A growing Llandrindod Wells-based company set up last year to turn uninhabitable buildings into good quality, affordable housing was a winner at the Powys Business Awards.
A Newtown company, which specialises in the manufacture and worldwide supply of products and services to help hospitals diagnose cancer, has continued to increase turnover despite the double impact of Brexit and the pandemic.
The owners of an 18th century coaching inn, hotel and eatery in the heart of the historic market town of Machynlleth are investing in staff development as the business bounces back from the Covid-19 pandemic.
Charles Dark and his wife, Sheila Simpson, from The Wynnstay, are confident of a busy summer ahead now that lockdown restrictions are being lifted. They hope that the predicted UK staycation boom will see a repeat of record business last August when takings were 40 per cent up on 2019.
Tourism businesses across Mid Wales are bouncing back strongly as visitors from across the English border return following the continued relaxation of Covid-19 restrictions.
Such is the pent up demand for a ‘staycation’ break in Mid Wales that Lon Lodges at Nantmel, near Rhayader, which offers luxury self-catering holiday accommodation in two lodge cottages and a Stellar Safari Lodge, has only a few dates available until December.
The award-winning Love2Stay resort on the outskirts of Shrewsbury is launching a new £1 million luxury glamping development today (Monday).
Resort owner, Salop Leisure, has invested in an exclusive collection of 11 new luxury Woodland lodges which join 11 existing safari lodges in a hugely popular glamping village.