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This peaceful countryside cabin offers the best of both worlds. A quiet and relaxing holiday, yet also a location with heaps to do nearby. Newtown is only a few miles away, with tea rooms, bistros and lovely restaurants should you fancy a bite to eat.
Kites Nest has lovely views across the countryside, with a woodland sat behind it. Here you can sit on the terrace or in your private hot tub with the sounds of nature all around you.
It’s easy to get to location, only 1.30hrs from Birmingham. What's more, its central location in Mid Wales makes it well placed to visit much of Wales' itself with the beaches of Aberdyfi, Snowdonia National Park, The Shropshire Hills, and even The Brecon Beacons all within an hours' drive.
Sitting on the valley slope, this handcrafted wooden lodge perfectly soaks up the sun as it sweeps through the valley and enjoys simply stunning views of the tranquil countryside surrounds.
The lodge sits at the top of a large grazing field. At any time of the day your wish for a countryside experience can be fed with the sight of farm animals in the field. Children staying here will be in heaven! What’s more, the lovely owner is happy to show you around his farm. Lambing, feeding lambs or calves can be arranged on request.
Stay in and listen to the sounds of Red Kites flying overhead from their nesting sites in the woods behind, while at night hear the hypnotic hoot of owls hunting in the darkness. The natural murmurings of this secluded location offer a real sense of wild serenity. Explore these woodlands by day with a path direct from the lodge.
The lodge is effortlessly chic, while the sweeping glass façade creates a gorgeous panorama of the valley below. Full central heating and a log burner would make this a perfect winter break?
Kites Nest is the perfect place to get away from it all.
1 double bedroom and 1 fold out sofa bed in the living area.
Luxury bathroom with rain shower and bath.
Fully equipped kitchen with gas hob and oven, and fridge with freezer compartment.
Wi-Fi is available at this property.
Heating and Lighting
Mains electric and central heating.
2 dogs welcome.
Grounds and Nearby
Private garden with balcony, outdoor seating and Marquis hot tub. Pond fed by a stream in front of the cabin.
Parking for two cars approximately 1-minute walk from the property.
Check in from 17:30 and check out by 09:30
Nearest transport links in Newtown, approx 3 miles away.
1 double bedroom with snuggly soft duvets, pillows and a built-in wardrobe. 1 extra soft fold out sofa bed.
Fully equipped kitchen with gas hob and oven, plus a fridge with freezer compartment. Cooking utensils and crockery provided.
Luxury bathroom with rain shower and bath. Towels provided.
Open plan living area with extra-large woodburning stove, table and chairs and comfy sofas.
4K Smart TV with Netflix included.
Central heating throughout.
Large balcony with table and chairs for alfresco dining.
Marquis spa hot tub for soaking under the stars.
Large field of open pasture for running around, plus a chicken coop - help yourself to fresh eggs.
A pond sits in front and to the side of the lodge (Care with kids please)
Visitors have direct access to a private woodland track behind the lodge. This runs for just under a mile, but it can get a little steep in places, so make sure you wear suitable footwear.
A very underused public footpath runs adjacent to the site, which provides access to many miles of wonderful country routes including to the local town of Newtown.
This bustling market town on the banks of the river Severn has a range of amenities including theatres, galleries, excellent shops, supermarkets, banks, post office, library with internet access, chemist, doctors, and a petrol station. For the foodies out there we recommend Cafe Brisco for a healthy lunch, The Wagon and Horses for a delicious pub meal or The Sarn for a special occasion.
This spectacular National Trust property is 15 mins away offering amazing gardens and grounds to tour.
The famous Elan Valley is only one hour away and incredibly beautiful.
The Kerry Ridgeway
Runs along the crest of Kerry Hill which is the oldest of all these routes and is a gentle undulating walk through heather moors, cool woodlands and bilberry rich heaths with fantastic views - ideal for dog walkers, mountain bikers, fisher folk (coarse and fly fishing are nearby) and horse riders.
A walk on the wild side - Llyn Mawr Nature Reserve
There is the fabulous circular walk at Llyn Mawr Nature Reserve, past a trio of lakes, Llyn Mawr, Lyn-y-Tarw and Llyn Du - a place of standing stones, tall skies, boggy hollows, and watery margins which in the summer come alive with flowers and water voles, buzzards and skylarks, a real walk on the wild side!
Gregynog Hall & Parkland
Gregynog Hall is within an easy drive and has 750 acres of landscaped parkland dotted with sculptures and hosts an annual music festival in June which attracts classical, jazz and folk artists of international repute.
Llanfair Steam Railway
Powis and Montgomery historic castles and the Welshpool & Llanfair Light Railway - a 16 mile round trip by narrow gauge steam train through beautiful countryside - are all only a short drive away.
The adventurous in your party may like to try Horse Drawn Carriage Driving in Llanidloes, one of the fastest-growing sports. Ride in the carriage or drive yourself.
Newtown Textile Museum
The Newtown Textile Museum is a fine example of a typical 19th C weaving shop. Guests staying in this quality holiday cottage, interested in social history, will find a visit here fascinating.
Welsh Quilts at Lampeter, Llanybyther, and Llanidloes
A wide and wonderful spectrum of antique Welsh quilts sourced in Wales and worldwide showcased in a beautiful purpose-built gallery in the old town hall Lampeter. Jen Jones also has shops selling old and antique quilts and blankets in Llanidloes and Llanybyther.
Walking in the Berwyn Hills Dog welcome
Don your walking boots and enjoy delightful high level walking with your dog over moorland and woodland in the Berwyn Hills.
Red Dragon Bushcraft
Tuition is also available in knife safety, carving & camp-craft, foraging & flora identification and primitive technology for challenging times.
Commando Paintball & Border Quadtrekking
Outdoor activity centre for the adrenaline junkies out there.
Climbing in Dolgellau The Dolgellau area consists of mountain crags around Cader Idris, the Rhingos, Craig Cywarch and the Arans. Satnav users please note the postcode will get you to the Snowdonia National Parks office in Eldon Square, Dolgellau.
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