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Trecoed Farm


Bed and Breakfast, Builth Wells

£65 per night
  • Woodburner
  • Wifi
  • No smoking

In the tranquil countryside of Mid Wales, close to the town of Builth Wells, Trecoed is a working farm. The charming farmhouse retains many original features, and on cooler evenings we always have an cosy log burner in the lounge.

Prices range from £37 per night for our single room to £65 per night for our double or twin room.

You'll be welcomed with a hot drink and a selection of home made cakes.

The accommodation

We offer bed and breakfast accommodation in a choice of three rooms, all of which are furnished to a high standard. There's an en-suite double, an en-suite twin and a single room with wash basin and private bathroom. All rooms all have a television, drinks tray, bottled water, biscuits, alarm clock, hair dryer, sewing kit and writing desk.

Guests love our excellent cooked breakfasts. Served until 9am, there's a varied menu using local produce and our own free range eggs. We're always happy to cater for special dietary requirements, and can also provide a vegetarian breakfast - just ask in advance. Packed lunches are available on request.

There is plenty of off-road parking space, and we also have lock-up facilities for bikes, motorbikes, golf equipment and other outdoor kit.

Trecoed is an ideal base for a break in Mid Wales. Enjoy walking or mountain biking in this peaceful, unspoilt area, or just relax.

Our area

The market town of Builth Wells is a small town with an eclectic mix of shops, pubs, restaurants and places of interest located in the Heart of Powys, Mid-Wales. Few landscapes are as impressive, varied and beautiful as those of Powys. The county features diverse and distinctive landscapes that support a great range of species and habitats, as well as being home to many sites of archaeological and scientific importance. Powys covers a quarter of the landmass of Wales and two of Britain's most famous rivers, the Wye and the Severn, have their sources within the county. The south of the county lies within the Brecon Beacons National Park, whilst the north-western border abuts the Snowdonia National Park. The majority of the Powys population is made up of villages and small towns. Local areas of interest include the Brecon Beacons and the Elan Valley.

Most of the Brecon Beacons National Park is bare, grassy moorland grazed by Welsh mountain ponies and Welsh mountain sheep, with scattered forestry plantations, and pasture in the valleys. It is known for its remote reservoirs, waterfalls including the 90 foot (or 27 metre) Henrhyd Waterfall and the falls at Ystradfellte, and its caves, such as Ogof Ffynnon Ddu. Activities in the Park include walking, cycling, mountain biking, horse riding, as well as sailing, windsurfing, canoeing and fishing, rock climbing, hang-gliding, caravanning, camping and caving. A long-distance cycling route, the Taff Trail, passes over the Beacons on its way from Brecon to Cardiff, and in 2005 the first walk to span the entire length of the Brecon Beacons National Park was opened. The 100-mile (160 km) route, called the Beacons Way, runs from the foot of Ysgyryd Fawreast of Abergavenny and ends in the village of Bethlehem in Carmarthenshire.

The Elan Valley is a river valley situated to the west of Rhayader, in Powys, Wales, sometimes known as the "Welsh Lake District". It covers 70 square miles (180 km2) of lake and countryside. The valley contains the Elan Valley Reservoirs and Elan Village, designed by architect Herbert Tudor Buckland as part of the same scheme. Elan Village is the only purpose-built Arts and Crafts "Model Village" in Wales. It is also famous for its picturesque scenery. Over 80% of the valley is designated as Sites of Special Scientific Interest, and a popular cycle trail, the Elan Valley Trail, makes a loop from Rhayader around the reservoirs.

Nearby towns include Hay-On-Wye, Brecon, Knighton, Newtown, Presteigne, Llandrindod Wells, Rhayader and Welshpool.

Guest comments

"Simply the best. Great food. Quiet and peaceful place. Thank you." - Esther and Dave Paulson from New Zealand.

"Warm comfortable, made very welcome, home from home. Will be back." - The Clarks from Coventry.

"Super accommodation in a peaceful setting - thank you." - C Hall, France.

"Wonderful place to stay great people, good food and company." - C Brown from Essex.

Travel info

Ample parking is available.

About our prices

Single Room from £37 per night.

Twin Room from £65 per night.

Double Room from £65 per night.


Trecoed Farm

Bed and Breakfast at:

Builth Wells
Powys LD2 3TL

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