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18 Log Cabins in Powys

Home to the Brecon Beacons National Park, which offers great walking, climbing and horse riding opportunities, Powys is a beautiful, area with green fields, crystal clear mountain waterfalls and rolling hills. Visit lovely market towns such as Montgomery and don't miss the inspirational Centre for Alternative Technology.

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Dan Y Coed 8

Presteigne, Powys, Wales

Dan Y Coed From £403 Availability

Scandinavian style lodge with far reaching views, private hot tub and only a short drive from Hereford. One of two detached Scandinavian style lodges with its own private hot-tub (for 6 adults), situated on a working farm, with far reaching views, this is an idyllic location with access to Offas Dyke Path from the front door. A variety of activities nearby such as clay pigeon shooting, fishing or cycling and rally school at nearby Llangullno. Alternatively, just relax in this well presented property and enjoy the countryside and stunning views. Presteigne and Ludlow are great for a trip out and the cathedral city of Hereford is only a short drive. Can be booked with W41449. Shop, pub and restaurant 3.5 miles. Ground floor: Living room. Second living room. Dining room/kitchen. 2 bedrooms: 1 double, 1 bunk. Bathroom with bath, shower cubicle and toilet. First floor: 2 bedrooms: 1 double with en-suite bathroom with toilet, 1 twin with en-suite toilet. Oil CH, elec, bed linen and towels inc. Satellite TV. CD. M/wave. W/machine. T/dryer. D/washer. Freezer. Wi-Fi available at £5 per booking. Enclosed lawned garden and furniture. Ample parking. Private hot tub. Stabling available (at cost). No smoking.

Log Cabin near Brecon (1ml SE) 6

Brecon, Powys, Wales

Log Cabin near Brecon (1ml SE) From £604 Availability

FAMILY FRIENDLY MONGOLIAN YURT IN A UNIQUE AND PRIVATE WOODLAND SETTING IN THE BRECON BEACONS Sugar & spice and all things nice full of the things that childhood memories are made of. Wildlife hedges and hand hewn gates greet on arrival scamper through the magical woodland babbling stream and sunny glades with bluebell trails and views across to Pen y Fan you won t want to leave. Set in a private acre or so off down a sleepy lane George the horse is the only neighbour. Located in a unique and very private location the majestic peaks of PenyFan and CornDu are in easy reach. Completely away from it all yet just a mile from Brecon with the River Usk for fishing Cathedral Regimental museum cafes and plenty of places to stock up from mountain bikes to local feasts. Hay-on-Wye and the River Wye with pubs restaurants and great independent stores is well worth a visit and within the area you will find bike hire canoe hire and pony trekking centres to keep you busy. Leisure facilities: Fire pit. This unique accommodation offers ONE yurt : with a double bed woodburner (a basket of logs included) two single beds and a futon. Bath House offers: Bath with over bath shower and compost WC. Kitchen: with gas fired 2 ring hob and sink hot and cold running water. Outside: a large fire pit and outside dining table. Amenities: ample parking. Bed linen and towels included. Regret no smoking. Regret no dogs. Arrival: 4pm

Log Cabin near Builth Wells (5mls SE) 2

Builth Wells, Powys, Wales

Log Cabin near Builth Wells (5mls SE) From £589 Availability

1 of 2 tree tents Ynys Affalon is named after King Arthurs Island of Apples and is a the original green tree tent the other being Red Kite Tree Tent - W y Ddraig a red dragon s Egg as the name implies. Both are located off grid in this wonderful remote rural woodland location north of the Brecon Beacons. Each are set in their own private surroundings deep in Mid Wales and set among tall trees. You will find Ynys Affalon suspended like a pendant from a web of ropes. It s very well-located if you like long countryside walks through forests and valleys. The regions are punctuated by mountains and hills. The coast drive through the peaks to Aberystwyth on the west coast is recommended. For local shops and other amenities be sure to stop at Newbridge-on-Wye. Llandrindod Wells is worth a visit for it spa and museums. A former resort in Victorian times it has retained its look and much of its heritage. Another visitor highlight in the wider area is the buried jewel of the Brecon Beacons Dan-yr-Ogof Caves. Accessed via a small wooden bridge your comfortable gently swaying restful pod awaits with a wood burner to keep you warm throughout your stay (an initial supply of logs is provided). Imagine waking up in the cosy double bed to the sound of a bubbling stream flowing below your tent but with a view normally seen only by the birds. The bed can be folded into a large sofa during the daytime which along with a small desk can provide room for writing that novel. Lined with lambs wool insulated felt the tent is cool in the summer and warm in those cooler autumnal evenings. This really is a great place to hibernate and loose yourself should you not want to be out exploring. Back over the bridge leads you to an open facilities deck. This is home to your cooking area where you can create your one pot wonders or simply make your cup of tea or coffee in the morning a whistling kettle crockery cutlery and cafetiere are provided. In this outdoor kitchen area you will find a compact two burner gas hob and a sink with hot and cold water. There is also a camping fridge/cool box for convenience. Back to ground level you will find a fire pit perfect for evenings spent chatting around the fire. The timber clad enclosed open air shower area is found at the far corner of the facilities deck with electric shower. Up the slope a little for privacy is an enclosed WC. If accommodation is required for additional guests the second Tree Tent also sleeping 2 people is Red Kite Tree Tent - W y Draig. Parking is available approx. 100m away. With the tree tent down a stone path across the bridge and along a forest path.

Log Cabin near Builth Wells (5mls SE) 2

Builth Wells, Powys, Wales

Log Cabin near Builth Wells (5mls SE) From £589 Availability

1 of 2 tree tents Wy Y Ddraig meaning Dragon Egg is bright red the other being the original green Red Kite Tree Tent - Ynys Affalon which are located off grid in this wonderful remote rural woodland location. Each are set in their own private surroundings and can be found beside a small babbling stream and located centrally between the Brecon Beacons Builth Wells and Llandrindod Wells. Making it perfect for long countryside walks through forests and valleys mountain biking fishing and canoeing. Bring your own Yoga mat to work in the open air the lower platform provides the space peace and quiet. The regions are punctuated by mountains and hills. For local shops and other amenities be sure to stop at Newbridge-on-Wye. Llandrindod Wells is also worth a visit for it s spa and museums. A former resort in Victorian times it has retained its look and much of its heritage. Another visitor highlight in the wider area is the buried jewel of the Brecon Beacons Dan-yr-Ogof Caves. This compact tree tent and large open air mezzanine living platforms will be sure to captivate you from the first glimpse through the trees. Down a small bank to the site the tent and living area is acessed via a long sweeping wooden path the tent itself contains a wood burner to keep you warm throughout your stay (an initial supply of logs is provided). Relax in the comfortable double bed at the end of your day and get a good night s rest. The insulated tent is warm and cosy so there is no fear of a cold night and is a great place to relax to the soft sway of the winds and the sounds of nature outside should you just want to chill and take a rest after exploring. Stepping outside of the tent itself and across the small platform you will find an enclosed open air shower area complete with electric shower. The open-air facilities deck has a large table perfect for enjoying a fried breakfast or one pot wonder. The outdoor cooking area provides a two burner gas hob sink with hot and cold running water where you can make your cup of tea or coffee in the morning a whistling kettle crockery cutlery and cafetiere are provided. There is also a cool box for convenience. Use the lower deck to set up your Yoga mat. Walking down from the living platform next to the stream you will find a welcoming fire pit great for a BBQ along with small platform which can be used as a table or for seating. Alongside the fire pit are seats hand crafted from tree trunks spaced around Swedish fire logs. Up the slope a little for privacy is an enclosed WC. If accommodation is required for additional guests the second Tree Tent also sleeping 2 people is Red Kite Tree Tent - Ynys Affalon. Parking is available approximately 10m away with the tent and living areas down a grassy bank.

Log Cabin near Crickhowell (2mls NE) 2

Abergavenny, Powys, Wales

Log Cabin near Crickhowell (2mls NE) From £529 Availability

These properties are totally unique upcycled hand built ethically sourced and filled with creature comforts and luxury touches. Crickhowell is just a short drive away with great independent shops pubs and coffee shops. In the market town of Abergavenny you will find a Norman Castle farmers markets and the fabulous Food Festival each September. Brecon Hay-on-Wye Cardiff and Hereford are all in easy reach as well as Wales Industrial Heritage sites in Blaenavon. Nearby attractions include The River Usk in Crickhowell for trout and salmon fishing with day licenses from The Bridge Inn Pub. The River Cafe in Glasbury is the top canoe rental spot co-located with Wye Valley Canoes. There are a selection of good riding centres within easy reach. The first shepherds hut offers: Living/sleeping area: with woodburner (logs included) small table and chairs. Sleeping area has a double bed. The second shepherds hut offers: Kitchen/diner: with gas stove and hob small fridge and breakfast bar. Shower room: with shower and compost WC. Outside: enclosed private garden with neighbouring livestock in the nearby fields garden furniture and fire pit. Amenities: parking available at the main house. Bed linen towels and electric (solar panels) included. Regret no smoking. 1 dog welcome. Additional info: torches and lanterns are available for use if required. Regret no children but a young baby is welcome (please provide your own travel cot). Location: pub 1 mile. Arrival: 4pm (During Winter months please try and arrive in daylight hours to safely make you way to the huts a slightly earlier check in time will be allowed to facilitate this)

Log Cabin near Crickhowell (3mls N) 4

Crickhowell, Powys, Wales

Log Cabin near Crickhowell (3mls N) From £534 Availability

Distinctive get away from it all retreat sleeps 2 2 A back to nature escape with accommodation arranged between a recycled railway cabin and cosy log cabin hand built from local oak a testament to artisan craftsmanship and commitment to treading lightly within the natural environment. Set in 50 acres of private land within the Brecon Beacons Ty Donkey is the essence of glamping - great for fresh air freaks and dogs who are happy to live outside. A friendly welcome awaits you from the donkeys who graze the neighbouring slopes often joined by a rescue pony. There is plenty of adventure to be had without using the car; breathtaking walks fish in the river or take a dip in the river s plunge pool chop wood for the fire pit or hire bikes which can be delivered to the door. Crickhowell is a 5 minute drive with butchers baker Post Office and independent shops. A day trip to Hay-on-Wye famous for its International Literary Festival and canoeing on the River Wye are a must or try trekking in the hills. The oak cabin offers lounge/diner/sleeping area: 1 double accessed via a ladder (restricted head height in the eaves) and 1 bunk beds (suitable for under 8s) woodburner/stove (first basket of logs included) and solar powered USB charging sockets. The railway carriage offers open-plan kitchen/bathroom area: kitchen area with gas hob Bathroom area with freestanding bath. Separate WC. Outside: large fire pit for camp fire cooking and canopy area with table and chairs for all weather dining. Amenities: ample parking. Bed linen and towels included. Regret no smoking. 2 well-behaved dogs who are happy to live outside are very welcome - no charge. Having designed a small yet perfectly formed space the owner respectfully asks that dogs are kept outside of the cabin. Please could dogs sleep in the back of the car or in a dog crate. There is livestock on the farm so please take care.

Log Cabin near Crickhowell (3mls NE) 6

Crickhowell, Powys, Wales

Log Cabin near Crickhowell (3mls NE) From £642 Availability

These properties are just a short drive from the mountain town of Crickhowell. There is a plunge pool in the river which flows down below the accommodation as its all private land you can swim and fish in the river during your stay. The lovely little town of Crickhowell with a butchers a bakers Post Office and shops is a short drive. Try the famous book town of Hay on Wye just 30 minutes with a treasure trove of independent stores and book shops. It has the added benefit of being on the River Wye which is great for paddling in the Warren on a summer s day or renting a canoe for some watery adventure. Nearby attractions include trekking centres within 10-20 minutes drive and some of the riding trails in The Golden Valley riding centre is just a few miles away for fabulous trekking in the hills or try Triley Fields Equestrian for lessons and a great cross country course. The unique yurt offers an open-plan Living/kitchen/diner/sleeping area: with a woodburner which when stoked up is hot enough to provide an additional cooking source. Sleeping area with double bed raised double bed hammock and sofa bed. Kitchen area with gas hob a fridge cage in the river keeping food cool in water proof containers and fire pit for outside cooking. Dining area with table and chairs. The shepherd hut offers: a cosy woodburner bath and WC. Outside: set in acres of land a table and benches provided. Amenities: parking for 1 car (more space available at the owner s property) Bed linen and towels included. Regret no smoking. 2 dogs welcome (please keep dogs under control as there is live stock). Additional info: there is no mobile signal at the properties however you can get signal just up the lane. Mountain bike hire can be arranged for delivery to the door or bring your own and storage can be made available. Location: pub 1 mile. Arrival: 4pm

Log Cabin near Hay-on-Wye (4mls S) 8

Hereford, Powys, Wales

Log Cabin near Hay-on-Wye (4mls S) From £1114 Availability

The group of 4 exquisite huts is exclusively yours tucked away in the hills yet just a run back down the hill into Hay on Wye complete with gorgeous little shops and eateries. A babbling brook the dramatic expanse of the Brecon Beacons Dark Sky Reserve overhead and an optional wood fired hot tub to luxuriate in. The wood-fired hot tub is bookable on request for an additional fee of 100 for a 3 or 4 night stay or 135.00 for a 7 night break. This is a perfect retreat to re-connect and get back to nature .or have a little glamping party with your mates! Located in one of the most spectacular locations in the National Park. Nearby Hay-on-Wye has an exceptionally well supplied yet quaint Thursday morning market pubs great independent stores and a world famous book festival each May and is just a few miles away. The River Wye is far below at the bottom of the mountain with canoe hire a great river side cafe bike pony and even Vespa hire. For thrill seekers Black Mountain Activities nearby has a long list of adrenaline fuelled activities to keep you busy including gorge walking and high wire ropes. Leisure facilities: private wood-fired hot tub (on request for an additional fee of 100 for a 3 or 135.00 for a 4 night short break). This unique accommodation offers 4 shepherds huts each with a double bed woodburner (logs included). There is a very well appointed Utility Hut which includes: Shower room: with shower and WC. Kitchen: with wood fired Esse stove and sink. The 4th hut is set apart from the main group of 3 huts the 4th hut also includes a double bed and woodburner (logs provided). Outside: an open fireplace with large fire pit at one end and BBQ at the other a large canopied dining table. Amenities: ample parking. Electric included. Bed linen included. Regret no smoking. Additional info:. Electricity is provided by solar panels and wind turbines. Pedestrian access only to the huts via a step track. Easy to carry bags are recommended but wheelbarrows are provided to transport luggage to and from your hut! 2 dogs welcome however must be kept on a lead whilst outside. Arrival: 4pm.

Log Cabin near Hay-on-Wye (6.5mls SW) 2

Brecon, Powys, Wales

Log Cabin near Hay-on-Wye (6.5mls SW) From £494 Availability

The property is a great place to unwind at yet with so many place of interest vying for your attention in the area you may not know where to start. A good place start would be Hay-on-Wye which is famed for its bookshops and no end of eateries. Stop by Talgarth Mills or take a walk to Llyswen Hillfort. The Brecon Beacons is renowned for its scenery and walking trails. If you re feeling energetic try a well-prepared hike to the summit of Pen y Fan the highest point in South Wales. Train enthusiasts will love the Brecon Beacons Mountain Railway; also those interested in Welsh history wouldn t want to miss out on the Big Pit Mining Museum. The cottage embraces its open-plan layout to good effect comprised of a main open plan living area and a separate shower room and is surprisingly roomy for two people. The living area has a dining table and chairs couch and armchair all clustered round a wood burner where full height windows look out onto the river. For entertainment there a radio for your use compatible with most mp3 players smartphones and tablets. There is also a small TV/DVD in the main living area. The kitchen area is fully fitted with electric hob a combination microwave oven and a fridge with ice box. The bathroom is a shower cubicle and WC. When it s time to sleep simply open the cupboard doors and a double bed pulls down easily into the room. Stepping outside there is a small patio where you can relax and look out over the River Wye. There is ample parking for one car close to the front of the property.

Log Cabin near Llandrindod Wells (1.5mls SE) 4

Llandrindod Wells, Powys, Wales

Log Cabin near Llandrindod Wells (1.5mls SE) From £492 Availability

This Victorian spa town is a pleasure to visit with 30 natural springs picturesque lake pavilion and range of events shops and eateries to enjoy alongside the National Cycle Museum and Radnorshire Museum not forgetting its renowned golf club. Explore the spectacular dams and reservoirs of the Elan and Claerwen Valleys visit the Red Kite Feeding Station at Gigrin Farm head to the internationally renowned Hergest Croft Gardens go book hunting in Hay-on-Wye or take the Old Mountain Road to Aberystwyth. Set in magnificent countryside full of footpaths cycle routes and bridleways to explore and enjoy walking cycling fishing horse riding wildlife watching photography arts crafts music and events. A perfect spot to unwind or seek adventure in Mid Wales. As you approach this cedar clad property the views and lodge are stunning. The open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner is stylishly furnished with beautiful features such as the doors and tables made from locally grown Douglas Fir and Ash bi-fold doors opening on to the patio and all the thoughtful little extras for year round comfort such as the underfloor heating. The kitchen area is well-equipped with gas oven and hob dishwasher and fridge. If you decide to eat in the table is perfectly positioned to gather round and embrace the fabulous view. On chillier evenings you can light the wood burner and relax on the comfortable sofa watch the wildlife choose a DVD or lose yourself in a good book. Either side of the lounge area are two sumptuous bedrooms one as a super-king and one as a twin (though both can be made as super-king or twin on request). Both bedrooms have a luxury en-suite shower with WC and soft towels. This exceptional property is a real pleasure to holiday in. Surrounded by rolling countryside and wildlife this is the perfect spot to relax and unwind. Enjoy alfresco dining on the patio with table and chairs or head to the sunken seating area by the fire pit to watch the wildlife or appreciate the dark skies stargazing. If you are keen on cycling or golf there is a secure bicycle store with wash down facilities washing machine and drying facilities for wet boots and clothes. Private drive with off-road parking for two cars. The lodge is set in two acres of grounds and maintains its own privacy adjacent to the owners seven acre home and stables.

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