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.
Constructed in a style reminiscent of American lodges, this spacious property is set on a working farm at the heart of the Brecon Beacons National Park. It is one of two lodges designed to be as energy efficient as possible, sleeping up to 12 guests across five bedrooms. The handy location means you could soon be exploring the plethora of scenic trails leading directly from your doorstep, or taking the short 4-mile drive into neighbouring Sennybridge to refuel with a hearty pub lunch. If you are feeling adventurous, the magnificent caves of Porth-yr-Ogof and Dan-yr-Ogofare are just 6.5 miles away, or perhaps you would prefer to visit Ystradfellte, 14.5 miles away, for the famous Four Waterfalls Walk.
Beneath the Welsh stone is an immaculate interior finished in a contemporary style with elegant furniture and lots of wooden detail. The L-shaped open-plan living space is warm and inviting, featuring a sophisticated kitchen that’s equipped with a fridge/freezer, electric oven, hob, microwave, dishwasher, and a washer/dryer. Natural light pours in through the patio doors into the dining area, which has enough seating to host your entire party around the oak table. A cosy lounge can be found towards the other end of the room, with snug sofas and a TV for family film nights. All of the bedrooms boast comfy mattresses and a TV: the first of which is a twin room located downstairs with its own en-suite wet room and WC that is suitable for wheelchairs. A separate cloakroom with an additional WC can also be found on this level. Climb the stairs to discover the remaining bedrooms, and a fantastic bathroom with a large shower, corner bath and WC. Guests with young children will find the family bedroom particularly useful as it has a king-size bed and an additional sofa bed that sleeps two. The master bedroom has a crisply dressed king-size bed and a handy en-suite shower room, and the final two bedrooms (one double and one twin) are equally as pleasant.
Outside, the shared hot tub is the focal point of the lawned garden whatever the weather, as it is carefully sheltered from the elements. Children will adore the play area and, by prior arrangement, you can explore the grounds and even hire bikes to take in the views of the beautiful Welsh countryside. Return to a slap-up feast on your own private patio, sizzling up a storm on the BBQ and relaxing on the garden furniture.