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Greylands Guesthouse in & around Newbridge on Wye
Newbridge-on-Wye was historically a stop off point for drovers, who moved livestock from place to place. Newbridge-on-Wye proved to be an ideal location for drovers to stop and rest because it afforded a safe crossing-point on the river Wye. This led to a settlement forming, including a large number of pubs. This fact is celebrated by the statue of a drover on the village green. Newbridge-on-Wye also sited a railway station on the Mid Wales Railway, until its closure on December 31, 1962. The site of the station is now occupied by a housing estate, although the old railway bridge still remains.
Half way between Rhayader and Builth Wells, Newbridge has a number of pubs and stopping off points to enjoy.
If you are looking for a comfortable, friendly place to stay with good access to the Newbridge on Wye area, Greylands Guest House in Llandrdindod Wells offers a convenient local base with single, double, twin or family rooms, modern facilities and a quiet location.
Greylands Guest House offers plenty of room, a warm welcome, great breakfast, close to many activities and places of interest near or in Newbridge on WyeThere is plenty here to interest walkers, cyclists, bird watchers, motorcyclists, anglers, golfers and bowls players. The scenery and wildlife variety in the area is outstanding and there is plenty to do whatever the weather.
For reservations call us on 01597 822253 or click in the header of any page to email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Photo from Featured Project near Newbridge on Wye
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.
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