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The owners were friendly and the room was very clean, very quiet solid walls so no noise from other rooms. Ideal for touring around area.Breakfast was freshly cooked.Guest house is five miles from Llanidloes which has an interesting history,museum and plenty of eateries.
We used the Old Vicarage as a base to ride around mid Wales on motorbikes. We were made to feel very welcome. The breakfasts are amazing! There are 2 pubs in the village both serve good quality meals and are only a very short walk...More
We stayed here for two nights at the end of the Wye Valley Walk. After the noise of Rhayader the previous night the contrast couldn't have been greater. The Old Vicarage is in a no through road and consequently the traffic is virtually nonexistent. Our...More
This is an excellent place to stay, we received a warm welcome and were shown to our very comfy bedroom, supplied with all those little extras that make a difference. Lovely view of the Welsh hills from our room. Breakfast was wonderful with a large...More
I stayed here for an overnight business trip and wasn't dissapointed. The staff were fantastic, the room was spacioud and very cosy. My order was taken immediately upon arrival for breakfast and was cooked fresh and delicious.
US$103 - US$108 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Official Star Rating provided by the AA.
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"All rooms should be fine due to the quiet area of the guesthouse on the edge of this small hamlet."