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Cwmllechwedd Fawr B&B
Cwmllechwedd Fawr at Llanbister near Llandrindod Wells offers 5-star B&B accommodation in a charming country farmhouse that dates back to pre-Victorian times. With three stunning en-suite guest bedrooms, its the ideal location for exploring mid-Wales.
Set on an idyllic 650-acre farm close to Llanbister, in the rolling Radnorshire countryside, this elegant B&B offers three guest bedrooms. Two of the rooms have king-sized double beds, whilst the third has a super-king bed, and this room can be arranged as a twin room, by prior request. A pull-out bed is also available on request in the largest super-king room.
All rooms have either a sofa or comfortable armchairs to relax in and view out to the garden and surrounding countryside. Each room has a contemporary en-suite bathroom, and bathrobes, towels and toiletries are provided. The rooms have TVs and DVD players, hospitality trays, hairdryers and radio alarm clocks. WiFi is available throughout the farmhouse.
Breakfast is served around a traditional farmhouse table in the Main Hall, and guests can enjoy a full Welsh breakfast, Eggs Benedict or kippers. Lighter options include fruit and cereals. Cwmllechwedd Fawr kitchen currently holds Hygiene rating level 5. Paleo & gluten free diets catered for with a variety of home-cooked dishes. However, if you have any special dietary requirements please contact us so that we can discuss your requirements.
This part of Wales moves at a gentle pace, making it perfect for both a relaxing break or a longer holiday. For those wanting to get out and about in the great outdoors, there are plenty of walking trails close by, including the Offas Dyke Footpath, a 177-mile long trail that follows the border between Wales and England. Visitors can find out more about Offa's Dyke at the Offa's Dyke Centre, in Kington, where exhibitions explain its construction, the history surrounding King Offa and The Welsh Princes, and the wildlife and plants that can be found along the path. The centre is a great base for a leisurely walk along the footpath, and Kington itself has several options for lunch or afternoon tea.
Wildlife lovers will find plenty on offer in this part of Wales, including the Gilfach Nature Reserve at Rhayader, and Gigrin Farm, also at Rhayader, where visitors can watch dozens of red kites being fed daily. Younger members of the family will love a trip to the Rare Breeds Farm and Owl Centre, in Kington, and for a more adventurous experience, why not go riding at Underhill Riding School or Bryngwyn Riding Centre?
For guests who want to dine out in the evenings, there are more than a dozen pubs and restaurants within easy driving distance of Cwmllechwedd Fawr, including The Dolfor Inn, in Dolfor, and The Red Lion, in Llanbister. In nearby Knighton, there are several choices, including The Knighton Hotel and The Horse and Jockey Inn.
Guests are welcome to explore the gardens and much of the farm if they wish. With walking trails available close by and easy access to the regions many visitor attractions, Cwmllechwedd Fawr is ideally located for holidays in this unspoilt part of Wales. There are also four-holiday cottages available on the farm, so larger parties can be welcomed, across a range of accommodation options.