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- Cyclists Accepted
- Walker Friendly
- Own Parking
- Rural Location
The Clochfaen, nestling in the upper reaches of the beautiful Wye Valley, stands overlooking the river Wye in the heart of Mid Wales.
"Aubrey's at The Clochfaen" bed and breakfast is in a self contained ground floor accommodation section of the main house, comprising a sitting room, morning room, reception, four bedrooms (two twin and two double) and two bathrooms.
All rooms are tastefully decorated and have central heating, security safes and radio alarms. Colour TV and tea/coffee making facilities are available in the sitting room.
Breakfast is served in the morning room. A selection of cereals and fresh fruit drinks are available, followed by a full English or Continental Breakfast served at your table.
Whether for business or pleasure, The Clochfaen B&B Llangurig mid Wales is ideally located for attractions in Wales, with Elan Lakes to the south and Aberystwyth and the coast to the west.
The Wye Valley combines a unique blend of Welsh and English influences. It has breathtaking natural scenery. With magnificent Welsh castles, bustling market towns, an artisan tradition, and sunshine and showers, the Wye Valley is a captivating experience that is a treat at any time of year. There is also the Wye Valley Walk - one of the best known walks in Wales which goes from Chepstow in Monmouthshire to Rhayader in Powys, via Newtown, Presteigne and Builth Wells. It is 112 m (181 km) long.
The Wye Valley offers a warm welcome to visitors world wide, it is an area of outstanding Natural Beauty with some of the most breathtaking scenery in Wales. It is the Border country, fought over for centuries by the English and the Welsh and many more before them.
"The house that escaped to Powys."
(The Daily Telegraph, 20th November, 1999)
Front entrance to the new Clochfaen, 1915. The architect was the arts and crafts luminary W.A.S. Benson: A designer in the English arts and crafts idiom, William Arthur Smith Benson is best known for his lighting