Llangoed Hall

    There’s ‘birdsong in the air’ and ‘a great atmosphere of peace’ at this ‘glorious’ country house hotel, in large gardens descending to the River Wye, say Guide inspectors. More

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    Llangoed Hall
    Llyswen
    Powys
    LD3 0YP
    Wales
    01874 754525
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    Hotel information

    Bedrooms

    23.

    Open

    all year.

    Facilities

    great hall, morning room, library, bar/lounge, restaurant, billiard room, function rooms, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), civil wedding licence, 23-acre gardens and parkland, unsuitable for disabled.

    Background music

    none.

    Children

    all ages welcomed, only ‘well-behaved children’ in dining room (babysitting can be arranged).

    Dogs

    allowed in bedrooms with £120 professional allergy clean, heated kennels available.

    Credit cards

    Amex, MasterCard, Visa.

    Prices

    [2016] per room B&B £145–£600, D,B&B £250–£750. Four-course table d’hôte menu £75, tasting menus £95–£125.

    Good Hotel Guide Review

    There’s ‘birdsong in the air’ and ‘a great atmosphere of peace’ at this ‘glorious’ country house hotel, in large gardens descending to the River Wye, say Guide inspectors. The Jacobean mansion (Relais & Châteaux) once belonged to Sir Bernard Ashley; his ‘fabulous’ collection of art and antiques is displayed throughout, alongside fresh flowers, open fires and many Laura Ashley prints. Staff are ‘impeccable’: ‘everyone addressed us by name’. Overlooking the valley, traditional bedrooms are supplied with sherry, fresh fruit and water. ‘Spacious and lovely, our deluxe room had a chandelier, a sofa, two big squashy chairs; a claw-footed bath in the bathroom. The canopied bed had been made with blankets and sheets, as we’d requested.’ Chef Nick Brodie’s dinners, well supplied by the organic kitchen garden, are an event (though a guest this year hungered for larger portions). ‘The menus are elaborate and expensive, but the food, such as an exquisite veggie concoction to complement the turbot, was superb. I couldn’t cope with the fancy asparagus starter so asked for a small portion plainly done. “No problem” – and it was delicious.’

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    Llangoed Hall
    Llyswen
    Powys
    LD3 0YP

    Guest comments

    'An absolutely fabulous hotel. We stayed in a suite but when we go back there in August, already booked, we will stay in the next grade down as they are well furnished with sofas etc and then we can spend the savings on champagne!! The food is also great - the tasting menu was one of the best I have eaten. The staff, all local, can't be helpful enough. ' - Sue Winter - January, 2014

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