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A holiday cottage in Machynlleth, the 'ancient capital of Wales'
Like most Welsh towns, Machynlleth's passion for green living, healthy food, and tradition is palpable. It boasts plenty of historical sites and natural diversions as well, all easily accessible from Machynlleth accommodations.
A living Welsh culture
Recognizable by its Victorian clock tower, the popular street, Heol Maengwyn, is lined with specialist shops, cafés, art galleries, and market stalls. Wednesday's open markets feature a choice selection of French, Spanish, and Welsh food stalls.
Unravel the region's history at the Canolfan Owain Glyndwr Centre, which pays homage to the 14th-century Welsh ruler. Meanwhile, the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) showcases the work of leading Welsh artists, while The Tabernacle is a great spot to catch some choral music, theatre, or lectures. Refuel with coffee and cake at Café Glas.
Housed inside a historic slate quarry, the Centre for Alternative Technology (CAT) invites visitors to envision a world with renewable energy, organic gardens, and environmentally responsible construction. While here, follow the scenic Quarry Trail for outstanding views of Snowdonia National Park. Play areas in natural surroundings keep the kids happy.
Explore the wild Welsh woodlands at the RSPB Ynys-hir Nature Reserve, home to bird species such as the coal tit, pied flycatcher, and wood warbler. Birdwatchers and photographers will appreciate the observation decks and feeding points.
A weekend of standup comedy awaits at April's Machynlleth Comedy Festival, where comedians leave the audience in stitches. The town's most famous community event is the Machynlleth Festival in late August, which promotes Welsh culture through chamber music recitals, choral singing, masterclasses, talks, and late-night candlelit concerts.
In keeping with the spirit of Samhain (an ancient Celtic mid-winter celebration), the community-led Machynlleth Lantern Festival sees hundreds of lantern-bearing children and adults march through Heol Maengwyn amid stunning firework displays. It's also a time to remember the dead and those born in the past year.
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