Llangoed Hall

FORMERLY KNOWN locally as Llangoed Castle, the Hall is set in 17 acres of garden and parkland in the valley of the River Wye, nine miles west of the picturesque Hay-on-Wye.

One of the individually designed bedrooms
One of the individually designed bedrooms

FORMERLY KNOWN locally as Llangoed Castle, the Hall is set in 17 acres of garden and parkland in the valley of the River Wye, nine miles west of the picturesque Hay-on-Wye.

In 1987, Sir Bernard Ashley (former Chairman of Laura Ashley PLC and founder of Elanbach, the textile design company) bought the property and restored the hall to its former glory. Since opening as a luxury country house hotel in June 1990, Llangoed Hall has achieved many accolades and tributes and is now one of the finest hotels in Wales.

The hotel has 23 en-suite bedrooms, each one individually designed using co-ordinating fabrics from Elanbach and touches such as antique 17th-century mirrors and cast iron baths, offering magnificent views of the gardens and spectacular Black Mountains.

Llangoed’s restaurant is one of the principal reasons for staying here with its excellent cuisine. Head Chef, Sean Ballington is a firm believer in fresh, local produce such as Welsh Black Beef and Local Radnorshire Lamb.

Whether you choose to read the papers by the fire, play snooker in the library or enjoy a glass of wine on the terrace, this is the perfect venue for any occasion.

Details

  • Location
    Situated on the banks of the River Wye in mid Wales with views over the Black Mountains

  • Special Features
    Work by artists such as Whistler, Sickert and Augustus John adorn the hotel interior

  • Attractions
    Near the world-renowned book centre Hay-on-Wye

  • Awards/Recognition
    The first hotel in Wales to be awarded five-stars and a two-rosette restaurant

Llangoed Hall, Llyswen, Brecon, Powys, Mid Wales LD3 0YP

Tel: +44 (0)1874 754525 or visit www.llangoedhall.com

 

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