Llangoed Hall - Brecon52.05127, -3.28619
According to guest reviews, the hotel has been rated as Hotels Recommended by Guests in United Kingdom
Llangoed Hall Guest House features a spectacular view over Black Mountain. This Edwardian-style property was opened in 1632. The facilities of Llangoed Hall Guest House include a luggage storage, a designated smoking area, a safety deposit box, a conference room and a business center.
Brecon Cathedral and Hay Castle along with a valley, woods and a river are easily accessible. The villa is about 10 minutes' walk of Brecon city center. Within 100 meters away, Llangoed Hall Restaurant and Restaurant at Llangoed Hall offer a variety of dishes.
75 km to Cardiff-wales airport.
For a comfortable stay in Brecon this countryside villa features rooms with antique decor as well as central heating, wireless internet, television, a trouser press and artworks. Luxurious rooms feature modern facilities. There are a king size bed, a single bed and a twin bed provided for use. There is an en suite bathroom.
Eat & Drink
At the hotel Llangoed Hall guests are invited to a continental breakfast served for free. The hotel Llangoed Hall provides visitors with a free american breakfast.
Leisure facilities include an indoor swimming pool, a picnic area and a golf course. Guests can benefit from cots and an arcade/game room provided for children.
Wireless internet is available in the entire villa for free.
Private parking is possible on site for free.
Number of rooms: 23.
On-site car park
Express check-in/ -out
Sports & Fitness
- Mountain biking
- Tennis court
- Golf course
- Billiard tables
- Room service
- Car rental
- Bicycle rental
- Dry cleaning
- Wake up service
- Shoe shine service
- Newspaper service
- Bell staff/Porter
- Half board
- Continental breakfast
- Bar/ Lounge area
- Outdoor dining area
- Picnic area/ Tables
- Coffee/Tea in lobby
- Packed lunches
- Special diet menus
- Free breakfast
- Business centre
- Meeting/ Banquet facilities
- Secretarial service
- Board games
- Children's menu
- Children's play area
- Game room
Spa & Leisure
- Indoor swimming pool
- Sun terrace
- Garden area
- Leisure/ TV room
- Spa centre
- Garden view
- Mountain view
- Central heating
- VIP room facilities
- Soundproofed rooms
- Sitting area
- Turndown service
- In-room desk
- Ironing facilities
- Hair dryer
- Free toiletries
- Lighted makeup mirror
- Electric kettle
- Down/Feather pillows
- Flat-screen TV
- Direct dial telephone
- AM/FM alarm clock
- Carpeted floor
Rooms and availability
The staff very helpful on arrival and friendly all through our stay. The food throughout excellent value and the room nice and cosy.
The seting of the Hall was wonderful and the food was excellent.
We did find the hotel quite warm but do understand the need to keep temperature at a certain level
Equisite feel of a country house
the polite and really helpful staff and size of the bedrooms and beutiful set out gardens
The atmosphere of staying in a luxurious private house, with gourmet food to match and unobtrusive but attentive staff.
unobtrusive style and comfort- the pictures- the setting and the food
The accommodations and serenity were a welcomed changed from city driving.
Too formal in some ways, and it was deserted.
The relaxing atmosphere which met you as soon as you entered the hotel. The staff were very professional, helpful and with a friendly attitude toward guests. The whole ambience of the place was like gracious living used to be. Just relax and be waited upon. The location with the views from the windows is quite stunning, especially the fact that a short walk brings you to the banks of the river Wye, splendid for evening walks after a day amongst the beautiful Elan Valley. Hope to visit again before too long.
Not a thing!!
From the moment you arrive the staff are fantastic & the splendour of the surroundings are excellent. The rooms are beautiful & comfortable,with excellent food. Extremley attentive & friendly staff throughout stay.
A lovely location in a beautiful part of the UK. The hotel building is very interesting, a lovely old country house with attractive surrounds. The front of house staff were very polite, friendly and helpful. Our room was very comfortable and large; the same for the en suite bathroom.
The hotel only offered evening dinner at £45 per head of several courses or the ability to have dinner in the Garden Room (when open) or Lounge. The menu for both of the latter was unchanging and the final straw for us was when we were offered that same 'soup of the day' 3 days running! We do not expect this from an hotel holding itself out as being of this standard. I also object to being charged £3.95 for a so called 'Bread Selection' that was meant to be speciality breads and olives (supposedly served as an hors d'oeuvre but which arrived with the main course only after reminding) but in fact consisted of two minute and mediocre rolls of some 6 cms diameter and some paltry olives in balsamic vinegar. At the same meal a salad was served that primarily consisted of chopped green peppers; hardly inspiring. One got the distinct impression that the chef was not interested in anyone not partaking of his/her £45 dinner menu. The Lounge area was also on the cold side although comfortable. Although our room was very comfortable, the bed had sheets and blankets that, personally, I don't like, preferring a duvet. Also, only a hand held shower in the bath, which could not be used properly without spraying water all over the floor. There was also a mix up over room rates. I was give one overall price by Booked.net for our total 3 days stay. What was not shown was that the Thursday and Friday, Saturday rates were different. We asked the hotel if we could stay an extra 4th (Sunday) night at the same daily room rate quoted by Booked.net (assuming this to be 1/3 of the total for the 3 days), which they agreed to. However, what was not made clear was that the room rate for the extra Sunday night was at the higher.weekend rate. I did query this with the hotel by e-mail on my return home but have received no reply. Not impressive. Overall my view is that this is a hotel that is resting on its past reputation and needs attention to detail.
Service, staff attention, food & wine, ambience all excellent; countryside around was beautiful, even if we only saw it in the rain!
Bathroom needing some work - bath surround leaked and having a shower without washing the floor was impossible!
The Hall is a wonderful building, set in stunning grounds, but the friendliness of the welcome really impressed us. It felt like staying with distant (and well-off) family rather than a hotel. Plus, the location is perfect for the Hay Festival.
Everything - this is a well run, service focused Hotel.
Felt like a social club, residents very friendly and relaxed
Grass was overgrown, facilities a bit dated and in need of repair
Expected shower in room but otherwise good