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Retreat launches new lodge development

A luxury Welsh Marches retreat has launched a new ownership development of holiday lodges set within 15 acres of stunning parkland.

The lodges are open to prospective buyers and holidaymakers seeking a tranquil, five-star getaway at Bryn Tanat Hall, a family-run, five star self-catering destination at Llansantffraid near the Powys-Shropshire border. Five lodges are included in the first phase, with another four to follow.

The new development builds upon Bryn Tanat Hall’s existing lodge offering, providing the ultimate peaceful retreat for those looking for a place of their own to escape, relax and unwind. The current workforce of 11 is expected to nearly double over the next three years.

The lodges are designed to provide an all-year-round, five-star experience and are completely customisable and tailored to each owner’s preferences. Working closely with Prestige Lodges, each luxury lodge features state-of-the-art amenities and a spacious outdoor terrace with uninterrupted views.

Susan Martin, of Bryn Tanat Hall, said: "We’re excited to expand our lodge offering at Bryn Tanat Hall and provide guests with the opportunity to own their own secluded bolthole, allowing them to escape daily life and fully switch off.

“We receive wonderful reviews about our picturesque location, so we’re sure that this new offering will be extremely popular with those who want to wake up to beautiful Mid Wales views all year round.

“Our vision as custodians of the Bryn Tanat Hall Estate is to ensure that the idyllic and arresting physical landscape, diverse wildlife habitats and ecosystem are protected. To support this, we have planted thousands of trees, specimen now semi mature, woodland and hedging and created a wildlife pond with a second planned on the Lower Parkland Luxury Lodge park. 

“Standing for hundreds of years are spectacular mature trees, pines, beech, horse chestnut, acer, yew and oak.  We have also invested heavily in sustainable energy sources such as biomass, solar and ground source to heat and power the estate.”

“For prospective holiday home owners, the new development gives the opportunity to enjoy their own piece of paradise alongside the on-site facilities including the tennis court, fitness suite and the luxury, indulgent spa at Bryn Tanat Hall.”

The Bryn Tanat Estate already includes parkland lodges and an eco cabin, but the new development offers holidaymakers a more permanent solution to visit and explore Mid Wales time and time again.

Bryn Tanat Hall is a member of MWT Cymru, an independent organisation that represents 600 tourism and hospitality businesses across Powys, Ceredigion and Southern Snowdonia.