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Located around 8 miles south of Builth Wells and around 12 miles from Hay in Wye the small farming community of Crickadarn is to be found nestling in the hills. This is an ideal location for those who enjoy the outdoor activities of walking or mountain biking as there are miles of quiet bridleways and footpaths to take advantage of. The village itself is well served however by its neighbour, Erwood, where there are some local amenities such as pubs, shop and post office. Of local interest is the local church of St Mary dating back to around the 13th century, it is suggested that in 1914 Sir Clough Williams Ellis (of Portmeirion fame) reconstructed the sanctuary, rebuilt the South wall of the nave and installed to the west an oval vestry window, balcony and fireplace.

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Trericket Mill (1.71 miles)

Trericket Mill

Friendly and informal accommodation offered at this converted grade 2 star listed water cornmill in the Upper Wye Valley. This early 19th century brick built Mill retains all its original machinery with the dining area ... More | visit website

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Llangoed Hall (1.99 miles)

Llangoed Hall

Llangoed Hall, a magnificent Country House Hotel on the banks of the River Wye, is owned by Sir Bernard Ashley, founder of the Laura Ashley empire. It was always his dream to find a house in ... More | visit website

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The Felin Fach Griffin (4.60 miles)

The Felin Fach Griffin
Welcome to a Welsh country inn entirely devoid of horsebrasses, Welsh love spoons and any sign of chintz.
It is owned and run by brothers Charles and Edmund Inkin, who have carried their uncompromising belief in ... More | visit website
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Alltybrain Farm Cottages (5.32 miles)

Alltybrain Farm Cottages
Whatever time you wish to take a holiday at Alltybrain Farm there is always a stunning view of the Welsh countryside be enjoyed! In spring and summer there are scenes of sheep with their lambs ... More | visit website
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Old Radnor Barn B&B (5.93 miles)

Old Radnor Barn B&B
Stephen and Lynne welcome you... to their 4star, Bed & Breakfast Accommodation at the Old Radnor Barn, Talgarth. Enjoy one of their four tastefully decorated and furnished rooms, two first floor and two on the ... More | visit website
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Black Mountain Lodge (6.55 miles)

Black Mountain Lodge
This lovely old traditional stone building, the oldest part is believed to date back to the 17th Century. Set in its own grounds with ample free parking and located at the foothills of the Black ... More | visit website
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Dan-y-Castell Cottage (7.06 miles)

Dan-y-Castell Cottage
Dan-y-Castell is a rare jewel, a beautifully restored former chapel nestling directly under Builth Castle Motte and boasting a wealth of character features including Wooden floors, stone arched windows and door ways, stained glass windows ... More | visit website
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Bronwye Guest House (7.11 miles)

Bronwye Guest House
Bronwye is a rare jewel, a Four star property that surpasses your expectations, yet costs less than local two star properties. We promise a warm welcome and excellent facilities set in a quiet location yet ... More | visit website
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Maindee Bed & Breakfast (7.16 miles)

Maindee Bed & Breakfast
Maindee Guest house is situated beautifully in the historic town of Builth Wells. Maindee has been recently redecorated throughout and offers a friendly place to stay with lots on offer
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Garden and BBQ area
Free WIFI Access
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Caer Beris Manor (7.22 miles)

Caer Beris Manor

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Amid 27 acres of parkland, surrounded by the River Irfon, Caer Beris Manor Hotel is a beautiful country retreat in Builth Wells, near the A483, on the Breacon Beacons. In the heart ... More

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