A gorgeous, glass-fronted haven with a green roof, an al fresco hot tub, and luxurious bedrooms that face the rolling hills, dreamily secluded on a friendly family farm in Powys.
  • Sleeps: 7
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathroom: 1
  • Minimum stay: 3 nights

Secluded on a working family farm in Powys, the idyllic green views you’ll savour from The Warren stretch out for what feels like forever, towards rolling hills and trees filled with birds.

Friendly owners Tom and Amy designed and built their luxurious farm retreats themselves (there are two others, The Nest and The Burrow, all privately spaced from each-other), with a view to making each one a heavenly hideaway in nature.

Their largest retreat, The Warren sleeps up to seven guests, so you can bring the whole family along to enjoy what’s sure to be the most relaxing and beautiful break you’ll ever take.

Boasting an earth roof that blends into the lush green landscape, an enormous, gleaming glass front means the indulgent living space is bathed in natural light throughout the day.

Here, butter-soft, cushion-covered sofas face the windows (though don’t worry, there’s a TV for evening entertainment) and the kids are sure to squabble over who gets to claim the comfy swinging basket chair.  

Though when it’s sunny, why not lounge outside instead? Not only will you find comfy seating out on the patio, but there’s a bubbling spa tub and a wild shower, too – oh, and a toasty firepit, essential for welcoming the sunset in scenic style.

Back inside, you’ll find an extremely well-equipped kitchen that’s ideal for whipping up feast-worthy suppers, perhaps with the occasional curious sheep peeking in from time to time!

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At a glance

  • A luxurious hand-built retreat with a green roof and a glass front, beautifully secluded on a working family farm in the ancient Powys village of Bleddfa.
  • There are two other retreats on the site: The Nest and The Burrow, all privately secluded from each-other.
  • Relax in the hanging basket chair, or on the comfy hill-facing sofas. There’s a well-equipped kitchen, into which the occasional curious sheep may peer!
  • There are three double bedrooms: two with hill-facing views, and one with an additional single bed, to sleep up to 7 guests.
  • Welcome the arrival of the sunset and stars with a dip in the al fresco hot tub, then relaxing by the firepit.
  • Embark on a bracing woodland walk, or wander 700m to the local pub! There is a wealth of walking trails, activities, and historic sites to explore close by.


  • Family Friendly
  • Hot Tubs


Sumptuous hand-built retreat, sleeps 7 guests.  Generous sofas, hanging basket chair, TV, radio, board games, underfloor heating.  Fully-equipped kitchen with grill and cooker, hob, fridge, dishwasher.  3 double bedrooms, one with an additional single.  Spacious wet-room bathroom with round bath and large shower.  Outside: furnished patio, hot tub, outdoor shower.  A starter amount of firewood, matches, and firelighters are provided.

Local Activities

Walking, wildlife watching, pubs, historic sites, local produce markets, outdoor adventure, horse-riding, picnics, stargazing

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The enormous wet-room-style bathroom, meanwhile, is a thing of wonder. So much so, that you may start praying for the odd rainy day, just so you can fill the huge round bath with bubbles and relax to raindrops trickling down the glass doors.

Later on, choose from three stylish double bedrooms. Two face the hills for amazing morning views, while the third features an additional single bed – perfect for a small family.

After a sound night’s sleep, relax outside with your morning coffee… if you can get up early enough, the sunrises here are incredible. Watch the grazing sheep and the local wildlife, and then why not head out for an enchanting woodland walk?

Further afield lie the Elan Valley, with its magnificent dams and shimmering reservoirs, historic landmarks including Powis Castle, and even more opportunity to get up close and personal with nature. Feed the red kites at nearby Rhayader, or take the kids to Kington Owl Sanctuary, with its small breeds farm.

You’ll also find a friendly pub in walking distance, and plenty more award-winning options a short drive away.

What more could you possibly need?

Things to note

Check in from 4pm, check out by 10am. Pets are not permitted. Please bring torches, wellies, swimwear and towels for the hot tub. There is good mobile coverage, but Wi-Fi coverage may be intermittent due to the rural location.

Where you'll be staying

Dolassey, Powys

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