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    Bedrooms 2
  • From £65 per room per night

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4 Star B&B situated 4 miles east of the seaside town of Aberystwyth (Mid Wales) just off the A44.

We have panoramic views - fishing, bird watching, local walks, golf, horse riding and narrow gauge railway nearby.  Relax in beautiful surroundings.  Discount to local attractions. Good eating places nearby. 

The dining area is traditionally furnished with a Welsh oak dresser, where you can enjoy a hearty Welsh farmhouse breakfast. You can sit and relax in our spacious lounge with television and DVD player.

We have two ground floor bedrooms that are beautifully furnished and well appointed, one double en-suite room and a twin bedroom with private bathroom. Upstairs there is a twin en-suite bedroom and a double bedroom and a triple bedroom. The family bathroom has a corner bath and a shower cubicle. All bedrooms have a television, tea and coffee making facilities and free internet access. Open all year.

Ratings

  • Visit Wales B&B 4 Star
National Rating
Visit Wales
4 * rating
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    Double bedroom 

    En-suite bedroom
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    Sleeps 2

Well appointed and comfortable first floor en-suite double bedroom.

Overlooking the Vale of Rheidol with it's panoramic views of the quiet countryside.

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    Twin bedroom 

    Twin bedroom
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    Sleeps 2

Beautifully furnished and well appointed twin bedroom on the ground floor with private facilities.

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