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Pwllgwilym Cottages and B&B

A family business, Pwllgwilym Cottages are run by husband and wife team Richard and Jane Davies. Set on a working farm, the cottages have been developed from the old farm barn to provide three stylish self catering cottages which retain the original character and charm such as oak beams, flagstone floors and exposed stone walls that are complimented by modern bathrooms, kitchens and stylish furniture. The three cottages will sleep between 4 and 7 guests, with the two larger cottages even having their own “hot tub” which will help to ease any aches you may have after your round of golf.

As well as the three self catering cottages Pwllgwilym can also offer, in the main farmhouse, three superb rooms for bed and breakfast. Talking about breakfast, if you are staying in the self catering cottages, well, you don’t have to cook your own, Richard and Jane will be very happy to serve you one of their renowned “big” breakfasts to set you up for a day on the golf course.

The location of the cottages is stunning, set in 60 acres of farmland they have wonderful views of the Wye Valley and the tranquillity is only disturbed by the occasional call of a buzzard or red kite. You might now be thinking that this a very remote rural location, but you would be wrong, the cottages are only 400 or so yards from the village of Cilmeri and best of all it’s only a few yards further to the Prince Llywellyn Inn. (many guests drive to the end of the farm road and park there, then it is only 100 yards to one of the best “watering holes” in the area).

Builth Wells Golf club is only a mile or two from Pwllgwilym, and the other two courses are within an easy 30 minute drive, but if you don’t want to drive to the courses then Richard is only too happy to take you, in his minibus, and pick you up after your golf and perhaps a few jars refreshment.

So if you are looking for a golf break in a relaxing location then look no further than a Heart of Wales Golf Break at Pwllgwilym Cottages.

Please note that the cottages are very busy on weekends so a midweek break will give you the best opportunity to experience what Pwllgwilym has to offer, and if you would like a day of relaxation then you can book one of Richard’s guided Overland Safaris.

SELF CATERING PRICES

DAN-Y-COED PWLLYN TYCANOL
LOW £40 per cottage per night £48 per cottage per night £64 per cottage per night
MID £47 per cottage per night £58 per cottage per night £78 per cottage per night
HIGH £51 per cottage per night £64 per cottage per night £85 per cottage per night
CAPACITY Sleeps 4 Sleeps 7 with bed settee Sleeps 8 with bed settee and use of top and bottom bunk bed
SINGLE SEX CAPACITY Single sex groups sleeps 3 Single sex groups sleeps 5 Single sex groups sleeps 6

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One night bed and breakfast plus two rounds of golf........ from £84.00

Two nights bed and breakfast plus three rounds of golf........ from £143.00

Self catering from £48 to £64 per cottage per night

(For single sex groups the cottages sleep between 3 and 6 persons)

Attractions in Builth Wells

Erwood Station Gallery

Nestled between Brecon and Builth Wells in the picturesque Wye Valley, this beautifully restored 19th century railway station and carriages shows the very best in contemporary craft paintings and sculpture.Tea room closes at 4:30.

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Welsh Overland Safari

Welsh Overland Safari is an independent travel company offering unique overland guided tours of some of the most beautiful, unspoilt landscapes in Europe, as well as rare natural habitats for wildlife. One of Wales's best kept secrets, the region has a rich and diverse history dating back to well before Roman times. Exploring the rugged mountains, lakes, waterfalls and forests of the area.

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Wyeside Arts Centre

Set in the heart of mid Wales, and perched upon the brink of the picturesque river Wye in the market town of Builth Wells, Wyeside Arts Centre is a presenting venue for live and visual arts and cinema. Wyeside’s varied programme ranges from Cerys Matthews to Tchaikovsky and from Pinter to panto – with the likes of Lucy Porter at the microphone or Courtney Pine on sax.

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