Black Mountain Lodge, Three Cocks

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The Black Mountain lodge is a 4 star Visit Wales bed & breakfast comprising three buildings, the Lodge, the Barn & the Annex, a stone courtyard connects all three buildings.

The Lodge which, during the 1800’s was an old stable, has six individually unique and charming en-suite bedrooms with stone walls, oak beams and original loophole windows that are decorated to a high standard with Flatscreen TV’s, Eco-essential toiletries and Tea & Coffee making facilities. WiFi is available in the Lodge

The Barn has been recently renovated with four superior spacious en-suite bedrooms, all designed to a modern standard while still holding a glimpse of the former 19th century building with old oak beams and original large barn windows overlooking the grounds. These superior rooms are complimented with Flatscreen freeview TV’s, Eco-essential toiletries and Tea & Coffee Making Facilities.

The Annex is the oldest of all three buildings, dating back to the 1700’s. It has three budget rooms which are simple and fresh, two of which have a shared bathroom and one with an en-suite. The rooms have Tea & Coffee making facilities, Eco-essential toiletries and a shared cosy T.V lounge with limited sky channels. The budget rooms may have a no-frills approach but they certainly do not lack in character and charm with aged wooden beams and stone walls throughout and a traditional wood fireplace in the TV lounge..

All rooms are provided with fresh towels and toiletries.


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