Key Holiday Home Information:Dog-Friendly, up to 2 dog(s) welcome by arrangement.
Woodland Waterfalls is a delightful property set in an idyllic rural location; this secluded holiday home is perfect for holidaymakers seeking a relaxing break amongst wonderful country scenery. The house is set in stunning grounds and gardens with a stream, waterfall and pools as well as natural woodland and an abundance of wildlife. The property boasts large windows that make the most of the stunning panoramic views on offer here.
The cottage is set in a tranquil location at the end of a one-mile no-through road, it sleeps up to 4 guests in 2 bedrooms and offers a Hi-Fi system that can play CDs and old cassette tapes, an electric, flame and smoke effect, simulated log burner and ample parking for 2 cars. Visitors here are sure to enjoy spending time in the 2 acre garden and woodland, there is a range of seating available including benches, swinging benches and a large hammock that are set around the garden paths, 5 pools and a 6 metre waterfall. The garden is a great spot for bird-watching with a wide variety of species able to be seen, and the pools are inhabited by frogs and newts. From the top of the garden, guests can venture out onto the hills where they can enjoy the stunning panoramic views of the surrounding landscape.
Flexible changeover day: Yes
Recommended Attractions near Llanidloes: The surrounding area is a special attraction for walkers because of the sheer variety of scenery, with its many large lakes and reservoirs, rivers and rolling hills. Nearby is the most spectacular section of Offa's Dyke as well as Glyndwr's Way and Hafren Forest, with the famous walk to the source of the River Severn. Also nearby is the spectacular Elan Valley with its 4 reservoirs and river walks.
Good places to visit near Llanidloes: Aberwystwyth and the nearby, famous sand dunes at Borth. Red Kite feeding Centres near Aberwyswyth and also nearby at Rhayader. Elan Valley Visitor Centre with the 4 reservoirs and connecting rivers. Historic town of Montgomery and its castle. Offa's Dyke as well as Glyndwr's Way and Hafren Forest, with the famous walk to the source of the River Severn. Lake Clywedog, a haven for rare and migratory birds. Centre for Alternative Technology. Children's zoo at Borth where you can feed and touch the hands of ring-tailed limas and many other small primates.More about the Location:
Good places to eat near Llanidloes: Mount Pleasant Inn and several other pubs in Llanidloes.
Short Breaks: Yes, minimum 2 nights
|Price Banding Period||Weekly Price||Changeover day||Min Stay & Short Breaks Information||Short Break Nightly Rates From|
|08 Sep 2013 - 30 Sep 2013||279.00 GBP||Flexible (any time)||56 GBP||56 GBP|
|01 Oct 2013 - 30 Oct 2013||266.00 GBP||Flexible (any time)||53 GBP||53 GBP|
|01 Nov 2013 - 30 Nov 2013||212.00 GBP||Flexible (any time)||42 GBP||42 GBP|
|01 Dec 2013 - 31 Dec 2013||206.00 GBP||Flexible (any time)||41 GBP||41 GBP|