Wyldwoods Eco Retreat sits in a stunning setting, nestled amongst the foothills of the Berwyn mountain range, looking down onto a beautiful secluded valley. With stunning views of the dramatic Gyrn Moelfre (the location for the Hugh Grant film The Englishman Who Went Up a Hill But Came Down a Mountain.)
If you are looking for some peace, either alone, as a couple, or with your children, then you are sure to find it here in our large 3.5 acre organic garden with its private access to Pant-yr-Eos Woodland Trust forest.
Stay in one of our two impressive lodges that are set quietly within their own garden or private terrace.
Our guest accommodation is perfectly situated on the Welsh border, within 8 miles of the historic market Town of Oswestry, 5 miles from the unspoiled village of Llanrhaeadr-ym-Mochnant, with local food stores, fish and chip shop, post office, traditional butchers, restaurant and friendly pubs. Llanrhaeadr is famous for its spectacular waterfall which is the highest in Wales.
Wyldwoods retreat is just 25 miles from the Medieval city of Shrewsbury with its cobbled streets and timbered buildings and 25 miles from the walled Roman city of Chester.
A stay at our retreat is ideal for relaxing, bird and badger watching, hill walking, mountain biking,or visiting the many historic local sights, both man made and natural.