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Brynarth Country Guest House,
Lledrod
Aberystwyth
Ceredigion
Wales
SY23 4HX
Tel: 0044 (0) 1974 261367
From £55 for a single room
Well behaved pets welcome
DiningDog FriendlyWiFi
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Brynarth Country Guest House,

Lledrod, Aberystwyth, Wales

The best of Wales in a haven of comfort

Skylights and stars, beams and stone walls; Brynarth, a combination of cottages and dairy barn has been sensitively restored, maintaining the integrity of these old buildings whilst having been brought up to date with high quality, modern facilities.

Spacious rooms and comfy beds, bathrooms with luxurious Egyptian cotton towels and Welsh amenities, locally sourced fare for breakfasts and a log fire to snuggle next to.  All of this heavenliness is surrounded by eight acres of countryside and peaceful woodland with amazing walking routes on your doorstep. 

Location

The beauty of Brynarth is its location.  Sitting at the foot of the Cambrian Mountains in the Ystwyth Valley you are in some of the best countryside in the British Isles.  It is perfect for walking and cycling and there is an abundance of nature reserves all within easy distance.  And if you want to your views to stretch far to the horizon, then the coast at Aberystwyth is just a 20 minute drive, perfect for a stroll (or a run) on the beach or even a spot of surfing!

For the nights when evening meals aren’t available there are several great places to eat in the area and your hosts are more than happy to advise on these. 

About The Owners

James and Stuart left their urban lives back in 2011 after falling in love with Brynarth. Originally their plan was to run a campsite and holiday cottages but the beauty of the area and the property itself captured their hearts.

They have poured their everything into this venture and provide the same high levels of comfort and service that they have come to expect on their travels; it shows. The friendliness and warmth of their service takes Brynarth to a different level.

  • Fresh, varied and locally sourced breakfasts
  • You can bring K9 to accompany you on long country walks
  • The two acres of bluebell woodland outside; your own secret garden
  • Superb nature reserves nearby great for bird watching
  • Licensed snug bar for a night cap in the evening
  • Extensive walking nearby with great suggestions from your hosts

  • Eight rooms with a combination of double, single and adjoining family rooms available
  • Wifi throughout
  • Evening meals (four people or more and not every night – best to enquire when you book)
  • Tea and coffee available in rooms
  • Secure storage for bicycles and covered parking for motorcycles

   

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