Why we like this deal:
- Relax in a traditional country inn surrounded by unspoilt Welsh countryside – spend two peaceful nights at The Baskerville Arms Hotel
- Delicious breakfast each morning plus two-course meal on the first night – feast on traditional pub food made from fresh local produce
- “Great place for a short break. Excellent food!” – great reviews online
- Sip real ales in the bar – regular events include open mic nights & pub quizzes
- Historic country inn perfect base for discovering the Welsh countryside
- Take a trip to Hay-on-Wye – the ‘book capital of the world’
- Steer a canoe down the River Wye or savour the scenery with a spot of fishing
- Explore the beautiful landscape of Brecon Beacons National Park and the Black Mountains
This deal in detail:
For a peaceful escape in the stunning Welsh countryside for two, look no further than The Baskerville Arms Hotel. For just £95, stay at this traditional country inn and tuck into an extended continental breakfast each morning and a delicious two-course meal on the first night.
Nestled in the small, peaceful village of Clyro, The Baskerville Arms was once more famously known as ‘The Swan’ in the diaries of Reverend Francis Kilvert from the late 1800s. Surrounded by stunning, unspoilt countryside and on the doorstep of Hay-on-Wye and the Brecon Beacons, you won’t be short of things to see and do. After a day’s exploration, unwind in your cosy bedroom – the contemporary style room is well-equipped with tea and coffee making facilities plus a TV, while the en suite has everything you need to feel fresh as a daisy in time for dinner.
Start each day with a delicious breakfast in The Breakfast Room. Enjoy a healthy continental or opt for a cooked breakfast from £3.95. Feel free to work up an appetite during the day as a two-course meal awaits you on your first evening. Feast upon traditional pub dishes prepared with fresh local produce before sipping real ale in the homely bar.
Less than two miles away is the bustling town of Hay-on-Wye – also known as the ‘book capital of the world’. Explore its many bookshops before quenching your thirst in a quaint café. For water of a different kind, steer a canoe down the River Wye or simply savour the countryside whilst fishing on its banks. Stroll along one of the many walking routes in the Brecon Beacons National Park, seek out a peaceful picnic spot or drive through the Black Mountains as you take in the sweeping views of this majestic landscape.
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