Y Star Inn

Dylife, Llanbrynmair, Powys, Mid Wales, SY19 7BW

Y Star Inn, Llanbrynmair is a traditional 17th century drovers' inn, offering a great selection of food, ales and wine as well as 8 style en-suite bedrooms as guest house/bed and breakfast accommodation.

Y Star Inn is located an hour and a half from Snowdonia and only an hour from Cader Idris and the Cambrian mountains which are a wonderful place to explore and climb.

After an active day, relax in front of one of the wood burners in the bar or the relaxing cwtch area. Y Star Inn also provides horse stabling with 4 acres of pasture, camping facilities and wild camping opportunities. Motor homes are welcome. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout and all rooms have a television and an en-suite bathroom.

Room Rates: -

Twin rooms GBP120
Double GBP90
King size GBP100
Family room GBP140
Super king GBP110

All rates include full Welsh breakfast
Set high in the beautiful Montgomeryshire countryside, The Star Inn is an old 17th century drovers' inn. This traditional country pub and guesthouse offers a warm Welsh welcome and a tranquil setting to dine, drink and stay.

Uniquely located next to the historical lead mine village of Dylife, we are a family run business offering a great selection of wines, ales and spirits. Our extensive food menu is created from locally sourced produce to ensure freshness and quality. We welcome all well-behaved pooches in the lower bar who will enjoy walking in the vicinity.

Located on the scenic and well-established walking routes of Glyndwr's Way and Cambrian Way, it is a perfect stop-over for walking enthusiasts. Cyclists can enjoy No8 Sustrans-approved route, and the The Trans-Cambrian Way Mountain Bike trail and horse riders experience the Great Dragon Ride, William Morgan and the Prince Llewellyn Way.
Accommodation Amenities
  • Children Welcome
  • Parking
  • WiFi


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