Welcome to The Forest, a family run, recently renovated Victorian Country House 5 star Bed and Breakfast in the beautiful Vale of Kerry on the border of Powys, Wales and Shropshire.
The Forest is set in 4 acres of tranquil, attractive gardens and offers luxury bed and breakfast accommodation in 5 charming en-suite double rooms, one with a four-poster bed. All bedrooms and the spacious drawing room have fine views of the garden and the Kerry Valley and are furnished to a very high standard. Children are welcome and there are facilities to entertain all ages including a tennis court, games room, toy boxes and outdoor play areas. Guests can enjoy relaxing in the drawing room with a choice of magazines, books, games, laptop and a restored Bechstein piano.
The Forest B&B makes an ideal base for exploring the many attractions of Mid Wales including Powis Castle National Trust at Welshpool and the pretty market town of Montgomery with its castle ruins, great places to eat and wonderful views. Less than a mile away is Kerry village which has a pub restaurant and Newtown, a 13th century market town with a choice of shops and restaurants, is only a 5 minute drive away. There are many walks from the door step as well as easy access to well-known trails such as Offas' Dyke, Glyndwrs Way and the Kerry Ridgeway. Brecon Beacons, Snowdonia and the Cardigan Bay beaches of Aberystwyth, Aberdyfi and Borth are an easy day trip. Conveniently located for the Cefn Lea conference centre. Please see our one minute video.
- Five luxury en-suite B&B bedrooms:
- Single, double, twin and family rooms
- Free WIFI internet in all rooms and public areas
- Spacious drawing room with piano
- Breakfast dining room,
- Tennis court, play area ,toy boxes, games room
- Kennels for pets
- Bicycle secure lock-up
- Additional beds are available for the larger rooms
- Ample parking
We are delighted to have been awarded The Visit Wales Gold Award in 2014, The Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence 2015 and 2013 and the Green Tourism Business Scheme Gold Award 2014