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Rhedyn Guesthouse is by the wild Cambrian Mountains: good for walking, biking and hacking, and minutes away from Builth Wells Showground. Rhedyn B&B is also good for its home produce, delicious dining and comfortable luxurious rooms.

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Rooms: 3 doubles

from £95 B&B

Meals: Dinner 3 courses £35
Open: Year Round
Address: Rhedyn , Cilmery, Builth Wells, Powys, LD2 3LH
Tel: +44(0)1982 551944
reviewed by greentraveller

Why we've chosen Rhedyn Guesthouse, Powys, Mid Wales

Set in a tranquil location in Mid Wales, Rhedyn Guest House has a BiB award from the 2014 Michelin Guide and a 'Dining' Award from the AA and offers modern, luxurious accommodation. All rooms are en-suite with flat screen TVs and DVD players, Wifi internet connection, tea/ coffee-making facilities, complimentary carafes of sherry, and other little extras to make your stay more comfortable.

Rhedyn B&B lies at the centre of one of the last remaining wild areas in Britain, in the Irfon Valley, near Builth Wells on the edge of the Cambrian Mountains in Mid Wales, a fantastic location. Here at Rhedyn B&B we love to cook and grow excellent food either for our extensive breakfasts or an intimate and delicious evening meal. Wherever possible we use local seasonal foods that are at their best. We are delighted to amend and cook dishes to comply with special dietary needs. Please advise us of any allergies you may have.

At breakfast enjoy Fruit Juices, Cereals, Yoghurt, Fresh Fruit or a Compote of Seasonal Fruit. Porridge is available on request. After a Welsh Cooked Breakfast with tea or coffee there is a selection of Rhedyn's own Home Made Preserves. Dinner is a three course meal for £27.50 per head. We do not have a license to sell alcohol but we are happy for you to Bring Your Own.

We have three double rooms; two of which have double aspect and all have good views and access to the garden - which is constantly under construction. There is a hair dryer in each room and an ironing board is available on request. There is ample parking on the driveway for five cars.

The Upper Irfon which is a tributary of the river Wye flows through a beautiful valley now designated as a 'Site of Special Scientific Interest'. There are many nature conservation sites in our area which are all accessible. Yet Rhedyn is just ten minutes from the Royal Welsh Showground. Nearby LLanwtryd Wells is a mecca for cyclists looking for road and off-road traffic free cycling.  We offer bike hire for £15 per day including recommended route maps, in conjunction with John Lloyd Bikes in Builth Wells who will deliver your bikes to Rhedyn, ready for your adventure. Go as little or as far as you like. And we'll do you a packed lunch if you want one.  Go pony trekking in the Black Mountains, walking in the Brecon Beacons or the Elan Valley, canoe down the River Wye or visit Hay on Wye the Town of Books it’s all here waiting for you.

Reviewed by Rhiannon Batten:

"There’s much more to this bucolic corner of Wales than first meets the eye. Stay here and you’ll benefit from Muiread and Ciaran’s evangelical passion for – and knowledge about – the local area as well as some very comfortable hospitality."

Read Rhiannon's full review of Rhedyn Guesthouse

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Top Eco Features at Rhedyn Guesthouse:

  • Breakfast is made using local produce and our own home-made jams

  • Bicycle hire available



Rhedyn Guesthouse, Powys, Mid Wales
Nearest train station: Cilmery

Directions from station:
Nearest station is Cilmery which is on the Arriva 'Heart of Wales' Line, one mile from Rhedyn. It is not advisable to walk on main road therefore we will pick up guests upon request.

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