Welcome to Powys Pods...
...Peace in Mind
Are you looking for alternative accommodation to use as a base to
explore Mid Wales?
Do you want get away from it all for an enjoyable family holiday or a peaceful romantic break where you can sit relaxing, taking in lovely views and sounds of the countryside as you watch the day go by?
Have you always wanted to go rambling in the Brecon Beacons, cycle the Radnor Ring, walk Offa’s Dyke or paddle down the River Wye?
Are you searching for campsites near Hay on Wye?
Whether you want to be active during your break at Powys Pods or just have a relaxing getaway, staying in one of our cosy wooden camping pods could be just the thing for you. There really is something for everyone in this idyllic corner of Wales.
Camping pods are essentially a small, cosy log cabin similar to the wooden ‘Wigwams’. They are great for families, couples or groups of friends, for those wanting exclusive romantic getaways, an affordable weekend break or maybe just a stress-free alternative camping holiday without the worry about the weather.
When staying at Powys Pods you will have the luxury of modern facilities with the unique atmosphere of a camping holiday. Each of our three camping pods will allow you to be warm, dry and cosy throughout your stay with heating, lighting and electric sockets. As well as that, you will have use of our self-contained toilet-shower units, with luxury power showers, which just adds to the atmosphere and novelty value of the whole ‘Podding’ experience.
Washing-up sinks - Covered area for sitting and BBQ or camping stove cooking - Free Wi-Fi - Drying room - Three separate self-contained units with toilets, wash basins & luxury showers - Fire pit - Lawn/tent area - Disabled access - Car Park - Bicycle storage - Local information area - Great local walks for all abilities
What else is nearby?
Horse Riding/Trekking (1 mile) - Golf Course (3 miles) - Local Pub (4 miles) - Hay-on-Wye the "Town of Books" and the annual Literary Festival (8 miles) – The River Wye & the Wye Valley - Brecon & the Brecon Beacons National Park - Cathedral City of Hereford with the Herefordshire Cider Route & the Black and White Village Trail - Spa town of Llandrindod Wells - Builth Wells & the annual Royal Welsh Agricultural Show - Plenty of walks on local open hills with lovely views over Powys and Herefordshire as far as Shropshire & the Costwolds - National Cycle Network - Offa's Dyke Path - and much much more!