Noddfa House B&B near Llanfair Caereinion and Welshpool


Noddfa House is a small friendly, relaxing bed and breakfast, overlooking the beautiful Banw valley in Mid Wales.

Our priority is to provide a comfortable relaxing environment, for your stay in beautiful Mid Wales. With the owner a keen cook and baker (with a food hygiene standard of 5), always happy to provide tea/cakes, packed lunches for days out and evening meals if required.

Walkers and cyclists always welcome.

Bedroom 1 (Double)
Bedroom 1 overlooks green fields, catching the morning sun.

Bedroom 2 (Double)
Bedroom 2 overlooks the Banw valley, with the famous Welshpool & Llanfair Light Railway visible from a distance.

Bedroom 3 with en-suite (Single)
Bedroom consists of single bed plus en-suite bathroom.

Breakfast is taken in the dining area. A full English breakfast is available consisting of bacon, egg, sausage mushrooms, black pudding if required with a choice of baked beans or tomatoes. As an alternative, eggs of any style, scrambled, poached, boiled. Kippers upon request. A selection of cereals, yogurts, fresh fruit, grapefruit  and fruit juice also available, plus toast, bara brith or scone, home made jams and marmalade. Special diets can be catered for with advanced notice. All foods are locally sourced.

Guide Prices

Number of Rooms / Units
Room / Unit TypeRoom / Unit Tariff*
Bedroom 1 (Double)£40.00 per person per night
Bedroom 2 (Double)£40.00 per person per night
Bedroom 3 (Single)£45.00 per person per night

*Room one does have a double bed settee in it which can be used for a family if required
Price depending on the age of the children

Map & Directions

Noddfa House B&B

Llangyniew, Llanfair Caereinion, Welshpool, Powys, SY21 9EN

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