Pull on the wellies and take hold of the wheelbarrow as you leave your car (and worries) behind to amble across the lush green fields to Cadwollen Treehouse. This amazing escape offers unparalleled luxury and a sense of complete serenity, in the wilds of wonderful Mid Wales. The lack of phone signal promises true peace and quiet, but there is Wifi should you prefer to stay connected.
This luxurious hideaway is surrounded by the wild panoramas of Powys. It was lovingly crafted by owners John and Laura. The well equipped kitchen and living area invites you to stay put and soak up the serenity. Beautifully breath-taking from the first moment you see it, this unusual bolthole looks out over treetops and hillsides galore toward the Brecon Beacons. From the hill top you can see Pen Y Fan forty miles away on a clear day. If you can take your eyes off the view, the interiors are rich with quality features and a very special ambiance.
The indulgent interiors of Cadwollen Treehouse are also rustic and relaxed. The space is flooded with natural light thanks to the floor-to-ceiling glass and timber design. A suspended hammock at first floor level provides the perfect place for watching the tree branches sway, reading or a snooze. The irresistible copper bathtub invites you for a sumptuous soak whilst you enjoy the scenery. The fully equipped kitchen has all the pots, pans and cutlery needed to cook up a delicious meal. The spacious bathroom features a stylish shower. A delicious welcome is provided for guests with treats including handmade bara brith and welsh lemonade.
The exceptional private deck wraps around the treehouse and extends out above the hillside with your own hot tub on stilts! You can also enjoy an outdoor shower with awesome views, and sun loungers beneath your private canopy of branches. Spend your morning walking the gorse covered hilltops before a soak in the hot tub. As the setting sun casts long shadows across the fields, saunter down the timber steps to light the fire pit. Local Barbecue Hampers can be ordered in advance, so you can crack open a bottle, sizzle some sausages and raise a toast to the good life!
As you can imagine, there is really no need to leave Cadwollen Treehouse during your stay. However, if you’d like to eat out then the popular Radnorshire Arms, The Banc and The George and Dragon are all within easy reach. Or, maybe treat yourself to a delicious hand delivered brownie or meats platter by The Little Welsh Kitchen.
Cadwollen Treehouse is situated in a rural part of Wales with many sights to see nearby. The stunning Elan Valley is a short drive away. So beautiful that the poet Shelley walked here from London and made the valley his home. A sequence of six Victorian reservoir damns with walk and cycleways, a visitors centre and bike hire. You may be lucky enough to see the dams open up or have a tour! At the Red Kite Feeding Station at Rhayader you can see the awesome sight of Wales’s well loved birds gathering en masse.
Also at Rhayader is the relaxed and family friendly Lost Arc Cafe and Multi Arts Centre. A friendly hub for locals they often have performers one would only expect to see in city venues. Here you can tuck into wood fired pizzas on Fridays or Sunday Lunch followed by a walk along the River Wye.
The Phil Price Rally School in Llangullo is sure to spark up the senses if you’re in search of adrenaline. Perhaps you’d like to try your hand at Clay Target Shooting at Griffin Lloyd shooting ground, also only a few miles away. The Victorian Spa town of Llandrindod Wells is home to the Metropole Hotel which offers some seriously sublime spa packages. But if you’d like to be pampered in the comfort of your own accommodation, you can also book a massage at Cadwollen Treehouse.
Best choice for…
Those in need of a truly romantic break
Why Cadwollen Treehouse should be on your list of places ToWander
Suspended hammock, luxury interiors and a hot tub on stilts with stunning views!