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Hotel check-in time: 3:00 PM
Hotel check-out time: 11:00 AM
7:30am – 9.30 am Weekdays
8am - 10am Weekends
6.30pm – 8.30pm
1.30pm – 4.00pm 24 hours' notice required
Gentlemen are respectfully requested to wear a jacket during the evening.
Free parking for all residents and non-residents.
Limited – no lift to bedrooms
There are no ground floor rooms and 25 steps to the first floor bedrooms
Infants 0-2 £ 15.00 per child per night including breakfast – travel cots available on request
Children 2 – 12 £ 65.00 per child per night including breakfast – using additional Z beds in the room
Children over 12 will be charged an adult price and will use existing beds
Children under the age of are not permitted in the dining room in the evening, however there is a tasty lounge menu available in the comfortable lounge areas of the hotel
Llangoed Hall is situated in the heart of the beautiful Welsh countryside on the banks of the River Wye. The hotel itself is located within 17 acres of breathtakingly beautiful landscaped gardens. It is a magical setting and the perfect backdrop for celebrating a special occasion. Alongside a working kitchen garden there is also a maze within the grounds that provides endless fun for those brave enough to enter it.
They are proud to say that the hotel has won the following accolades and accreditations in 2016 :
Best for Green Practises award at the 2016 Condé Nast Johansens Awards for Excellence, 29th in The Sunday Times' top 100 UK restaurants at the weekend. Waitrose Good Food Guide's top 50 UK restaurants, achieved a double listing in The Good Hotel Guide 2016 for Great Britain and Ireland and was runner up for the Eco Hotel of the Year at the AA Hospitality Awards.
History of the hotel
From the potential site of the first Welsh parliament in 560AD to being lost in a card game, Llangoed Hall possesses a history as long as it is fascinating.
Llangoed Hall was believed to have been the legendary White Palace, home of the first Welsh parliament. A mansion existed from 1632. It was first in the possession of the MacNamara family having been won in a card game and it stayed with them for two generations until 1847. In 1912 Clough Williams Ellis re-designed the mansion as a country house. Sir Bernard Ashley bought Llangoed Hall in 1987 and opened it as a hotel in 1990.
Llangoed was Clough Williams Ellis first major commission and predates Portmeirion, his renowned Italianate village in North Wales, by over a decade
Single Occupancy Policy
£ 50.00 per night supplement is applicable to single occupancy
The hotel has 2 dedicated doggy-friendly rooms. They know that new places can be overwhelming, exciting and intimidating to our four-legged companions! That's why on arrival your room will be ready with an extra comfy doggy bed, 2 bowls and a few treats to chew away any nerves. The charge for the furry friend in the room is only £25.00 per night.
Alternatively, you can leave your dog, free of charge, in one of the heated kennels, while you enjoy your stay at Llangoed Hall. We also provide a doggy pack to the kennel as well.
All we require is for you to contact our team at the reservation stage, to make sure they have the dog-friendly rooms or kennels available for the required dates.
Dogs are also welcome in the Snooker room or any of the outside areas, where they can join you for a drink.
They can also assist you with plenty of ideas for walks with your dog. The reception team will be more than happy to show you some paths.
They respectfully advise that any damage caused by dogs in the rooms will incur an extra charge.