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Welcome to Cae Llwyn Lodges

Idyllically positioned amongst the rolling countryside of the Elan and Claerwen Valleys, on the outskirts of the quaint village of Nantmel, you will find Cae Llwyn Lodges.

Offering a rural retreat, Cae Llwyn Lodges makes the perfect base for both families and friends alike seeking a Welsh adventure. Marvel at your tranquil countryside surroundings and make yourself at home direcly in nature.

Cae Llwyn Lodges

Cae Llwyn, Nantmel,
Rhayader LD6 5PE

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About the tent

Try a luxurious glamping tent that sleeps up to five guests.
The TimeOut glamping tent has two sleeping areas, a double bedroom and a bunk with a double and single bed. The living area boasts home comforts including a small kitchen space.
On the terrace you can enjoy relaxing whilst soaking up the wonderful views of the Welsh hills.
What’s included?

  • Bedding
  • Towels and linen
  • Dining table & chairs
  • Fridge freezer
  • Hob
  • Kettle
  • Toaster
  • Crockery, cutlery, glassware and kitchen utensils

The area around Cae Llwyn Lodges

Elan Valley, Rhayader (8 miles)
Drive, walk explore the amazing scenery and views that the Elan Valley has to offer, you will find a Visitors Centre for any information you may need whilst visiting as well as play area for children.
Red Kite Feeding Centre, Rhayader (5 miles)
Watch hundreds of Red Kites feeding daily, a truly breath taking spectacle. The Centre is located in beautiful countryside with a Coffee Shop, Gift Shop & Picnic Site.
Lion Royal Trekking Centre, Rhayader (5 miles)
Situated in the Elan Valley taking different routes through the hills, valleys, rivers and woodlands each day. Exploring parts of the area that would be difficult to get to on foot, giving you the opportunity to experience the views, wildlife and tranquillity that the Elan Valley has to offer on horseback. All levels of riding ability from novice to advanced riders. (Seasonal Availability)
Gifach Nature Reserve, Rhayader (4 miles)
Take a trip to Gilfach Nature Reserve, where you will find over 400 acres of open moorland, flower rich grassland and oak woodland, offering a circular nature trail and a great place to enjoy a picnic at one of the spots and simply relax and let the world go by.
Devils Bridge, Pontarfynach (30 miles)
Take a walk to view some of Wales’ most famous waterfalls and bridges and while visiting dine out at The Hafod Hotel. If you have the whole day, why not hop on the Rheidol Railway, a restored steam train that takes a scenic route to the seaside town of Aberystwyth.