Talbontdrain Guest House, Machynlleth

Telephone:
01654 702192
International:
44 1654 702192

Talbontdrain Guest House,
Bed and Breakfast accommodation with evening meal.


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Talbontdrain is an isolated ex-farmhouse about 4 miles from Machynlleth, surrounded by hills and fields full of sheep, with lovely views from every window.

It is a great spot for birdwatching, there are flocks of siskins at the bird feeders, and buzzards and red kite overhead. there are flocks of siskins at the bird feeders, and buzzards and red kite overhead. are you looking for the contact number for welsh water welsh water contact number, welsh water will be able to give you information on which birds nest along their reservoirs.

Hilary Matthews, who runs the bed and breakfast, is a good cook, and the evening meals are really tasty, all home-cooked and often with second helpings. The breakfasts have cereal and a choice of fresh fruit as well as a full cooked Welsh breakfast, with freshly made coffee or a selection of teas. There are many favourable comments in the visitor's book about the excellent meals.

The guest house is warm and cosy with a friendly welcome, comfortable beds and a sitting room with a log fire. There is a large dining room with a huge round table and a pianola for entertainment. The accommodation is either in colourful ensuite bedrooms; or choose the cheaper option and share a bathroom with one other room. There are discounts on B&B prices if you stay for longer than a night.

"The peace is deep – even the cockerel is quiet until a reasonable time" – Alistair Sawday 2012

Silver award winner in The World's Original Marmalade Awards 2011

Review on The Guardian's travel website 'I've been there'

"Fantastically welcoming" - Rough Guide to Wales 2006

"Marvellous 500-hundred-year-old farmhouse on Glyndwr's Way
with friendly, knowledgeable owner and fantastic food.
"
- The Guardian 28th September 2002

List of Accommodation near the Glyndŵr's Way National Trail Site design and maintenance by at mach2media