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Cerdyn Villa B&B and family Annex with its vibrant yellow paint and pink butterfly

At Cerdyn Villa B&B we offer a home from home feel aiming to make you feel rested and relaxed like you would in your own home.

Cerdyn Villa Guesthouse is situated on the outskirts of Llanwrtyd Wells, Powys, and is in a tranquil and picturesque location amidst the Irfon River valley, surrounded by mountains (Epynt, Black & Cambrian Mountains and the Brecon Beacons). It is only 10 minute stroll to the centre of Llanwrtyd, where, despite its size you will find 3 pubs, a microbrewery and 5 restaurants, including 3 acclaimed chefs.
Our house was built at the turn of the century as a country villa to a coal baron and is now a family home to us and our son, Jason.
We offer bed and breakfast accommodation in 2 double en-suite guest rooms. Our guests are treated as friends and can feel at home in our house. We offer the added benefit of free WIFI connectability, TV and DVDs in rooms, tea and coffee facilities and mini fridges in which to store fresh milk and chocolate! Hair dryers and ironing boards are available on request and we are happy to hang or rinse muddy clothing should you get wet (yes, even here in Wales!)

Throughout the house you will see photographs and paintings by local artists as well as artwork and cards by Berni, your host. You are welcome to enjoy or buy the pictures to take home with you. Both B&B rooms have en-suites with showers, they are snug and cosy with beautiful mountain views.
In the rooms you will find lots of useful local information, but the Tourist Information Centre is located in the Neuadd Arms Hotel, just in town (10 minutes stroll form the B&B)and we are also more than happy to suggest and advise on outings and local events.

view from double ensuite guest room over the cambrian mountains

The guest rooms are at the back of the house and overlook fields and mountains and our neighbours stables.

We hope you love it here as much as we do; the day we fell in love with this house and decided to move here, the sky had just cleared following a heavy shower, the sun came out, a perfect rainbow filled the sky and the farmer and his dogs were working the sheep. It was an idyllic moment, a snap decision and one we never regret for a moment.

The Heart of Wales railway line station is 2 minutes away and runs between Swansea and Shrewsbury with Llanwrtyd pretty much in the middle. The town itself is tiny, officially we are the ‘Smallest Town in Great Britain’ and probably only have around 700 inhabitants – smaller than most villages.