Tub 1is for larger parties being lower down the valley sleeping up to 10 people it is in a prominent position of its own. The hot tub is a 10hp model which has all the jets working at one time. Lake View Log House guests may enjoy walking around their lake. Lake View Log House is the newest addition to Tree Tops a special house created by Joy and Peter. It is a two storey log house with upstairs roofed full width balcony to enjoy the glorious views of the Llanfynydd valley and Hope Mountain. Accommodating 10 people it stands in its own grounds and is equipped to the most exacting standards. From every point there is a stunning view.

On the ground floor there is an open plan dining area, well fitted out kitchen and lounge with covered furnished veranda off. There are two twin bedrooms downstairs. The shower room is conveniently placed for the East side of the house where the hot tub is.

As you mount the open stairs if you look up you will see the ceiling is the full height of the building with a lining of Finnish pine. Upstairs there is one twin bedroom with powder room, a double bedroom and the main shower room. The spacious lounge area at the top of the stairs has a double sofa bed and TV. From this area you walk onto the roofed balcony which is furnished for 10 people. Here you can look down at a lake and across the fields to Offa’s Dyke. To your left you look into the tops of the beautiful old tall beech trees which line the river Cegidog.Upstairs bed 1

The rates are from £340 to £650 per night. 3 nights is the minimum let. For 7 nights or longer we deduct 20%. Please bring your own hot tub towels all other linen and towels are provided.


The Romans camped on the field opposite across the valley. There is still standing a house that used to house the knights for Caergwrle Castle.

In Llanfynydd there is a post office, church and the local Inn which is the 17th century Cross Keys where food is served every evening and Sunday lunch time.

We take cards and direct bank payments.