This is a quaint and rather endearing, friendly , family run small hotel in Mid-Wales. Quirkily old-fashioned but this rather cheers me up versus modern hotels. Room 4 was compact, but cosy, and was gloriously south-facing with a magnificent view. Breakfast was OK, and evening meals were substantial, well coooked and good value. Lovely sun-trap beer garden. One or two... More
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The George Borrow is a 17th Century coaching inn and is named after the famous writer who stayed here in 1852. The Red Kite can be seen in its natural habitat from our rooms. The ideal place to relax, unwind, soak in the ambiance and atmosphere and enjoy excellent food and drink.Situated just one mile from the new international mountain bike circuits at Nant-y-Arian we have lock-up facilities for bicycles in our many outbuildings. ... more less
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