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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 554 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
Stay Date: 01/2017, Tracie U wrote this review.
My daughters purchased an overnight stay in this hotel as a relaxing evening away for my partner and myself as a Christmas gift. They paid £175 and put an additional £100 towards the cost of dinner. The hotel and surrounding area was very beautiful… See more
My daughters purchased an overnight stay in this hotel as a relaxing evening away for my partner and myself as a Christmas gift. They paid £175 and put an additional £100 towards the cost of dinner. The hotel and surrounding area was very beautiful, our room was of very high standard. The hotel was very quiet and lacked any atmosphere however as we were happy to have a quiet weekend this suited us. The food excelled in every way and we were not sorry we opted for the 4 course menu that was worth every penny of the £75 a head if your foodies like us. Prior to checking out we calculated we had spent about £100 over the £100 the children had paid ahead for us. when checking out we were presented with an invoice for the full amount showing us how much the children had paid for the room, the full cost of dinner an overcharge of £38 for a glass of wine . The receptionist did little to pacify us and we had to ask the children to send us all the receipts for what had been paid, this disappointed them as being a gift they did not want us to know how much they paid. We had a nice time but it was spoiled by having to sort out the mess with the bill on departure coupled with the fact the hotel did nothing to redress this. Collapse
What a Superb meal!!!
Stay Date: 01/2017, Deanna D wrote this review.
We are here at Llangoed for my birthday. (79 yrs) And an absolutely superb meal by the Head Chef Nick Brodie Every mouthful was different . From the Foie Gras to the Venison to a deconstructed lemony meringue. £75 a head for 4 courses but just… See more
We are here at Llangoed for my birthday. (79 yrs) And an absolutely superb meal by the Head Chef Nick Brodie Every mouthful was different . From the Foie Gras to the Venison to a deconstructed lemony meringue. £75 a head for 4 courses but just as good as meals we have had in London or anywhere ( and it was my birthday) The room was stifling hot last night but we turned the radiator down and all is well tonight ( I hope). The bathroom needs a handrail by the bath for us oldies Collapse
Stay Date: 01/2017, nico333cham wrote this review.
A disappointing visit to the most beautiful hall. We recently called into the hall on bank holiday Monday 2 nd January 2017, we had not booked but it was 1.35pm and the signage at the bottom of the drive advertised lunch. We were greeted by a member … See more
A disappointing visit to the most beautiful hall. We recently called into the hall on bank holiday Monday 2 nd January 2017, we had not booked but it was 1.35pm and the signage at the bottom of the drive advertised lunch. We were greeted by a member of staff, and asked them were they serving lunch,the lady member of staff said she would go and check if lunch was still available. After about 5 minutes,she came back and said it was too late for lunch,but coffee was an option, so we decided to partake. After we had finished our coffee, two ladies in riding attire,came into the drawing room and asked the same question as we had, to our amazement they were told that lunch was still available. We were totally bewildered how they could decide when and whom to serve lunch too. We were so disappointed as we had travelled up from Swansea to visit the hall on a neighbours recommendation. Collapse
beautiful elegant hotel and a wonderful family pre christmas stay
Stay Date: 12/2016, sancerrecardiff wrote this review.
My husband and I used to stay at Llangoed Hall frequently before we had a family and have very fond memories of lovely weekends there. The week before Christmas, our family of six, with four children aged between 12 and 20, their grandmother, two aun… See more
My husband and I used to stay at Llangoed Hall frequently before we had a family and have very fond memories of lovely weekends there. The week before Christmas, our family of six, with four children aged between 12 and 20, their grandmother, two aunties and uncle and pup stayed at Llangoed Hall for a pre Christmas treat. The bedrooms are absolutely exquisite, all of them decorated beautifully, warm as toast and all with glorious views. Interestingly, we actually preferred the teenagers bedrooms to our Deluxe master suite - all a matter of taste of course but this reflects just how beautiful all the rooms are whatever their size.. We all had a fantastic cream tea, warm scones, clotted cream and homemade jam in front of the roaring fire, before taking a walk in the lovely grounds with the pup. Then it was Champagne and drinks by the fire before dinner. The Set Menu was exquisite but it is very definitely fine dining and while exceptionally accomplished and delicious, it didn't give an alternative for those preferring a more simple menu, which was a shame for the teenagers and those with smaller appetites. The room is as I remember it from years ago, intimate and elegant with huge windows overlooking the grounds, and we felt the pianist was a lovely touch. Breakfast the next day was really excellent and perfect for everyone. We also managed to squeeze in Sunday lunch and again, this was excellent and while and beautifully presented and perfectly executed, it was much less formal than the evening dining menu which meant there was something for everyone to enjoy. The staff at the hotel were brilliant and nothing was too much trouble. Despite my five star review I feel it is important to be honest and it really is a shame that despite advertising itself as dog friendly there is a 130 charge for dogs to stay overnight. There is a complimentary heated kennel but it in completely unsuitable for a much loved family pet as it is set well away from the main building and is rather bleak. I would imagine that most responsible pet owners would make sure their pet was completely house trained before taking it away to a lovely hotel and would expect to keep it away from public areas. Our room was left as perfectly as we found it and I feel 130 was really unreasonable in our case. Lesson learned and we wouldn't take her the next time. Overall though, I have to say that Llangoed Hall is a truly beautiful and well managed hotel with an exceptionally efficient hardworking and friendly team who deserve praise for making sure our weekend was very special. Memories are made of family weekends like this, and we hope to return very soon. Collapse
Needs to do better to maintain it's accolades
Stay Date: 10/2016, Ashley C wrote this review.
This has all the air of being a very well run hotel in a wonderful location. However it would seem that the staff have to double and treble up their roles, with the result that those serving are not necessarily cleanly turned out or trained for the… See more
This has all the air of being a very well run hotel in a wonderful location. However it would seem that the staff have to double and treble up their roles, with the result that those serving are not necessarily cleanly turned out or trained for the duties they are undertaking. Having traveled with a group, it would appear that the hotel had obviously not been fully occupied for a while, the bedrooms were unbelievably cold on arrival and our beautifully appointed room full of flies at the windows. A call to room service for a can of Fly killer yielded no response. The agreed Afternoon Tea turned out to be a luke warm cup of tea which for those who had come some long distance was not a good start to their stay. Make sure you are totally aware of what you are ordering in the way of drinks, so that there are no horrendously expensive surprises added to your bill when settling your account before departure. There is a difference between well presented as opposed to over fussy food, sadly their cuisine came into the latter. Collapse
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