About the area
Famous for its choirs, stunning mountain ranges and beautiful valleys, this wonderful country has something for everyone. From Snowdonia in North Wales to the Brecon Beacons and the Pembrokeshire Coast in the South.
Llandrindod Wells, located in Powys, Wales (within the traditional confines of Radnorshire), is a cheery and welcoming community. The town is home to a number of historical landmarks, such as elaborate Victorian and Edwardian era buildings. Towards the end of August, Llandrindod Wells hosts its annual Victorian Festival, sometimes known as "Victorian Week" among locals. Some attendees like to dress the part by donning period-appropriate Victorian, Edwardian, or other antique garb, and many stores along the main street decorate their storefront windows accordingly. A variety of annual events take place here including the Radnor Fringe Festival in Rock Park and the Radnor Hall Theatre's Live Music, Comedy, and Theatre Festival. Llandrindod Wells' lake is a Victorian relic and a famous tourist destination to this day, making it an ideal spot for a family outing. The Radnor Indoor Bowls Centre and the Radnor Outdoor Bowling Club provide a fun afternoon of bowling for residents and visitors alike. The Radnorshire Museum, the Rock Park & Heritage Centre, and the National Cycle Museum are all worth checking out if you're interested in the region's past. As you travel across Temple Gardens, don't forget to stop at the statue of Thomas Jones. Beacon Hill is a lovely 4-mile track, and The Spa Walk offers gradual slopes and the chance to taste the waters at the Chalybeate Spring in Rock Park thanks to the town's rural location. Llandrindod Wells is a wonderful destination for a relaxing and rejuvenating holiday.
Llandrindod Wells 2.5 miles. Settled in a fabulous location on a working farm overlooking the breath-taking countryside in Llanyre, Powys is Brecknock Cheviot. This stunning, dog-friendly, three-bedroom lodge benefits from a thoughtfully-built interior adorned with contemporary appliances, exposed a-frames and three sumptuous bedrooms as well as a large, enclosed garden with patio, furniture and hot tub, where you beloved canine companion can stretch its legs; the perfect setting for families or friends looking to explore the wonders of Wales. After parking up in either of the two off-road parking spaces, step into your new abode and head straight for the fully-equipped kitchen to prepare a well-earned meal for the whole family that can be enjoyed around the dining table. On warmer evenings why not savour the meal alfresco before indulging in a soothing soak in the hot tub, the perfect end to a day full of exploration. When the sky darkens, head inside to wash off the day with a refreshing rinse in the ground-floor shower room before catching up on some much-needed sleep in one of three bedrooms; there is a king-size, a twin and a mezzanine double with its own handy en-suite bathroom and stunning views across the rolling Welsh fields. Explore all Wales has to offer and make unforgettable memories at Brecknock Cheviot. Note: This property can be booked with Ref. 1059722, 1016592, 1058642, together sleeping 18 guests.