The Allt B&B

Granted Ambassador status by the Brecon Beacons National Park

The Allt, named after the the prominent ridge, Allt- Yr-Esgair, that guards the beautiful and fertile Usk Valley, is known to have been built before 1706. It is in an ideal location for walkers and cyclists who wish to explore the many wonderful paths, trails and routes in the Brecon Beacons National Park. The Taff Trail, the Beacons Way and the Usk Valley Walk. It is also ideal for canoeists on the Usk. An outstanding view of the Usk Valley is from the top of the Allt-yr-Esgair

One of our doubles has a full-size fully-equipped bathroom with bath and shower cubicle. Our Family Room has a double bed and a single bed with room for an additional single bed if required. We also have, rare for this area, two single rooms.

The Allt has a separate dining-room with an English Walnut dining room suite by Graham Amey. All the tableware is from the Portmeirion range. There is an fine selection of artworks including originals; one of there is 'The Allt' by Gillian Macdonald.

The house has full central heating with a recently-installed Stovax Wood-burning boiler stove. We have also installed two large hot-water cylinders so that there is never a shortage of hot water; great for those tired limbs.

There is a 1-acre garden round the house with a deck overlooking Talybont-on-Usk. The Allt Woodlands extend along the left bank of the Usk providing our guests with an opportunity to explore the local flora and fauna.

We pride ourselves on giving our guests the warmest of welcomes. There is a collection of maps, leaflets and guidebooks relating to the areas freely available. There's only one rule: Make yourself at home!

The warmest of welcomes awaits you

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The Allt B&B
Llansantffraed Talybont-on-Usk Powys LD3 7YF Wales
phone: 01874 676310 fax:

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