Booking terms & conditions
Our current tariff and availability can be checked without commitment by entering dates on the Book Online section.
Prices quoted are per room and include full Welsh Breakfast.
Please note that best prices are available by reserving your room directly from our website, prices may be higher if you reserve with other online agents or by phone.
Single Occupancy, There is one single room at Aberllynfi House, alternatively, during low season we may be able to offer you a single occupancy rate in a double room.
Children: We can accommodate a child (under 12) in our super-king/twin room @£15 per night, this room is set apart from our other rooms and has a private bathroom. We are unable to offer family accommodation in our other rooms. Older children are welcome in their own room.
A minimum of a two night stay may apply during our peak season and public holidays.
Payments and deposits.
Accepted payment methods
Cancellation Policy (excluding Hay Festival)
book your accommodation you are entering into a legally binding
contract, Should you cancel or curtail this reservation for any
reason prior to your arrival you will be liable for a
cancelation charge up to the total cost of your reservation. You
may wish to insure your break against cancellation or
curtailment when arranging your travel insurance.
In the event of a 'no show' or reduction in stay duration (after arrival) the full cost of the booking will be charged
Bookings made through 3rd party websites, or for Hay Festival are subject to the cancellation terms and conditions stated at the time of booking.
Where a customer uses a credit or debit card to secure their booking, that card will be pre-authorised for payment, but payment will not be taken until check out.
Prices quoted for offers are for direct reservations only and may not available through agents, such as expedia.com or booking.com.
Only one special offer can be used at a time and cannot be used in conjunction with discount vouchers.
Unless specified, Special Offers are not available during Hay Festival, Christmas & Easter holidays.