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    Bedrooms 4
  • From £60 per room per night

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The Mid Wales Inn, is a 18th century pub with loads of character.

The Mid Wales Inn has two unique carved bars, an interesting history and now it has become a finalist in Welsh Gastro Pub of the Year 2015.

The Inn has an award nominated Restaurant and 4 bed and breakfast rooms all with their own colour theme, and that cater for different guests, we have doubles, twin and family rooms. All rooms have tea, coffee making facilities, a TV, bathrooms, Wifi access, daily housekeeping and free parking .

The Mid Wales Inn, as the name suggests is in the geographical centre of Wales, so we are perfect for visiting most areas, an hour from Aberystwyth, 5 miles from Rhayader, 10 minutes from the Elan Valley, an excellent area for cycling, walking, bird watching, motorcycling, dog walking, and motorhomes. I welcome all to my little inn in the middle of Wales.

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    Triple Room En-Suite 

    The Red Room
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    Sleeps 3
  • From £75 per room per night

The Red room is the biggest with a double and a single bed, another small put me up bed or cot can be also be put in this room, this has an en-suite.

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    Twin 

    The Brown Room
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    Sleeps 2
  • From £65 per room per night

The Brown room is a twin with a private bathroom, an extra bed can be put in here as well.

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    Double En-Suite 

    The Purple Room
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    Sleeps 2
  • From £75 per room per night

The Purple room is duel aspect, with a double bed with a en-suite bathroom. This room is above the bar.

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    Double En-Suite 

    The Green Room
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    Sleeps 2
  • From £60 per room per night

The Green room is the smallest double with an en-suite bathroom,  this room is above the bar area.

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