Bed and breakfast in Llanwrtyd Wells
|Llanerchindda Farm Guest House, Cynghordy, Llanwrtyd Wells, SA20 0NB
|About 7 miles from the town.Nestled amid 50 acres of Welsh countryside, this family-run guest house boasts comfortable en suite rooms, spectacular views of the Bran Valley and a wealth of outdoor activities. Providing clay pigeon shooting and an off-road course for experienced drivers and riders, the farm also presents itself as an ideal base from which to explore the natural beauty of South Wales and the Brecon Beacons. After a long day you can return to the comfort of the house to relax beside the log fire in the lounge bar or, in the summer months, you can unwind in the conservatory or on the terrace, which boasts breathtaking views of the Black Mountain and the Brecon Beacons beyond.
|Bryncelyn Guesthouse, Dolecoed Road, Llanwrtyd Wells, LD5 4RA
|Set in beautiful Llanwrtyd Wells, this recently refurbished, family-run guesthouse provides comfortable accommodation complemented by traditional hospitality and modern comforts in this idyllic part of Mid-Wales. Ideal for those attending one of the local festivals or holidaying in this picturesque area, Bryncelyn Guesthouse assures a warm welcome from hosts Lil & Malcolm, who aim to offer a personal service to your stay. Immersed within an area of natural beauty, Bryncelyn boasts spectacular views of the rolling hills and countryside. There are 6 off-road parking spaces for guests, on site.
|New Hall Guesthouse, Victoria Road, Llanwrtyd Wells, LD5 4SU
|Situated in Llanwrtyd Wells, This converted church hall offers stylish, spacious room with comfortable beds, power showers and baths. Breakfast features local produce, which is Fairtrade and organic where possible. Situated in Llanwrtyd Wells, New Hall Guesthouse is ideal for exploring Builth Wells, the Brecon Beacons and visiting the Royal Welsh Showground. New Hall is like a small hotel, with the warmth and friendliness of a bed and breakfast. It also has free Wi-Fi, and a large lounge and dining room for use throughout the day. In the local area there are walks, cycle routes, driving tours and interesting places to visit. Award-winning restaurants and local pubs are easy to get to.
|Ardwyn House, Station Road, Llanwrtyd Wells, LD5 4RW
|Centrally located. Ardwyn is an artistic guest house built in the early 1900s. It has a creative atmosphere with plenty of arts and crafts. There are Art Nouveau touches around the house, from the rolltop baths to the light fittings. The bedrooms have double-aspect views, stylish designs and good bathrooms. There is a library/snooker room with comfy chairs and many books. The Royal Welsh Show Ground is a 20-minute drive away, and Llanwrtyd Wells is great for walking and mountain biking. Ardwyn House also has the Bronfelin Holiday Cottage available for rent, just a short walk from the house.
|Belle Vue Hotel, Belle Vue Terrace, Llanwrtyd Wells, LD5 4RE
|It is the oldest hotel in Llanwrtyd Wells .Belle Vue Hotel is a village pub with good food, friendly service and charming original features. Built in 1843, it is the oldest hotel in Llanwrtyd Wells. The family-run hotel is small and comfortable, and is a friendly local meeting place. It is north of the Brecon Beacons National Park, and surrounded by rugged and breathtaking scenery. Llanwrtyd Train Station is quite close by.
|Plasnewydd Bed And Breakfast, Irfon Terrace, Llanwrtyd Wells, LD5 4RH
|This quiet, 4-star bed and breakfast is 500 metres from Llanwrtyd Rail Station on the Heart of Wales Line. It offers free off-road private parking, traditional Welsh cakes and breakfasts. The family-run Plasnewydd Bed and Breakfast is an easy walk from all amenities in Llanwrtyd Wells, Britain's smallest town. It has countryside views and quiet gardens with award-winning flower displays. The rooms have bathrobes, toiletries, hairdryers and tea/coffee with fresh homemade Welsh cakes. All rooms have a TV and clock radio. Traditional Welsh cooked breakfasts are made using locally sourced produce. Choose from an extensive menu. Special diets are catered for with prior notice. The Plasnewydd has been awarded a Welcome Host Gold Award and a 4-star Bed and Breakfast rating from Visit Wales, the Wales Tourist Board.
|Cerdyn Villa, Station Road, Llanwrtyd Wells, LD5 4RS
|Located in Llanwrtyd Wells.Cerdyn Villa offers friendly, relaxing, quality guest-house accommodation with a real home-from-home feel. Rooms have excellent views of the Irfon Valley. Each room has an en suite shower, a DVD player and a mini fridge for fresh milk. Breakfast is hearty and homemade, with fresh eggs and vegetarian options. Cerdyn Villa has a cosy guest lounge and a welcoming garden.
|Carlton Riverside, Irfon Crescent, Llanwrtyd Wells, LD5 4SP
|Located in Llanwrtyd Wells, the Carlton Riverside sits on the south bank of the River Irfon. The Carlton offers rooms and apartments with en suite bathrooms, TVs and Wi-Fi. All rooms have baths and showers and many have beautiful views across the river. They also have LCD TV's, DVD players, hair dryers and tea/coffee making facilities. The Carlton Restaurant has a view of the river and the old stone bridge. Ingredients are sourced from local farmers and markets and fish from Pwhelli. The restaurant was named in the top 100 at the National Restaurant Awards 2009. Llanwrtyd Train Station is just a 5-minute walk and connects to Shrewsbury and Swansea. There are several golf courses within a 15-minute drive and the Brecon Beacons are just 10 miles away.
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