Penllwyn Lodges
Powys, Wales

Details for Penllwyn Lodges

Nestling in the breathtaking Welsh countryside, between Welshpool and Newtown are Penllwyn Lodges. The selection of 19 log cabins offers the perfect hideaway for your relaxing holiday or short break. Whichever one you choose, you cannot fail to be impressed by the luxury and attention to detail which has gone in to each and every one.

 

Surrounded by stunning countryside, and wrapped around the hillside along the Montgomeryshire Canal, the location of the lodges is just perfect for outdoor lovers.

Once inside your lodge you will find a cosy home from home with all the comforts you could ever need. Centrally heated for all year round warmth, the well furnished and comfortable accommodation has a fully equipped kitchen with oven and microwave, colour television and outdoor covered seating area for al fresco dining.

There is a small general shop which stocks a comprehensive selection of everyday essentials and the nearby village of Berriew has shops and a village pub.

Once settled in, there is plenty to explore right from your doorstep, with some beautiful walks along the canal path where the local wildlife is abundant. The on site lake offers a tranquil place to enjoy some quiet fishing and attracts birds and water fowl. Close by there is some excellent game and coarse fishing on the River Severn. The onsite gift shop stocks a selection of bird food and nuts to enable visitors to feed the birds and small mammals which inhabit the woodlands. Golfers can enjoy the perfect round on the adjacent 9 hole pay and play course which has its own restaurant and bar. Younger members of the family will enjoy the playground and meeting the resident animals, with a parrot, Kune Kune pigs, a donkey, a llama and a pair of Shetland ponies to delight them. Just a bit further afield there is Cardigan...

 
 

Further Details

Accommodation Type:  Lodges & Log Cabins
Beds:
  • 2
  • 1
  • 1
Bedrooms:  3
Sleeps:   8
Speciality:
  • Pet & Dog Friendly

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