Welcome to Westwood Park Hotel
A traditional pub and bed and breakfast situated in Welshpool, a bustling market town in Powys.
Whether you are visiting friends or relatives, exploring the area or enjoying some of the beautiful Welsh countryside’s most scenic walks, you are assured of a warm and friendly welcome at the Westwood.
Formerly a coaching inn, Westwood Park has been lovingly developed by landlords Tich and Diane who have transformed the property into a thriving bed and breakfast, while retaining a traditional atmosphere. Since taking over in 2006, Tich and Diane have added two new double en-suite rooms, bringing the total number of rooms to seven.
Together, the couple have more than 15 years’ experience in the pub trade and customer service industry, which they have combined with their love for the local area to create a warm and homely bed and breakfast renowned for its friendly, welcoming approach to locals and guests alike.
Westwood Park provides an excellent base for walkers on the popular Offa’s Dyke Footpath, Glyndwr Way and Severn Way, as well as motorcyclists or those wishing to pursue fishing, hunting and other country pastimes. After an exciting day experiencing the delights of the Powys countryside, guests can relax in the Westwood’s comfortable bar area, which has a pool table, dart board and juke box, or the quieter lounge area which is ideal for reading, chatting or simply unwinding. During summer weather guests are able to use a large beer garden, and WIFI is available free of charge.
The Westwood has been host to several motorbike meets and currently boasts 11 different pub teams which contribute to the warm, friendly atmosphere which puts bed and breakfast guests at ease and keeps them coming back time and time again.
The landlady Diane is a keen motorcyclist and owns a Fireblade 400. We can offer fellow motorcyclists a secure area to park overnight, which is covered by CCTV, and we can recommend local onward driving routes.
The Westwood is open at 4pm Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, and from midday Friday, Saturday and Sunday.