Llandrindod Wells, Powys
Idyllic rural getaway in the rolling hills of Mid Wales, this charming holiday cottage is perfect for big families or group trips.
Please note that the minimum stay for this property is 7 nights
Hidden away in a hamlet amongst the rolling hills of the Welsh countryside, Edw View is the perfect escape from it all. Away from the hustle and bustle of busy towns and cities, the sounds of traffic and people are replaced by the peaceful trickling of the stream and the calls of wildlife. The nights are truly dark away from light pollution and you’ll be able to see so many stars. This beautiful holiday cottage is in the perfect spot to help you reconnect with nature and relax.
The recently renovated house sleeps up to nine guests in five beautifully furnished bedrooms. With a king, a double, a twin, a bunk room and a single, the options are flexible enough to suit most groups or big families. There are also two bathrooms and a shower room. The living spaces are perfect for cosy evenings in with a log-burning fire, fluffy blankets and comfy sofas. In the front room, challenge each other to a board game or snuggle up with a book in front of the fire. The panelled room at the back of the house can be used as a games room for children or a place to settle down in front of a film. There’s also a dining room, perfect for serving up hearty feasts in the evenings after days spent exploring the surrounding countryside.
Edw View has its own beautiful garden with seating areas hidden away amongst the greenery. Follow the sounds of the Edw stream down to the bottom of the garden and have a paddle in the clear water or relax beside the riverbank taking in the scenery.
The cottage is set in the heart of Wales in the Radnorshire countryside and there are endless outdoor activities to try nearby. The house is partnered with the neighbouring campsite, Fforest Fields, and guests have access to its facilities. There are lots of walks to discover over the 500-acres of farmland and two lakes, one for fishing and on for swimming. You can also explore the ancient landscape of Mid Wales by bike or even on horseback.
The nearby towns also offer plenty of things to do. The rambling streets of Hay on Wye are home to many book shops and the town is also host to the famous Hay Festival, a treat for any book lover. Discover some Victorian grottos, parks and beautiful architecture in Llandrindod Wells or visit the lively market town of Builth Wells.
Guests will have access to Fforest Fields campsite, lakes, walking and cafe
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