This impressive eco-lodge is set in the centre of a tiny rural hamlet, offering large groups a comfortable base for exploring the Brecon Beacons National Park, complete with a few special extra touches.
Providing impressive accommodation for a dozen guests, this stunning eco-lodge is one of a pair of properties set in a beautiful part of the Brecon Beacons National Park. Situated on a working farm, the lodge is designed to be as energy efficient as possible and features a shared sheltered hot tub. Perfect for a large family gathering or a group of friends marking a special occasion, this American-style lodge is great for hikers, cyclists, walkers, and climbers exploring the secluded and beautiful Crai Valley.
Entering this elegant Welsh-stone-built property, the light, attractive L-shaped open-plan living area offers a warm and inviting lounge, a fully equipped kitchen which is a pleasure to cook in, and a fantastic oak dining table ideal for a special family meal, as well as a games area with a pool table. The lodge has five cosy pine-lined bedrooms, all with TVs: an en-suite ground-floor twin room, and a family room, en-suite king-size room, a double and a twin upstairs. The garden features a shared hot tub and children’s play area, and a private patio which is perfect for BBQs or relaxing in the evening with a glass of wine. You can explore the farm by arrangement or hire bikes to discover the glorious Welsh countryside.
The lodge makes a fantastic base for exploring the western part of the Brecon Beacons, with nearby attractions including the National Showcaves Centre for Wales (6.5 miles) and the village of Ystradfellte (12 miles) which is known for its caves and waterfalls. Local activities include hill-walking, hiking, climbing and mountain biking. The picturesque villages of Defynnog (3 miles) and Sennybridge (4 miles) have some welcoming pubs to relax in, or you could head into the thriving cathedral town of Brecon (12.5 miles) with its range of restaurants, pubs, cafes, and shops.