Good Hotel Guide Review
Between Cardiff and the coast, this well-located hotel has for centuries been the hub of the fashionable market town. The panelled lounge and grill bar (look out for the remains of a medieval fireplace) are a local gathering spot; when the sun’s out, find a table under the courtyard pergola. From light lunches to grill dinners, modern dishes in the bar and atmospheric Cellars restaurant feature Welsh produce. Stay over, like the Plas Llanmihangel gentry did while attending local balls and races: some of the up-to-date bedrooms accommodate a dog or a family. Residents have gym access at a leisure centre nearby. Part of the Town & Country Collective; see also The West House, Llantwit Major (Shortlist entry).
63 High Street
Vale of Glamorgan
33. Some on ground floor, some in annexe, plus self-catering apartments.
lounge/bar, grill/bar, restaurant, in-room TV, civil wedding licence, conference facilities, courtyard, secure bicycle storage, parking.
all ages welcomed.
allowed in bedrooms, bar.
per room B&B £105–£145. À la carte £30.