B and Bs in Rhayader

The Horseshoe Guest House and Restaurant
Church St
Rhayader
Mid Wales

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We invite you to enjoy a relaxing break at 'The Horseshoe Guest House and Restaurant'. Our charming 18th Century Guest House, situated in the 'old town' area of the rural market town of Rhayader, with the river Wye just 3-4 minutes walk away. Rhayader is known as the gateway to the 'Lakeland of Wales'. We provide the perfect base from which to explore this magnificent area with its mountains, valleys, woods and lakes.

The Horseshoe in Rhayader is a 200 year-old spacious Welsh stone building with lots of character and charm, the lounges are furnished with deep comfortable chairs, and are heavily beamed with a log fire for chilly evenings adding to the atmosphere. The Horseshoe has been recently refurbished to a high standard offering the very best in modern facilities whilst retaining the original charm of this lovely old building.

The conservatory with it's walled garden are inviting and relaxing after a day on the move. The bedrooms, double and twin En Suite or single standard are decorated with flair in the 'countryside' style, all rooms have colour T.V complimentary tea, coffee, biscuits and modern central heating. Parking is no problem, we have our own large secure car park and secure cycle andmotorbike storage All dogs are welcome if we are notified at the time of booking

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Ratings/Awards: WTB 3 Stars
Number of Rooms: 5
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