There are many ways to travel to Luxury Lodges Wales for a short-break holiday.

Most of our guests choose to drive as we have good access off the main trunk road network as well as the main motorways from the Midlands, North West of England and the South-West of England.

Some choose to cycle as part of a longer break travelling the region and others even walk as part of a walking break.

“World’s Epic Train Journey”

One other way is by rail and we have what is one of the most scenic railways in the country – the Cambrian Railway.

Stretching 120 miles in total from just over the border in Shrewsbury, Shropshire – with direct access to Birmingham and London, as well as Crewe, Chester and Manchester – it travels through the rolling Montgomeryshire hills. Then into the Cambrian mountains and Machynlleth where it then splits at Dyfi Junction into the stunning Snowdonia National Park towards Pwllheli or to Aberystwyth.

You can use the railway to explore Mid Wales, with stations at Welshpool, Newtown, Caersws, Machynlleth, Dyfi Junction and west to Borth and Aberystwyth at the end of the line. Stations heading north include Aberdyfi, Tywyn, Fairbourne, Barmouth, Harlech, Porthmadog, Criccieth and Pwllheli.

Each of these stops are great for exploring on day trips. The Guardian named the Cambrian Railway in its “Ten of the World’s Epic Train Journeys.”

And if you’re travelling to us by rail you’ll be stopping at Caersws station which is just three miles down the road. From here you can book a taxi to bring you to your luxury lodge holiday accommodation where you can relax and unwind after your journey.

You can find out more about booking tickets and times at National Rail Enquiries.

It’s also worth finding out more at Walesonrailswhich provides more details about the line.

Don’t forget you can book your romantic or family short break holiday here.

Photo: Caersws Railway Station on the Cambrian Railway Line where you can reach Luxury Lodges Wales from (Photo ©Owain Betts)