Cerdyn Villa B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
TravelPod Member ReviewsCerdyn Villa B&B Llanwrtyd Wells
We are staying at this quaint little B and B. the ratings were 9.2 on Trip Advisor so our expectations were quite high.
Unfortunately on arrival the central heating had broken down and the guest lounge was out of commission. We were given a heater that took ages to warm our extremely tiny room. It was 9 degrees outside so pretty cool.
The room is so small there is nowhere to put 2 cabin size bags so we have to slide them under the bed.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews Cerdyn Villa B&B Llanwrtyd Wells
Travel Blogs from Llanwrtyd Wells
... Bs destroyed or damaged during last January's tremendous storms (that can be viewed on YouTube.)
Today we are back at the National Archives. Apparently a 15 minute walk up the hill will provide more views of the town and some much needed exercise. WE have to stop eating those chips that are everywhere! (Well, Rhe might give in and indulge in some more.)
The weather is holding out so far and we'll make the most of it in the evening.
... got sunshine during the day, it stayed reasonably dry. Sadly visibility wasn't great which was a shame as for most of the day we were walking along a narrow ridge or spine at over 600m high, from Hay Bluff to Hatterall Hill. As we progressed, we had Wales and the wilderness of the Black Mountains on our right and on our left the rolling, cultivated hills of Shropshire. I am afraid the photos probably don't do this justice. Once we were up top, we settled into a ...
... not seen a soul from when we start at 8am to our finish in the evening. Something as simple as stopping for coffee becomes a real pleasure! And yes we are caffeine addicted! The going on this part of the Way is good and so we made good time to Kington. A word on these "border" towns....Knighton, Kington, Much Wenlock etc. They are like stepping back in time. There are few if any high street brands. Most shops are small, independent businesses. There ...
... after Cadbury. Rob and I carried on, now on Offa's Dyke Way. This was to prove a real pleasure. Regular readers of this blog will know how frustrated we have been on some trails where signs/directions just disappear. The Offa's Dyke Way is very well signed and a pleasure to walk. This stretch and tomorrow follows what remains of the dyke. Apparently it used to be up to 8m high. Even today, in places it is 3-4m ...
... from the site which were serviced with a fleet of double decker buses with free rides to the show. Obviously costs covered by the entry fee of £25 each. This show is the largest in the UK and attracts over 270,000 visitors over the three days. The show is very similar to our A&P show with machinery, livestock, horses, farm animals, food and rides for the kids. It was HUGE. And the weather was just like our typical show days with sizzling temperatures ...