Open plan living space.
Living area: With Freesat Smart TV and patio doors leading to patio area outside.
Kitchen area: With breakfast area, electric oven, electric hob, microwave and fridge/freezer.
Bedroom: With double bed and en-suite with walk-in shower, toilet and heated towel rail.
The owners have put so much effort into creating a desirable and serene space for guests to experience. Each lodge is slightly different by size and décor. Celyn, Pansi, and Fioled all sleep up to four people. Rhosyn and Daffodil both sleep up to two. You will find an open plan living, dining and kitchen area in all of them. The modern kitchen is well-equipped to cater for everyone with all the appliances needed for your stay. All the bedrooms are beautifully furnished in a contemporary style, conveniently with substantially sized ensuite wet rooms. The lodges are eco-friendly, providing heat through a biomass heating system, the ethos behind the lodges was to be as sustainable as possible during the development phase.
A little up the path from The Secret Garden Hideaway, you will be delighted to know that the owners run a fabulous hotel. Conveniently serving food and drinks so that you can either enjoy your surroundings in peace and quiet fending for yourselves or choose to dine at the hotel for a different experience. The surrounding woodland and open countryside beyond provide walkers with endless miles of paths and trails to explore with stunning scenery to enjoy along the way. If you want to explore a little further into the local area, a trip to Lake Vyrnwy is a must. It is one of Wales’s hidden gems.
With stunning views, a wonderful array of walks to suit all abilities and some fantastic wildlife, it is a great place to visit throughout the year. Visit Llanerfyl’s most stunning fishery, boasting two large lakes and one pool. Bluebell Park meets the needs of experts and beginners and all those in between. Located in a stunning part of Mid Wales its fishing with a view. Or there’s Powis Castle, a medieval fortress built in the 13th century by the Welsh ruler of Powys, Gruffudd ap Gwenwynwyn, sits high on a rock above its world-famous garden in Welshpool.
Lots to see and do here during the summer too, from outdoor cinemas to volleyball with lots of family activities to try. Welshpool is a perfect base for exploring the beautiful sights of Mid Wales. Discover countryside canal walks, modern art, historic castles and heritage railways all just over 15 miles down the road, famous for its annual festival of literature and arts and well worth a visit at any time of the year.