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Set in Llanymynech, 28 mi from Telford, Penyvoel Hall offers a garden and free WiFi. Guests at the homestay can enjoy a continental breakfast. Penyvoel Hall provides a terrace. Lovely location, stunning room, delicious and satisfying breakfast with our hosts and return guests. We can’t wait to go back!
Located in Llandysilio, 27 mi from Telford, Maes Offa Stays provides a garden and free WiFi. Cosy and comfortable caravan, with all the facilties I needed for a couple of nights. The caravan is set in a pretty garden. You can hear birdsong in the morning. Lance and David were friendly and helpful. Ample parking.
A family-run grade ll listed accommodations in the heart of the Welsh countryside, The Golden Lion Hotel has a bar, a restaurant, live entertainment and 2 car parks with free parking. Everything. Well worth a visit. The owner and staff are so nice and helpful and very welcoming. The home cooked food is plenty and lovely. The rooms are spotless and done to a very high quality and standard. The Guiness is to die for..... Will be staying here again!
Funny little village at the bottom of a lovely hill on the Offa's Dyke and the Motgomery canal - now disused, but a haven for wildlife. Llanynynech has 3 pubs: The Bradford, the Dolphin and the Cross Keys, each with very different characters, clientele and offerings. Also has a Chinese and an Indian takeaway and a great little café for breakfast.
I didnt get to spend much dayttime in village but found facilities to meet most peoples needs the areas i did see were veey scenic and views from llanymynech golf course were stunning a very good testing course
Anyone wishing to stay overnight and eat out. Must go to the Bradford arms hotel in Llanymynech. You will be welcomed with the best hospitality and delicious food made by the owner. Fantastic cosy place with lots of character. Made up for the horrid night spent at the cross keys.
Beautiful setting, tranquil & peaceful. 10 min drive to shops/supermarket. Good location for nearby attractions & comfortable, clean & well equipped to return to at the end of the day.
My stay at Llanymynech revolved around the Welsh National Rally for motorcycles, so my time in the village was restricted to mornings and evenings only. A pleasant village in a lovely setting in Mid-Wales t would form a good place to stay for touring in Snowdonia, the Brecon Beacons and Cambrian Coast.
We only stayed for one night, we had a lovely picnic and then a walk up the hill which took about 3 hours, there is also a canal if you fancy walking along there. Not much else to do at the location. A couple of curry houses and couple of pubs, post office and a car wash. but location is good for Welshpool or Oswestry
Great hosts Very nice place to stay Everything you need provided in the cottage A good location for visiting other places Two nice hotels and a local chip shop We really enjoyed our time there.
Hospitality and location for our needs. Cheap hotel probably correct for the facilities on hand.