The creation of an additional 30 luxury lodges has been given the green light by planners for Maesmawr Farm Resort, Moat Lane, Caersws, near Newtown in Powys.
It followed the careful design and planning application by architectural design and planning consultants, Hughes Architects.
The destination attract tourists to visit and stay in the area from throughout the UK and beyond, supporting the local rural economy which relies on tourism throughout the year.
Richard Lewis, an architect and director of Hughes Architects, based at Newtown, said the enlarged development would include a new access off the main A489 trunk road.
“We have ensured the layout and design of the site is in keeping with the local countryside and environment. This was an important element of the plans for our client.
“The extended development includes new infrastructure and landscaping combined with the quality of the lodges that will be built on the site.”
The site had already been used for accommodating 12 luxury lodges and 80 plots for static and touring caravans and camping.
Mr Lewis said the location, close to Caersws with its local amenities and a railway station along the Cambrian Railway, linking Mid Wales to the Midlands and beyond, made it a perfect and sustainable development.
Hughes Architects was appointed by Boutique Resorts Ltd to undertake the design and planning of the site.