Alison and David Parker extend a very warm welcome to guests and offer a very comfortable and relaxing stay at Beili Neuadd, a stone built farmhouse, parts of which date back to the 16th century.
Beili Neuadd is a working small holding situated in a beautiful secluded position in Mid Wales with delightful views of the surrounding countryside. The gardens are enchanting with a pool and bog garden. Our stream, a tributary of the River Wye, flows through a wooded area, which is a delight to walk in. Or just sit quietly at one of the many benches or tables and listen to the bird sounds and enjoy the peace and tranquility. The wildlife is so extensive here.
All of our well-appointed double bedrooms are simply decorated. Individual touches reflect Alison’s love of textiles whether it be an individually upholstered chair or the cosiness of an old Welsh blanket from which the colour scheme of the room has been selected. Quirky touches from the hand knitted tea cosies to the beautiful cushions fashioned from the natural wool colours from our own small flock of Shetland sheep add to each room’s individuality. (Pictures of bedrooms)
Each bedroom has its own mini fridge where you will find a bottle of chilled water from our own spring as well as fresh milk for that ever important tea or coffee. You will also find a slice of tempting home made cake or chocolate brownie to fill the gap between lunch and dinner. Each bedroom includes a private or en-suite bathroom, hairdryer and clock radio.
A choice of cereals, Greek yogurt and fresh fruit is followed by a hearty Aga cooked breakfast which includes sausages and bacon from our own home-grown rare-breed pigs and eggs from our free range hens. It also features scrumptious Stornoway black pudding which many non black pudding fans have fallen in love with!! Vegetarian breakfasts are of course also available and we also cater for Gluten free and other special diets. Please let us know in advance.
All of our preserves and marmalades are home made, often using fruit from our ever expanding fruit and vegetable plot.
The lovely large guest sitting room has a cosy wood burning stove. Relax in here listening to music, playing the piano, watching television or perusing some of the many books, maps and magazines that you will find.