Situated in Crickhowell, this bed & breakfast is within 2 mi (3 km) of Crickhowell Castle, Old Market Hall, and Tretower Court & Castle. Tretower Castle & Court and Usk Priory Church of St Mary are also within 6 mi (10 km).
The Glangrwyney Court is a privately owned Grade ll listed Georgian Country House offering luxury 5 star accommodation on the edge of the beautiful Brecon Beacons and Black Mountains. 33 Acres of parkland and 4 acres of gardens gives the ideal base for a relaxing country retreat. Glangrwyney Court dates back to approximately 1800 with typical Palladian architecture. The cantilevered staircase is of special interest and the view from the curved window over the gardens and Black Mountains beyond is inspiring. Guests can relax in the cosy sitting room in front of the roaring log fire during winter months. The lounge, along with every room in the house, is tastefully decorated and furnished with period pieces while the honesty bar is to be found in the library, where there is a wide selection of books available and it is possible to take a few quiet moments away from it all. /p The accommodation comprises eight bedrooms in the Main House and one further ground floor bedroom in the Garden Courtyard, all of which have been sympathetically refurbished to provide exclusive guest rooms with all possible comforts. This becomes evident the moment you arrive and step into the homely and welcoming atmosphere. All rooms are fully equipped with TV & DVD Players, Hairdryers, Clock Radios, Premium Toiletries, Fluffy Bath Towels, Robes and Tea/Coffee facilities. /p Glangrwyney Court offers guests a well prepared, traditional Breakfast to start the day. With tea and fresh coffee, it is the ideal way to prepare for an adventure filled day exploring the beauty of the surrounding regions. The house does not have a restaurant, but staff will be happy to advise you on one of the highly recommended restaurants to be found nearby in Crickhowell. The tree lined drive forming the approach to the house reveals the first glimpse of the magnificent listed gardens, including ancient Magnolia s and Acers along with an abundance of shrubs and plants. Each season offers interest and enjoyment to the gardening enthusiast. On a summers evening relax on the patio with a glass of wine or in winter wrap up and walk the gardens before settling down in front of the log fire. Croquet, Boules and an all weather Tennis Court is available on site while Fishing, Shooting and Pony Trekking can easily be arranged locally, giving you a wide choice of pursuits to enjoy in the area. /p There is an enormous choice for walkers in the immediate area, where the Brecon Beacons National Park and Black Mountains offer tremendous hill-walking possibilities and the Brecon/Pontypool canal provides gentle walking along the towpath. The area affords visitors with peace and serenity, nestled amidst the awe inspiring and relaxing surroundings, however the major cities of Cardiff and Bristol are within an hour s drive, giving a sense of convenience to the location.
Enjoy your visit to Crickhowell with a stay at Gliffaes Country House Hotel. After visiting the outdoor tennis court for a workout, you can grab a bite to eat at the restaurant or unwind with a drink at the bar/lounge. Other highlights at this upscale hotel include a terrace and a garden.
When visiting Crickhowell, The Bear Hotel, Crickhowell is a great choice to consider. You can unwind with a drink at the bar/lounge, and the restaurant is the perfect spot to grab a bite to eat. Other highlights at this historic hotel include a garden, and rooms offer room service and premium bedding.
When visiting Crickhowell, Dragon Inn Crickhowell is a great choice to consider. Guests can visit the outdoor tennis court for a workout or grab a bite to eat at The Dragon Inn, which serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. There are 2 bars/lounges and a terrace, and rooms at this upscale inn offer flat-screen TVs and premium bedding.
The Old Rectory is a stylish hotel situated in Llangattock, in the heart of the Brecon Beacons National Park. It is the perfect location for a relaxing break or for an activity holiday with walking, cycling, caving, fishing and riding all available nearby and the hotel also has its own onsite 9-hole golf course. The small town of Crickhowell with its shops and pubs is a pleasant ten minute walk away. The hotel is situated in a quiet location with ample parking onsite provided free of charge. The hotel grounds are also adjacent to the Monmouthshire-Brecon canal which is perfect for an evening stroll. /p The Old Rectory dates back to the 16th century and was once home to the celebrated poet Henry Vaughan in the days when young gentlemen were sent to live with a Rector for a full education. Our head chef David Chamberlain is making a name for himself in the area, using locally sourced ingredients to produce top quality meals in the award winning restaurant. A good range of bar snacks are also available. David is due to appear on TV in March 2015 in a new Alex Polizzi series For Hire. /p Due to its age and design, all the 24 rooms at the hotel have individual character and range from simple single rooms to deluxe suites each tastefully furnished. There is also a room with a waterbed for the adventurous! /p The hotel has come under new management in January 2015. The management team are committed to maintaining and improving on the already high standards of quality and service for which the hotel is known, to ensure the perfect visit for all our guests.
Pros: On a very cold and snowy night we were warmly welcomed and immediately checked in. Our room was in a part of the hotel being refurbished so was not ensuite - however we had a bathroom very close by which we did not have to share with other guests. We were offered alternative rooms if we wished but chose to stay in the original room.
Cons: The room was a bit cool but it was a very cold night. The manager turned the heating up as high as possible.
Pros: I stayed at The Park whilst working at the Ryder Cup meaning that I left every day before 6.00am and returned after 8.00pm in the evening. The Staff always offered a warm welcome when I returned and were very helpful in providing a packed lunch instead of Breakfast ready fro me when I left - sometimes as early as 4.30am.
Cons: I have to admit that the internet -which was free - was a little slow!!
Pros: The rooms were excellent, the food was good and the service was helpful and personal.
Pros: The room was very spacious & very clean. The restaurant is really lovely wirh a large selection of meals. Staff is wonderful.
Pros: very friendly and efficent staf, good breakfast
Pros: The hospitality
Pros: The food was very well prepared, good quality and well presented.
Cons: The shower would not work!! Needs a hot water pressure pump in the circuit.
Pros: Staff attitude, style of public rooms, food quality
Cons: overpriced - moderate room quality, poor bathroom for the money, bed needs a new mattress
Pros: Lovely location, lovely old building, friendly & helpful staff, light airy and very clean room.
Pros: Very clean hotel, friendly and welcoming staff. Good location to explore the area.
Cons: Very basic but not used to 3 star hotels! The room was decorated a little like an old lady's house might be!
Take in the views from the rooftop terrace when you stay at The Manor Hotel. After having fun at the indoor pool, you can grab a bite to eat at the restaurant or unwind with a drink at the bar/lounge. Other highlights at this upscale hotel include a fitness center, a spa tub, and a sauna.
When visiting Abergavenny, Llanwenarth Hotel is a great choice to consider. For a bite to eat, guests can check out Riverside restaurant, which serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. There's also a bar/lounge, and rooms at this historic hotel offer flat-screen TVs and room service.