A nice, quiet, clean, cozy place. That's all you really need to know.
Now for the complete review.
We arrived late on the thursday night, because we went the wrong way, on purpose, we took the scenic route. I blame Wales for our lateness. This didn't really seem to be a problem. We were welcomed in, shoes off at the door (the place really is clean) and breakfast arrangements made. Think most options were available. We weren't found wanting anything more and can't think of anything that was missing. There was some fruit, cereals, local yogurts, then a full cooked breakfast. Eggs were apparently fresh from their own chickens. The breakfast was lovely.
We stayed in the room from the photos here, with the 2 chairs, and it looked that perfect every night when we came back. The cleaning is immaculate. The room had everything we needed and more, from Shampoos, multiple towels (replaced daily), iron and ironing board, coffees and teas. Didn't try the tv, but it was there.
The town is small and quiet. While we were there, there was roadworks, so there was a traffic jam of about 5 cars, that lasted for about a minute. (not really an issue, just thought it was funny that, that was the biggest issue for the town) Probably when you go there this would've been cleared up. There are 4 roads out of town and each leads somewhere beautiful. You are so very close to Brecon and the Brecon Beacons National Park. Why not put on your hiking boots and go for wonder.
One thing I will say is that the lady that runs the B&B went above and beyond, and did something she really didn't need to for me, that really did help me out a lot. I won't go into what it was, just so others won't expect the same service, but it was very much appreciated.
All in all, it was a great stay and I don't see the point of looking anywhere else, if you are wanting to stay in the area.
- Also Known As:
- Erris Villa Builth Wells, Wales