This attractive bed and breakfast café/restaurant is in a wonderful location in the pretty village of Llyswen, in the beautiful Wye Valley on a busy junction of the A470/A479. The café has 27 covers, there are two double and one single letting bedrooms and a two bed owners’ apartment
The café enjoys feature beams, and a feature stone fireplace with wood burning stove. There are three letting rooms. The Mill Room is located upstairs this room has exposed beams, is full of character and is a family room. The Pottery is located downstairs, this room is ground level, and is also a family room. The en-suite has a large wet room. As this room is situated at ground level, it is suitable for disabled access and is directly opposite our car park. At the rear is a small car park for five cars and a small fenced patio area. It is an ideal family run business. The property also benefits from LPG gas heating and uPVC tripple glazing.
The village of Llyswen is located in the Upper Wye Valley and has a petrol station and general store, primary school, village hall, café, two pubs and a church. Brecon and Hay-on-Wye are approximately a 15 minute drive away, both of which have a wide range of services and facilities. Hay-on-Wye is a bustling market town renowned for its books and literary festival. The Black Mountains and Brecon Beacons offer excellent walking and riding whilst the Offa's Dyke is a popular route for walkers. The nearest railway station is located at Abergavenny, which is 23 miles and the nearest motorway link to the M4 can be found at Newport (42 miles). Hereford station is approximately 50 minutes’ drive.
Council Tax: We have been informed that this property has been placed under council tax band ‘TBC’.