Character pervades this historic old farmhouse with oak beams, plank and
muntin wall panels, and spiral stone staircase.
There are two en-suite rooms, one with double bed and single bed, one with
double bed, single bed and an extra pull-out bed for families.
Tea and coffee in the rooms, of course.
You won't need lunch after Lynn's super breakfast of big fat, locally made sausages.
Guests have been talking about this for years!
The hens provide fresh eggs for breakfast.
The windows look out over Bruce and Lynn's fields with their herd of milking cows
and Welsh Mountain sheep.
Lower Stanton Farmhouse is just outside the village of Llanvihangel Crucorney
on the road which leads to Llanthony Priory and eventually winds its way through
Gospel Pass to Hay-on-Wye.
Just close enough to walk to the pub for an evening meal, provided you are a good
walker and you bring a torch!
Quotes from the Visitors' Book
"Fantastic place, we weren't expecting the oak beams and spiral staircase. Huge
breakfasts, and the sausages were done to a turn."
"Very comfortable and relaxing stay. Friendly advice for a lovely meal at The Crown
and great breakfast which should give us the energy for a 12 mile walk!!"
"An amazing spot with such a friendly welcome. Thanks."
Mr and Mrs S, Norfolk
"Fabulous B&B! Comfortable and welcoming - home from home."
"Our 4th stay here. Never less than brilliant. What we have learnt about farming,
especially dairy, is amazing. Thanks."
Mr and Mrs M, Dorchester