Pwll-y-Faedda Bed and Breakfast
Our B&B in Erwood just 10 minutes from the Royal Welsh
Get in Touch
We only open our house to B&B for the Royal Welsh Show and the Royal Welsh Winter Fair. If you have any questions we would love to hear from you.
Send us an email and we will normally respond within a few hours.
Who knew phones could do more than just Facebook and WhatsApp; apparently you can actually speak to people with them! Feel free to call Heather on 07766 726990 with any questions.
Pwll-y-Faedda is just outside the village of Erwood and a 10 minute drive along the A470 from Builth Wells.
Answers to common questions
We’ve compiled a list of answers to common questions.
- What is available for lunch and dinner?
We highly recommend the local pub, the Wheelwright Arms, for great service, fantastic food and a really friendly local crowd who will always welcome new visitors.
The pub is a 2 minute drive or 15 minute walk away. We often walk but it’s not for the faint-hearted as there is no pavement for much of the way. Therefore we are happy to offer a free drop-off to the Wheelwrights and can arrange for either ourselves or one of the pub staff to bring you back later in the evening… if the latter then a little petrol money to the staff would always be appreciated.
- Do you have rooms free on such and such a date?
Our online availability checker is updated in real time and always has the most up to date room information. We are only open for Bed & Breakfast during a select few weeks of the year.
- What is the parking situation?
Parking is free. We have two specific parking areas alongside the driveway for up to eight cars and plenty of space in the courtyard in front of the house if needed.
- How far from the Royal Welsh Show?
We are just 6 miles from the Royal Welsh Showground main public “South 1” car park. The journey is via a single road, the A470, and typically takes just 8 minutes.
- How far from the Hay Festival?
We are just under 12 miles away from the Hay Festival. The journey is a straightforward route, well signposted once you get near Hay on Wye and typically takes just 17 minutes.