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All I want to say is that this friendly and accommodating B+B introduces the naive to one of the most beautiful areas in the world. The people of Wales are marvelous, helpful soles. Go down an old fashioned mine, visit the Brecon Beacons and enjoy...More
Roseland is an impressive house inside and out. The garden is really beautiful and full of wonderful flowers and plants. Susy is a tireless host and could not be more welcoming and helpful. It felt like we were staying with friends. The bedroom was comfortable...More
Stayed here for a night and were made to feel very welcome. We had a really comfortable stay and sleep. There were also plenty of options available for breakfast. We opted for the cooked breakfast, which was very tasty! Would definitely recommend!
Lovely stay, host couldn't do enough. Beautiful room, nothing to fault. Breakfast to order, lots to choose from, fruit, cereals, nuts, dates, figs, full English, toast of course even Welsh cakes ! . would certainly recommend .
Just stayed at Roseland's for a few nights. Great hosts & welcome on arrival! Suzy was kind enough to collect me from the train station & drop me to the Theatre where I was working which was very kind. My en-suite room was very clean,...More
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Roseland B&B is refurbished Georgian gentleman's residence set in its own secluded grounds 5 minutes by car from the A465 heads of valley road. All rooms have their own TV and tea and coffee making facilities. The house is ideally situated for those who wish to enjoy the rich industrial heritage of the area, Big Pit Mining museum and Cae White are at Blaenafon (7 miles), Cyfartha Castle and Joseph Parry's house at Merthyr Tydfil (8 miles), there are 18th century iron works in the Clydach gorge (5 miles) We are close to good walking in the Beacons and the Black mountains and you can walk on to the hill within ten minutes from the house heading towards Trefil and the Duffryn Crawnon valley leading to LLangynidr, Taly-bont reservoir etc. The area is becoming increasingly popular for its excellent biking trails and we have lockable outhouses in which to store your bikes. Cardiff, Newport, Abergavenny, Hay-on-Wye and Brecon (renowned for its jazz fest) are all between half an hour to an hour ten minutes away.