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. Decoration may be dated (‘boutique and high luxury we are not’), but the Stevenses are welcoming hosts and offer helpful information on the area. Pre-dinner drinks are served in the sitting room, which has squashy sofas, plenty of books and a log fire. Roger’s ‘ample’ three-course menus are ‘very good’ (‘he makes a mean zabaglione’); Emma’s service ‘exemplary’. The bedrooms have ‘superb mountain views’. A small patio garden has a pond, and seating for admiring ‘outstanding’ countryside panoramas.
1 Mar–19 Dec, Sun, Mon.
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 single £70–£85, double £90–£125, D,B&B £160–£180, except during Royal Welsh Show week. Set menu £36.
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