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.
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