Escape to Llangoed Hall, a wonderfully elegant and historic country house hotel situated in the beautiful Wye Valley; with a dramatic backdrop of the Brecon Beacon mountains and afar. It offers the quintessential Edwardian country house experience, surrounded by exquisite Welsh countryside.
This hotel boasts a Three AA Rosette Restaurant, named one of the top 50 UK restaurants. The kitchen team are led by the talented Head chef, Nick Brodie who featured in the Good Food Guide, and his won many accolades and awards. Almost all of the ingredients are locally sourced, with fruit and vegetables being homegrown and collected from the hotel's own organic garden.
Dating back 1632, Llangoed Hall features a rich history behind it. All 23 rooms are individually designed, with some featuring four-poster beds, designer fabrics and furnished with antiques.
There are a plentiful range of local attractions and activities available, including country pursuits such as archery, fishing, falconry and mountain biking. Venture out into the majestic Welsh countryside, offering idllyic walks in the Wye Valley and the mountainous Brecon Beacons. Brecon in particular, is a highly popular tourist destination for it's spectacular peaks and distinctive landscape; only recently has it become the fifth destnation in the world to be granted Dark Sky Reserve status.
Free parking available for hotel guests.
WiFi is available throughout the hotel and is free charge.
Breakfast is served between 7.30am and 9.30am.
Evening meals are available from 7.00pm and 9.00pm.
Pets are allowed on request at £25.00 extra charge
*Please note there are two dedicated dog-friendly rooms at this hotel
Brecon Beacons National Park
Pen Y Fan
Blaen Llynfi Castle
Directions from Severn Bridge
After crossing the Severn Bridge (old or new) continue on the M4 until junction 24. Leave the motorway here and take the A449 towards Monmouth for approximately 13 miles. Then take the A40 to Abergavenny, passing the Raglan Castle on the right hand side. When you come to a roundabout on the outskirts of Abergavenny, follow the signs for Brecon, still on the A40.
Approximately 7 miles out of Abergavenny you will come to the village of Crickhowell and after another 3-4 miles you will come to the Cider Mill restaurant and a turning on the right hand side signposted to Builth Wells (A479/A470)
Turn right here and continue on this mountain road for approximately 13 miles to the village of Talgarth. Keep following the signs for Builth Wells on the A470 (you will also go through the village of Bronllys) and after approximately 4 miles you will come to the village of Llyswen. From Llyswen continue North on the A470 towards Builth Wells and Llangoed Hall is approximately one mile out of the village of Llyswen on the right hand side. We have a sign at the top of the drive.
Nearest Station - Abergavenny train station: 24.1 Miles
Nearest Airport - Cardiff: 62.9