Mid Wales & Welsh Borders: Bunkhouses, camping Barns & hostels

This maps of Mid Wales and the Welsh Borders shows Bunkhouses, camping barns and hostels. This is part of the Independent Hostels UK network, the largest network of bunkhouses and hostels in the UK.

This maps of hostels and bunkhouses in Mid Wales and the Welsh Borders shows the locations of self catering accommodation in Mid Wales. It shows self catering accommodation close to the Mid Wales towns of Talgarth, Newtown, Montgomery and Welshpool. Bunkhouses and hostels are ideal for Walkers and cyclist as they provide self catering accommodation which can be used for single night stays. This is ideal exploring the wilderness area of the Cambrian Mountains or visiting the wild ponies of the long Mynd. Crisscrossed by the River Wye and the River Severn the Welsh Borders provide brilliant canoeing. Explore the white waters north of Glasbury-on-Wye. Holiday by camping canoe on the rivers south of Hereford. Hay-on-Wye and Builth Wells are tourist hot spots where visitors browse the bookshops and take tea in the cafes.

The Cambrian Mountains are a mountain bikers heaven with miles of off road tracks. Here you can go cycle touring on the old drovers roads. There are Cycle trails for all abilities in Coed Trallwm Forest. The Trans-Cambrian Way and Ystwyth Cycleway provide over 100 miles of cycle trails. You can explore the beautiful Eland Valley and Lake Vyrnwy by bike and Tregaron is a great jumping off point into wild country for cycling. There are plenty of relatively traffic free road cycling routes around Llanidloes.

Waterfalls abound which make ideal destinations for rural walks and picnics. The welsh borders are crossed long distance walks including Offa’s Dyke, Usk Valley Walk, Severn Way, the Wye Valley Walk, Glyndwr’s Way and Marches Way.

The Welsh Marches have the spa towns of Builth Wells and Llandrindod Wells and market towns of a Knighton and Rhayader to explore. This is a historical area named after the Marcher Lords who governed the area between England and Wales, independently of the King, for many years. You are never far from a castle on the Welsh Borders and there are ruins to explore at Powis Castle, Llanthony Priory, Grosmont Castle, Skenfrith Castle and Raglan Castle. The Cambrian mountains and many other wild areas of Mid Wales are ideal for wildlife and famous for Red Kites.

the maps also cover the area around llangollen, a bustling town built around a tumbling river.