Belan Bach Lodges in Welshpool

Welcome to Belan Bach Lodges in Llangadfan, Welshpool offering a choice of 5 accommodations. On this page you can find information on Belan Bach Lodges including Belan Bach Lodges photo galleries, reviews, availability and booking information. If you like what you see, you can book your stay at Belan Bach Lodges online securely. Belan Bach Lodges is a great choice if you're looking for a holiday in Welshpool or Powys.

Commanding panoramic views over the Banwy Valley from their peaceful setting above the small village of Llangadfan, these well-appointed lodges enjoy elevated balconies overlooking their own lawn and are perfect for escaping the hustle and bustle of modern life. The park is surrounded by rural tranquillity, yet with a village pub and shop within 2 miles, it is an ideal location for touring. The beaches of Barmouth and Aberdyfi are within an hours’ drive. Wildlife, wonderful scenery and trail walking abounds, and Lake Vyrnwy, with its RSPB centre and watersports, is just 6 miles away. Welshpool, Powis Castle, King Arthur’s Labyrinth and the renowned Centre for Alternative Technology, with its unique water-powered railway, are all close by.

South facing holiday homes and lodges with outdoor hot tubs.

  • Outdoor hot tub
  • Flat screen TV with selected satellite channels/DVD
  • Wi-Fi*
  • Kitchen including microwave, dishwasher, fridge/freezer and washer/dryer
  • Bath and/or shower
  • Bed linen and duvets
  • Beds made up for your arrival
  • Double glazed and centrally heated
  • Gas and electricity included
  • Babies must be included in party total
  • Travel cots and highchairs £7pw each
  • Group bookings may be subject to restrictions
  • Pets £49 per week or £39 per short break each (max 1) (in Celyn Lodge only)
  • *Charges apply.
  • All non smoking accommodation

All guests to Belan Bach Lodges have access to the following facilities and amenities:

  • Hot Tub / Jacuzzi
  • Crazy Golf / Putting
  • Satellite TV
  • Fishing
  • Hot Tub
  • Non Smoking

Accommodation at Belan Bach Lodges

Celyn Lodge (Lodge)

Celyn Lodge

12ft-wide pine lodge with one double and one twin. Shower. Leather suite. Decking with garden furniture and outdoor hot tub.

  • Sleeps 4
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • 1 Bathrooms
  • Romantic Breaks

Dyfnant Lodge (Lodge)

Dyfnant Lodge

Pine lodge with one double with ensuite shower, one twin and one twin which converts to a king size double – please request when booking. Bath with overhead shower. Decking with garden furniture and outdoor hot tub. No pets.

  • Sleeps 6
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms

Onnen Lodge (Lodge)

Lodge with one double with ensuite shower and two twin. Bath with overhead shower. Decking with garden furniture and outdoor hot tub. No pets.

  • Sleeps 6
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms

Banwy Lodge (Holiday Home)

Timber clad holiday home with one double and one twin. Bath with overhead shower. Additional WC. Leather suite. Decking with garden furniture and outdoor hot tub. No pets.

  • Sleeps 4
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • 1 Bathrooms
  • Romantic Breaks

Derwen Lodge (Lodge)

Derwen Lodge

Lodge with one double with ensuite shower, one twin and one twin that converts to king size double – please request when booking. Bath with overhead shower. Decking with garden furniture. Outdoor hot tub. No pets.

  • Sleeps 6
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms

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Reviews

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Rated 5 out of 5 by Lorraine Deans on 26th February 2019

Absolutely beautiful and peaceful. Cabin (Banwy) clean and everything you need.

Rated 4 out of 5 by Mike Stevens on 17th December 2018

Excellent relaxing weekend but lodge is now urgently in need of some TLC and basic maintenance

Rated 5 out of 5 by Katie Wilkinson on 28th September 2018

Just spent a week in onnen lodge...was excellent. Great value for money. Lovely week surrounded by spectacular views. Owner was attentive and very clean. Would recomend!

Rated 5 out of 5 by christopher bostock on 19th September 2018

One of the greatest holiday places we have ever found, the views from the lodges across the Banwy Valley are amazing, very peaceful and quiet.

Rated 4 out of 5 by Andy Coey on 25th November 2018

Nice remote area with great views. Lodges are nice and comfortable. Kitchens well equipped. I stayed in the Onnen lodge which had new beds and nice leather couches. Would stay again. Had a regular friendly visitor. This may matter to some, Wi-Fi was very slow.

Things to do near Belan Bach Lodges

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Devil's Bridge Falls, Aberystwyth - 27 Miles away

Visit these world famous unique waterfalls which attract thousands upon thousands of visitors. One of these visitors was William Wordsworth who wrote 'Torrent at the Devils Bridge'.

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Harlech Beach, Harlech - 28.7 Miles away

Golden sands and clean waters await you at Harlech beach. Huge sand dunes create an impressive backdrop whilst the 13th century castle looks down over its rocky outcrop. This is a fabulous, safe environment for families. Better still, local amenities are close by.

Location: Harlech

Kerry Ridgeway, Newtown - 16.9 Miles away

A lovely route of about 15 miles encompassing some beautiful countryside and fascinating historical landmarks. The ridgeway follows a gentle trail which is perfect for cyclists, hikers and horse riders alike. Its line can be traced back as far as the Iron Age and along the route visitors can spot Bronze Age burials and remains.

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Dolgellau Cycle Hire, Dolgellau - 17.3 Miles away

Situated in Dolgellau town centre, just a few miles from coed-y-brenin mountain biking centre, and 20 minutes from the climax trail in the dyfi forest. Hire bikes are available for the superb cycle trail along the mawddach estuary, the start of which is only minutes from the shop itself. There's a good range of bikes suitable for adults and the younger rider. If the children can’t ride, there are a range of Tag-a-longs and child seats to cater for most needs.

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Coed-y-Brenin Forest Park, Dolgellau - 20.7 Miles away

If you enjoy walking and cycling then Coed-y-Brenin Forest Park is perfect for you. All clearly marked, the trails and tracks criss-cross the park and are suitable for all abilities whether running, biking or hiking. Rest up at the café and enjoy the breathtaking views.

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The Mawddach Trail, Dolgellau - 21 Miles away

The Mawddach Trail is a stunning multi-use path following the old disused railway line along the edge of the beautiful Mawddach estuary in Southern Snowdonia. The almost exclusively traffic–free route, which is owned by the Snowdonia National Park, is clearly marked, and can be easily followed. It is essentially flat, has a fairly even surface and for most of its length is at least 3 metres wide, and as such it is suitable for walkers, cyclists and wheelchair users.

Location: Dolgellau   More Details »

Bird Rock Cycle Hire, Tywyn - 24.9 Miles away

Get out and about with Bird Rock Cycle Hire. Family groups and individuals can hire bikes from here and go exploring around the dramatic landscape of southern Snowdonia. There are ample facilities to take a break and enjoy some lunch along the way. The beautiful Dysynnii Valley near Tywyn in Snowdonia boasts virtually traffic-free countryside, so there is no need to worry about keeping the kids safe.

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Guided Tour of Shropshire, Picklescott - 27.4 Miles away

Fantastic guided walking and driving tours discovering the many delights of Shopshire's beautiful landscapes.

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Brigands Inn, Mallwyd - 8.7 Miles away

A recently renovated 15th century Coaching Inn prominently positioned within an area of outstanding natural beauty that uses the best local and seasonal produce to create a mix of contemporary and classic Welsh cuisine; the menus follow the seasons of the year offering an excellent selection of fish, meat, game and vegetarian dishes.

Location: Mallwyd   More Details »

Dylanwad Da, Dolgellau - 17.2 Miles away

Situated in the centre of the beautiful market town of Dolgellau, Dylanwad Da is open in the day as a Café/Bar and Wine Shop for coffee, cakes and tapas or to purchase their carefully selected wines. In the evening experience a small and friendly restaurant, with a relaxed atmosphere and a helpful service.

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Mawddach Restaurant , Llanelltyd - 18.5 Miles away

Combining stunning traditional and contemporary design with unparalleled panoramic views over Mawddach estuary and Cader Idris mountain range, With an emphaisis on utilising fresh, locally sourced produce, Mawddach Restaurant offers a modern, luxurious menu which retains simplicity and intensity of flavour, complementing the finest seasonal ingredients available.

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The Spice Cottage, Rhayader - 27.6 Miles away

A wonderful place to sample some traditional curries, inspired by the cuisine of Sri Lanka, Malaya and India. Voted the best curry house in Wales, The Spice Cottage has been noted not only for its excellent dishes, but also their attempts to reduce the amount of artificial colouring used. Enjoy a tasty curry and a warm Welsh welcome.

Location: Rhayader

The Lamb and Flag Inn, Rhayader - 27.6 Miles away

Relax at The Lamb and Flag with a pint of real ale next to a roaring fire. Their home cooked meals using locally sourced ingredients are a delight and well worth the visit. A family pub, which offers a warm welcome to locals and visitors alike.

Location: Rhayader

Coed Llandegla Forest, Llandegla - 27.8 Miles away

This forest offers mountain bike trails suitable for all the family and a choice of picturesque walking trails. Bikes are available to hire all year round. After the exercise enjoy some refreshments at the café located in the visitors centre.

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Elan Valley, Powys - 28.7 Miles away

Located near Rhayader, this picturesque Site of Special Scientific Interest is a fabulous location for a leisurely stroll, a mountain bike ride or a fishing trip. With stunning lakes, abundant wildlife and superb views it is a perfect place to enjoy the great outdoors.

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Portmeirion's Gardens , Portmeirion - 29.8 Miles away

This unique village is set on its own private peninsula on the southern shores of Snowdonia. It is surrounded by 70 acres of sub-tropical woodland gardens. Take a stroll around the two lakes and enjoy viewing the gardens.

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The Welshpool and Llanfair Light Railway, Welshpool - 7.3 Miles away

Enjoy a relaxing day out in the country. Travel by steam train through the beautiful Banwy Valley. Don't miss the very popular tearooms serving homemade cakes.

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Meirion Mill Woollen Centre , Dinas Mawddwy - 8.7 Miles away

Visit Meirion Mill, for a unique and welcoming shopping experience, or just to sit back and enjoy a cuppa in their coffee shop. Take time out to relax among the dramatic Welsh landscape.

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King Arthur's Labyrinth, Machynlleth - 15.6 Miles away

An exciting underground adventure unfolds as you sail along a subterranean river, through the great waterfall, deep inside the spectacular Labyrinth and far into the past .... into a world of myths, legends and storytelling. There is a children's outdoor play area and picnic tables to let off some steam. The labyrinth is open daily from Easter to the end of October. This is well worth a visit!

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Corris Craft Centre, Machynlleth - 15.9 Miles away

Corris Craft Centre comprises ten individual and very different craft workshops. Visitors can watch the craftspeople at work and buy unique gifts directly from them. From original Celtic jewellery to handmade cards, the products made here make great souvenirs or gifts for friends and family.

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Bards Quest, Machynlleth - 15.9 Miles away

Bards Quest challenges you to find the hidden legends amidst the Maze, beneath moss and rocks, in the trees, in rippling waters and lying in lakes waiting to be discovered. Take your time, why not make a day of it? Tickets are half price when combined with a ticket for the adjacent King Arthur's Labyrinth Underground Adventure. Remember to visit the Corris Craft Centre to pick yourself up a unique hand crafted souvenir of your visit.

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Centre for Alternative Technology, Powys - 16.1 Miles away

Nestled in the hillsides of Southern Snowdonia, this is one of the world's most renowned eco-centres, featuring interactive displays and practical examples of sustainable living.

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Dyfi Discoveries, Aberdifi - 26.1 Miles away

This is a small family run business which operates heritage and wildlife boat trips. Set in the Snowdonia National Park and sandwiched between two mountains, the small fishing town of Aberdifi is home to some of Wales' best loved myths and legends. Learn about these whilst looking out for bottle-nose dolphins and leatherback turtles.

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Llanfair Slate Caverns, Harlech - 27.8 Miles away

These 100 year old caverns were man made with only a candle for light. Descend Jacob's Ladder and wonder through the tunnels looking for old drilling holes. Afterwards, experience the views of Cardigan Bay from the Preseli Mountains in the south to the Lleyn peninsular.

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Lleachwedd Slate Caverns GDA, Blaenau Ffestiniog - 28.7 Miles away

This working slate mine has been open since 1836. It offers two unique underground tours that take you deep into the mountain where the temperature is a pleasant 54F. Visitors can learn all about the life of a slate miner. Enjoy a drink or meal in the Miner's Arms, overlooking the mountainous landscape.

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Powis Castle, Welshpool - 13.8 Miles away

Home to the Herbert family, this medieval castle sits high above some world famous gardens. It's home to a beautiful collection of treasures from India as well as one of the finest collections of paintings and furniture in Wales. (Wheelchair access to ground floor only)

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The Powysland Museum, Welshpool - 14.2 Miles away

Housed in a converted 19th Century warehouse alongside the Montgomery Canal, this museum tells the story of Montgomeryshire. There are various exhibitions running throughout the year.

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Rhayader Museum and Gallery, Powys - 27.5 Miles away

Delve into the fascinating world of Rhayader Museum and Gallery, where various exhibitions document and explore local heritage. These exhibitions are constantly changing and offer great insights into numerous projects. The museum gallery focuses on the nature of culture, society and economics in the shaping of the local community.

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Acton Burnell Castle, Shrewsbury - 30 Miles away

Now ruined, this once fortified manor house was built between 1284 and 1293 by Robert Burnell, the Chancellor of England. He was said to be a good friend of King Edward I. This relationship meant that the castle had a very special purpose in British politics at this time. Legend has it that the first Parliament in which all the Commons were fully represented took place here in 1283.

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Ynys-hir, Machynlleth - 17.2 Miles away

Ynys-hir mixes Welsh oak woodland with wet grassland and salt marshes. In the spring, the ground is carpeted in flowers and birdsong fills the air. You might see flycatchers and redstarts emerging from the nestboxes. Each season brings a different experience to the nature reserve. Recent sightings include a marsh harrier, hen harrier, peregrine and a hobby as well as the regular red kites, buzzards and sparrowhawks.

Location: Machynlleth   More Details »

Coed Garth Gell , Dolgellau - 20.2 Miles away

Nestled in the spectacular Mawddach Valley, Coed Garth Gell is a woodland and heathland nature reserve. The visitor trails weave through beautiful oak woodland with a fast-flowing river in the valley bottom. In the spring and summer, pied flycatchers, redstarts and wood warblers are prominent, with bluebells in flower and gorgeous fritillary butterflies on the wing. Come for a walk in winter and you could see Siskins, Lesser Redpolls and occasionally, Hawfinches and Lesser- spotted Woodpeckers.

Location: Dolgellau   More Details »

Cregennan Lakes, Arthog - 21.5 Miles away

Cregennan Lakes are owned by the National Trust, and are situated on the northern slopes of Cader ldris, some 800 ft. above sea level, overlooking the beautiful Mawddach Estuary, with car park, just 5 miles from Dolgellau.

Location: Arthog   More Details »

Arthog Bog, Fairbourne - 23.1 Miles away

Arthog Bog is a small wetland and a wonderful place to see weird and wonderful plants, flowers, butterflies and birds. It's one of the remaining fragments of raised bog which once would have covered much of the adjacent Mawddach Estuary. With more than 130 species of plants recorded, there are colourful displays through the year. The visitor trail crosses the reserve and links in with the Mawddach cycle trail; sturdy footwear is recommended on the nature trail.

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Gors Maen Llwyd, Llyn Brenig - 25.1 Miles away

Gors Maen Llwyd Nature Reserve is a heather moorland offering diverse habitats for wildlife including a plethora of bird species. The moorland is one of the Wildlife Trust's largest nature reserves on the northern shores of Llyn Brenig.

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Gilfach Nature Reserve, Rhayader/Rhaeadr Gwy - 25.2 Miles away

Nature Reserve with bird watching and well marked out nature trails you can walk round. A beautiful location at the heart of the Cambrian Mountains, with a whole host of differing habitats. There are also events that are set up at Gilfach Nature Reserve such as Badger Watching.

Location: Rhayader/Rhaeadr Gwy   More Details »

Welshpool Golf Club, Welshpool - 11 Miles away

Designed by the veteran champion James Braid, this course caters for all abilities. You'll be taken back by the breathtaking scenery that surrounds this course including the giant mountain peak of Snowdonia. There's a bar and restaurant in which to relax after a round of golf.

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Ustrike Newton, Newton - 14.7 Miles away

Freshen up your bowling skills and enjoy an evening at Ustrike - the only ten-pin bowling centre in Mid Wales! If you get a bit hungry or thirsty, a bar and dining area is also available.

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Bala Adventure and Watersports Centre, Bala - 15.3 Miles away

Set amongst spectacular mountainous scenery Bala is the largest natural lake in Wales. This 4.5 mile long lake is popular for sailing, windsurfing and canoeing. Mountain biking, rock climbing and archery are among the non-water based activities on offer here.

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Bro Ddyfi Leisure Centre, Machynlleth - 17.4 Miles away

At its focalpoint is a 20 metre leisure swimming pool with a fun 30ft flume and plays hosts a range of activities for all ages & abilities. There's also a ‘bencrete’ moulded 15ft climbing wall comprises of a ‘chimney’ / ‘stack’ effect and for the more adventurous an ’over-hang’. Other facilties include a safe indoor play area for under 8s, a gym, squash courts and a cafe.

Location: Machynlleth   More Details »

Springhill Farm, Oswestry, Shropshire - 18.9 Miles away

Springhill Farm are riding stables located set in a stunning location. They offer treks and hacks for all ages and abilities, and also cycle hire and archers for those not wanting to ride.

Location: Oswestry, Shropshire

Llyn Brenig, Alwen - 25.5 Miles away

Llyn Brenig Sailing Club welcomes all ages and abilities. Located at a premier fishing reservoir and nature reserve, the sailing club is in a beautiful setting and has a full summer and winter sailing programme.

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Aberdovey Golf Club, Aberdovey - 26.5 Miles away

This golf club has earned a reputation for its friendly and warm welcome. Visitors can play a round of golf, relax afterwards in the newly refurbished clubhouse and take in the beautiful surroundings. Visitors are known to return each year for the top links course at Aberdovey golf club.

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Llyngwyn Lake, Llyngwyn - 27.4 Miles away

The 16 acre lake at Llyngwyn is a popular fly-fishing destination. Rainbow and brown trout are found in the lake throughout the year. River fishing is available on the river Wye for elan, marteg, trout, grayling, and some coarse fish. Elan Valley contains 4 lakes which cover an area of 850 acres.

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Rhayader Angling, Rhayader - 27.6 Miles away

Rhayader is a small market town in the heart of the 'Lakeland of Wales' on the banks of the River Wye which stretches 1 mile south and 4 miles north of the town. Brown trout and Grayling fishing available and salmon fishing is renowned on the River Wye.

Location: Rhayader

Rhayader Leisure Centre, Powys - 27.6 Miles away

A great leisure centre featuring a 20m swimming pool, fitness suite and squash courts. Whatever your age or fitness level there is something for you. Why not go for a relax in the jacuzzi or take a swim in the pool?

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Royal St David's Golf Club , Gwynedd - 28.7 Miles away

A world renowned golf club, set in some truly spectacular scenery. This championship course has beautiful greens and undulating fairways and is in short what you would expect of a course of this nature.

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Underhill Riding Stables, Llandrindod Wells - 29.7 Miles away

Whatever your experience or age, Underhill Riding Stables have horses or ponies to suit you. So you can enjoy the peace and beauty of the Mid Wales countryside on horseback.

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Llanidloes, Powys - 17.5 Miles away

A great place to hike or bike, especially over the beautiful mountain road between Machynlleth and Llanidloes. It is also the perfect place to simply relax, stroll around and soak up some of the lovely Welsh scenery. The town is also known for its counterculture and liberal views and was awarded Fairtrade Town status in 2006.

Location: Powys   More Details »

Royal International Pavilion, Llangollen - 22.7 Miles away

Dance, opera, world music, comedy, food and drink - you can enjoy all of these and more at the Royal International Pavilion in Llangollen, North Wales. This is a venue for theatre as well as exhibitions and concerts.

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Llechwedd Victorian Village, Blaenau Ffestiniog - 28.7 Miles away

At its peak in 1904, Llechwedd employed 639 men and the village was the hub of the operation, with offices in what is now the 'Slates to the Sea' exhibition. Other attractions include The Chemist Shop, 'The Smithy, Cobblers and Printers' and of course the Victorian Sweet Shop.

Location: Blaenau Ffestiniog   More Details »

Portmeirion, Portmeirion - 29.8 Miles away

This unique village is set on its own private peninsula on the southern shores of Snowdonia. It was created by Welsh architect Clough Williams-Ellis (1883-1978) to demonstrate how a naturally beautiful place could be developed without spoiling it. On the main driveway is Castell Deudraeth, a Victorian mansion recently restored as a brasserie style restaurant and hotel.

Location: Portmeirion   More Details »

Nearby Holiday Parks

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Mill Meadow Lodges, Llandrindod Wells

Lower Fishpools Lodges, Knighton

Heartsease Lodges, Llandrindod Wells

Penllwyn Lodges, Montgomery

Valley View Retreat, Llanidloes