2 Mar–19 Dec.
drawing room, restaurant, conservatory, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), function room, patio, small garden, parking.
pianola in restaurant.
all ages welcomed, over-8s allowed in restaurant.
allowed by arrangement (not in bedrooms, restaurant).
per room B&B £90–£135, D,B&B £160–£230, except during Royal Welsh Show week. Set menu £34.
Good Hotel Guide Review
A gateway to the Cambrian mountains, this semi-rural Edwardian restaurant-with-rooms is a home-from-home with high green credentials. An electric vehicle charging point is available; incentives encourage visitors to arrive by public transport. ‘Chatty’ Roger and Emma Stevens are the hosts. Guide readers who visited in 2018 agreed with the Stevens’s self-assessment (‘boutique and high luxury we are not’), and reported that the overall decor – and their bathroom’s shower – needed updating. The sitting room has squashy sofas, plenty of books and a log fire. The bedrooms have ‘superb mountain views’. The host’s breakfasts and daily-changing dinner menus are ‘ample and very good’. ‘He makes a mean zabaglione.’ The Stevenses will help with day plans, if asked.
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