Resting in a fabulous location and wrapped in countryside views, this heart-warming lodge is a breath of fresh air with views overlooking the idyllic lake.
Ideally suited for couples wanting to get away from it all, there are two acres of woodland and pathways just waiting to be explored.
Living up to its name, there are little mice features dotted around the lodge to add a touch of quirkiness and character to your stay.
All ground floor, a lounge/diner oozes colour and style, with wooden wall panels and a modern theme that brings the layout to life.
Bi-folding doors open to the balcony so you can wander outside for some fresh air, then return to the sofa and log burner for a cosy night in.
Luckily, with the quirky little window you can still enjoy views across the woodland from the comfort of your holiday home.
Nearby, the kitchen has been designed with bright green splash backs for a hint of vibrancy, compact yet beautifully arranged, so you can prepare those appetising meals in style.
The super king-size bedroom is spacious and well-presented, with a lovely dressing area, whilst the shower room boasts a curved feature wall.
Just as impressive as the interior, step outside to be at one with the natural landscape, perhaps admiring the scenery from the balcony, or enjoying a barbecue with your loved ones.
Spend a few hours touring Llandinam perfect for walking, cycling and mountain biking and birdwatching, or visit Llanidloes just five miles away, also built on the banks of the River Severn, boasting architecture including timber-framed black and white houses.
The beautiful West Wales coast, Elan Valley, Gregynog Hall and Cader are not to be missed.
About the location
Llanidloes 5 miles; Newtown 8 miles.
The small village of Llandinam stands beside the River Severn and is steeped in history from even before Roman times. Today, the village has an excellent pub/restaurant and is surrounded by superb countryside - perfect for walking, cycling and mountain biking, fishing, birdwatching and kite feeding. Just 5 miles away is the historic town of Llanidloes, also built on the banks of the River Severn. It boasts a variety of architecture including timber-framed black and white houses, with the impressive old market hall being its finest example. There is a good choice of amenities in the town, including antique shops, pubs, restaurants, organic cafes and scenic riverside walks. There is also a riding school just five miles away. The renowned beauty spots of Llyn Clywedog, with its 236ft dam, and Hafren Forest, offering sailing and fabulous scenery, are both close by. If you would like to travel further afield then Caersws station is just 2.5 miles away and has excellent rail links to Birmingham and London. The beautiful West Wales coast, Elan Valley, Gregynog Hall and Cader Idris are just some of the many other attractions a little further afield. For those coming by train from the Midlands and London, Caersws station is just 2.5 miles away with direct links.