Llewelyn Lodge


Bedrooms: 1 Sleeps: 2 Bathrooms: 1 Toilets: 1
Pets: 2 (£20/pet)

Pets: 2 (£20/pet)





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Prince Llewelyn Cottage is a cosy and rustic cottage set alongside the Prince Llewelyn restaurant/pub; a quiet country pub with good local food set in the small village of Cilmery just two miles from Builth Wells. This is a really great place to stay if you are exploring Mid Wales and The Brecon Beacons and especially if you are attending an event at The Royal Welsh Showground at Llanelwedd just outside Builth Wells. From here it is an easy scenic drive up to The Elan Valley, The Red Kite Feeding Centre and The Wyeside Arts Centre that hosts some really good artists; for fishermen there is excellent fishing

 on The River Wye and an 18 hole Golf Course just outside the town.

After a day out exploring, what could be easier than to pop next door for a bite to eat and drink in the friendly local pub.



Sleeps 2 - 1 King Size  



An open plan kitchen/dining/ living area, a new kitchen with an electric oven, two ring hob, microwave, fridge with a freezer box and dining table seating 2; sofa, TV with Freeview and DVD. 


Upstairs to:

A large bedroom with King sized bed, chest of drawers and wardrobe. 


Bathroom: with shower, toilet, hand basin and heated towel rail. 


There is a small garden area with bench at the side of property, the restaurant also has a garden seating area perfect to enjoy the summer evenings.


This is an ideal place for anyone wishing to visit friends in the area or to explore the beautiful Mid Wales area - right on the edge of The Brecon Beacons, only a few miles from The Elan Valley with great scenic drives and the River Wye. Fishing available on the River Wye - tickets from the Wye & Usk Foundation. 


Builth Wells is home to the Royal Welsh Agricultural Show with the showground just over the River Wye bridge from the town; with many events held there, from The Royal Welsh Show to the Tour of Britain stage 4 (Cycle Race) and Wales GB Rally. 


Set in the heart of Mid Wales this is a good place to explore the Brecon Beacons, Black Mountains and Elan Valley and an easy drive over to the West Wales Coast through wild and undiscovered glorious countryside with certainly more sheep than people. One spring day with bluebells, wild garlic and primroses covering the roadside banks - we drove for 20 minutes and passed only 2 cars along the narrow lanes. Enjoy watching the many resident Red Kites that wheel around over this peaceful and forested countryside. 


Useful Information:  


* Flexible Changovers available

* Linen & towels provided

* Electricity & oil central heating provided 

* Parking available

* 2 dogs welcome 



Builth Wells is 2 miles with the nearest shop.

Llandrindod Wells  8 miles

Rhayader 16 miles

Llandovery 21 miles

Hay-on-Wye 22 miles

Brecon 23 miles

Aberystwyth 50 miles


The pub Prince Llewelyn is named after Llywelyn ap Gruffydd also known as Llewelyn the Last was Prince of Wales from 1258 until his death at Cilmeri in 1282.  The son of Gruffudd ap Llywelyn Fawr and grandson of Llywelyn the Great, he was the last sovereign prince of Wales before its conquest by Edward I of England. 


If you would like to speak to someone who has visited this property please ask for: Lucy or Ceri





Unforgettable views, valleys, lakes and endless space. The Epynt mountain range, the Abergwesyn Valley and the sleepy spa towns of Builth Wells, Llandrindod Wells and Llanwyrtd Wells make up this undiscovered gem of an area. Famous for its extraordinary events - Man vs Horse and Underwater Bog Snorkling and the excellent mountain biking in the area, but there's plenty more to discover in this area North of Brecon. Read more about North of Brecon