Black Hall Holiday Lodges, Llanfair Waterdine, Knighton, Shropshire
Black Hall Holiday Lodges are self catering accommodation based in Llanfair Waterdine, Knighton.
Relax and enjoy the peace and tranquility provided by a luxurious Canadian Log Cabin or Finnish Lodge in one of the most beautiful and unspoilt parts of the countryside.
Black Hall Lodges is an exclusive development of individually appointed log cabins and lodges based on a working farm in the South Shropshire Hills. Located on a hillside close to Offa’s Dyke, this family owned park offers luxurious accommodation constructed to the highest standards within an area of outstanding natural beauty.
The spaciously located cabins are all built to take advantage of magnificent views over the Teme Valley and all are fully equipped for you to enjoy from the moment you arrive. The accommodation is equipped with a host of features including a wide screen television, wood burning stove and outdoor hot tub which is heated using the farms own wood chip boiler.
There is ample private parking outside every lodge and all roads and driveways are tarmac with either flat or ramped access to the buildings.
The farm itself is an upland beef and sheep farm with the land rising from 700 to 1400 feet above sea level. The highest and best preserved section of Offa’s Dyke is on Black Hall land within easy walking distance of the site.
The lodge site was started eight years ago when foot and mouth disease made many farmers aware of the need for diversification. Noticing the potential of the Shropshire/Powys border as a holiday destination, the first lodges were built and proved an immediate success amongst holidaymakers wanting a more relaxing style of break.
The environment is ideal for nature lovers. 25 acres of broad-leafed woodland forms the eastern border to the site and a large area of native grassland has been planted to encourage upland plateaux habitats for ground nesting birds. There are public footpaths in the area and a nature trail leads from the site which takes approximately one hour to complete.
The Welsh Borders and Central Wales are area’s rich in natural beauty, historical attractions and fascinating market towns for the visitor to explore.
The closest town is Knighton which is 5 miles from the site. Knighton is a bustling small town with a wide selection of pubs, tea rooms, shops, and banks, (including cash points). It is also the home of the information centre for the Offa’s Dyke long distant footpath and they will be happy to supply details and route maps for a variety of walks in the locality. There is also a station for the Central Wales line where trains run regularly between Shrewsbury and Swansea.
Dining out, the nationally acclaimed Waterdine Restaurant is just a few hundred yards away from Black Hall Lodges, and there are many other pubs and restaurants including Indian within a short driving distance.
Telephone: 01547 528909
Email: [email protected]
Sleeps: 1 to 7