Llandrindod Wells, Powys
Sleek and elegant timber lodge with hot tub set in a rural central Wales, with high-end amenities and sprawling country views
Please note that the minimum stay for this property is 3 nights
Located in the rolling greenery and patchwork fields of a mid-Wales valley, Ewe View is a a robust and ultra-contemporary cabin-style lodge, kitted out with everything that a couple, friend group or family needs to spend some time in the breath taking beauty of rural Wales.
With two bedrooms, one with a king sized bed and the other offering twin singles, Ewe View remains popular with couples looking for mini-breaks, hikers and outdoors enthusiasts, and both veteran central Wales explorers and first time holidaymakers.
The cabin is beautifully designed and built with expert craftsmanship, creating elegant and robust spaces which let in the Welsh light, and feel both airy and cosy all year round. With dedicated working spaces, as well as a dining area and comfortable furniture, it allows versatility for a range of different guests. No matter your idea of the dream getaway, you're bound to find the cabin comfortable and in a dream area for physical, cultural or culinary pursuits.
As well as floor to ceiling windows and space for guests to be comfortable, the cabin is equipped with full hot water plumbing in the en-suite shower room and a modern fitted kitchen including induction heating technology. Although the cabin is located in one of the most beautiful stretches of the Welsh countryside, there is plenty to do inside as well, with a range of books and board games made available for guests to take advantage of, as well as a television. Guests can also relax and unwind in their own private hot tub that sits on the deck and offers views of the surroundings. And for groups travelling with children, there is also a kids play area on-site!
The local area is enduringly popular with anyone who enjoys hiking, birdwatching, fell-running or simply strolling through the greenery. Check out the charming independent shops at Knighton, or Llandrindod Wells, or make the trip to historic Offa's Dyke for an educational hike. The cycle path to the Elan Valley is well worth investigating, leading to a truly beautiful and tranquil space guaranteed to thrill families, couples and individual travellers alike.
When it's time to refuel, enjoy dinner at The Harp, which is well known for a great Sunday roast. After spending the day on a lengthy hike through the fresh air and greenery, there really is nothing like coming home via a pint at the local pub for a lengthy soak in the hot tub before a home cooked dinner with local ingredients, enjoyed under the stars. The coastline is also only an hour away, and many guests choose to spend a day on the beach.
Ewe View has its own play area
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