ReallyCoolAccomodation is a charming bed and breakfast set in a Swiss chalet-style detached bungalow. Located in the smallest town in the UK, It has free Wi-Fi and full English breakfasts. In the morning, guests can enjoy some locally sourced produce, including eggs from hens free to roam and bacon and eggs from the local butcher. Cereals and toast are also available. Each room comes with free toiletries and a hairdryer and some have en suite bathroom facilities. Other amenities include tea/coffee making facilities and a flat-screen TV. Set in the heart of Wales, just over 10 minutes’ walk from Llanwrtyd Rail Station, ReallyCoolAccomodation has free on-site parking.
When visiting Llanwrtyd Wells, Bryncelyn Guesthouse is a great choice to consider. Free perks include full breakfast, WiFi, and self parking. Other highlights at this upscale guest house include a bar/lounge and a garden.
Located less than 5 minutes’ drive from Llanwrtyd Wells and featuring a garden and patio, Home Stay at Lledgwial is an 18th century stone barn with immediate access to the picturesque Powys countryside. Amongst popular outdoor activities of the area, guests can enjoy bird watching, stargazing, and wild swimming. Accredited 4 stars by VisitWales, Home Stay offers a ground floor room with views of the surrounding landscape. An en suite bathroom, a TV with satellite channels, and tea/coffee making facilities feature in the room. Guests can also enjoy free Wi-Fi and a large adjoining library/seating area where they can plan excursions or have a snack. Served in a spacious room with views of Cwm Lletgwial, breakfast features locally sourced ingredients. The menu includes a variety of dishes suitable for vegans, vegetarians, wheat-free food, as well as cooked options. Evening meals and packed lunches can be also arranged. Guests benefit from free parking and cycle storage and can go pony trekking, horse riding, mountain biking. A popular route, The Devil’s Staircase, can be reached in half hour drive.
Set in a 100-year-old Welsh cottage with thick stone walls, Maes y Gwaelod is 1 miles from the village of Llanwrtyd Wells and 3 miles from the train station. The cottage is nestled in 20 acres of scenic countryside and situated down a quiet country lane which leads to the forest trails of the Cambrian mountains. Free WiFi is provided in each room at Maes y Gwaelod, as well as a private bathroom, flat-screen TV and countryside views. The property is also home to dogs and horses which live in the on-site barn. Guests are also free to bring their own horses which can be accommodated. Packed lunches can be provided on request. Horse riding, cycling and hiking can be enjoyed in the local area, and staff can take you to the starting points. Mountain bikes can be stored in the barn and free on-site parking is available. The B&B is situated only 12 miles from the Royal Welsh Show ground.
Ty Carreg is situated between Llandovery and Builth Wells, a 5-minute walk from Llanwrtyd Wells town centre. This family-run bed and breakfast offers free Wi-Fi, and is nestled beside the southern edge of the Cambrian Mountains. The property is furnished with antiques, and features a bespoke church organ and Bechstein grand piano. The rooms offer a view of the countryside, a TV with DVD player, and complimentary biscuits. The private bathroom benefits from a hairdryer, bathrobe, and toiletries. In the mornings, the Ty Carreg takes pride in serving a homemade full English breakfast, made using local produce. Llanwrtyd Wells’ town centre has pubs, restaurants, and its own brewery. The surrounding area offers walking and cycling activities, with Brecon Beacons National Park just 30 miles away. Llanwrtyd Railway Station is a 12-minute walk from the Ty Carreg and the property benefits from free private parking.
Cerdyn Villa offers friendly guest accommodation on the outskirts of Llanwrtyd Wells, a gateway to the Cambrian Region and spectacular Abergwesyn Pass. Free Wi-Fi and free parking are available, and there is a garden and a lounge for guests to relax in. Each room has an en suite shower, a DVD player and a mini fridge for fresh milk. They are decorated with local artwork, and have excellent views of the Irfon Valley. Breakfast is hearty and homemade, with fresh eggs and vegetarian options. Homemade bread is available, as well as eggs from the villa's own hens.
Belle Vue Hotel is a village pub built in 1843. With charming original features, it is the oldest hotel in Llanwrtyd Wells and offers free parking and free Wi-Fi in public areas. All rooms at Belle Vue are carpeted and include a flat-screen TV and tea/coffee-making facilities. The downstairs bar area has a traditional open fire and wood-beamed ceilings. Breakfast consists of continental items and a full cooked breakfast. Breakfast is served in the restaurant, where guests can also dine on many homemade dishes prepared with local produce where possible. Vegetarians, celiacs and people with lactose intolerance can be catered for easily with advanced notification. It is north of the Brecon Beacons National Park, and surrounded by rugged and breathtaking scenery. Llanwrtyd Train Station is quite close by. The hotel is situated on the A483 Swansea to Manchester Trunk Road, midway between Llandovery and Llandrindod Wells.
Set in an Edwardian house, Lasswade Country House & Restaurant is surrounded by countryside and offers views of the picturesque Welsh landscape. Just a 2-minute walk to Llanwrtyd Wells town and railway station, the property has free WiFi and free onsite parking. All 8 rooms at Lasswade feature an en-suite bathroom with complimentary toiletries, a TV, and tea/coffee making facilities. In the morning guests can enjoy breakfast made from locally sourced ingredients. Guests can enjoy evening meals at the award winning restaurant and packed lunches are available on request. Bike hire is available at the property and the local area is popular for golfing, horse riding, cycling and walking. The Brecon Beacons can be reached within 14 miles. The nearest airport is Cardiff Airport, 70 miles from Lasswade Country House & Restaurant.
Carlton Riverside is a Restaurant-with-Rooms, and is one of the best restaurants in Britain, highly rated by all the independent Guides and most recently voted one of the Top 100 UK Restaurants by Restaurant Magazine. It occupies one of the oldest buildings in Llanwrtyd Wells, the smallest town in Britain, and sits on the south bank of the River Irfon, a lovely crystal-clear stream flowing through the middle of the town. Parking is not a problem here, as there is a free public car park just opposite the restaurant. Llanwrtyd Wells nestles at the foot of the Cambrian Mountains, a stunningly beautiful range of mountains and valleys, and one of Wales s best kept secrets. There are wonderful walks to be had without any necessity to drive you can just set off straight from the front door. Mountain biking is a growing sport and this is a very popular area to indulge in this activity, and bikes can readily be hired locally. Bird watching is also a very popular pastime and the once endangered red kite now flourishes in this area. Golf is available at the Builth Wells golf club just 15 minutes away. Horse riding can also be arranged, as this was the original home of Welsh pony trekking! Just give us a call and we will organise everything for you, whether horses, bikes or whatever.