Llangoed Hall Hotel is a truly unique country house hotel situated in the stunning Wye Valley. This impressive building dating from 1632, was formerly known as Llangoed Castle. Llangoed Hall Hotel is set within 17 acres of beautiful landscaped gardens. It is the 'home from home' that you would expect from your 'best friend's Country House'. Blazing log fires help create the cosy, welcoming ambience that Llangoed Hall is renowned for.
Adorning the walls at Llangoed Hall Hotel are an outstanding collection of paintings, drawings and various pieces of fine art including artists such as Whistler, Herman Dudley Murphy and James Cowie.
Each of Llangoed Hall Hotel's 23 bedrooms have been individually designed and decorated with Elanbach fabrics. A variety of different types of rooms are available from smaller intimate four poster bedrooms to very large Master Suites.
Our award-winning Dining Room offers exquisite menus with ingredients sourced locally to suit all palates including Fruit and Vegetables from our own Organic Gardens. The menu is complimented with an extensive wine list offering a wide variety of world grapes.
Llangoed Hall Hotel has gained an enviable reputation for hosting weddings ranging from large lavish parties for hundreds with a marquee to small, intimate weddings for close family and friends. Two rooms are licensed to hold wedding ceremonies and Llangoed Hall Hotel can be exclusively yours for your special day.
If you require a venue to host your conference or business meeting, Llangoed Hall Hotel can provide flexibility. If you are planning your company strategy, setting your company's sales targets, training your staff, improving staff morale by providing a team building event or just completing a series of one to one interviews - whatever your company's needs, we can assist you with the planning and organisation of your unique event.
Llangoed Hall, created by Sir Bernard Ashley was sold in July 2012. The new owner has confirmed his intention to continue the "at home" experience which was established by Sir Bernard originally.