Plasnewydd Bed and Breakfast

A Bed and Breakfast in Llanwrtyd Wells, Powys

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Irfon Terrace
Llanwrtyd Wells
Powys
Wales
LD5 4RH

Plasnewydd Bed and Breakfast, Llanwrtyd Wells

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Croeso (Welcome) to Plasnewydd Bed and Breakfast, Llanwrtyd Wells, Powys, Mid Wales, a recently refurbished, highly rated BandB where you can be assured of a warm welcome. Our Visit Wales and Visit Britain 4 Star accredited BandB, is quietly located, conveniently close (250yards) to all amenities and the Heart of Wales Railway Line. Plasnewydd guest accommodation, which is your home while you are here, exceeds expectations within a realistic budget.

Idyllic country scenery surrounds this charming welsh family accommodation which has been awarded Welcome Host Gold Award by the Wales Tourist Board and also The Llanwrtyd Wells (The Smallest Town in Britain) in Bloom 1st Prize for Frontal Floral Display on three occassions.Plasnewydd Bed and Breakfast has on our recent grading assessment been given special mention for our high level of hospitality and cleanliness. This gem of a BandB accommodation comprises of en-suite and private double and single rooms which are unique and extremely comfortable. Enjoy a taste of Wales with our freshly baked welsh cakes and bara brith provided daily with your complimentary beverage tray displayed together with an example of our welsh hearty breakfast on our photo gallery.

We are the only present welsh family BandB accommodation providers who have always resided in their bed and breakfast accommodation here in Llanwrtyd Wells. Our home was established as a guest house for our family in 1911. Proud of our welsh heritage we can guarantee our BandB is spotlessly clean with high levels of comfort, stunning views, peace and quiet, home from home hospitality second to none, exceptional food ( we are delighted to offer vegetarian and special diet options), plus many little things that often get forgotten.

Our award winning, spacious, secluded garden is a mass of colour when the blossom and flowers are in season (help with the weeding if you like, just bring along a trowel - at no extra charge!). Feel free to enjoy our garden and listen to the variety of bird song which completes the relaxation process.We provide free, private off road car parking for our guests.For a leisurely break or a comfortable business visit to Llanwrtyd Wells (we are also located near to Builth Wells and Llandovery), you can do no better than Plasnewydd BandB. We look forward to meeting you.

YOULL LOVE IT HERE!Examples of our wonderful Guest Reviews. GDGLeicestershire Dec 8, 2008 What a great weekend at the Plasnewydd BandB. We were here for the Real Ale Wobble in November.

We have been coming for the last 7 years to the Plasnewydd so its long due to compliment Shirley on her great hospitality.From arrival, we get shown to our rooms, we leave our orders for breakfast - always a good full English with juice and toast etc ready to tackle the days biking.We arrive back and put the bikes away, a hot shower or bath, then relax in the lounge with a cup of tea and biscuits.The Plasnewydd is only a minute walk from the town, so we go in for food and beers.Shirley goes out of her way to make sure we have the perfect weekend in Plasnewydd and we always do. matthewdare, oswestry Dec 5, 2008 I and several friends have stayed at Plasnewydd on numerous occasions whilst indulging in sports and cultural weekends in Llanwrtyd. The accommodation is very comfortable, good value, the location is spot on and Mrs Allen is very friendly and helpful and certainly makes us feel extremely welcome.

The breakfasts are great. Overall excellent rating from all of us hence our repeat business extending back some 10 years.Loved the friendlyness and warmthPlasnewydd Bed and Breakfast kneen0 Isle of man 26 Sep 2008Loved the friendlyness and warmth of the BandB, the room was excellent and beautifully decorated, bathroom facilities with shower was excellent, plenty hot water. Breakfast was first class, choices was numerous and freshly cooked.

Loved our chatty host, Shirley was very welcoming. As I am a keen gardener myself her garden was beautiful, gave me some tips for mine, pity I did not see it when in full bloom. The village itself was very friendly and met some of the locals.

Liked Comfort and cleanliness Disliked NA 1010 for PlasnewyddPlasnewydd Bed and Breakfast review posted on Tripadvisor JBrown101 KentJul 27, 2008 My husband first stayed at Plasnewydd Bed and Breakfast in March whilst on a cycling weekend with his friends. All five of them had a wonderful time and came back raving about the cycling, the scenary and Shirleys BandB. On this basis we returned in July to be very warmly welcomed by Shirley and Norman, which was wonderful as we d had a long drive and arrived quite late in the evening.

Our room was extremley comfortable and clean and the breakfast laid on by Shirley was fantastic. Shirley has managed the near impossible for a BandB, which is that you really do feel at home - especially when enjoying the cosy guest lounge while watching a film from their DVD library. Nothing is too much trouble.

Shirley has lots of useful tips and pointers about where to go and what to see locally, which is lovely and adds that extra personal touch to your stay, This really is a beautiful part of the country and one that all should experience. Get your hiking boots, bikes, bog snorkel and pony ride bookings sorted and go and experience the great outdoors! Stuart and Julia, Kent.Review on Guests Registration Form written by Anne Hallett (author of Almshouses and Market Places of Britain - Out of the many places Ive stayed in over the years Plas Newydd in Llanwrtyd is one of the very best. Shirley really takes care of her guests.

The rooms are comfortable and the food excellent. Everywhere are thoughtful little touches which make staying here such a pleasure. Shirley really does provide a welcome on the hillside!

4 star rating

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Facilities

  • Hotel Non-Smoking Throughout
  • Disabled Facilities
  • Car parking available onsite
  • Golf 18 Hole
  • Beauty Salon/Manicure
  • Video/DVD Player
  • TV
  • Tea/Coffee making facilities in each room
  • Hairdryer in each room
  • 24 Hour Room Service
  • Laundry/Valet Service
  • Wake Up Call Available
  • Doctor on call
  • Porter
  • Private dining services
  • Mountain Bike Hire
  • Bowls
  • Snooker/Billiards
  • Fishing
  • Quad Biking
  • Horse Riding
  • Video/DVD Library
  • CD Player
  • [Channels] News
  • [Channels] Movies (Free)
  • Radio

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Caerau Roman Fort - 3.4 miles (Roman Site) Heritage Rating

Llandovery Roman Fort (Alabum) - 9.7 miles (Roman Site) Heritage Rating

Trecastle Mountain (Y Pigwyn) Stone Circles - 10.1 miles (Prehistoric Site) Heritage Rating

Pigwn Roman Marching Camps - 10.1 miles (Roman Site) Heritage Rating

Builth Wells, St Mary's Church - 10.2 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Llywel, St David's Church - 10.3 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Llandovery Castle - 10.4 miles (Castle) Heritage Rating

Builth Castle - 10.5 miles (Castle) Heritage Rating

Llanelwedd, St Matthew's Church - 10.7 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Castell Du (Sennybridge Castle) - 11.6 miles (Castle) Heritage Rating

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