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B&B in Machynlleth - Powys - Mid Wales - Wales

Ynyshir Hall BED & BREAKFAST

Zen in a magical corner of Wales; enlightenment in subliminal meditation

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Ynyshir Hall

Double from:£0.00 pppn
Family from:£0.00 pppn
There is a beach nearby. Our BNB is a local building of historic interest. Garden and/or patio area for guests We have on-site parking. We have a residents lounge. We have a restaurant.
There are scenic walks in the surrounding area. We operate a special Christmas programme, please contact us for more details.

Bed and Breakfast Description


Solitude is precious and readily available at Ynyshir Hall, once owned by Queen Victoria and set amongst breathtaking scenery in the secret heart of Wales. Cradled in 14 acres of glorious gardens, this luxury hotel in Wales sits midst the splendour of the Dyfi Estuary, surrounded by mountains that were once the refuge of the Celtic princes and has been cherished by a succession of eminent owners.

A wonderful sense of well-being and spiritual calm is often experienced by guests, many returning to the hotel for rest and recuperation whenever they feel the need. In fact, many regard Ynyshir Hall luxury hotel as a wellness retreat in Wales.

Ynyshir Hall is a peaceful slumber disturbed only by birdsong. Each of the 9 bedrooms offers understated elegance, thoughtful touches and the most fabulous décor.

The house is testimony to the artistic talent of Rob Reen, erstwhile owner of the hotel. The walls are adorned with his vibrant paintings, much admired by guests and the beautifully appointed bedrooms are named after famous artists and the individual design of each was inspired by the artists’ style, with luxurious comfort in mind.

Inspiration for his paintings is in the staggering beauty of the surrounding landscape and how it reacts with the pure, unpolluted light. The interior decor is an inspired mix of the contemporary and the traditional, and nowhere does the one respect the other as effectively as at Ynyshir Hall. Antique beds of a bygone age and furniture are enhanced by rich colour schemes, lovely bathrooms and many extra touches.

Ynyshir Hall is a perfect location for that important occasion, be it a wedding, anniversary, incentive weekend, board meeting or special birthday. Small and so special, you can have your very own country house!


Machynlleth Attractions

The primary attraction of Ynyshir is the absence of vehicular traffic and noise or light pollution. They say that if a car has been by recently, you’ll smell it!

The hotel is fortunate enough to share its Dyfi estuary location with one of Britain's finest bird reserves, the RSPB Ynys-hir Nature Reserve. The walk from the house around the reserve is a magical ramble. The golden sands of Borth Beach at the mouth of the estuary are only a short walk beyond the reserve.

The location of Ynyshir Hall makes it an ideal base to explore the rugged Welsh mountains in the north and the moorlands and coastal paths to the south.

B&B Location

Driving from Shrewsbury:
Head southwest on A5191/Mardol Head toward Roushill Bank
Continue to follow A5191 0.1 mi
Turn right at A5191/Bellstone
Continue to follow A5191 0.2 mi
Continue onto A458/Bridge St
Continue to follow A458 0.2 mi
Turn left at A458/Frankwell
Continue to follow A458
Go through 1 roundabout 0.7 mi
Continue onto The Mount 0.6 mi
Turn right at A458/Shelton Rd
Continue to follow A458
Go through 2 roundabouts
Entering Wales 15.5 mi
At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto A483 1.3 mi
At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto B4381 413 ft
At the roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto B4381/Severn Rd 0.3 mi
Continue straight onto A458/Broad St
Continue to follow A458
Go through 1 roundabout 26.1 mi
At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto A470 6.0 mi
At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto A489 5.6 mi
Turn left at A487/Heol Pentrerhedyn
Continue to follow A487
Go through 1 roundabout 5.8 mi
Turn right
Destination will be on the right 0.4 mi

Nearest Railway Station: Dovey Junction  (1.4  Miles)

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