Llanidloes - The Clochfaen

Aubrey's at The Clochfaen, Llangurig, SY18 6RP

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The Clochfaen

The Clochfaen

Telephone: 01686 440687

Contact: Kevin Hughes

Clochfaen

The Clochfaen Estate comprises within it grounds a large Arts and Crafts self catering home, two self catering holiday Cottages and Aubrey’s self contained Bed and Breakfast accommodation, all set in 20 acres of private woodland.

This historic Arts and Crafts Estate, noted for its architectural style, is located in the upper reaches of the beautiful Wye Valley, overlooking the River Wye in the heart of Mid Wales. This is an area of outstanding natural beauty, with some of the most stunning mountain views and breath taking scenery.

The Wye Valley combines a blend of Welsh and English influences. It has magnificent castles, bustling market towns, an artisan tradition, and in sunshine and showers, the Wye Valley is a captivating experience.

The Clochfaen stands on the route of the Wye Valley Walk - one of the best known walks in Wales - which goes from Chepstow in Monmouthshire to near the source of the River on Plynlimon in Powys, via Monmouth, Ross-on Wye, Hay-on-Wye, Builth Wells, and Rhayader, passing many small pretty villages along its route, some 136 miles (218 kilometres) in total.

The Clochfaen offers a warm welcome to visitors from all over the world. This little explored area has opportunities for fishing, excellent walking and cycling. The Estate itself has fishing and rough shooting which guests can enjoy by arrangement. Watch Red Kites soaring overhead above fields and forests, and discover secret places along every stream and brook. Clochfaen is within easy reach of the coast - Aberystwyth, Aberdovey and New Quay, to name but a few coastal locations.

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