George Borrow

Set amongst the Cambrian Mountains, The George Borrow offers cooked breakfasts and wonderful views.  The individually designed rooms at George Borrow have private bathrooms and tea and coffee facilities. Rooms also have a TV, radio and Wi-Fi access, and many have views across the Rheidol Gorge. The 17th-century inn has a traditional restaurant, serving homemade meals…

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Fforest Inn

The Fforest Inn is located in the pretty hamlet of Llanfihangel Nant Melan. One of Wales’ oldest pubs, The Fforest Inn was originally built in the 16th century as a Drovers inn. Steeped in history and recently renovated, it still retains many of its original features but now compliments them with a comfortable, welcoming environment.…

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The White Lion

The front of the White Lion in Talybont Mid Wales

If you are riding either of the adventurous Trans Cambrian routes to the coast Self Guided or Guided, then your final evening out on trail will be spent at the White Lion in Talybont. Here you are in the county of Ceredigion where Welsh is the spoken language used in shops, offices and pubs –…

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Freerein riders pose in Devils Bridge

The Hafod Hotel is a sight to behold. Originally built as a hunting lodge in the 1700s it stands alongside the ‘Devils Bridge’ at the head of the dramatic waterfalls. It overlooks the spectacular wooded gorges of the Mynach and Rheidol rivers. Riders with energy still to spend are well advised to make the short…

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Black Lion

The Black Lion Hotel is a relaxing and comfortable tradition coutry inn

Set in an area of naturally outstanding beauty is the truly remote village of Pontrhydfendigaid, known locally as Bont. Meaning ‘the bridge of the blessed ford’, Pontrhydfendigaid lies on the river Teifi; you will cross over the narrow hump backed bridge which spans this pretty river as you ride along the quiet main street of…

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The Star

View of the Star Inn Dylife

The Star Inn is a traditional 17th Century Drover’s Inn, offering a great selection of food, ales and wine. There are 8 en-suite bedrooms, single, twins, double, triple and family rooms. They are the highest country pub run in mid Wales, and all meat and vegetables are sourced locally. All dietary requirements are catered for.…

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The Trout

Happy Freereiner's preparing to depart from the Trout Inn

Beulah, nestled right in the heart of Wales is home to the modern and welcoming Trout Inn. Rooms here are all en-suite and comfortably sized. There is a wide choice of tasty home cooked food on offer and a good selection of wines and house ales to choose from. A cheery welcome from Colin awaits…

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Blue Bell

Horses & riders ready to set off after a hearty breakfast at the Blue Bell Inn

The Blue Bell Inn at Llangurig is a listed 16th Century building which retains many of its original features and is unusual in that it is run by local people – Liz and Dewi – who enjoy good local support. Although it is a very pubby pub (pool, darts, dominoes, cards etc) with traditionally furnished…

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Llanelwedd Arms

The Llanelwedd Arms Hotel in Powys

The Llanelwedd Arms Hotel was built in the 17th Century and is full of character with its uneven walls, wood beams and traditional Welsh craftsmanship. Here you experience a warm and friendly welcome from Kath, Eileen and staff who will make your stay pleasant and comfortable. The hotel offers an excellent choice of food, and…

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Severn Arms

Severn Arms Hotel at Penybont

Situated in Penybont on the edge of the Radnor Forest not a restaurant with rooms, not a pub with accommodation, this is definitely a hotel. Lounge bar, public bar, large comfortable dining room, residents lounge, outside patio in the spacious tidily kept gardens, and, for many riders – what bliss – there are baths as…

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