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What stood out was the exceptional friendliness and hospitality of Sandra and Keith in this former pub. A very enjoyable evening and stay (much appreciated by both Peters!). It was all good preparation for the following day’s spectacular walk over the ridge to Hay on...More
Stayed here last week after two days on the trail. I couldn't have had a warmer welcome from Sandra and Keith, and enjoyed a pint with them later. Also the Guest House is clean and spacious and is right on the trail.
Sandra was looking out for us on the Offa's Dyke path, which is about 20 meters from the B&B. From then on our experience was excellent. We enjoyed a drink with Sandra and Keith on arrival and enjoyed a full cooked breakfast next morning. The...More
A former pub makes this B&B quirky - big enough, clean, functional twin room. Bathroom with both shower and bath.
Incredible entertaining hosts - we had a lovely eveing with a homecooked meal.
Lovely - huge - breakfast the next day.
Would definitely reccommend -...More
This is a proper B&B. An old pub that still serves residents but no one else. Rooms are basic but clean and comfortable as is the shared bathroom. It's not posh, but the owners are friendly and breakfast is good. If you're walking and want...More
We were not travelling with a dog but the two guys staying in the hotel with us were. So I think the answer is yes. But best to check. Nice place. Quite basic but clean and friendly and the pub down the road does Ok pub food.