Telephone: 01686 413758
Contact: Katrina & Glyn Hewitt
The Coach and Horses B & B has been totally refurbished to a high standard providing 3 spacious en suite rooms.
The Burrows suite is on the ground floor with disabled facilities, the en suite being a wet room.
It has a double bed and single bed. There is also your own breakfast table if you can’t manage the stairs to the breakfast room
The butterfly suite is on the first floor it has a double bed and a day bed so it can be used as a double, twin or family room. The en suite has a corner bath and a separate shower. We also provide a cot and baby changing station so you can happily get up in the middle of the night to see to your little darling.
The owl suite is on the 2nd floor up a bit of a steep staircase to an elegant room with a king size slay bed and of course your en suite all under an original oak truss. Some say that the owl suite has the feel of a luxurious. Boutique guest house
If you have time on your hands or you just want to sit and relax with a good book, you are welcome to sit in the lounge and do just that.
After you’ve had cereals, toast and marmalade, fresh fruit salad, orange juice and full English, washed down with tea and coffee for breakfast you may feel like going out and about.
There is fishing in the Clywedog reservoir. For walkers there are paths in and around Llanidloes, Glyndwr’s way, the Hafren forest, and of course the Seven Way the longest riverside walk in Britain. Cycling around the lanes and villages surrounding Llanidloes has been made an attractive pursuit with the aid of a number of maps provided by Llani Ltd. An international standard Clay pigeon shooting centre is only 4-5 miles away in Trefeglyws.
Llanidloes is a town full of independent shops restaurants and pubs including the Minerva arts centre where they have regular quilt and other exhibitions. You just can’t miss our original Old market hall because it has been the centre of Llanidloes for hundreds of years indeed the only one in Wales still in its original place. Now hosting a history of timber framed buildings.
By car or by buss you can get to the sea side in about ¾ of an hour. Aberystwyth is a Victorian seaside and university town with its famous cliff railway.
If your feel in need of a good folk law tale why not go to devils bridge only 30-40 minutes away.
There is a Zoo for the kids to visit in Borth and a good beach, again about ¾ of an hour away.
Pony trekking is just up the road in Rhayader for the budding equestrian. (May to the first week in October)
Whatever you length of stay one night or a week we will try to make your stop a warm and comfortable one.
Your hosts Katrina & Glyn Hewitt.