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Penllwyn Lodges - Powys


Town: Montgomery



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Penllwyn-Lodges offers a range of luxurious holiday lodges that you can rent for your next self catering holiday.

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Nestling in woodland, just three miles from Montgomery this is the perfect base for exploring. Completely unspoilt, the surrounding area offers the charming beauty of the Shropshire borders to the east, and the rugged splendour of the Welsh mountains, the Dovey valley and Cardigan Bay to the west. With the high standards provided by Penllwyn, plus the freedom to wander over meadow land and along the canal towpath, this is a holiday you will wish to repeat.

Penllwyn-Lodges offers the following facilities.

9 hole golf course* and golf clubhouseChildren's adventure play area Provisions' and souvenir shopGolf packages* * Charges applyFishing is available on the lake, Montgomery canal and the River Severn at no extra charge.



Local Area

The heart of Wales, a diverse landscape of wild mountains and fertile river plains, dotted with friendly towns and secluded hamlets. It’s the outstanding natural beauty of the countryside that draws nature lovers, walkers and cyclists staying in Powys. Red kites, Merlins and Peregrine falcons breed in the Cambrian Mountains, and at beautiful Lake Vyrnwy, one of the region’s loveliest man-made lakes, you’ll find a superb RSPB site as well as a huge range of activities, including water sports, climbing and quad biking. The wonderfully varied terrain of the Brecon Beacons National Park is criss-crossed by ancient tracks and lanes, perfect for pony trekking, and keen walkers will head to the Offa’s Dyke long distance path.History enthusiasts will be drawn to Powis Castle, a magnificent medieval fortress towering above its famous gardens and commanding glorious views over the valley. In the Victorian spa town of Llandrindod Wells, visitors can still sample the healing waters, and book lovers will be in heaven at Hay-on-Wye’s bookstores - there are more than 30 of them to explore.



  • Kitchen including microwave and fridge/freezer
  • Bath and/or shower
  • Bed linen and duvets
  • Heating throughout
  • Electricity by coin meter
  • Cots and highchairs £10pw each
  • All-male, all-female or mixed groups under 25 – please check when booking
  • Pets £20pw each (max 2) (in specific accomodation)Due to the steep gradients and steps the grounds at Penllwyn Lodges are not suitable for wheelchair users or persons with severe mobility difficulties. However 3 of the lodges have access for wheelchairs and cars can be driven right up to these lodges.
  • Weekly Price Range: £226 - £756


    User Reviews

     We have 124 in our database for Penllwyn-Lodges. Only the last 10 are shown for each site

    Reviewed by: Date of stay: 2007 Rating 4 / 5
    An ideal spot for countryside and very handy for Welshpool and Newtown.

    Reviewed by: Date of stay: 2008 Rating 4 / 5
    This park is easily accessible and there are plenty of local attractions. The park itself is quiet with lots of birdlife to enjoy. Great for kids who love running up and down (young and old)!

    Reviewed by: Date of stay: 2009 Rating 5 / 5
    We stayed in a beautiful log cabin in woodland in Wales and it was peaceful bliss - the perfect place to relax!

    Reviewed by: Date of stay: 2009 Rating 5 / 5
    I enjoyed my break so much that when I got home I rebooked straight away for later in the year!

    Reviewed by: Date of stay: 2009 Rating 4 / 5
    Beautiful log cabins set in a stunning location. Everything we needed was available and we had a fantastic holiday!

    Reviewed by: Date of stay: 2009 Rating 4 / 5
    We had a wonderful holiday - who couldn't in a cosy log cabin on the side of a wooded hill?? Wildlife was just outside the window and we loved watching it.

    Reviewed by: Date of stay: 2010 Rating 4 / 5
    We really enjoyed our stay, the scenery was beautiful, the lodge was cosy and the staff were friendly and helpful. We will certainly be returning in the near future!

    Reviewed by: Date of stay: 2011 Rating 5 / 5
    A beautiful countryside location. Peaceful area, ideal for getting away, especially nature lovers. Excellent accommodation.

    Reviewed by: Date of stay: 2011 Rating 4 / 5
    Great central location, excellent value for a peaceful and quiet holiday. Wood/ log chalets are spacious and adequate. They are located in a wood overlooking fields and/ or golf course and/ or small lake and river. This is perfect for families that want a self-catering holiday in a relaxing and quiet atmosphere. Supermarkets 10 minutes down the road. Ideal as a base to explore Wales. Also great for golfers and those who enjoy fishing, golf, lake and river on the doorstep. Nothing to do apart from enjoying the views, fish or play golf in the resort but this is what makes it so perfect to recharge ones batteries.

    Reviewed by: Date of stay: 2007 Rating 5 / 5
    The accommodation is warm, friendly and very well equipped with most mod-cons. Very lovely surroundings and great for fishing!

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