Ash Lodge and Sycamore Lodge are on a family run farm, 4 miles from the small market town of Rhayader. The lodges offer luxury accommodation for relaxation or activity based holidays.
The lodges have easy walking access, underfloor heating and electricity included in price. Linen, duvets and towels included. Private hot tub and garden furniture on decking within a fenced garden area. Access to farmland. Parking for two cars. Free wifi internet access. Sorry No Pets and No Smoking.
Accommodation comprises of three bedrooms - two doubles with patio doors onto decking and a twin bedroom. Open plan living area with wooden floors, large glass frontage and patio doors.
Home comforts with leather sofas, LCD flatscreen TV (Sky Freeview), DVD, radio CD player, books, games and an electric wood burner effect stove. The kitchen is modern and well appointed with appliances, large fridge freezer, dishwasher, washer dryer, electric fan oven and grill, ceramic hob and microwave. The bathroom has a shower over bath, vanity unit, WC, heated towel rail, mirror light and shaver point. There is a separate second wc/cloakroom. A welcoming entrance lobby has space for coats and shoes. The lodges are no smoking environments.
Lon Lodges offers a base for exploring the beautiful Welsh countryside. The Elan Valley is just 5 miles away and is one of Wales's top beauty spots. Enjoy the area on horseback, hire a cycle and guide, fish the stocked lakes or walk the many scenic footpaths and hills. Rangers are available on organised trips. The ancient ruins of a Cistercian abbey and a recently restored Hall is very close by at Abbeycwmhir.
Local amenities can be found in Rhayader (4 miles), a supermarket, butchers, wholefood shop, greengrocer, chemist and fine gift shops. A doctors and dental surgery are also in Rhayader as well as a large indoor swimming pool and leisure centre, a play park with tennis and putting and the red kite feeding station is at Gigrin farm.
Enjoy all the outdoor activities on offer - fishing, golfing, cycling, pony riding, walking, bird watching, nature reserves, bowling, rally school, indoor adventure play barn, abseil and rope climbs at an indoor multi activity centre, small breeds farm, alternative technology centre, Offa's Dyke and Glyndwr's Way, art galleries and museums, the Royal Welsh showground, cinema and theatre, Powis Castle and gardens, farmer's livestock and produce markets, village shows and horse trotting racing. Hay On Wye, the world famous second hand book centre, Hereford and its cathedral and Aberystwyth are all within travelling distance.
The town of Rhayader has several cafes, restaurants and pubs serving good food and traditional ales. Several styles of cuisine are available including Indian, Chinese, Turkish, Thai and award winning fish and chips. Fine cuisine can be found at a number of top hotels and restaurants nearby.