Sat in an idyllic elevation overlooking the breath-taking scenery of Powys in Wales is this beautiful wooden-clad lodge, set just three miles west of the lovely town of Llanidloes.
Placed perfectly for exploring the great outdoors of Wales, you can make this the homely base for a break of adventure, or your heart-warming relaxing spot for a while.
Enter The Firs and feel instantly at home, the spacious open-plan living area is gloriously bright and airy, its cosy sitting space is enhanced by a TV and an electric-effect woodburner.
The dining table offers ample dining set for four, while the modern and stylish kitchen is fully equipped for your convenience throughout your stay.
Head through into the two tasteful bedrooms, both hosting double beds and benefit from stunning en suite facilities to make this rural retreat a real home-from-home.
From the main living area, step out of the patio doors and be greeted by rural bliss, the jaw-dropping countryside views can be enjoyed from a number of seating spots, some of which are under-cover so you can enjoy this magnificent setting no matter the weather.
The Fir's finest asset is the luxury hot tub that benefits from some of the finest vistas imaginable.
Indulge yourself with a glass of bubbly and simply take it all in.
The popular and idyllic Clywedog Dam is close to the property, as is the charming market town of Llanidloes, providing a fine assortment of amenities and playing host to a local museum.
Something to suit every taste is available in the surrounding area, from the far-reaching walking and cycling country to the fascinating towns of Newtown, Llandrindod Wells and Rhayader.
Further afield, you can pay a visit to the dramatic Powis Castle, take the hour-long journey to the glorious coastline abounding in glistening beaches, or perhaps cross the border over the Shropshire where you can discover wonderful towns such as Ludlow and Shrewsbury.
Appreciate the awe-inspiring Powys countryside and all that it can offer from this marvellous wooden hideaway.
About the location
Newtown 13 miles; Llandrindod Wells 29 miles; Aberystwyth 36 miles.
The market town of Llanidloes nestles on the eastern slopes of the Cambrian Mountains, with access to some of the most unspoilt and undiscovered scenery both Wales and the Welsh/Shropshire Borders have to offer. Locally, there are plenty of activities to enjoy, with walking, cycling, riding, fishing, tennis, golf, swimming and shooting all available within 10 miles. Further afield, but still within easy touring distance, are a host of attractions: Powis Castle (National Trust), with its world famous gardens, is just 20 miles away; the Welsh Coast, with its fine beaches, is less than an hour’s drive; Rhayader and the Elan Valley are 40 minutes away; the Shropshire towns of Ludlow and Shrewsbury are within easy reach, as are the popular North Wales destinations of Llangollen and Snowdonia. A picturesque region, ideal for an action packed holiday or a relaxing break.