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Tim served us a great breakfast and showed us around his workshop. Staying here is like going back in time. The setting is superb with sheep grazing outside and a river running along the grounds. Comfy room with sloping floors and noisy water heater but...More
A wonderful little place in an idyllic setting. The proprietor is a gentleman of great interest and manages to be very attentive to his guests needs without being imposing or irritating. The breakfast was freshly prepared at a time to suit us. The room was...More
This is a very old welssh longhouse circa 1650. Do not expect level floors.room a good size with large en suite, very comfortable bed with feather pillows and excellent breakfast, if the b&b is quirky so is the owner Tim a truly great fellow who...More
Comfortable, friendly and easy-going in beautiful surroundings. Would definitely stay again. Had a great stay, especially relaxing in front of the inglenook wood burner in the guest lounge after an excellent meal.
US$88 - US$90 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Official star rating provided by VisitWales, the National Tourist Board.
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