My fiance and I stayed at this b&b for two nights in July last year, and we can't emphasize enough how lovely it was. Pam and Glen were so nice to us. We had a huge cooked breakfast each morning which was great as we went on a 13 mile walk while we were there, through waterfall country which was stunning!!
We stayed in the largest room with the ensuite bathroom which was definitely a good choice. Both rooms were huge with an awesome shower!
We have since recommended this b&b and Waterfall Country to many of our friends and we will definitely be going back :-)
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Delightful news: awarded Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence 2013. We offer relaxed accommodation in a unique location, featuring large gardens and woods leading down winding paths to the river's edge, with plentiful riverside wildlife. A slightly bohemian atmosphere and welcoming owners who will do all they can to make your stay a real pleasure. Comfy, cosy, and a cracking breakfast, all ingredients sourced locally where possible - the jams and breads come from our own kitchen; vegan, vegetarian or other dietary requirements catered for with pleasure. Tea and coffee facilities in rooms, ironing equipment and hair dryer on request; on-site parking and free wifi too. A cot is available for small visitors.We live in a beautiful area full of interest, from gentle hill-walking and bird-watching, to fishing, climbing, horse-riding and trekking, off-road adventuring, and (who knew?) scuba-diving in any of the four flooded mine complexes in the area - I think for this latter one you'll need to be in an experienced group. We are convenient for events and attractions at Craig Y Nos Castle and Dan Yr Ogof National Showcaves (not flooded!), visiting Cardiff, Swansea, the Gower Peninsula, Brecon town and Brecon Beacons National Park, Carmarthen and other destinations in the Upper Swansea Valley and South Wales. ... more less