Wales Fishing Lodges With Hot Tubs

Looking for your next fishing destination? England’s next-door neighbour, Wales, is the perfect excuse for nature excursions. Its mountainous landscape and exquisite valleys create the ultimate backdrop for its crystal-clear lakes. Welsh waters are also abundant in fish that are just waiting to bite on every dangling bait. From the island of Anglesey to the parklands of Brecon Beacons, this country is a paradise for anglers and nature lovers alike. Bring your fishing getaways to life within the beautiful waters of Wales!

Wales Fishing Lodges With Hot Tubs

When it comes to fishing lodges, the country of Wales boasts an incredible collection that would excite any angler. Holidaymakers can now choose between traditional cottages and luxury log cabins for their weekend breaks. No matter which home you pick, you’ll be treated to elegant interiors and self-catering features. And to make your holiday even better, each property is set with bubbling hot tubs, private swims, and gorgeous views of the Welsh countryside. Check out these private cabins and cottages to rent right in the heart of Wales!

  • Sky Hut - Caban y Nen
    Sky Hut – Caban y Nen
    New Quay, Pembrokeshire
    Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Studio cabin with unique observatory feature. Surrounded by acres of countryside in West Wales. Perfect for couples and stargazing.

  • Llyn Cae Ty Nant Fishery
    Llyn Cae Ty Nant Fishery
    Lampeter, Wales
    Sleeps 4 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms 1

    Holiday lodging with modern furnishings. Wraparound deck with patio furniture and sun loungers. Less than a mile away from the peaceful village of Llangeitho.

  • Wales Log CabinDog Friendly
    Wales Log Cabin
    Llangammarch Wells
    Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Craftsman cabin located in pocket of Welsh country. Balcony overlooks private country lane and large pond. Can accommodate up to two well-behaved dogs.

  • 1 Bedroom Log CabinDog Friendly
    1 Bedroom Log Cabin
    Llangammarch Wells
    Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Beautiful lodge situated on remote estate. Open layout with galley kitchen and wooden balcony. Only a few miles away from local pubs and shops.

  • Lampeter Glamping PodDog Friendly
    Lampeter Glamping Pod
    Lampeter, Ceredigion
    Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Stylish glamping pod for romantic retreats. Nestled within four acres of woodlands. Property offers stunning waterside views and woodland walks.

  • Tranquil Log CabinDog Friendly
    Tranquil Log Cabin
    Llangammarch Wells
    Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Charming lodging situated along tranquil country lane. Includes covered private hot tub. Great location for keen walkers, nature lovers, and anglers.

  • Rusty Boathouse
    Rusty Boathouse
    Llanarth, Ceredigion
    Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Luxurious glamping pod with industrial-style interiors. Includes private use of decking and jetty. Boasts undisrupted parnonamic views of Welsh countryside.

  • West Wales Log CabinDog Friendly
    West Wales Log Cabin
    Lampeter, Ceredigion
    Sleeps 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1

    Modern glamping cabin set within four acres of grounds. Studio interiors with complete furnishings. Perfect remote getaway for couples.

  • Tan Yr AlltDog Friendly
    Tan Yr Allt
    Dolanog near Meifod, Powys
    Sleeps 13 Bedrooms 7 Bathrooms 5

    Three-storey country home boasting rear garden and private lake. Extensive lawn with fully-furnished patio. Pet-friendly venue for large families or groups.


Fishing In Wales

Is this your first time on a fishing trip to Wales? No worries! Although the rugged landscape can seem intimidating, the Welsh countryside is one of the best destinations for angling groups. If you’re a beginner, you can test out the waters first in Llangrose Lake. Meanwhile, experienced anglers will love the challenges of sea fishing in Anglesey. Here are more fishing spots across Wales that paint a picture of the perfect rural retreat:

Llangrose Lake

Llangrose Lake is one of the most popular fishing lakes in Wales. Located at the heart of Brecon Beacons National Park, this 400-acre body of water comes alive once autumn starts rolling in. Unlike other fishing spots, bank fishing is not allowed on the lake, so anglers need to have rowboats in order to access its depth. Llangrose is best known for its pike fishing, but there are other available varieties too. Some common catches include roach, bream, and even eels!

River Usk

River Usk is another fishing spot located within Brecon Beacons National Park. The river is an excellent place for beginner or experienced anglers thanks to its deep waters and shallow points. When it comes to fish variety, Usk is famous for its wild trout and seasonal salmon. Fly fishing is generally allowed in the river as long as you follow the proper handling after every catch. River Usk is extremely popular considering that it’s the go-to spot for trout fishing!

Lyn y Gors

Lyn y Gors is a private fishery located on the island of Anglesey in Wales. The farm stretches over six acres with at least three different lakes. Although it’s membership-based, the place has lots of rave reviews. Anglers love its large catches of carp and catfish, as well as other coarse species. One of its lakes, Carp Lake, is also a favoured location for pike fishing during the season.

Llyn Brenig

Llyn Brenig is a massive reservoir in Snowdonia that’s exclusively used for fly fishing. This body of water stretches over 900 acres which is hugely impressive and is usually the venue for international fishing competitions. Locals and tourists often crowd by the shore or venture out on boats to cast their rods. Aside from its sheer size, Llyn Brenig is also famous for its brown trout, tiger, and thousands of homegrown rainbow trout. The lake is accessible for all guests – there’s a place where you can rent special boats for wheelchair users!

Lyn Trawsfynydd

Lyn Trawsfynydd is another lake set in the heart of Snowdonia. Believe it or not, this lake is actually bigger than Llyn Brenig, boasting over 1,200 acres of surface area. According to anglers, this is the lake you go to when you want to experience traditional fishing with the fuss of modern amenities. The waters are also well-stocked with brown trout, rainbow trout, perch, rudd and pike. Every now and then, you might be able to catch eels and grass carp. Like its sister lake, Lyn Trawsfynydd is a favourite venue for fishing contests!


Anglesey is an island located in the northernmost region of Wales. Compared to other fishing spots on this list, this particular location is famous for its sea fishing. You can literally tour the borders of the island, check into its seaside towns, and venture into its local beaches for some afternoon catch. The most popular method is coarse fishing, but you can also try out shore fishing in specific areas. Some frequented fishing points include Cymyran Beach, Moelfre, and Black Point with catches of mackerel, flounder, and sea bass!

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