March is a great time for staying away at a guesthouse in Llandrindod Wells, as there will be a lot of celebrations this month, including the two days celebrating the Saints St David and St Patrick, as well as Mothering Sunday.As well as all the family and general partying that will be going on, March in Llandrindod Wells is a beautiful time of year. The trees are just coming into bud, flowers are blooming profusely and reward even a short walk in the Rock Park or by the lake with cheerful swathes of colour.Whatever your reasons for visiting Llandod, you will find comfortable rooms, flexible hosts and a great welcome at Greylands.
Our customers, families & corporate clients, when visiting Llandrindod Wells and the surrounding areas, remark particularly on the quiet, comfortable, family run and convenient location of the guest house. If you would like to book a stay for one of the significant days in March, or just share the happiness of your friends and relatives living nearby, call Greylands Guest House on 01597 822253 or click in the header of any page to send us an email.
February is the month to celebrate pancakes and love, but while you are not being romantic or eating pancakes you can take a short break away at our bed and breakfast guesthouse in Llandrindod WellsMany of our customers are families & corporate clients throughout the Llandrindod Wells and the surrounding areas area. However, at this time of year, there are some lovely romantic walks around the area, which can provide stunning views when covered in frost.
This February many of those customers will be coming to us because of our quiet, comfortable, family run and conveniently located guest house. Many of them will ask us to book their stay during February to make the most of the quiet, the views and the countryside. If you would like to share the natural beauty of the area with the ones you love this February, call Greylands Guest House on 01597 822253
Every time of change is a time of opportunity. This is very true of January, the perfect month to look back on the previous year and of course look forward to the coming one, make the most of the new year opportunities ahead. Janus, the Roman god who gave this month its name looks forward and looks back and, we are sure would appreciate the consistently high standards of staying away at a bed and breakfast. By focusing on our customers including families & corporate clients throughout Llandrindod Wells and the surrounding areas who come to us for the quiet, comfortable, family run and convenient location of the guest house.
Make a great start to the year ahead by booking time away from home then sit back and enjoy the happiness of your friends and relatives. All you need to do is call Greylands Guest House, 01597 822253 or click in the header of any page to send us an email, and relax.
December is with us and winter is closing in, Christmas is just around the corner and this is always a popular time to think about staying away at a bed and breakfast. With limited time available before the whole country goes on holiday, many customers including families & corporate clients throughout Llandrindod Wells and the surrounding areas will be making the most of their last opportunities this year to benefit from the quiet, comfortable, family run and convenient location of the guest house, which has earned us our enviable reputation.
To book time away from home so that you go into the holiday period enjoying the happiness of your friends and relatives get in touch with Greylands Guest House, 01597 822253 or click the header image on any page to send an email.
Every year, the Victorian Week festival in Llandrindod Wells draws people from all over the world. In the late 19th century, Llandrindod Wells was the place to go for holidays and to take the waters from the town's famous spa. At its peak, the tourist trade here brought in some 900,000 people each year.The town still has a great affinity with the Victorian age, with buildings from that time being preserved to show off the architecture and elaborate wrought iron work. More than just buildings though, for this week the town's spirit goes Victorian too.
If you enjoy dressing up, you can join in the parades, tea dances and music hall evenings in costume of the era, or come as you are if you prefer. The male voice choir concert is always a big attraction, with rousing choruses and stirring traditional Welsh melodies.There is a traditional steam driven funfair on the green, lots of vintage vehicles and bicycles to be marvelled at, and the whole thing is topped off by a torchlight parade and fireworks by the lake on the last night.Staying at Greylands Guesthouse is the perfect location for joining in the festival, being just a short walk from the town centre and the rock park.
Autumn is the season of colour. It can seem like the trees change from one minute to the next as the vista takes on a new look, setting hills and valleys ablaze with vibrant, warm hues.There are few places in Britain where this is more spectacularly displayed than in the Powys countryside around Llandrindod Wells, where the variety of forestry is as wide as you will find anywhere.This makes the area a perfect choice for short breaks in the autumn for those who love to paint, photograph, or just stand and observe Mother Nature’s brightest and most varied wardrobe.Staying at Greylands makes a great base for trips out to many local beauty spots, and Tony’s local knowledge can save you hours of searching to find the best places to start off your exploration of this beautiful area. Your comfort will be well looked after too with rooms that are immaculately maintained, a very warm welcome and a great breakfast to start your day right.You can book online, or for more information just call us on the number above, or click in the header of any page to send us an email.
July 2013 sees the Golden Anniversary of the Royal Welsh Show at Llanelwedd, just seven miles from Llandrindod Wells. This event regularly attracts something like a quarter of a million visitors, and there is something for everyone interested in agriculture, forestry, outdoors living, food or arts and crafts.With the added attraction of looking back over 50 years of the show, this is bound to be a bumper year for attendance and exhibitors. Preparations at the showground are well in hand and the weather forecast is looking good.
Accommodation is always at a premium during the RWS, so if you are planning a trip, early booking is highly advisable. Greylands Guesthouse offers a warm welcome, comfortable accommodation and easy access to the Show via park and ride sites just a couple of miles away.For more information about the myriad attractions of the show, visit the RWAS website, or to organise accommodation, just call us on 01597 822253, or click in the header of any page to email us. Photographs are provided courtesy of the Royal Welsh Agricultural Society, Builth Wells.