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Listed Visit Wales status. Ref: B203947

Numerous reviews on booking.com and tripadvisor. More recent pictures and room descriptions can be viewed on booking.com. Website pictures very dated and minimal.

We can cater for single, double / twin  and group occupancy. 5 rooms, each different. 

All rooms have en-suites with excellent showers (thermostatic controls). There is a TV and coffee and tea making facilities. Hairdriers and toiletries.

There are 3 rooms on 1st floor. A Standard Double, a Double and a Twin [2 singles].

There is a ground floor bedroom (with a walk-in wet room) which meets some Disability Access requirements [pictures can be seen on b.com and questions can be asked before booking]. It also suits anyone who may have difficulty ascending stairs. It has a double bed.  

The family suite is on the second floor, up steeper stairs [not suitable for anybody with mobility or fitness issues], and consists of 2 interconnected loft rooms with one ensuite. Infants can be provided with a travel cot in this room only, but only one is available in family suite so check.

Wedding groups need to book premises as a block if they wish privacy e.g. no other guests.


WI FI: I have been assured [Dec 2023] that the change over to fibre optic and package I have can cater for a football team playing games with friends etc from all over the World. Service is provided by EE, which I now think is controlled by BT. Any connection or service issues are  out of my control, until customer services and/or engineer responds. 

The local TV mast is a secondary mast and the service provider may change frequencies / channels without warning, upsetting the tuning of TVs. TVs usually self correct, but may be a time delay, in which simple retuning or removing plug and replacing may not work. Replacing a TV is not a quick fix and is only considered after 24hrs of problem remaining. There are not as many Freeview channels as I have come across elsewhere in UK. this is the Valleys, South Wales. Adverse weather can impact on channel services too, and is not the antenna.