Description: About Suran Y CoedSearching for a lovely log cabin in a wonderful rural location in Powys? If so, Suran-Y-Coed could be perfect for you. This Scandinavian Finlodge is complete with a private hot tub, and is set within its own fenced grounds next to woodlands and a bubbling stream. This area is wonderful for wildlife watchers as during the day you may lucky enough to see buzzards or kites whilst at night you can listen out for the little owls. With stunning views of the surrounding hills and woodlands nestled in this private valley, this 2 bedroom holiday lodge is ideal for relaxing and unwinding with family or friends.
Constructed from solid pine timbers, this is a high quality wooden holiday lodge with an open plan ground floor which features a lounge area with free Sky TV and DVD player, dining area, kitchen, ptr shower area and WC. The kitchen is fully equipped with microwave, dishwasher, fridge, washing machine, gas hob and electric oven. Upstairs is the comfortable double bedroom with en-suite bathroom and an equally comfortable twin bedroom. With a charming wooden interior, Suran-Y-Coed offers a wonderful holiday atmosphere and is centrally heated so you can be assured of a cosy stay. Outdoors there is a large veranda with garden furniture and outside lighting so you can make the most of those long summer evenings. Watch the sunset from the veranda with a chilled glass of wine after enjoying a dip in the hot tub where you can watch the stars twinkling in the sky.
The 4 person hot tub is wonderful for relaxing in secluded surroundings. Children between the ages of 8 -16 can use the hot tub only if supervised and if an adult is present in the hot tub.
All accommodation on the farm is non-smoking. Sorry no pets permitted as we are a working farm.
This owner/agency has featured on countrycottagesonline.com since 2005
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Local Attractions near Knighton
Top Attractions: Cefnsuran Farm is set in an isolated valley on a 330-acre working farm, 7 miles from the market town of Knighton. The scenery offers a beautiful location for a peaceful, interesting holiday. Guests are welcome to stroll around the farms way marked trails, through 30 acres of ancient woodland and pools with abundant wildlife. Fly-fishing is available; Glyndwrs way passes through our farmland and connects with Offa's Dyke footpath a few miles away.
Recommended Places to Visit: JUDGES LODGINS in PRESTIGNE ELAN VALLEY DAMS RED KITE CENTRE LUDLOW CASTLE SHREWSBURY CITY HEREFORD CITY
Annual Eventst: Hay Festival in June, Royal Welsh Show - last week of July, 40 minutes away. VICTORIAN FESTIVAL - last week in August - 25min drive. KNIGHTON SHOW AUGUST BANK HOLIDAY 15min. KINGTON SHOW first Saturday in September - 20min
Recommended Places to Eat Out: The Hundred House Inn 5min The Horse & Jockey inn Knighton 15min The George & Dragon inn Knighton 15min SAFRON HOUSE RESTURANT 15min The Stag at Titley 25min
Local Sports: bird watching, clay pigeon shooting, coarse fishing, fishing, fly fishing, golfing, hiking, horse riding, karting, paintballing, pony trekking, stargazing, swimming, tennis, walking, wildlife watching
Nearest Train Station: Knighton