Penoffa Farm Lodges
Two beautiful, wooden lodges, sitting amidst the wonders of the Mid Wales countryside in a desirable position for a rural retreat, the Penoffa Farm Lodges are the perfect choice for families or groups of friends seeking an idyllic location, with plenty of amenities and attractions in easy reach. Resting within the sleepy hamlet of Beggar's Bush, with the ancient town of Presteigne just a scenic drive away, at any time of the year, these cottages inhabit an enviable spot. Together the properties sleep a total of thirteen guests, with Dan Y Coed sleeping eight and offering partial ground-floor living, while Pen Y Clawdd can house five guests, its bedrooms tucked beneath the eaves of the first floor, each property boasting beautiful views, where you may be able to spot Red Kites flying over the farm from the veranda, and a rustic, homely interior from which to spend quality time with your loved ones. Sitting within Beggar's Bush, the local area is wonderfully remote, with plenty of opportunities for exploring the beauty of your surroundings by foot, the lodges also overlook the National Trail of Offa's Dyke Path, where the ancient earth works are visible, they’re perfect for avid walkers, with 177 miles of path to discover diverse landscapes and beautiful natural habitats. Nearby, you will also find the Offa's Dyke Association, allowing you to brush up on the history of Offa’s Dyke and information of the numerous of walks available within the surrounding area. You’ll also find the perfect retreat in the idyllic surroundings of the Elan Valley, just 30 minutes from the lodges, perfect for walking, cycling and for wildlife enthusiasts and for enjoying the breath-taking magnificence of the Victorian Dams. For all the local amenities you could need for a self-catered stay, visit Presteigne, sitting at the heart of the Marches on the border of Wales and England. Presteigne makes a great touring base for exploring the wider area once you've stocked up with local produce from one of the many independent shops on the high street and local area, with plenty of quaint pubs and tea rooms to choose from too sitting along the cobbled streets for when you feel like dining out. Visit the attraction of the award-winning Judges’ Lodgings, in the town too, a Victorian museum complete with judges’ apartments, servants’ quarters, courtroom and cells; it makes the perfect way to learn more about the rich history of the area. Why not venture out on an adventure further afield, with all of Hay on Wye, Hereford, Ludlow and Shrewsbury all within driving distance. Visit the Royal Welsh Showground in Builth Wells, hosting over 400 events annually, including competitions, attractions, displays, activities, live music and shopping, there is something to see at any time of the year. Spend a day in Llandrindod Wells for fantastic shopping experiences and enticing museums such as the historic Radnorshire Museum and the unique National Cycle Museum, or enjoy a scenic experience like no other and delve into the depths of the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Resting on the England/Wales border, the Penoffa Farm Lodges are an ideal touring base from which to enjoy a fun-filled escape with all of your loved ones.
Presteigne 3.8 miles.
Resting in the charming hamlet of Beggar's Bush near to Presteigne you will find this family-friendly holiday lodge, Dan Y Coed.
Offering a group of eight a homely abode from which to explore Mid Wales, it makes a fantastic choice for a countryside escape at any time of the year.
Step out into the enclosed garden and soak up its glory; the veranda offers far-reaching views of your unrivalled surroundings, while the hot tub at the side of the property makes the perfect way to unwind each evening.
Inside the lodge boasts equal delight, where you can choose from two spots to relax with both a snug, which leads you into the amply-equipped kitchen/diner and a spacious sitting room boasting an inviting corner sofa making a lovely spot to cosy up with your loved ones with a family-favourite film on the television.
Also on the ground floor rests both a convenient utility and a bathroom with a bath and separate shower, so you can choose how best to prepare for your day, as well as both a double bedroom and a bunk room being on this floor too, offering wonderful ground-floor living for those less able.
The first floor houses both a double with its own en-suite bathroom and a twin with an en-suite basin and WC, with fantastic views and a homely interior in which to relax.
Dan Y Coed is the perfect choice for a rural escape to Wales with your loved ones.
Note: This property can be booked with Ref. 1051670, together sleeping 13 guests
About the location
Leominster 14 miles; Hay-on-Wye 19 miles; Ludlow 20 miles; Hereford 23 miles.
Nestling on the banks of the River Lugg, the ancient town of Presteigne lies on the border of England and Wales and has been voted one of the top 10 towns in Britain by Country Life magazine. The reason for this award is obvious as the town boasts an array of black and white timbered buildings, narrow cobbled streets, individual shops, tea rooms and traditional pubs as well as the award-winning Judges’ Lodgings, a Victorian museum complete with stunning judges’ apartments, servants’ quarters, courtroom and cells. The town plays hosts to music and arts festivals throughout the year as well as a monthly farmers’ market. Explore the Mortimer Trail, Offa’s Dyke, the lovely walks up to Wigmore Castle, Croft Ambrey and the quiet valleys of the Lugg, Teme and Clun. The small town of Kington, well regarded as a centre for walking, is celebrated by visitors for its lovely scenery and excellent walking and cycling in the surrounding rolling hills. This quiet, pleasant town offers a number of excellent shops, pubs and restaurants. There is a variety of tourist attractions close by including the Kington Small Breed Farm Park and Owl Centre, the pretty blooms at the Hergest Croft Gardens and Radnor Hill, which boasts England’s highest golf course. Ludlow, with a magnificent castle, over 500 listed buildings and stunning medieval street pattern, provides a fascinating backdrop for the town’s regular street markets, showcasing a range of goods - from cheeses and fresh produce to books and local crafts. Take a day trip to the town of books, Hay-on-Wye, the pretty market town of Leominster or Hereford with its cathedral home to the Mappi Mundi world map.