A large family suite featuring a double in the main bedroom and 2 single beds in an adjoining bedroom. A cot or Z-bed can be added to this large room.
Hafren was a legendary British princess who was drowned in the River Severn by her repudiated stepmother Gwendolen. The legend appears in Historia Regum Britanniae the pseudohistorical chronicle written by Geoffrey of Monmouth. According to Geoffrey, Hafren is the eponym of the Severn, which bears one of Britain’s most ancient river names.
Today Hafren Forest sits on the edge of the Cambrian Mountains, 7 miles west of the market town of Llanidloes. There are plenty of waterfalls along the river’s way through the forest. Hafren Forest covers 15 square miles and was planted in 1937 – it’s a peaceful spot today but before the trees were planted, it was home to lead and tin mining industries.