Pub B&Bs in Mid Wales

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There’s plenty of choice when it comes to Pub B&Bs in Mid Wales. Powys is the biggest county in Wales and the longest in Britain. Running from north to south beside the border, it is sometimes known as the backbone of Wales. From the tip of southern Snowdonia, the Cambrian Mountains, the Mid Wales Marches, and the Brecon Beacons, there is just so much to see.

There are ample pubs to choose from across Mid Wales. Choose from four-poster boutique inns to the more traditional pub B&B’s, both filled with original charm and personality. Whatever your needs or budget, you can be sure to find the perfect place to stay. Pubs now offer a great alternative to the more traditional B&B’s with everything you need is under one roof; rooms, great food, and drink and of course entertainment. Pubs in Mid Wales can offer not just a warm and friendly greeting, but also a great level of service. Guests can look forward to rooms full of luxurious beds, en-suite bathrooms, TV, Freeview, and WiFi.

Unlike traditional B&Bs, pub B&Bs in Mid Wales are lively, friendly settings that serve a great selection of food and drink seven days a week. Guests can choose from a range of dishes made from the finest local Welsh produce. After a day of exploring the lakes and mountains of Mid Wales, you can head back to the pub, sit back, relax and enjoy three-course meals and a pint of your favourite ale to wash it all down.

If you don’t want to head out in the evening, there are still plenty of things to keep you occupied inside the pub. Many pubs are the heart of their community so it’s a great chance to meet locals and get to know the area even better. Most pubs have a choice of entertainment organised throughout the year from quizzes, beer festivals and live music and bands.

Start planning your holiday to Mid Wales today. Stay in a pub for a different way to enjoy your break.

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