Rent a luxurious log cabin in Powys for that wonderful holiday feel you get with a stay in a wooden holiday lodge. Country Cottages Online features a great choice of log cabins in Powys and beyond in Wales.
Suran-Y-Coed, a Scandinavian Finlodge set in its own fenced grounds near a babbling stream. Look out for the buzzards or kites flying over head and listen to the little owls at night. Great views of the surrounding hills and natural woodlands that shelter this private valley.
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luxury 5 star pine lodge - secluded setting
The Lodge is made from solid pine timbers with open plan ground floor, kitchen, living area and dining area, ptr shower area and toilet.
The kitchen is fully equipped with fridge, microwave, washing machine, gas hob and electric oven. The living area has Sky television with video and CD radio. Upstairs we have a double bathroom en-suite and a twin room.
The lodge is gas central heated and for the long summer evenings there is a spacious veranda equipped with hand-made wooden furniture and outside lighting. Watch the sun go down with a glass of wine in our very comfortable chairs after a dip in the hot tub watching the stars come out. Hire our 4-person hot tub to unwind in secluded surroundings. Adults only. The hot tub is up at the main farm house (50 yards) on a private sun trap patio with table and chairs, plus a gas barbecue.
All accommodation on the farm is non-smoking. Sorry no pets as we are a working farm.
About Powys and the local area:
Guests are welcome to explore the farm and take in the stunning views of Radnor Forest, the Brecon Beacons, the Black Mountains and even the Malverns on a clear day. We have a pool which is well stocked with brown trout, and fly fishing is available at a daily rate. Coarse fishing is available at the nearby Pen-y-Clawdd Pools.
Our local town, Knighton, is seven miles away. Known in Welsh as 'Tref-y-Clwdd' - 'The Town On the Dyke' is the half way point of Offa's Dyke long distance footpath. We often accommodate walkers who are traversing and also Glyndwr's Way, which runs crosses Wales from Knighton to Machynlleth, and passes through farm.
Activities close by include clay pigeon shooting, rally driving at the renowned Phil Price Rally School and half or full day rides at Underhill Riding Stables, allowing you to experience our area on horseback. Other local towns include Presteigne, the former county town of Radnorshire and home of the fascinating Judge's Lodging Museum, Hay-on-Wye, the world's secondhand book centre and host to the Hay Literary Festival every May, and Llandrindod Wells, the original Welsh spa town with a proud Victorian heritage which is brought to life every year at the end of August with the Victorian Festival.
There's plenty of scope for exploring the peaceful countryside of Mid Wales. Nearby Radnor Forest has hundreds of miles of tracks and is an excellent area for energetic mountain bikers to be let loose. Further afield - about 20 miles distant - is the Elan Valley, a large area of uplands and valleys with a system of reservoirs and Victorian dams.
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