Beili Neuadd has something for everyone. From a party with all your friends or a family celebration, to a cycling or walking holiday through this beautiful area, the variety of accommodation we have gives a great choice for those wishing to self cater in a high quality bunkhouse , to those looking for a treat by staying in the beautiful 16th century stone farmhouse Bed and Breakfast.
Beautifully situated in rolling sheep pasture in the upper River Wye catchment, Beili Neuadd has delightful views and stands in 6 acres of gardens and paddocks with a stream, ponds and woodland. Visitors to Beili Neuadd have access to our lovely grounds on the proviso that all children are accompanied and supervised as we have 2 ponds and farm animals and safety is our first consideration.
It is two miles from the small market town of Rhayader and 6 miles from the Elan Valley Reservoirs ('The Lakeland of Wales') in the Cambrian Mountains.
David and Alison Parker moved to Beili Neaudd in May 2010 and feel privileged to live here in this magical and special place. Beili Neuadd, (pronounced "bailey niath") means Enclosure Hall in Welsh. The stone and slate farmhouse dates back to the 16th century and is reputed to stand on the historical boundary of the Cistercian Abbey of Cwmhir, the burial place of the last Welsh born Prince of Wales. The farmhouse has been sensitively restored to retain its original charm and character with exposed beams, polished oak floorboards and wood burning stoves. It does however have all modern technology including Wifi. The beautiful Farmhouse B&B along with the Bunkhouse and a simple wooden chalet, provides a superb range of accommodation to suit all pockets to ensure that lots of visitors can enjoy the benefits of such a beautiful location and experience
Regardless of whether you are self catering or staying in the farmhouse, we aim to provide a relaxed, friendly environment where visitors are free to come and go as they like, enjoy our garden and beautiful farmhouse or bunkhouse and immerse themselves in the paradise of Beili Neuadd.
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