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With a stay at The Clochfaen in Llanidloes, you'll be 22.6 mi (36.4 km) from Royal Welsh Showground and 24.9 mi (40.1 km) from Aberystwyth University. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Extremely friendly and obliging host
Cons: I thought I’d booked an en-suite bathroom but I hadn’t. As we were the only guests it was fine however if there had been other guests it would have been awkward
Pros: Enjoyed the friendly atmosphere and service
Pros: Breakfast was more than we expected Shower excellent Hospitality excellent homemade fruit cake tea and coffee when we arrived Couldn’t want for more
Pros: The breakfast was excellent with all the usual items on offer plus a wonderful bowl of fruit. The location was quiet and off the beaten track but a local pub for food was I mile away in the village. A very peaceful location. Kevin was very solicitous of our wellbeing.
Cons: The fact that the toilet was in the only bathroom could be difficult if the three rooms allocated to the bathroom were all occupied. I would have liked to open a window in my room. They all seemed to be permanently closed. The room was not very light as there was a bank just outside the window.
Pros: The best breakfast of our holiday. Very friendly and made feel like family.
Cons: A little far outside the town. No restaurant or bar.
Pros: Kevin was a great host, kind, helpful, and amazing breakfast and coffee breaks. WiFi pretty good.
Pros: Kevin, the proprietor, is a friendly and hospitable host, who likes to chat about the history of this interesting and quirky property. It was really nice to be offered tea and cakes when we arrived. Breakfast started off with a huge bowl of really nice fruit salad. After that there was the usual choice of full English or whatever you wanted. My wife and I will be happy to stay here again.
Cons: My wife found the bedroom a bit dark.
Pros: Clean and tidy with an attentive host who couldn’t be any more helpful. Breakfasts superb. Second visit and would definitely return when in the area again
Pros: Good host, dogs, the building was lovely
Pros: Beds were very comfortable. Bathroom was super. Lounge area was very comfortable and cool on the very hot days we experienced while staying. Breakfasts were A class, fruit salad to die for and cooked mushrooms and poached eggs never tasted so good.
Cons: Bedroom a bit stuffy on the warm nights we had whilst staying
The Unicorn is a small hotel featuring a bar and a bistro which transforms into a restaurant in the evening. In the town of Llanidloes, it offers homemade food and free Wi-Fi. Decorated in warm earth tones, each room at Unicorn Hotel has a TV with a DVD player and tea/coffee making facilities. They also all come with an en suite shower and some have a bath too. During the day, guests can enjoy a selection of homemade cakes, sandwiches, baked potatoes and more. In the evening, tempting British food is served, majorly using produce sourced from within a 10-mile radius of the restaurant. There are several walking routes around the property and St Idloes Golf Club, which offers panoramic views over the town, is only 2 miles away.
Pros: Very comfortable bed!! Fab breakfast. Staff very helpful and friendly.
Cons: No complaints.
Pros: The friendliness of the staff, nothing was to much trouble and a special mention to Haley who made sure I got to the wedding venue on time and drove me there, can't thank her enough. My bed was super comfy and the room was lovely, can't recommend the Unicorn Hotel highly enough, thank you.
Pros: Very good evening meal.
Pros: Very spacious nicely furbished rooms and the availibilty of single rooms. Flexibility to have what cooked breakfast you wish. Free parking everywhere in the town.
Cons: A bit of untidiness on the route via side gate
Pros: The location was great. The rooms were very spacious, clean and bright. The breakfast was cooked to order and was great quality, we also had an evening meal and a packed lunch which were both delicius. It’s family run and the staff are super friendly and helpful :)
Pros: Great hotel, second year staying, lovely warm staff and great breakfast
Pros: really easy to use shower, good food and excellent staff
Cons: nothing to say
Pros: Comfortable hotel, in good location in the centre of town.
Pros: We were upgraded to a family room which was in fact a suite so we had separate rooms which was great. We were able to store our bikes in a locked yard. Llanidloes is a very scenic small town and the Unicorn is right in the centre.
Cons: Unfortunately the owner was away for the evening at a funeral so the restaurant and downstairs facilities were closed.
Pros: But pricey at £90 given no bar or food. Room was comfy enough.. the rooms were much nicer than the frontage of the hotel would lead you to expect. We had room with nice bathroom. Brekky was nice but the staff were a little bit too somber for my liking. I’m sure running a hotel can be a chore but I think you need to put on a show for people on holiday etc. We stayed on our way down to Cardiff where one night at the Hilton is only £110 so comparatively I’m not sure this was value for money. About 20-30 quid over priced
Cons: Arrive and told there was no bar or food
Set in the town of Llanidloes, less than a 5-minute walk from St Idloes Church In Wales, Trewythen Hotel offers spacious bedrooms, full Welsh breakfasts and free Wi-Fi throughout. The bedrooms all have an en suite bathroom with a hairdryer, shampoo, shower gel, soap, shower cap and body lotion. Most have original features such as beams and fireplaces. In the morning, Trewythen serves a breakfast cooked using produce from local suppliers. Guests can also enjoy cereals, juice, fresh fruit and tea/coffee. Packed lunches are available on request. Evening meals can be provided at the property's sister hotel, Unicorn Hotel, which is located a minutes' walk away. Llanidloes is surrounded by countryside and there are some walking and cycling routes around the property. A secure area for cycles is available.
Pros: Good location Friendly staff very good value for money Excellent
Pros: Good, clean room
Cons: Great room and central location. Lots of street noise (but clearly this is not something the hotel has any control over). Breakfast: oily mushrooms (tasted of re-used oil); tinned tomatoes; and bacon was overly salty; not the best filter coffee - a bit weak and acidic (the rest was very good. Perfect poached eggs!)
Pros: I arrived soaked through from a cycle tour and the manager was very helpful in finding a place to dry my clothes out for the morning
Pros: very good
Cons: for myself nothing
Pros: Clean, welcoming, great breakfast, superb value.
Cons: Bed was a little hard for me but that shouldn’t worry everyone.
Pros: Decent room size and good shower
Cons: No wifi I could figure out. Differing passwords and multiple routers were confusing. Very average breakfast.
Pros: Nice large room for a family of four. Lovely breakfast.
Pros: Central position in Llanidloes
Pros: Great location, friendly staff, will stay here again.
Pros: Breakfast was good, if not luxurious. A good choice of cereals, two juices, yogurt, all permutations on cooked breakfasts , tea, coffee and toast etc. Coffee very good! Food hot, service very swift but we were not hurried to finish. Friendly and very helpful staff. The room was big, comfortable and had all we needed. The room was very hot, (August), but a good fan was provided. Loads of storage space, hairdryer, good TV, plenty of tea and coffee supplies and spotlessly clean with daily service. Shower excellent and very good supply of toiletries, constant hot water and all renewed generously daily. Despite being in the centre of the town it was quiet and the gentle chiming of the town hall clock was not intrusive.
Cons: The bed, a four-poster, was not particularly comfortable and as it was so hot we asked for a sheet, as the duvet was very warm. The seating was not very comfortable - an elegant chaise longue and a sofa in a corner with a stool for the desk, so nowhere to easily watch TV or read.