Bed & Breakfast
A warm welcome awaits you in these establishments:
A warm welcome, truly tasty food, local ales, fine wines and comfortable surroundings await you at The Checkers in Montgomery. The former coaching inn is enjoying a new lease of life following its renovation in 2010. Today it’s a harmonious combination of old and new, with a relaxing bar and lounge area, beautiful dining room and five bedrooms. Further information
Little Pentre offers a choice of beautiful B&B rooms in our old farm cottage, nestled in its own grounds on a hillside near Montgomery, with expansive country views. We also offer an alternative B&B experience for the adventurous – Gypsy caravan glamping, with campfire, indoor bathroom, toilet, and indoor living room for extra space. We have two large shared gardens with plenty of space to relax and enjoy the peaceful environment. A camping spot is also available for tents.
Organic breakfasts, lunches & evening meals are available to book (vegetarian, vegan, raw food, wheat & sugar free and healthy meals catered for). We also offer workshops (for locals and visitors), retreats, personal groups and private tuition. Further information
Tel: 01686 669893 / Mob: 07581 221639
Brynwylfa is a Georgian town house built in the mid 1700s. In its past it has been a girls school, veterinary practice and a local Vicar retired here (Sometimes holding ceremonies in the large upstairs lounge). The bed & breakfast accommodation comprises one twin bedded room with en suite shower and toilet and one double bedded room with large cast iron claw foot bath and en suite toilet. Each room is large enough for an extra bed and have televisions, tea/coffee making facilities.
Clothes drying, early starts and packed lunches available. Further information
The Nags Head Inn is steeped in all the history you might expect of a rural treasure. Originally known as The Nags Head Hotel, it was formerly a coaching inn for passing trade along the main trunk road from north to south Wales and has always been a destination on the Montgomery Canal.
This pet-friendly inn has five stunning en-suite bedrooms, designed by international fashion and home furnishings business Laura Ashley, helping maintain its Visit Wales rating and making it a relaxing place to stay, whether on business, exploring nearby historic sites or the unspoilt countryside. Further information
The Gables is a newly built spacious house tastefully decorated for your stay. En-suite rooms offer a comfortable nights rest and additional beds are available in rooms if necessary. The Gables is an ideal base for exploring Mid Wales and Shropshire and the Coast is just 1 hour away.We can help to plan your itinerary to ensure a relaxed and stress free break in this beautiful area of Wales. Further information
The Railway Inn is a privately owned country pub, offering en-suite B&B accommodation. It has 5 guest rooms furnished and decorated with neutral colours. All room have en-suite shower rooms, TV, tea and coffee making facilities. It features a beer garden you can sit back and relax in the summer months, and a private car park. The Railway Inn’s head chef serves home cooked food, with regular updated specials. Families and walkers always welcome.
Fronfraith Hall is a beautiful period Victorian country manor house & gardens (family home of Canadian novelist & playwright Robertson Davies), occupying a very quiet location near Montgomery. Families are most welcome.
You are guaranteed a warm welcome at this Country House Bed & Breakfast. Beneath Dolforwyn Castle, Dolforwyn Hall is situated just off the A483 between Newtown and Welshpool. It offers 8 comfortable en-suite rooms, delicious home-cooked food, hearty breakfasts, and winter log fires. The hall is a Grade II listed building, listed as an exceptionally good example of a picturesque Gothic Villa. The earliest structure on the site was a timber formed house dated 1595. It stands in 4 acres of wooded grounds overlooking the scenic Severn Valley. The hall’s charm and character have been preserved, providing a warm and welcoming atmosphere for guests. Further information
Maryline and Peter value low-impact living and its many benefits on health, people, communities and Earth resources. They think of their smallholding as the perfect place to live well, consume and waste less, grow their own food, produce (some of) their own energy, support small, local businesses, learn and practice new skills, and live close to nature.
Their guest bedroom is a charming, cosy double room on the first floor. Breakfast is included, usually with ingredients that are either homemade and/or locally sourced or produced. Packed lunches can be arranged and are charged separately. Guests have particularly enjoyed the quiet location with wonderful views across the rolling hills of Mid-Wales and abundant wildlife. Maryline and Peter have enjoyed meeting each of their guests and look forward to welcoming many more. See their blog, or contact Maryline and Peter: 01686 630197 firstname.lastname@example.org
Drewin Farm overlooks a beautiful panorama of Welsh borderlands. The 17th century farmhouse lies in an area of quiet lanes and small market towns. It is a mixed working farm of sheep, beef cattle and crops. The ensuite bedrooms have magnificent views, colour televisions and drinks facilities. Traditional home cooking is served in the dining room and a separate lounge is available. Ideal for those walking Offa’s Dyke. Further information
This early 19th Century farmhouse is large, with full central heating. The first-floor en-suite bedrooms (superking/twin) are spacious, south-facing and overlook the well established garden with views to the surrounding countryside. There is also a ground-floor en-suite double bedroom. All bedrooms have television, digital radio, tea and coffee making facilities and hair-drier. Wi-fi internet access is available in all rooms. Further information