Liverpool House Rhayader - Guest Accommodation with 9 Rooms - most en-suite
Guests arriving at Liverpool House are assured of a warm welcome by the proprietor Mrs. Ann Griffiths. Liverpool House has a total of nine bedrooms, most with en-suite. Single, double, twin and family rooms. Accommodation is either in the main house or annexe. Facilities include colour television, beverage tray, hairdryer and iron in all rooms. Visitors have access to the two lounges.
Highchair, cot, books and toys available for the youngest visitors.
Computer corner and free internet access.
Secure private parking on the premises (gates closed and locked at night)
Accommodation either in main house or annex
Mostly En-Suite bedrooms
Four-poster beds available
Single, Double, Twin and family rooms
Colour T.V. in all rooms
Clock/radio in all rooms
Iron and board in all rooms
Hairdryer in all rooms
Fax service available
2 lounges for use of visitors
High chair available
Books and toys for younger children
Free wireless internet connection
Computer access - free
Locked storage for bicycles
Rhayader or Rhaeadr Gwy - Welsh for 'Waterfall on the Wye' - is situated in the heart of mid-Wales, at the cross-roads between the main east to west route - A44 from England to Cardigan Bay and the south to north A470. It is a busy Radnorshire livestock market town, with a population of 2,000, surrounded on all sides by the finest scenery: dramatic wooded valleys with swift mountain streams and waterfalls giving way to heather-topped hills and open moorland, contoured by glaciation alternating with natural lakes and rock formation, ancient oak woods rich in bird and wildlife, and the dams and reservoirs of the Elan and Claerwen valleys, draining into the beautiful River Wye, where salmon, trout and otters are to be found.
The variety of the surrounding countryside makes Rhayader an ideal center from which to explore by car, bicycle or on foot. It offers a range of accommodation from the large Wyeside Caravan and Camping Park, inexpensive town house B&B's, self-catering cottages, characterful 16th Century pubs to country house hotels. The town's numerous friendly pubs and restaurants provide plenty of good food and drink.
For the day visitor, large car parks adjacent to the modern Leisure center, Waun Capel Parc - recreation area, shops and the Smithfield livestock market are an added attraction.
Access statement available on web site. Brochure available.