The16th century farmhouse B&B, has been sensitively restored to retain its original charm and character with exposed beams, polished oak floorboards and log fires. Very comfortable beds, wool throws, soft colours and views into the garden overflowing with plants and wildlife. That, along with the homemade cakes for afternoon tea, is what visitors find enchanting.
The holiday accommodation at Beili Neuadd comprises a self-catering Bunkhouse which is an imaginative conversion of an 18th Century stone barn adjacent to the Farmhouse which can accommodate up to 16 people. Original beams and arrow slit windows have been beautifully incorporated into the simple but beautiful conversion. Beili Neuadd Bunkbarn is the ideal base for outdoor enthusiasts from ramblers, cyclists, canoeists to young adventurers doing Duke of Edinburgh awards.
It is a superb venue for parties and celebrations with the cosiness and comfort required to help foster the bonhomie of a group; and is a perfect situation with lots of things to see and do in the surrounding area. The centrally heated self catering barn sleeps 16 in 3 en-suite rooms.
A Chalet, self catering with a double and two single bedrooms, fully equipped kitchen and sitting/dining room.
Beili Neuadd, (pronounced "bailey niath") means Enclosure Hall in Welsh. The stone and slate farmhouse dates back to the 16th century and is reputed to stand on the historical boundary of the Cistercian Abbey of Cwmhir, the burial place of the last Welsh born Prince of Wales.
Beautifully situated in rolling sheep pasture in the upper River Wye catchment, Beili Neuadd has delightful views and stands in 6 acres of gardens and paddocks with a stream, ponds and woodland. It is two miles from the small market town of Rhayader and 6 miles from the Elan Valley Reservoirs ('The Lakeland of Wales') in the Cambrian Mountains.
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