WYE KNOT STOP
Bed & Breakfast,
Coffee Shop and Restaurant
Wye Knot Stop is open Wednesday to Sunday from 9:30am
We are on the road inbetween Hay on Wye (the Town of Books), Brecon (gateway to the Beacons) and Builth Wells (home of the Royal Welsh Show).
We are situated on the edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park, only a mile and a half from Llangoed Hall, (renowned wedding venue) and 25 miles from the Red Kite Feeding Centre at Rhayader.
Offering views of the stunning Black Mountains, situated in the Wye Valley village of Llyswen. We are ideally located for walking in the Brecon Beacons and the Black Mountains or just sightseeing in this beautiful part of Wales.
Both rooms are en-suite with flat screen colour TV, beverage tray, hairdryer and complimentary water. Towels are provided.
Mill Room (upstairs)
This room has exposed beams, is full of character and can be used for single, double or twin occupancy or for a family.
The Pottery (downstairs room)
This room is ground level, and can be used for single, double or twin occupancy or for a family of 3. The en-suite has a large wet room with shower.
As this room is situated at ground level, it is suitable for disabled access and is directly opposite our car park.
Well behaved dogs are welcome in the downstairs room please bring their own bedding (we ask for a £5 supplement per dog)
Please call for prices.
Check in from 3pm. Check out by 10am.
Deposit of £20 per room per night is required, unless the booking is made under 5 days then full payment will be required.
We also accept Debit/Credit cards
Please call 01874 745247 to book.
CANCELLATIONS All deposits are non refundable but can be used towards a future booking taken within one calendar month.
Restaurant and Coffee Shop
Our hours are from 9:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. from Wednesday to Sunday. We offer breakfasts and lunches, you can also find a variety of homemade cakes, coffees, teas, hot chocolate and soft drinks.
There is a patio area out the front which has tables, seating and umbrellas
Our parking is free for customers. There is car parking for approximately 4 cars at the rear of the property.
We are pleased to offer free Wi-Fi to all cafe customers and B&B guests for those who have laptops and personal devices
THINGS TO DO
Local Tourist attractions
In the very heart of the town is a community-run, water powered flour mill and traditional bakery. The Brecon Beacons National Park's only working watermill.
National showcaves for wales
The National Showcaves Wales are three cavernous limestone caves which date back to around 350 million years ago.
Brecon mountain railway
Travel in one of our all-weather observation coaches behind a vintage steam locomotive through beautiful scenery into the Brecon Beacons
Royal welsh showground
The Royal Welsh Show has become an important event in the Welsh calendar attracting some 230,000 people over the course of the four days and is supported by approximately 15,000 staunch members..
Adventure cycling wales:
We are an outdoor activities company located in Mid Wales at the foothills of the Black Mountains and in the heart of the beautiful Brecon Beacons National Park.
Black mountain activities:
Offer canoe and Kayak hire, mountain bike hire, gorge walking, archery, paintballing , rock climbing, caving, raft building, high level ropes, clay shooting, archery team building for adults, families and children.
The wye valley walk:
A 136 mile (218km) walk of starting contrasts from ravine gorge cloaked in woodland, through meadow and orchard, to rugged and remote uplands. Follow the Wye through the battle scarred Anglo- Welsh borders
Hay walking fesival
Run by the Hay Tourism Group. A programme is planned for 15 guided walks for young to old.
Wildlife and conservation
Wye & usk foundation:
The way & Usk Foundation is a charity concerned with restoring the habitat, water quality and fisheries of the rivers Wye and Usk.
Hawksdrift Falconry is dedicated to the promotion of falconry as a traditional country sport and to the conservation, protection and rehabilitation of wild birds of prey.
Gigrin farm - red kite feeding station
The Gigrin is a family run upland sheep farm of approximately 200 acres. Gigrin became the Official Red Kite Feeding Station in the winter 1992/93 following a request from the RSPB.
Great food, clean & comfy rooms & warm hospitality.Will be coming back again next week!Highly recommended 5/5
We passed by after recommendations from friends and very glad we listened to their advice.
Lives up to the reputation the hosts have gained for such a great all round experience.
Fantastic food, really clean rooms & even in this cold wet weather, the rooms are warm and very comfortable.
We have already booked our return stay on the way back next week & can’t wait. What a treat!