Brecon Beacons: Two Night Stay For Two With Welsh Breakfast and Cakes Each Day for £99 at the 4* Soar Chapel Guest House (Up to 50% Off)
- 4* converted chapel guesthouse
- Dates back to 1851
- Restaurant uses fresh local produce wherever possible
- Scenic Brecon Beacons location
- Double or twin room
- Welsh breakfast served daily
- Fresh Welsh cakes each day
- Dinner available at an extra cost
- Valid for stay from July to September or October to December
Valid 13 July to 30 September or 1 October to 21 December 2012.
Booking required by phone: +441495305154, or by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Non-cancellable once confirmed.
Check-in from 2pm; check-out by 11am.
Check-out after 11am will incur a surcharge of £15.
Children aged 10 or under may stay free of charge.
Children aged 11 or older may stay with breakfast for a supplement of £15 per night.
An additional adult may stay with breakfast for a supplement of £45 per night.
Only 1 extra guest allowed.
All surcharges to be paid at time of booking.
Dinner available for a supplement.
Original value based on guest house rack rate.
Original values verified 4 July 2012 at 3.58pm.
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Resting between the valley climbs and hotchpotch houses of a former industrial town, the Soar Chapel Guest House offers a chic sanctuary amid the mountainous wilds, sleepy villages, and cultural hotspots of the Brecon Beacons.
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Two night stay for two from July to September or October to December
In a double or twin room with a Welsh breakfast each morning and fresh Welsh cakes each day
Dating back to 1851, this converted chapel offsets its historic character with a trove of modern four star facilities and a warmly laidback ambience. The Soar Chapel Guest House cultivates earthy appetites with rustic Welsh cuisine at its homely restaurant, where locally sourced produce is expertly employed wherever possible.
Dig up some historical gems with a 15-minute pootle to the Big Pit National Coal Museum, where the operational workings of a former mine provide hands-on insights into local heritage. Move from this subterranean museum to more altitudinous attractions and hop aboard the Brecon Mountain Railway, which offers a unique view of the evergreen vistas from within the observation coaches of a restored vintage locomotive. For similarly scenic treats, take an amble through the heather-patched meadows of the Silent Valley Nature Reserve, and snap up some photos of the Green Woodpeckers, Pied Flycatchers, and skittish Redstarts which populate this rich wetland.
- Double or twin room with en suite, television, DVD player, and Wi-Fi
- Welsh breakfast of bacon, eggs, sausages, beans, mushrooms, black pudding, and fresh tomato each morning
- Tray of Welsh cakes each day
- Evening dinner available for an extra cost
- One extra guest may stay for an extra cost
Train: Low-cost journeys are available from London Paddington, Cardiff Central, Glasgow Central, Manchester Piccadilly, and Birmingham New Street.
Car: Ebbw Vale is reachable by following the M4 westward and changing onto the A4042 at Junction 25A. Alternatively, take the M5 southward and change onto the M50 at Junction 8, continuing until it becomes the A40. Follow the A40 onto the A4047 and follow signs for Ebbw Vale.
The woods of the Brecon Beacons are renowned as a prime area for mushroom-picking, but fungi-hunters should be sure to take a reliable guide to help avoid harmful toadstools.
The Soar Chapel Guest House was awarded 4.5/5 stars on TripAdvisor.
Rooms are beautiful & stylish and the whole design of the house is like if someone has really put his/her soul into this place. For the breakfast I've chosen pancakes with yoghurt & honey & vanilla: seems to be so simple, but was also sooo delicious!
– mirk-mirk, TripAdvisor, May 2012
The building and the rooms themselves have been converted beautifully and the owners provided us with a lovely warm welcome. We would recommend it to anyone.
– JSMLondon, TripAdvisor, August 2011