Park the car and take a moment to enjoy the far-reaching hillside views which surround this detached log cabin in St Harmon in Wales.
The owners’ animals are in fields adjoining their smallholding and inside, there is a spacious, open plan living area with a well-equipped kitchen, a breakfast bar, a dining area and a sitting area with a warming woodburner.
This is a great room where you can all sit and enjoy meals together, watch TV or just chat.
If some of you want to watch different TV programmes, there are TVs in the bedrooms and all are most welcoming for a good night’s rest after active days out exploring.
The wet room is an ideal addition for the less mobile and there is also a bathroom for extra convenience.
Who will be first outside and into the private hot tub?
Along with a refreshing drink on the patio, this is a brilliant way to end your day, while the children play on the swing, climb into the tree house and whizz down the slide.
It would be easy to spend your entire holiday right here, but it would be a shame not to venture out into the surrounding countryside for walks and bike rides, or take a visit to the local market town of Rhayader, with its interesting little shops, tea rooms, bistro and pubs.
See the beautiful red kites soar overhead, or at the nearby feeding station where they can be viewed much closer.
A drive through the Elan Valley will astound you, with its scenic lakes and wonderful hillsides.
With such a variety of days out to enjoy, you will be spoilt for choice and returning to this superb log cabin each evening will be the icing on the cake!
All ground floor. Three bedrooms with TV: 2 x double, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, basin and WC. Wet room with shower, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with woodburner.
About the location
Rhayader 3.5 miles.
The small village of St. Harmon is located on the River Marteg in the county of Powys, amidst the beautiful countryside surrounding Rhayader. Rhayader is a bustling market town with an abundance of small unusual shops, many eating establishments and pubs, a leisure complex, and for outdoors enthusiasts, cycle hire is available in the town. There is a wonderful feeding station for Red Kites near Rhayader, where they can be observed quite closely. For a more strenuous but most enjoyable day, try pony trekking through the area. Discover the fabulous Elan Valley Lakes, the Gilfach Nature Reserve and the excellent mountain biking in the Hafren Forest, which are all close. Visit Builth Wells, where the Royal Welsh Show is held annually, and where you will find a wide variety of shops, tea rooms and pubs, as well as many craft shows and exhibitions throughout the year.