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Bed & Breakfast at Rhedyn Guesthouse

Welcome - Croeso i ti!

10 Good Reasons to come to Rhedyn Guesthouse  

 And we've found another one!

Because we think you are worth it (!) we have produced a Gift Voucher for you to treat some of your loved ones to a stay here at Rhedyn. Buy one for £50, £75, 0r £100 towards the total cost of one or two nights Bed and Breakfast and we will throw in Dinner for two on one night. The vouchers will be valid for 1 year and can be redeemed against any of our special offers excluding Christmas and New Year of course. We will post it to you as a printed postcard. The offer is only valid if you book direct with us and not through any agency. 


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Latest from Rhedyn Bed and Breakfast

The Garden Marches on...


Well the vegetable beds performed brilliantly. Perhaps too brilliantly. We had beetroots as big as footballs, and my cauliflowers which turned out to be brussel sprouts went rampant.

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It's All Here in Mid Wales

It's been a busy year but we have still found time to explore wonderful Mid Wales. Here is a glimpse of some people and places that made our year.

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Come Walking in the Brecon Beacons!

The Brecon Beacons is a fantastic place to enjoy a good walk. Whether you fancy striding along the open ridges, strolling along the peaceful towpaths or exploring the beautiful woods, you are sure to find an adventure to suit your mood. Steeped in history and mystery, here are links to six sites worth visiting to give you an idea of what can be found in this intriguing area...

1. Brechfa Pool Nature Reserve

This shallow bottomed lake above LLyswyn is a delightful quiet stopping off point for migrating birds in Spring and Autumn. Locals include lapwings, curlews, reed buntings and snipe. It is Europe’s most important site for the threatened aquatic fern Pillwort

2.Drostre Wood Nature Reserve

Just off the A470 near LLechfaen, Brecon, this small woodland is a great place to see many of the native trees in their natural habitat – oak, birch, elder, yew, hawthorn and rowan trees. And a great place to spot a wide range of fungi.

3. Pwll Y Wrach

Seventeen and a half hectares of beautiful ancient woodland which slopes down to the river Enig just outside Talgarth. Towards the eastern end of this magical nature reserve you come to a spectacular waterfall which drops down into a dark pool known as ‘The Witches Pool’. Its definitely worth a visit.

4. Llangorse Lake

The largest natural lake in Wales, Llangorse Lake is a fantastic haven for wildlife. Otters and water voles can be found here and you won’t miss the birds – warblers, coots, swallows, swifts and large flocks of Canada geese and other migrants congregate at Llangorse at different times of year. Follow the trail and discover the very special bird hide on the south side.

5. FForest Fawr

What’s not to like about Fforest Fawr? Lots of fabulous walking – The Beacons Way crosses through it – go mountain biking along the Penderyn Quarry Line from Penderyn to Hirwaun.

6. Pen Y Fan and Corn Du Circular Walk

The highest peak in South Wales, Pen Y Fan is a must do if you are into breath-taking views. The walk to its peak and then on to nearby Corn Du is about 4 miles. Then back down for that well earned beer…

Go on, delve into the unknown and see what you can find...

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Irfon Valley

Misty, Wild, Cambrian countryside

Our house is set in the middle of a field with uninterrupted views in all directions, except for the sheep. They can be seen wherever you look. From the dining room you can look out on the Mynydd Epynt, an upland area incorporating the Epynt Way, a new trail in this ancient landscape.

Our Rooms

Three delightful bedrooms

Our rooms have been thoughtfully decorated for you to have a serene and peaceful sleep. Each of them is distinct. They all have en-suite bathrooms, two with large showers, and one with an luxurious, deep bath. We have enjoyed modernising them without losing the character of the original 1840s forester's cottage.

Food at Rhedyn

Enjoy locally sourced food

Ciaran works hard in the garden to grow vegetables for the table. We get our eggs from Jenni in Llanfaredd and our meat from Mr. Morgan, our local butcher. Most of the other produce we find throughout our local area. Then the fun starts. Muiread loves cooking, and turns all of this lovely food into sumptuous meals for you.


Lots to do in Mid Wales

We are too busy running our bed and breakfast to take advantage of the fantastic activities available in the area. But for those who have the energy and the drive there are few places in the country that offer as many chances to risk life and limb as you push yourself to your limits.