Wernhir is a 17th century working farm set amidst the stunning scenery of Mid Wales where a warm welcome awaits any visitor to this ancient part of Britain. History and dramatic scenery abound with an abundance of wildlife such as red kites, lapwings, curlews, otters and much more.
Area and Activities
Staying with us provides the visitor a perfect opportunity to see them all. The famous Wye Valley Walk, Elan Valley reservoirs and the unique Cors Y Llyn (as featured on a variety of BBC nature programmes) are all within easy reach. Permit fishing is readily available to make use of one of Europe's best fishing rivers, the Wye, which flows close to the farmhouse.
Wernhir is ideally situated for any visitor to experience some of the other attractions of central Wales: the world famous literary town of Hay-On-Wye, the spectacular Brecon Beacons National Park, The Gigrin Kite Feeding Centre and the dramatic cascades at Devil's Bridge. The oldest pub in Powys can be found only 3 miles away within the tiny hamlet of Llanafan Fawr. Three Victorian spa towns can be found within 15 miles, where the discerning tourist can find genuine Welsh textiles, traditional crafts, gifts and many other forms of locally produced goods.
The A470 which provides the main North to South route through Wales is close by enabling easy access to the rugged coastline of Mid Wales enjoyed by thousands of visitors each year to the university town of Aberystwyth and the picture postcard fishing villages of Ceredigion.
Bedrooms: Room 1 (Red Bedroom) - one double, one single with hideaway bed with en-suite facilities and stunning panoramic views; Room 2 - large double bedroom with en-suite and views of rolling hills; Room 3 - en-suite double bedroom with kningsize bed; Room 4 - twin bedroom with large en-suite with garden view.
All rooms include wifi, TV, hairdryer, and beverage making facilities. Credit and debit card payments are welcome.
Bed and Breakfast at:
Powys LD1 6HB