The Half Moon Inn is a privately run pub/b&b in Llanthony in the Black mountains, Wales. This is right on the Beacons Way and a good place to stop for the night.If heading west to east this should be your last night on the trail.
When I stayed there the rooms were basic with tea and coffee facilities, there is no wifi or tv due to the location in a valley. None of the rooms are en-suite but there are communal facilities available.
The staff were very friendly and gave me a warm greeting on my arrival and I was shown to my room and given the door codes. After unpacking, showering and putting the gadgets on charge I headed down to the bar for a well earned pint. The bar area was very clean and the locals friendly. There are options for an evening meal and its worth checking to see what is on the menu as the food was very nice.
Included in the price is breakfast and that includes a cooked breakfast as well as continental breakfast. The staff knowing I was going out walking for the day gave me an extra large portion which was very nice (almost ended up eating too much!)
Personally I felt the Half Moon Inn to be overpriced for what you are getting, the room rates on the website are £45 per night for a single or £65 a night for a double/twin. Out of season there are some offers available if you are staying more than one night. For more information or booking you can visit their website.