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Llangurig near Llanidloes, Mid Wales & Cardigan Bay Show on map

Sykes rating

  • 5 Guests

  • 1 Bedroom

  • 1 Bathroom

  • Pets No


  • Hot tub
  • Off road parking
  • Ground floor accommodation
  • Ground floor bedroom
  • Garden / Patio
  • Cot available
  • Highchair available
  • Broadband / WiFi


  • Single-storey
  • Two bedrooms: 1 x triple bunk (small double below, single above)
  • Studio-style layout with double bed, kitchen, dining area, and sitting area
  • Shower room with walk-in shower, basin and WC
  • Gas central heating
  • 2-ring gas hob, combi microwave/oven, fridge with ice box, kettle, and toaster
  • Smart TV, WiFi
  • Fuel, power, barrel of logs and half barrel of morning sticks inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Highchair and travel cot available on request
  • Off-road parking for 2 cars
  • Front, gravelled garden with wood-fired hot tub, fire pit, and picnic bench
  • Sorry, no pets and no smoking
  • Pub 0.4 miles, shop 0.6 miles
  • Note: Two steps up to the property
  • Note: The bunk has a safety ladder with anti-slip, glow-in-the-dark tread and night light on upper for safety, and sockets at the head of both beds with USB ports

The property

Willow is a contemporary and stylishly rustic pod, offering a rural glamping space to unwind, relax and recharge in the tranquil village of Llangurig, Mid Wales.

Boasting a spacious layout, a wood-fired hot tub, a fire pit, and being within easy reach of a wealth of attractions and natural beauty, this pod makes an ideal base or home-from-home in the most peaceful setting, perfect for couples, with or without children.

Reach this hidden gem, park off-road and be welcomed into this contemporary, wooden pod, a tasteful abode featuring large patio doors.

From here, enter the property and discover a studio-style layout with a double bed, as well as a kitchen with a good selection of amenities, a dining space, and a sitting area with a Smart TV, providing everything you need for a self-catering stay.

Also in the property, discover a triple bunk room with a small double below and a single above, along with a sleek shower room for your refreshment.

The outdoor space is ideal for taking in the views, offering furniture for alfresco dining, as well as the added opulence of a relaxing wood-fired hot tub, from which you can enjoy stunning sunrises and starry skies.

Be sure to take in your surroundings, where you may even see some of the resident wildlife on the property; Canadian geese, woodpeckers, red kites and buzzards can all be seen from Willow, and you might even spot the affectionately named Harriet the hare.

To see the local red kites in action and during feeding time, there is a variety of feeding centres to choose from, including Bwlch Nant yr Arian, which is conveniently en-route to Aberystwyth, Gigrin Farm, which offers some of the most spectacular views of the Wye and Elan Valleys just half a mile from the charming market town of Rhaeadr Gwy (Rhayader) (known as the outdoor capital of Wales), and Valley View Falconry for a day amongst these fascinating birds of prey.

If you’re looking to pop out and be back at Willow in time for sunset, you can find a Post Office and general stores within walking distance to stock up on your essentials, as well as the Grade II listed, 16th-century Bluebell Inn for some traditional pub grub when you don’t fancy cooking.

The neighbouring market town of Llanidloes is just five miles away, with the option of a scenic route along the old road, or if you’ve brought your bike along, you can follow the picture-perfect Cycle Route 8 from the pod, straight into the town.

Lôn Cambria (route 81), running from Aberystwyth to Wolverhampton via Llanidloes, Newtown and Welshpool and towards Shrewsbury and more of England also offers some of the best landscapes to enjoy while on two wheels.

Alternatively, take the quiet country lane alongside the A470, north of Rhaeadr Gwy (Rhayader), to Newtown and Welshpool to enjoy a traffic-free cycle via the Montgomery canal.

There’s also plenty of options for mountain biking and off-roading in the stunning Mid Wales, with handy storage, washdown facilities and toolkits at Willow.

Mountain bikers can take the The Trans-Cambrian Way, Llyn Clywedog, Llangurig to Rhaeadr Gwy (Rhayader) loop and the Hafren Forest loop.

Off-roaders may want to explore the internationally-renowned Sweet Lamb complex, just outside Llangurig, where you can also find the exhilarating KTM and Ducati Adventure Bike Experience.

Llanidloes is home to a wide selection of restaurants, pubs, cafés and takeaways, catering for all tastes.

The Wild Oak Café is popular amongst the locals and visitors, for its vegan and vegetarian options and barista coffee.

Llanidloes is the first town on the River Severn, counting from the source.

The River Severn flows through the town of Llanidloes, with a choice of pubs and cafés to tickle your tastebuds along the way.

Hafren Forest is a must-visit for all the family; accessible for all ages and abilities with ample parking, toilet facilities and a spectacular boardwalk suitable for buggies, wheelchair users, from young children to the elderly.

There is the option to undertake longer walks leading to the Source of the River Severn from Hafren Forest.

Avid hikers could embark on climbing Plynlimon, (Pumlumon in Welsh), the highest point of the Cambrian Mountains and the highest point in Mid Wales, which is just a short drive from Willow.

Climb to the highest point in the Cambrian Mountains on this challenging circular walk in Ceredigion.

There are wonderful views of the reservoirs, countryside and forests of mid-Wales to enjoy.

More cycling and walking nearby include Nant-y-Moch Reservoir, Source of the River Severn, Severn Way, Hafren Forest, Glaslyn Nature Reserve, Dylife Waterfall Walk, Cambrian Way.

Explore the rest of Mid Wales’ charming scenery, such as the quaint town of Rhaeadr Gwy (Rhayader), dining options, along with the opportunity to stroll along the picturesque River Wye.

Discover the lows of the Elan Valley and the highs of the Cambrian Mountain Range within easy reach by car, known for their beautiful landscapes and endless walking paths.

If you love being around the serenity of water, there are plenty more beautiful places worth exploring, including Ffrwd Fawr Waterfall, Llyn Clywedog, Pen y Garreg Dam, and Ar Elan Bridge, all within easy reach from Willow and offering delightful days out in the stunning Mid Wales scenery.

Book your relaxing getaway today at Willow.

Note: This property has a Good Housekeeping bond of £250.

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About the location


Newtown 15.4 miles; Llandrindod Wells 22.6 miles; Aberystwyth 30 miles.

Sitting amongst the scenic River Wye, in the heart of the Welsh countryside, you can find the charming village and community of Llangurig. A modest village in Montgomeryshire, you can find the wonderful amenities of a Post Office with a general store, tea rooms, and two inns serving real ale and delicious dining experiences. As well as its fantastic scatter of amenities catering to all tastes, the village benefits from the attractions of both the National Cycle Route 8 running through it, making it an extremely desirable spot for the avid cyclist with the route extending from Cardiff to Holyhead, it makes a wonderful way to experience the stunning scenery of Wales. The second attraction in the village is the beautiful Wye Valley Walk, also letting you soak in the beauty of the area, here you can enjoy a picnic amongst the tranquil waters of the river, with 17 enticing sections to explore. The village also benefits from a chapel and the wonder of its Grade II* listed parish church, boasting splendour around every corner, as well as holding the annual agricultural show and sheepdog trials; there's so much to be seen here. Venture out to discover the excitement of Llandrindod Wells, here you can find wonderful shopping experiences accompanied by a wider selection of eateries, as well as the National Cycle Museum and the Radnorshire Museum, both offering their own unique day out, perfect for all ages. The town also hosts the delight of Rock Park, the site of the earliest spa development, as well as a wonderful lake to explore where you can watch wildlife and enjoy a picnic in the summer months for a fantastic family day out. Enjoy a day out at the coast of Aberystwyth, with its beautiful beach and picturesque pier being well-worth exploring, or venture into the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty for an outdoor experience like no other.

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This property offers the following short breaks:

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  • Off-season
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  • Christmas