Greylands Guesthouse

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Having taken over the guesthouse in early 2017, Lynda and Larnie bring their own character to the place to offer accommodation in Llandrindod Wells with the friendly approach of a family run bed and breakfast, combined with the efficiency and comfort you may associate with larger establishments.

Having learned their skills training as chefs, working for many years in high profile hotels, Lynda and Larnie pride themselves on helping guests to feel welcome, providing first class surroundings, comfort, peace and quiet. When you first encounter the extensive choice at breakfast in Greylands, you will appreciate the years of training that have been put in to qualify as chefs. Don't forget to mention any special dietary requirements, food allergies or intolerances when booking. Everything is bought in freshly, so all needs can be accommodated.

Having a conference or meeting?
For conferences of up to 12-15 people, thanks to relationships with local commercial centres, the Greylands team can put together conference packages including meeting rooms, accommodation and catering. Llandrindod Wells is a popular venue for conferences as it is centrally placed, has a good choice of venues and provides plenty in the way of entertainment outside working hours. Just call us on the number shown, or click in the header of any page to email us and talk over your conference needs.

Great deals for parties
With so much to see in the area, Llandrindod Wells attracts a wide variety of special interest parties from walkers and bird watchers to cyclists, classic car and motorcycle clubs. If you are getting a party together to visit the town, give us a call or send an email so that we can tell you about our special rates for group bookings. Just another reason to smile when you visit Llandrindod Wells.

Background
The name Builth, in Welsh Buallt or perhaps Buellt, is older than the town to which it now refers. Buallt/Buellt originally applied to the Cantref or Hundred, an area within the old Welsh administrative system. The Cantref of Buallt/Buellt was an area of land between the rivers Wye and Tywi and north of a line drawn roughly between Erwood and Llanwrtyd, covering an area of some 174 miles. It has long been thought the name of the Cantref, and later the town, came from the Welsh words 'Bu' and 'Allt', and could be translated as 'The Wild Ox of the Wooded Slope'. Roman remains have been found in the surrounding area (the Roman fort at Beulah, 8 miles to the west no evidence has yet been found in Builth Wells itself to prove Roman habitation. The origin of the town dates with certainty from Norman times with the construction of the timber Motte and Bailey castle by Philip de Braose. The castle commanded the ancient crossing of the Wye, and as a result controlled the route to the south which ran over the Eppynt Mountains towards Brecon; it also guarded the entrance to the valley of the Irfon which gave access to the west.

The town is host to the Royal Welsh Showground where many events take place regularly. Most notable of these is the Royal Welsh Show every July, which attracts a quarter of a million visitors regularly. Needless to say, accommodation over the show period is at a premium, so if you would like to stay at Greylands for the show, early booking is recommended.

If you are looking for a comfortable, friendly place to stay with good access to the Builth Wells 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 Builth WellsThere 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 builth_wells@greylandsguesthouse.co.uk.

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