Cerdyn Villa Bed & Breakfast
Cerdyn Villa is a WTB 3 star turn of the century country villa B&B and family home with 2 double en-suite guest rooms and a separate annex sleeping 3 in a double and single. The annex is completely self-contained and can be let on a bed and breakfast or self catering basis. Our home is set in a semi rural location, just outside of the town square (about 10 minutes walk) and is surrounded by fields and mountains. The Heart of Wales line station is 2 minutes away.
The guest rooms overlook fields and mountains. You will often see the local farmer working his sheep dogs and rounding sheep in the field behind the house.
All our guest rooms are beautifully renovated and decorated with TV/DVD payers and tea/coffee making facilities. A local artist exhibits throughout the house and self-catering annex; you are welcome to enjoy or buy the pictures to take home with you. Both B&B rooms have en-suites with showers. In the rooms you will find lots of useful local information, but the Tourist Information Centre is just in town and we are also happy to suggest and advise on outings and local events.
Our breakfasts use eggs from our own free range hens, vegetarian sausages are home made and our bacon and sausages are sourced locally. You can treat yourself to an ample 'Full Welsh' or mix and match any combination you choose. In addition we provide teas and herbal teas, cafeteria coffee (including decaf), fresh fruits, yoghurts and cereal.
Rates for bed & breakfast are £25pppn (£50 for Royal Welsh Show) with a single supplement of £10. Under 10's are half price - under 3's free. We can provide cots, potty and high chair for our very young guests.
Cyclists can take advantage of a secure lock up and bike washing facilities behind the house.
Additionally, we are happy to provide packed lunches and flasks for your days out at very reasonable rates.
The River Irfon runs through the town and affords a wonderful opportunity for local walking and bird-watching. The area is also well known for offering the best roads particularly the Abergwesyn Valley and the Devils Staircase to Lyn Brianne and Tregaron. We attract many 4x4 drivers, off-roading groups, mountain cyclists and fell runners. There are excellent golf courses in Llandrindod and Builth Wells. The area also prides itself on its abundance of Red Kite and wonderful array of wild birds. We are delighted that Red Squirrels have been seen around Abergwesyn and in Crychan Forest.
Llanwrtyd is a great base for exploring the whole of Mid Wales. The North is often referred to as the last great wilderness of the UK. The home of the magnificent Cambrian Mountains and the spectacular Elan Valley where you can walk and wonder at the engineering of the Dams and Lakes and enjoy walks along the Elan Trail. Not to far to the East lies Hay-on-Way full of antique and book shops. The Epynt Range and Brecon Beacons lie to the south and offer panoramic sites and incredible walking, including the new trails called the Epynt Way. Builth Wells is a short hop and a there is generally something on at the Royal Welsh Showground, but with the River Wye at its heart there is plenty of opportunity for fishing.
Finally to the west you can access the coast, taking the mountain routes via Devils Bridge to Aberystwyth.
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This page was last updated: 31 May 2010