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Nestled in the beautiful Wye Valley right in the heart of Wales, Llangoed Hall dates back to 1632. Set in acres of landscaped gardens and with breath taking views over the surrounding hills and the Black Mountains, the hotel offers you the ultimate in luxury, peace and tranquility. Located on the A470 between Brecon and Builth Wells the hotel is simple to find from Cardiff, Swansea, Abergavenny and of course the Midlands.
Formerly owned by Sir Bernard Ashley, the husband of the late Laura Ashley, each room has been restored to its former glory with rich Elanbach fabrics, original works of art and Sir Bernards personal collection of Whistler sketches. The bedrooms are light and spacious, many with the fantastic views of the countryside, with some boasting feature and four poster beds and sitting areas as well as ensuite bathrooms with cast iron baths and showers, luxurious toiletries and fluffy towels.
The award winning restaurant offers an intimate dining experience with our talented kitchen team using fine local ingredients with some coming no further than our own organic gardens.v
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Total Floors Number: 2
- Total Rooms Number: 23
- Non-Smoking throughout the hotel
- Concierge Desk
- Room Service Not 24hr: Yes
- Non Smoking Rooms
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Iron/Ironing Board
- Complimentary Newspaper
- Laundry/Dry Cleaning Services
- Housekeeping (daily)
- Sofa Beds Children Only: 12
- Cable/Satellite TV channels
- Parking at Hotel Free: Yes
- Pool/Snooker Free: Yes
- Name: Llandrindod Rail Station
- Distance: 17 miles
- Name: CARDIFF AIRPORT
- Distance: 62 miles
- Cots/Cribs Free: Yes
Bar and Restaurant
Breakfast served from
- Saturday/Sunday: 07:00
- Monday to Friday: 07:00
Breakfast served to
- Saturday/Sunday: 10:00
- Monday to Friday: 10:00
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
- Restaurant (Jacket and Tie required)
- Types: Pets accepted on request with hotel
- Cost: £10.00 per night
- Nearest Rail Name: Llandrindod Rail Station Distance: 17 miles
- Nearest Airport Name: Cardiff Airport Distance: 62 miles
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SuperBreak Customer Rating
- Overall: SuperBreak Overall Rating: 5.0 out of 5 based on 1 review
- Sleep: SuperBreak Sleep Rating: 5.0 out of 5
- Breakfast: SuperBreak Breakfast Rating: 5.0 out of 5
- Staff: SuperBreak Staff Rating: 5.0 out of 5
- Location: SuperBreak Location Rating: 5.0 out of 5
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 540 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Best hotel in Wales
Stay Date: 16/08/2016, a customer aged 65+ who stayed in this hotel wrote this review.
I cannot criticise anything about this hotel. Attentive staff; spotless, large well appointed bedroom; great food; beautiful surroundings. One of the very best hotels we have ever stayed in! See more
I cannot criticise anything about this hotel. Attentive staff; spotless, large well appointed bedroom; great food; beautiful surroundings. One of the very best hotels we have ever stayed in! Collapse
Overall Hotel Rating: 5 out of 5
- Destination: 5 out of 5
- Sleep: 5 out of 5
- Breakfast: 5 out of 5
- Staff: 5 out of 5
- Elan Valley: 5 out of 5
- Aberystwyth: 2 out of 5
"AVERAGE - BUT COULD BE AMAZING!"
Stay Date: 11/2016, 1WhiteRose wrote this review.
Set at the end of a long drive and in beautiful countryside Llangoed Hall is an 'old school' country house hotel with a collection of paintings, oak panels, antiques and huge log fires. We spent two nights there during the Hay Winter Weekend. We ha… See more
Set at the end of a long drive and in beautiful countryside Llangoed Hall is an 'old school' country house hotel with a collection of paintings, oak panels, antiques and huge log fires. We spent two nights there during the Hay Winter Weekend. We had stayed in a small double room previously in the North Wing during the Hay Winter Festival a few years ago and this was our return visit. This time we chose a Classic Double Room which appeared to be a similar size to the North Wing room but it had a far larger bathroom with a shower and free standing bath and faced the front driveway. Our room was clean and comfortable although we found the bed a little too firm. We enjoyed dinner in the restaurant on the second night of our stay and our breakfasts on the two mornings. The menus were interesting and the food was good. We did not order wine, as has been commented on by previous reviewers, the prices were far too high! We were offered duck, hen or bantam egg(s) with our breakfast, the French waiters wore white gloves and Brian the MD was very pleasant and attentive. However, there needs to be more attention to detail if this hotel is going to succeed. We had booked a package which included sherry in our room on arrival. We had to request sherry as there was none in our room on arrival. There was confusion at checkout when we were handed a bill for the whole of our stay, when we had already produced a receipt for payment in full on check in. We were of course happy to pay for any extra items we had had. We sat on a sofa in the sitting room prior to our evening meal which had certainly seen better days and it was distinctly uncomfortable and needed replacing. These may seem minor details but with more attention to detail Llangoed Hall could be an amazing place to stay. Collapse
Did not live up to expectations
Stay Date: 11/2016, Natalieadyer wrote this review.
My husband and I recently spent a night at the hotel. Whilst there were some positive points to our stay (cleanliness of the hotel in general, friendly waiting staff) there were also some negative points which we were not expecting- we were not given… See more
My husband and I recently spent a night at the hotel. Whilst there were some positive points to our stay (cleanliness of the hotel in general, friendly waiting staff) there were also some negative points which we were not expecting- we were not given the class of room we reserved (as confirmed by email), there was no complimentary sherry in our room and we were not provided with the complimentary tea, coffee and newspaper requested. Whilst the latter 2 are minor points they are items that are listed as included within the stay and should have been provided. My husband spoke to the manager who informed him that he would investigate the matter and return to us. Unfortunately no response has been received. Given the above matters I would not stay again or recommend, especially as our overnight stay was to celebrate my 30th birthday (which the hotel was aware of as my husband paid for flowers to be delivered to the room). I expected more of Llangoed Hall but was unfortunately disappointed. Collapse
Crazy cost of coffee!
Stay Date: 11/2016, carditraveller wrote this review.
Three of us stopped for a coffee on our way to the RWS Winter Fair. Our waiter served us promptly, bringing a pot of coffee and lovely cups and saucers plus a small jug of hot milk. However the coffee pot was far from full, barely enough for 3 cups. … See more
Three of us stopped for a coffee on our way to the RWS Winter Fair. Our waiter served us promptly, bringing a pot of coffee and lovely cups and saucers plus a small jug of hot milk. However the coffee pot was far from full, barely enough for 3 cups. No complimentary biscuits. The bill was £15 plus a discretionary £1.50 service charge (which we did not pay). We obviously paid and politely told the waiter that £5 per small cup was expensive but of course he could not comment. Whilst the hotel is in a lovely setting etc how on earth can they justify charging such embarrassing prices for coffee and other drinks! If the prices were lower they would attract more callers. Collapse
Very enjoyable weekend away
Stay Date: 11/2016, Jeremy R wrote this review.
Had a very enjoyable night away at Llangoed Hall. OK the rather nice crisp but sunny weather certainly helped but the hotel itself is set in a stunning setting, the dining room, hallways and drawing rooms are beautifully furnished and very impressive… See more
Had a very enjoyable night away at Llangoed Hall. OK the rather nice crisp but sunny weather certainly helped but the hotel itself is set in a stunning setting, the dining room, hallways and drawing rooms are beautifully furnished and very impressive and the staff and service were top notch. The view from our room was fabulous and it was very much up to date in terms of the bathroom and furnishings. The food at dinner was amongst the best we have recently experienced at any establishment. Only negative comment (as the previous reviewer has noted) was the price of drinks which are frankly absurd. For the cheapest bottle of wine to be priced at £60 is stupid; they should be providing a decent house wine for £25 a bottle and I would think they would sell triple the amount! But overall, we had a great stay and would definitely return. Collapse
Luxurious but some comments to make
Stay Date: 11/2016, Val R wrote this review.
We had a 2 night Classic Welsh Getaway and we're delighted with our first impression on arrival. Our bedroom (12) was spacious, the bathroom exceptional and glorious views over the gardens. The sherry decanter and complimentary water was a welcome ad… See more
We had a 2 night Classic Welsh Getaway and we're delighted with our first impression on arrival. Our bedroom (12) was spacious, the bathroom exceptional and glorious views over the gardens. The sherry decanter and complimentary water was a welcome addition. We were surprised to discover there was no bar but as butler service was provided this caused no concerns. We spent the next hour or so in the Billiard Room reading but it was when we decided to have a drink prior to dressing for dinner that our spirits literally dropped! Looking at the drinks menu in the lounge we discovered that a small (125 ml) glass of even house wine was a minimum of £9 and upwards depending on the wine chosen. This is 3-4 times the cost of a similar glass in any pub. On investigating the option of a whole bottle the prices were nothing less than £30. As for my husbands pint of beer, local brew was £5. Whilst we had no intention of drinking to excess I'm sure we are not unusual of our age group who enjoy more than the 'recommended daily intake' and would happily have ordered drinks before, during and after dinner had the prices been more reasonable. Post-prandial whiskies were eye-watering! Perhaps aimed too much at the Japanese market? The hotel seemed to have focussed mainly on organic or bio-diverse brands of wine which inevitably increases the price but we would have been more than happy with a decent choice at at decent price, not a selection from £30 and upwards per bottle. The evening meal was as expected in a hotel of this standard, however, we were disappointed on the second night that there was no 'lighter choice' available except room service. We would have liked to have been able to eat downstairs at a table. However, we must compliment the cheeseboard which was exceptional. We enjoyed our stay but would not return or recommend to our like-minded friend. Collapse
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