New Inn Bunkhouse
New Inn Bunkhouse, New Inn, Newbridge-on-Wye, Llandrindod Wells, Powys, LD1 6HY
Stay at the 16th century New Inn on the River Wye and discover the forgotten countryside of mid Wales. The New Inn has a bunkhouse ideal for parties of walkers and cyclists as well as double, twin and family B&B rooms. The bunkhouse has its own entrance and a large lobby which can be used for boots and waterproofs. Secure storage is available for cycles and motor-cycles. The bunkhouse is self-contained with toilets and showers. There are no self-catering facilities but the inn specialises in serving imaginative home-cooked locally grown food. A Welsh breakfast of home-made sausages and dry cured bacon is available for £5.50. Explore the surrounding countryside, inhabited by red kites, or relax in the secluded beer garden. There is plenty of parking.This accommodation is featured on our map of South Wales and Pembrokeshire and here is its own website.
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Bunkhouse 10: 1×6, 1×4; B&B 11: family rooms, double & twin
All year. All day.
£12 pp (B/house), 6 bed room £60, 4 bed room £40. Breakfast £5.50pp. En suite B&B in the Inn £70 double/twin. Family rooms from £100.
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Newbridge-on-Wye is on the A470 between Builth Wells and Rhayader. Travelling north on the A470 take a right turn in Newbridge and the New Inn is on the right.
Trains at Llandrindod Wells (5 miles). Infrequent bus service.
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Good food and stunning scenery.
The owners of the New Inn Bunkhouse started out as farmers of rare breed pigs. They’ve obviously been successful as their operation expanded to include a butcher’s selling their own fabulous produce, a converted mill turned into a B&B and now The New Inn on the River Wye in Mid Wales. The New Inn offers drinks and food and the butcher’s shop is on the site too.
Tucked around the back is the bunkhouse. It sleep 10 in two rooms. There’s drying facilities and toilet and shower, but no self catering. To be honest, New Inn is all about the food anyway – so why not pop in there and feats on the local provender. They pride themselves on the hand-made artisan-type stuff; 60 different flavors of sausages, using only local in-season ingredients, real alcohol and natural skins, dry cured bacon and so on.
I’m sure you don’t need the landscape and countryside of Mid-Wales selling to you. The mainstream seem to have forgotten about it, so we connoisseurs get it to ourselves, shared only with the locals. Last time I was there we marvelled in its peace and quiet, were awestruck by the red kites and the craggy scenery. Excellent.
Bunkhouse in Newbridge-on-Wye
The New Inn is a 16 century inn with a bunkhouse ideal for groups of walkers and cyclists. The bunkhouse has its own entrance behind the main building and a large lobby ideal for boots and waterproofs. Secure storage is available for cycles and motor-cycles.
Stay at the 16th century New Inn Bunkhouse on the River Wye and discover a Welsh breakfast of home-made sausages and dry cured bacon
The New Inn is a village inn, and so much more, in mid-Wales. Set in a place of absolute beauty – perfect for exploring the quiet and unspoiled countryside. The Inn, bunkhouse and B&B offer great value accommodation, locally sourced food, three bars with good company and fresh homemade meals for the hungry.