Mid Wales Bunkhouse, Woodhouse Farm, St Harmon, Rhayader, LD6 5LY
Mid Wales bunkhouse is affordable, warm and comfortable, accommodating individuals or groups in outstanding rural surroundings close to the Elan Valley, Wye Valley, Trans Cambrian Trail, Glyndwrs Way and Cycle Routes 8 and 81. Lots of circular walks and rides from the door and the Cambrian mountains to the west make the location ideal for walkers, mountain bikers, cyclists, riders, bird watchers, fishermen, trekkers and more. Fully equipped for self-catering or meals available if arranged in advance. Outside covered veranda and secluded garden with barbeque and pizza oven. Access to River Marteg where otters and many bird species have been spotted. Covered cycle storage. B&B for horses by arrangement. Camping and tipi available with special rates for combined bookings. An ideal base for DofE, scout groups, walking/cycling clubs etc.This accommodation is featured on our map of South Wales and Pembrokeshire and here is its own website.
or call John on
01597 870081 or 07507 343262
All year. 24 hours. Arrive after 3pm (advise if after 7pm), leave by 11am.
£17pp, £90 for private 6-bed room. Sole use of dormitory area (sleeps 14) £195 per night. Sole use of bunkhouse (20 people) £260 per night.
At short notice please phone to check availability. Otherwise book online, email or phone with deposit.
From Rhayader take A44/A470 towards Llangurig then B4518 towards St Harmon. At the Mid Wales Inn turn right, After a mile turn right, Bunkhouse on right in half a mile. SatNav use is not advised. GR SN998750.
Trains at Llandrindod Wells/Newtown. NE coach to Llanidloes. Buses from Llandrindod to Rhayader and limited service to St. Harmon and Pant Y Dwr. We can collect from Llandrindod, Llanidloes or Newtown by arrangement.
This accommodation is near mountains, is available to individuals, gives a Best Price Guarantee, has a pub within walking distance, has availability this Christmas and is on the horse B&B page, the IHUK signage page, the Hostels with Camping map and the Lon Las Cymru.