• Listing Ref: 205

  • Bedrooms: 2

  • Sleeps: 4

  • Hot Tub

  • Mountain Biking

  • Pet Friendly


Mill Meadow Lodges

Mill Meadow Lodges sit in the most incredible location. An absolute paradise for nature lovers, they are located in an area of Special Scientific Interest surrounded by rivers, pools, and woodland. Not to mention the glorious Welsh countryside. Meanwhile, pony trekking, walking and fishing are just some of the fantastic outdoor pursuits available nearby. A perfect destination for a peaceful, rural retreat.

Mill Meadow Lodges accommodation

These well-appointed lodges provide all you need for a relaxing escape at any time of year. They offer plenty of state of the art amenities and fabulous touches to ensure that guests want for nothing.

A particular highlight, each lodge boasts its own verandah, with garden furniture, barbecue and a fabulous hot tub. These lovely, secluded spots are real sun traps, and make an ideal spot for whiling away warm evenings, enjoying the view and admiring the stars.

Inside, there is a traditional woodburning stove, as well as a TV with satellite channels and a DVD player. So guests can be sure of plenty to keep them entertained, even on chilly evenings or rainy days.

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 electricity. In addition, the initial supply of logs for the stove is free of charge, and extra logs £4 per bag. Travel cots and highchairs are also available at £7pw each.

Pets welcome, charged at £25pw each (max 1) (in Fox Lodge only).

Please note: Group bookings may be subject to restrictions.

Mill Meadow Lodges surrounding area

The lodges are nestled in a lovely tranquil location within easy reach of lots of sights and activities.

Discover some of the area’s fascinating history at Rhayader Museum and Gallery, where various exhibitions document and explore local heritage. The exhibitions change often, and offer a fascinating insight into great insights into local culture, society and economics.

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, every September Llandrindod Wells hosts the annual Heart of Wales walking festival – with many guided walks to suit all levels of fitness and abilities. Even if you don’t visit when the walking festival is on, you can still enjoy the views of the gentle rolling countryside to the rugged hills of the heart of Wales.

Welcoming as well as fabulously comfortable, Mill Meadow Lodges are ideally placed to provide a relaxing rural base for exploring this beautiful region.

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