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For breakfast we offer:

  • A selection of cereals, yoghurts and fresh fruit
  • Vegetarian Cooked Breakfast Or
  • Traditional Cooked Breakfast
  • Toast and jam or marmalade
  • Tea and Coffee

We use locally sourced ingredients are used whenever possible.

We have 5 en-suite bedrooms:

1. - King Size en suite
3. - Family en suite (King Size and Single with bath, shower room adjacent)
5. - Double en suite
6. - Family/Group – 2 Singles plus Bunk Beds en suite
7. - Double en suite

Yes. Packed Lunches, Afternoon Teas and Simple Evening Meals can be arranged with Ian and Jo.

Breakfast is Served:

  • Mon - Fri: 7:15am - 8:45am
  • Sat - Sun: 7:45am - 9:00am
Want to know more about Builth Wells, The Royal Welsh Show, Powys or Mid Wales? We’ll be happy to answer any questions you may have! Here you can find questions and answers about our local area.

There are so many opportunities for sport and outdoor activities in Powys and Mid Wales. The Wye Valley Walk takes you through Builth Wells and the Epynt Way passing through spectacular moorland has been developed for riding, hiking and cycling and is right on our doorstep. Mountain Biking, Motor Sports, Golf, Fishing, Kayaking and Canoeing and Multi Activity Centres are all possibilities here.

The Royal Welsh Showground is within easy walking distance of The Owls. About 5 minutes at an easy strolling pace.

It is about a 20-25 minute drive from Builth Wells to the Elan Valley Visitor Centre, passing through Newbridge on Wye and Rhayader.

Brecon is about a 30 minute drive away. There are 2 routes from Builth Wells to Brecon, the shortest route (16 miles) goes over the mountain, the longer route (20 miles) goes around the mountain. Both routes take approximately 30 minutes.

Yes indeed. Builth Wells Angling controls over two miles of double and single bank fishing on the Wye and a mile of fishing on its tributary, the Irfon. Combined, these rivers offer a range of water types; from deep rocky pools to gravel flats. There is usually good fishing to be found somewhere on the club's water whatever its flow height.