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B and Bs in Llandrindod Wells

Guidfa House
Crossgates
Llandrindod Wells
Mid Wales

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It's not difficult to see why Guidfa House is so popular. Located in the green heart of Wales, it's a convenient base for touring much of the country. Then there's the superior accommodation that this stylish Georgian guest house offers, something that is apparent as soon as you cast your eyes over the spacious, well-appointed lounge with it's beautiful original chandelier and open log fireplace.

Hosts Tony and Anne Millan set out to offer a haven of comfort and relaxation. Delicious breakfasts are made from the very best local produce complimented by homemade jams and marmalade. In the evenings, if you don't want to venture out there are light snacks available along with wine and drinks from the bar.

Guidfa House is well located for the Victorian resort of Llandrindod Wells, the unspoilt borderlands and the Elan Valley lakeland whilst Aberystwyth on the west coast is little more than an hour's drive away.

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Ratings/Awards: AA 5 Star Guest Accommodation
WTB 5 Star Guest Accommodation
Number of Rooms: 6
Number Ensuite: 6

Price per Room:

Double: From 87.50
Twin: From 98
Single: 67.50
Short breaks & weekly rates available
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No Smoking Rooms - Throughout house
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