Rhayader 2 miles.
A modern, wooden lodge, situated within the countryside of Rhayader in Powys.
The idyllic setting and popular attractions nearby make this a desirable stay for a couple’s getaway.
An open-plan living room greets you, comprising of sitting, dining and kitchen areas.
You can sit back on the cosy sofa and choose from watching a film on the Smart TV or simply admiring the views through the quirky circular window.
A double bed lies in the same room, adjacent to a classy shower room showcasing an all-white theme.
The excellence of the property continues to its exterior as you are engulfed in breathtaking rural views which can be enjoyed in front of the fire pit or in your own luxury hot tub - what more could you possibly want?
Rhayader, an attractive market town, benefits from boutiques, a leisure centre and a swimming pool, not to mention its selection of shops and pubs.
The West Coast of Wales is within driving distance and is sure worth the trip.
This charming countryside retreat ensures some time away from it all.
Note: This property can be booked with 971913 Shepherd's View, 932323 Valley View, 963226 Meadow View and 976810 Mountain View, together they sleep ten people.
All ground floor. Open plan studio accommodation with one double bedroom, kitchen, dining area and sitting area with sofa bed. Bathroom with shower, basin and WC.
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.