Trewythen Lodges command a breathtaking location with spectacular views across the rolling mid Wales countryside. The lodges are well appointed and make the most of the stunning views of the Welsh countryside yet are only two miles from the nearby pretty villages, with an array of pubs and shops serving and selling fresh local produce.
Heartsease Lodges enjoy a gloriously secluded setting, just minutes' drive from the attractive Victorian spa town of Llandrindod Wells.Perfect for a relaxing break at any time of year, these luxurious lodges boast their own private hot tubs, great for relaxing under the stars.
Peacefully situated amidst beautiful, unspoilt countryside, the rural village of Llanfan Fawr is home to an old church and Powys' oldest pub, The Red Lion, which serves fine, traditional fare.
Stylish well equipped and warmly comfortable these newly built lodges boast their own blissful hot tubs and a peaceful setting on a family run working farm.
Surrounded by superb countryside, the attractive village of Trefeglwys provides a wide range of local amenities and activities.
With a village shop and pub as well as facilities for walking, cycling, fishing, bird watching, kite feeding and clay pigeon shooting, this charming rural settlement has everything a visitor could possibly need for a relaxing holiday away from the hustle and bustle of city life.
Just 5 miles from the attractive Victorian spa town of Llandrindod Wells and Rhayader's spectacular Red kite feeding station these three warm and comfortable lodges each of which boast their own blissful hot tubs offering wonderful views all enjoy a peaceful working farm setting.
This welcoming and newly refurbished farmhouse, with its own blissful hot tub, offers wonderful views, in a quiet but convenient rural setting on a working farm. There is informal fishing free of charge by arrangement with the friendly owners and for more serious fishing the beautiful Elan Valley, with its stunning reservoirs, is the areas main attraction, and there is the River Wye and Llyngwyn Lake. The area is also a wonderful location for mountain biking, bird watching and walking. Choose to walk the Glyndwr's Way, Cistercian Way or on Offa's Dyke.
Commanding panoramic views over the Banwy Valley from their peaceful setting above the small village of Llangadfan, these well-appointed lodges enjoy elevated balconies overlooking their own lawn and are perfect for escaping the hustle and bustle of modern life.
Enjoying an idyllic setting amidst protected woodland in the foothills of the Brecon Beacons National Park, this rural park sits on a non working farm and offers an excellent base for simply getting away from it all.
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