This lodge offers a true glamping experience.
On arriving, access will be from a decked ramp leading to an open air porch, where you will find hanging space for coats and boot storage.
Relax and unwind on the comfy sofa, a trunk coffee table contains childhood games and some new fun ones to enjoy with family and friends.
Also provided are books, wildlife and nature journals, local history, maps, local information and bug hunting kits ready for the explorers to start exploring!
The amazing woodburning stove in the central living area, will keep you warm and snug whatever the weather.
Cook in the wood burning stove or cook on the gas stove hob, or there is a warming drawer to keep food nice and hot.
Enjoy meals around the dining table with comfortable chairs to seat 6 persons (a high-chair is available on request).
Candlelit dinners using safe LED candles and over the table lighting will provide the ultimate dining experience and memories to cherish.
Or alfresco dine on the decked veranda to make the most of the Welsh fresh air.
Evenings can also be spent sitting around your camp fire with a pizza oven and fire pit BBQ.
A private en-suite wash room that adjoins the tent at the rear, next to the bedrooms, has all the comforts of an electric shower, and a wash stand with hand basin.
Complimentary hand soap, shampoo and body wash will be provided, all kind to the environment.
Sleeping up to six guests comfortably in a double four poster bedroom, a bunk bedroom and a cosy cabin style double bed, everyone is promised a peaceful night's sleep.
A travel cot is available on request and the beds are made up for you with fresh brushed cotton sheets, a warm duvet and a fleece blanket with cushions and a much loved hot water bottle.
Outdoors the 300 acre Lon Farm, with its sheep flock and small cattle herd has an enormous amount to offer in the way of exploring the rural countryside.
Learn about the wildlife, the landscape and farm animals.
Unwind in the evening to watch the night sky, stargazing is a magical experience, the acclaimed Dark Skies status of the nearby Elan Valley means that on a clear night, you will see shooting stars, planets and the Milky Way while relaxing on your outside patio.
You are truly tucked away from it all.
About the location
Llandrindod Wells 10 miles; Aberystwyth 34 miles.
Rhayader is a small Welsh market town with a selection of tea rooms, pubs, restaurants, amenities and unique little boutiques, including local antiques.
An added bonus of a leisure centre with a large swimming pool and a weekly livestock market.
The Red Kite Feeding Station, on the outskirts of the town is a great attraction not to be missed.
Rhayader is the first town on the River Wye and is home to the spectacular dams and reservoirs of the Elan and Claerwen Valleys.
The Elan Valley offers a variety of walks and cycle trails (cycle hire is available in Rhayader), as well as a visitor’s centre with café and children's play area.
This area is known as the Wildlife Centre of Wales, with its amazing variety of nature reserves open for visitors to enjoy.
There is also pony trekking available in the area.
Visit Builth Wells, where the Spring Festival, Royal Welsh Agricultural Show and Winter Fair are all held annually.
Alternatively, a scenic drive will take you to the Welsh coast 34 miles away..