Knighton, Mid Wales
A beautifully restored 19th century lodge overlooking the River Teme with arresting views of the gorgeous Powys countryside.
Please note: minimum stay for this property is: 2 nights low season & 3 nights high season
With its unrivalled location on the Welsh border at the confluence of the counties of Powys, Shropshire, and Herefordshire, you will find this lovingly restored 19th century lodge. With views overlooking the nearby river Teme, this gorgeous self-catering escape offers stunning countryside vistas and a truly relaxing stay. Wilde Lodge sleeps 10 guests over four bedrooms inside the main lodge. And from April to the end of September there are three permanent bell tents set up in the garden, fully furnished for extra guests. Each tent sleeps two with space for an additional two camp beds per tent for children. And if you're planning an event, look no further. An additional 100+ guests can be accommodated, and several events packages are available. So, whatever the occasion, whether it is birthdays, weddings, or an intimate family retreat, Wilde Lodge has you covered.
The Lodge has been lovingly restored to its former glory by the owners, with elegant - yet homely - décor found throughout. The ground floor houses three rooms. The spacious sitting room has ample seating, a flat screen TV, and a cosy fireplace (with logs provided) which makes it an ideal spot for socialising with a glass of wine or chilling with a good book. Across the hallway you'll find the kitchen, which comes fully equipped with all necessary mod cons for whipping up delicious feasts for your group. The dining room sits adjacent and has another fireplace for added cosiness. There's also space for up to 18 guests to dine whilst taking in the lovely views over the fairy lit garden.
There are four bedrooms upstairs, all with king-size beds and two with ensuite bathrooms for added privacy. There is an additional large family bathroom, complete with a bath and a shower. To the rear of the property is the games barn - with its own games and ping pong table. Guests are free to roam the expansive grounds and take in the main gardens with their fire pits, games, and outdoor seating. This is a delightful spot for al fresco dining or enjoying drinks outside long into the evening. Should you have need for extra space, three bell tents can be set up to sleep an additional six guests in total. Each tent has a zip and link bed which can function as twins or a super king. For even larger groups, please inquire.
The Lodge is located on the English and Welsh borders of Powys, Shropshire, and Herefordshire. The region is famed for its natural beauty, making it a firm favourite for hikers and nature lovers. Just to the north are the Shropshire Hills. A designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the region is home to some of the UK's most gorgeous countryside, as well as plenty of charming villages. For the foodies, The Baron of Beef at Bucknell is a gorgeous local pub servicing local fare and is a five-minute drive away. A little further afield is The Oak in Wigmore - a magnificently restored 16th century coaching inn. Nearby places of interest include Powys Castle, Attingham Park, and Croft Castle. The Great Escape - one of England's longest ziplines - is also just five miles from The Lodge.
Low Season £1100 for a minimum 2 night stay for 10 guests.
High Season £2400 for a minimum 3 night stay for 10 guests.
3 fully furnished bell tents, each sleep 2 per tent with extra space for children. Each bell tent is £380 per tent per stay.
Camping pitches are £55 per pitch.
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