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Bed And Breakfasts 11 to 18 in Powys, Wales

Choose from 18 hotels and guest houses in Powys. Shown below a just a selection of the hotels available. To search within an area please use the menu on the right.

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Bryncelyn Guesthouse - 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.
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Dolecoed Road,
Llanwrtyd Wells,
Powys
LD5 4RA

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Guidfa House - In picturesque gardens, this charming Georgian house is in the village of Crossgates, just north of Llandrindod Wells. Bright and spacious bedrooms are individually furnished and include a ground-floor room. All rooms have comfy beds, huge fluffy bath towels, soft bathrobes and quality toiletries. Trained Cordon Bleu chef Anne prepares modern and traditional dishes that use fresh, local ingredients. The wine list has some new and interesting new choices for 2009. Dinner is available Wednesday to Saturday (if reserved at least 24 hours in advance). A selection of soups, freshly baked bread and cold platters is available on other nights. Discover this beautiful part of Wales with Guidfa House.
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Crossgates,
Llandrindod Wells,
Powys
LD1 6RF

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Castle Inn - This small and friendly guest house is situated in an imposing 16th century stone-built building, ideally located in the heart of the Teme Valley in Wales on the English border. Castle Inn is a charming guest house offering comfortable accommodation with in-room amenities including a TV, DVD player and tea/coffee making facilities. The bar offers real ales, home-cooked food and cosy open fires. The bar serves at least 2 real ales, as well as smooth bitter, draught stout, dry cider and lager. Dogs are allowed in both the bar and the rooms. The surrounding area offers fantastic opportunities for country walks on Offa's Dyke and Glyndwr's Way. It is situated in the heart of Mid Wales, an area that is ideal for walking, cycling and driving amongst the beautiful scenery. The landlord of the inn is a keen walker and will be happy to give advice on possible routes.
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Knucklas,
Knighton,
Powys
LD7 1PW

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Seven Stars - Set in the beautiful Welsh countryside, this characteristic 16th century building has been transformed into a comfortable guest house, whilst still maintaining many of its original features, including oak beams and thick stone walls. Centrally located within Hay-on-Wye, famous for being the 'second-hand book capital of the world', during your stay you can explore the town's arts, crafts and 'eccentric' shops. Also nearby you can find The beautiful Cathedral City of Hereford, Brecon with its canal and Cathedral, and local castles, such as Raglan. Recommended by WHICH? Good Bed & Breakfast Guide, the Seven Stars boasts comfortable surroundings in which you can completely relax. Take a refreshing dip in the indoor swimming pool and rejuvenate in the sauna before unwinding in the guest lounge.
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11 Broad Street,
Builth Wells,
Powys
HR3 5DB

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Llanerchindda Farm Guest House - 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.
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Cynghordy,
Llanwrtyd Wells,
Powys
SA20 0NB

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Ardwyn House - Ardwyn is a glorious Belle ?poque-style guest house built in the early 1900s. It has a creative atmosphere with plenty of arts and crafts. Art Nouveau touches from the roll top baths to the light fittings are found throughout the house. The period 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 has plenty of opportunities for walking and mountain biking.
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Station Road,
Llanwrtyd Wells,
Powys
LD5 4RW

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Ty Morgan's Guest House - This thoroughly modern 3-storey guest house offers contemporary accommodation in the heart of the historic market town of Rhayader. Totally renovated in the summer of 2006, a selection of 4 guest rooms is available for a convenient and private stay. Individually styled by an interior designer, each room offers a variety of modern facilities. The guest house itself over looks the town centre and is part of a complex that includes The Strand Bistro, Morgan's Restaurant and The Strand Coffee and Sandwich shop.
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South Street,
Rhayader,
Powys
LD6 5BH

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The Horseshoe Guesthouse - In the old town area, just 5 minutes' walk from the River Wye, this 200-year-old Welsh stone building is rich in original character and traditional charm, with wood beams and exposed stonework. In the rural market town of Rhayader, known as the gateway to the Lakeland of Wales, the Horseshoe Guesthouse and Restaurant makes a great base from which to explore the region's magnificent mountains, valleys, woods and lakes. With original 18th-century timbers and a log fire, the lounges are furnished with deep comfortable chairs. The Horseshoe has been recently refurbished and now combines modern comforts and facilities with this lovely old building's historic character. The rooms are decorated in a traditional country style and each room has tea/coffee making facilities, modern central heating and a flat-screen TV. The fully licensed restaurant offers superb homemade food, freshly prepared using locally sourced produce. The wine list offers a selection of wines from around the world to complement your meal.
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Church Street,
Rhayader,
Powys
LD6 5AT

 

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