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Yr Hen Felin Bed and Breakfast

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Reviewed 1 November 2016

The setting is idyllic, the gardens are a delight. The rooms are clean and comfortable. The breakfast is tasty and plentiful with home-grown produce. And the hosts Paul and Paddy are most welcoming and helpful.

Thank PurpleAnge23
Stafford, United Kingdom
Reviewed 8 July 2016

Three nights bed and breakfast. Good breakfast. Lovely people. Everything you could possibly need, or you only have to ask. Idyllic surroundings and garden. The stream was lovely too. Only four rooms so you would need to book early.

1Thank normaprobert21
Norwich, United Kingdom
Reviewed 17 June 2016

The loveliest of hosts, who welcomed us with tea and cake, and the most beautiful of settings. A public footpath runs through the garden of the mill and along the stream - perfect for an evening and morning stroll. Breakfast was delicious and some of the ingredients had come straight from the garden, which made it extra special. Room was...

1Thank Loueez42
Staffordshire, United Kingdom
Reviewed 1 September 2015

Fruit cake and pot of tea as soon as we arrived, rooms were 5star breakfast was excellent home made Honey and jam and great Fry up. Each time we returned yet another pot of tea.The Garden was huge with seats all around by a stream perfect and very quiet this was simply the best bed and breakfast I have been...

Thank Peter D
Reviewed 14 August 2015

Had a long weekend at this B&B, our friends were nearby in a self-catering cottage. Shame the village has no pub or shops, but it was quiet, friendly and a nice stroll. In my view the B&B has a great spot, just over the stream (the B&B seems to have their own bridge!) with a lovely garden which rambles up...

1Thank evadycart
Reviewed 26 May 2015 via mobile

We telephoned at very short notice for a room for the night. On arrival we were greeted by Paul and were immediately made to feel welcome by him and Paddy. The B&B its self is in a beautiful location and is of the highest standard inside and out - the attention to detail is second to none and no matter...

2Thank Ady B
Stoke on Trent
Reviewed 28 April 2015

We Stayed mid april and were warmly welcomed with tea and cake after our journey, Paddy(Patricia) and Paul were fabulous hosts nothing to much trouble. The room were bright and well presented with great views all around.Locally four miles from Machynlleth, a great little town for lunch or Dinner although if you prior arrangeyou could have dinner at the B...

Thank jlo58
Reviewed 25 November 2014

This B&B started life as a woollen mill, the stream runs behind the property which is sited on the edge of Abercegir on the boarder of Snowdonia national park. The mill is built in welsh stone with a slate roof and is two stories high at the front and three stories at the rear. The inside has been tastefully decorated...

Thank FrancisSwindon
Reviewed 13 August 2014

Comfortable b&b in picturesque surroundings, service generally satisfactory save for a few oddities (such as being ushered out of my room and the b&b 30 mins before the check-out time and told I could 'wait outside' for my lift), however my stay was spoilt by there being a golliwog doll in a public area (outside my door). After my stay...

4Thank 788Traveller
Reviewed 22 July 2014

Well away from ever concern is this little forsaken village. The b&b is an old water powered wool mill which sadly wove its last yard of Welsh cloth long ago. Paul and Paddy have struggled and slaved to make this rural building into a meeting place for people to stay in comfort and friendship. Others have said it all about...

Thank Worriedteenager

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Official Description (provided by the hotel)
Located in the Preservation Village of Abercegir situated on the Glyndwrs Way on the edge of Snowdonia National Park, Yr Hen Felin is an ideal base from which to explore the mid and north Wales coastline and countryside. This restored former water mill, which offers two double rooms and one twin room, is on the banks of the River Gwydol and features exposed beams and superb polished timber floors. Two bedrooms overlook the river where trout and herons can often be seen. There is a very comfortable lounge with inglenook fireplace where dinner is served by candlelight excellent home-cooked food,choice of menu with full restaurant license. ... more   less 

Additional Information about Yr Hen Felin Bed and Breakfast

Address: Abercegir SY20 8NR, Wales
Region: United Kingdom > Wales > Powys > Abercegir
Price Range: RM334 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:4 star — Yr Hen Felin Bed and Breakfast 4*
Number of rooms: 3
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“Honey Bees on site Home Made”
peterdN5438EM, 1 Sep 2015 | Read review
“The two rooms at the front of the house have the best views”
jlo58, 28 Apr 2015 | Read review
“Being on the edge of the village all rooms are Quite, the rooms above the dining room look out onto the garden where birds feed, we saw a green woodpecker at the feeding station. Look out for the Otter!”
FrancisSwindon, 25 Nov 2014 | Read review
“There are 4 rooms. Any of them will please you.”
Worriedteenager, 21 Jul 2014 | Read review
“We stayed in a room above the river, but I would think every room would be fantastic.”
794leannen, 27 May 2014 | Read review
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