Stowed away in a peaceful location, surrounded by verdant pastures and shaded by delightful, flourishing trees is Cherry Tree Lodge, a very light and airy log cabin with fresh colour schemes complementing soft grey furnishings.
Set foot in the beautifully spacious open-plan living room which boasts an opulent kitchen, showcasing lovely light units and modern fixtures to accompany, across from this is the comfy sitting area with a log effect fire suit and a wall mounted TV, also a lovely dining area for which to enjoy a sociable evening over a home cooked meal.
For a well-earned, good nights' sleep in this peaceful setting, head to one of the bedrooms with your choice of a twin or a double room enhanced by a very modern family shower room in an all-white shade.
Just off from the dining room are French doors leading to a patio area complete with ample seating and a private hot tub overlooking the vivid green fields encompassing the region.
Fully enclosed and adjacent to the fishing lake, the lodge stands in a beautiful countryside area, with the friendly town of Llandrindod Wells nearby.
Visit the notable landmarks within the delightful town and delight in the Victorian and Edwardian architecture.
Discover the wide range of entertainment at the Royal Albert Theatre and Pavilion Mid Wales, not to mention the Radnor Fringe Festival held in the Rock Park.
There are plenty of walking opportunities in the area and the lake is a wonderful location to bring a family picnic.
Enjoy a well-deserved break at this fantastic holiday lodge.
All ground floor. Two Bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin. Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Open-plan living room with kitchen, dining area and sitting area.
About the location
Builth Wells 7.6 miles; Hereford 41.3 miles
Llandrindod Wells is a lighthearted, friendly town situated in the county of Powys, within the historic boundaries of Radnorshire, Wales. There are some notable landmarks within the town, including architectural buildings in ornate styles dating from the Victorian and Edwardian eras. Llandrindod Wells Victorian Festival, known locally as 'Victorian Week', takes place at the end of August, bringing many tourists to the lively town. Some people like to go-all-out and look the part in Victorian, Edwardian or other antique costumes, and many of the high-street shops dress their windows, in spirit of the event. There is a wide range of entertainment available in the town each year; hosted at The Albert Hall Theatre, Pavilion Mid Wales, which brings Live Music, Comedy and Theatre and Radnor Fringe Festival which is held within the Rock Park. The lake in Llandrindod Wells is part of the town's Victorian history and still remains a popular attraction today, it is a lovely location to bring a picnic with the family. For all you bowling enthusiasts there is The Radnor Indoor Bowls Centre along with the Outdoor Bowling Club for an afternoon of local sports. If you fancy exploring some of the history around the town there is The Radnorshire Museum, The Rock Park & Heritage Centre and The National Cycle Museum, all for your discovery. The Thomas Jones Statue on Temple Gardens is also worth a visit as you stroll across the gardens. The town is situated in a very rural spot so there are lots of scenic walking opportunities; Beacon Hill is a nice 4 mile long trail whilst The Spa Walk offers gentle slopes and opportunity to try the waters at the Chalybeate Spring in Rock Park. Llandrindod Wells provides something for everyone and is a great place for a healthy break.