Highland Moors Guest House

Guest House in Llandrindod Wells, Powys

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating ?

Wellington Road
Llandrindod Wells
Powys
Wales
LD1 5ND

Highland Moors Guest House, Llandrindod Wells

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Featured in Hidden Places of Wales, 2008, warm, friendly welcome, elegant spacious rooms, excellent food, king beds, luxury walk-in showers, secure parking, meeting facilities, a log fire & pool table

Highland Moors is a special and unique guest house. A private former Victorian hydro spa hotel the property is set in 6 acres in the beautiful Mid Wales countryside, close to Royal Welsh Showground, Elan Valley and the Brecon Beacons. Located on the south side of Llandrinodod Wells, Highland Moors boasts stunning views from many rooms.

There are 12 spacious rooms, including huge family rooms and elegant bay rooms with luxury walk-in shower ensuites. All rooms have TVs, hospitality trays, sofas and comfy chairs. The elegant breakfast room seats 24-30 people and guest lounge offers evening comfort with sofas, real log fire and pool table.

There is plenty of secure off-road parking space and a secure lockup for motorbikes, mountain bikes and golfing equipment. Highland Moors guesthouse is located in Llandrindod Wells, Mid Wales close to the Royal Welsh Showground, Elan Valley and Brecon Beacons. There are plenty of outdoor activities in Mid Wales within 1 hour of Highland Moors including off-roading, rally driving, motorbiking, golfing, shooting, fishing, mountain biking, walking, horse riding and bowling.

We can offer an all-inclusive adventure activity short-break for your group. Families and children needs catered for and are very welcome. We also cater for conferences and meetings for between 6-35 people, in theatre, boardroom or training style.

Wifi broadband is available in most rooms. We are sure you will enjoy your stay and offer you a very warm welcome.

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From: £105.00

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