Llandrindod Wells, Powys
Luxurious treehouse with a hot tub and spectacular views in a remote location near Elan Valley, perfect for a couple’s countryside escape.
Please note that the minimum stay for this property is 2 nights
Cadwollens Treehouse is owned and managed by Laura and John.
Cadwollens Treehouse provides luxurious accommodation in the picturesque Welsh countryside. Six miles from the nearest village, this is a tranquil haven, perfect for a rural escape for a couple.
A beautiful copper bathtub stands pride of place before the enormous windows that span the front of the house and looks out over acres of stunning countryside. Wander outside and relax in the hot tub perched at the edge of the decking, perfectly located to take in the scenery. When the sun starts to set, get a fire going in the fire pit, relax in the hammock or toast some marshmallows.
The treehouse is equipped with everything you could need for a comfortable self-catering holiday. You’ll be greeted by the spacious living area, which feels even larger thanks to the huge windows that make up the front of the house. The result is a bright and airy space with a relaxed atmosphere. Comfy sofas and, of course, that beautiful bath provide plenty of opportunities to unwind.
The double bedroom is located on the mezzanine level and features a luxurious king-size bed. From here, the spectacular views over the countryside are still visible through the large windows. The bathroom features a large shower, however, a second shower is located outside on the deck.
The living area extends into a fully-equipped kitchen with a cosy breakfast bar. The closest shop is around six miles away, so you can easily stock up on supplies for your stay, however, the remote location doesn’t mean you’re limited to eating in. There are plenty of options in the local villages, such as The Horse and Jockey in Knighton.
The treehouse sits near a Site of Special Scientific Interest and guests are encouraged to climb to the top of the hill for stunning views and to get your bearings. Venture out into Elan Valley which offers miles of spectacular walking trails, not to mention the magnificent dam and reservoir system which showcases the best of Victorian engineering. With beautiful scenery all around you’ll quickly see why this is a favourite with landscape photographers.
There are plenty of opportunities to explore the local flora and fauna just by getting out into the countryside. If you arrange your trip at the right time, you can arrange to meet the local lambs. Or, if you prefer, just relax in the hot tub and see if you can get a glimpse of a red kite as they soar overhead.
Our prices vary throughout the year. Please visit our website for prices and availability.
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