Bryncoed.co.uk

copyright© Bryncoed guest house 2012

About Us

Home from Home

Bryncoed offers comfortable, good value, clean and spacious single or double rooms, most with en-suite facilities.


Nothing is too much trouble for us to make your stay a memorable one.


Just ask, and if we can do it, we will.


A stair-lift has been installed for the convenience of disabled or elderly guests.


Ample car parking is available for all guests.


Overseas visitors are especially welcome at Bryncoed. French speaking guests will immediately feel at home with us as joint-proprietor, Ray Izzard,   speaks French fluently.


Telephone 01597 811082

Bryncoed Guest House, Dark Lane, Rhayader, Powys, LD6 5DA

Bryncoed Breaks



Walking, Cycling, Card Breaks, Pet Lovers, Old Radio Fans, Friendship Weekends or Reunions, Music or Slimming - whatever you may be considering, we look forward to discussing your requirements with you.


Walking:

Rhayader is situated on the edge of the Cambrian Mountains which offer endless possibilities for walkers who wish to explore the rugged Welsh scenery.

For those with perhaps less energy for exploring the wilderness, there are numerous shorter riverside walks throughout the town.


Cycling and Mountain Biking:

Mid Wales is a cyclist's paradise, with mile upon mile of quiet country roads and lanes to explore. Rhayader is on one of the most the scenic sections of the Welsh National Cycle Route 8 (Lôn Las Cymru). This section has many miles of safe off road cycleways for the whole family to enjoy. The National Cycle route runs the entire length of Wales, from Chepstow in the south to Holyhead on the isle of Anglesey in the north. Cycles can be hired locally.


For mountain bikers, the countless bridlepaths in the area offer endless possibilities for off-road riding.

As part of the recent Millennium celebrations, a purpose-made cycle path was constructed which leads from Rhayader to the very top of the Elan Valley.


Start of Millenium Cycle Path


Bird Watching:

With so many birds in their natural habitat, Mid Wales is a bird-watchers' dream come true. You can visit the wetlands and see more than 80 different species or explore the hills and mountains to see the birds of prey in all their majestic glory.


The highlight of your tour must surely be to view the Red Kites soaring effortlessly in the skies above - you can even see the Kites being fed at the local Gigrin Farm where purpose-built hides have been constructed from which to view these truly beautiful creatures at close quarters.


Fishing:

With a wealth of rivers, streams and lakes in the area, fishermen are able to pursue their sport in and around the wonderful surroundings of Rhayader. In fact, the famous River Wye, well known amongst angling folk, flows directly through the centre of the town. Find us on the Rhayader and Elan Valley Angling Association's website where you can find out about day tickets on both the River Wye and Tributaries and The Elan Reservoirs.


Whether you are coming for a theme weekend or just a relaxing break, we are certain your stay will be both comfortable and enjoyable

We Specialise in Good Home Cooking


Local Welsh Lamb

Speciality "Welsh Black" Rump Steaks

Home-made apple pie

Vegetarian options available on request

Whether you are touring, on a walking or fishing holiday, a motorcyclist or cyclist, elderly or disabled, or want to bring your pets, we have facilities for you all and will be delighted to welcome you into our home.


Dee and Ray Izzard offer you comfortable accommodation and extend a most warm welcome to you on your visit