Llangoed Hall

Deep in the Wye valley, this privately owned 17th-century manor house stands in ‘a great atmosphere of peace’, overlooking green meadows leading to the river. More

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Llangoed Hall
Llyswen
Powys
LD3 0YP
Wales
01874 754525

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

[2017] per room B&B £175–£650. Four-course table d’hôte menu £75, tasting menus £75–£95.

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Good Hotel Guide Review

Deep in the Wye valley, this privately owned 17th-century manor house stands in ‘a great atmosphere of peace’, overlooking green meadows leading to the river. After a spell as an Edwardian country house, it was opened as a hotel by Sir Bernard Ashley; his ‘fabulous collection’ of art and antiques still sits among Laura Ashley’s characteristic prints. All is ‘pleasant and comfortable’ – an atmosphere encouraged by ‘impeccable staff’. There are fresh flowers and open fires; afternoon tea is served on gold-leaf china; in the organic kitchen garden, chickens and ducks peck and rustle. ‘Lovely bedrooms’ are ‘faultlessly decorated’ (‘like a bedroom in a luxurious country house’) and supplied with fresh fruit, bottled waters and a decanter of sherry. Hot drinks and a newspaper are brought to the room in the morning. Try the ‘delicious scones’ at teatime, but save room for dinner. ‘The food is elaborate and expensive, but superb.’ Chef Nick Brodie’s tasting menus (including one for vegetarians) showcase Welsh produce in modern dishes such as turbot, seaweed, mussel butter, romanesco; venison, barley, cabbage, cauliflower. Stroll to the river in the morning: ‘Birdsong fills the air.’

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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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