as a "township" since early times and now consists of a traditional 17th century farmhouse, surrounded by a cluster of farm buildings of various ages, some of which have been sympathetically converted to provide five self-contained holiday cottages.



Llanidloes takes its name from the early seventh century Celtic Saint Idloes & is the first town on the River Severn.The half-timbered Old Market Hall stands at the crossroads of the four streets of the original medieval town. Built around 1600, it is the only surviving building of this type in Wales. Llanidloes has a reputation as a very "quirky" town, known for its liberal, counterculture atmosphere.

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