Peter and Anne made our walking and writing break extraordinarily productive and magical. I dare you NOT to feel content. Heaps of breakfast sourced from great farms, fields, trees, and vineyards. Hearing Peter nurturing his flock: swans, goslings, ducks, the fattest cheekiest happiest fluffiest chickens you’ve ever peered at, and his extraordinary, wise young wife. Eavesdrop and try to keep your grip on morose or frantic. Whatever you’re worried about will crumble in the wake of this deeply kind, generous place. Stress isn’t the stressy bits, that’s life: it is not being able to deeply relax, reset to zero. The Old Storehouse is reset to zero. Magic. Secret maps, swaggering youthful braggadocio, and cheeky gossip.
Had a gorgeous and entertaining stay at The Old Storehouse. The host was charming and helpful, the bed comfy and the views stunning. The room was huge and comfortable with endless objects and books to interest and entertain. Breakfast served with fun and humour and the host was flexible about timings. Would thoroughly recommend.
A super place where you get a splendid welcome and a great breakfast. Not to be missed. A superb breakfast with all the trimmings The accommodated on was really special. Lots of lovely reading material and ou dog was made very welcome.
I had a wonderful night at this cosy and extremely welcoming guesthouse located in the beautiful landscape of the Brecon Beacons. Peter was very friendly and I especially enjoyed our early morning conversation whilst stocking up on porridge for the trail marathon. The rooms are delightful and the facilities are excellent. Spending a cold winter evening by the side of a roaring log fire is quite a rare treat.
Our party of 5 walkers had a delightful weekend at this characterful B&B. It's got bags of personality and charm and we had a very warm welcome. The host Peter made us feel extremely welcome and looked after, with tea and cake waiting for us when we got in from cold November walking. The location means you can do walks right from the doorstep, and the parking is easy. Minor disadvantage is there's not really a pub within easy walking distance after dark. This place isn't for everyone - it's cluttered and eccentric in decor, but we adored it and would be keen to go back. We particularly loved evenings in front of the log fire in the cosy living room. It's also delightful to have plenty of books around the place to discover at your leisure, deep baths, real milk in your room rather than pots, home laid eggs, and a sofa in your bedroom. A real find.…