Listing Ref: 214
Lower Fishpools Lodges Wales
Lower Fishpools Lodges enjoy the most idyllic of settings. A haven for lovers of the great outdoors, they nestle at the edge of Radnor Forest, surrounded by nothing but beautiful, rural views.
Teeming with wildlife to discover, Radnor Forest boasts beautiful walking, cycling and riding trails to suit all abilities. Stabling is also available on-site all year round. (Charges apply.)
Lower Fishpools Lodges accommodation
A selection of luxurious, comfortable, contemporary lodges, perfect for romantic breaks or family holidays. They have all been designed to make the most of their beautiful surroundings. Each one has large doors that lead onto secluded outdoor decking. Complete with furniture, barbecue and fabulous hot tub, this is a truly idyllic spot to unwind. Enjoy an al fresco drink on a balmy evening. Perhaps even enjoy a spot of stargazing on a clear night.
For chillier days, there is a traditional woodburner to curl up in front of. And a flat screen TV with a DVD player to ensure that you have plenty of entertainment regardless of the weather.
There is also a well-equipped kitchen including microwave, dishwasher, fridge/freezer and washer/dryer.
Rent includes bed linen, duvets and towels, as well as gas and electricity. Travel cots and highchairs are also available for £5pw each.
Pets welcome, charged at £25pw each (max 2).
Please note: Group bookings may be subject to restrictions. All non smoking accommodation.
Lower Fishpools Lodges surrounding area
The lodges are ideally placed for exploring the wealth of fantastic sights and activities in this area. A haven for lovers of the great outdoors, the area is full of picturesque countryside and quaint historical towns. Berrington Hall, with its countryside walks, ornamental gardens and a spectacular house, is a great day out. Looking out over a wide valley, it provides excellent, panoramic views of the Brecon Beacons.
Discover some local heritage at Rhayader Museum and Gallery. The exhibitions change often, and offer a fascinating insight into great insights into local culture, society and economics.
To really immerse yourselves in the nature of the area, Gilfach Nature Reserve is a particularly stunning park at the heart of the Cambrian Mountains. It has lots of marked out trails that meander through a whole host of different habitats, as well as wildlife events such as badger watching. Of course, Offa’s Dyke Path is a huge, varied trail that showcases the best the region has to offer. Admire the spectacular scenery as you cycle, trek or horse ride through Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, National Parks, eight counties and even two countries! Alternatively, if Offa’s Dyke is a little intimidating, Kerry Ridgeway is a gentler route of about 15 miles. Dating back as far back as the Iron Age, it leads passed Bronze Age burials and remains, and takes you through equally beautiful landscapes.
Finally, for those looking for a bit of nightlife or to indulge in a spot of shopping, Ludlow, Shrewsbury and Welshpool are easily accessible and have plenty of shops, bars and excellent restaurants.
Welcoming and fabulously comfortable, Lower Fishpools Lodges are ideally placed to provide a relaxing rural base for exploring this beautiful region.