Surrounded by stunning scenery
The Beautiful Wye Valley
The Wye Valley straddles the border between England and Wales. It is home to some of the most attractive, most scenic landscapes in the UK, and was established officially as an Area of Natural Beauty in 1971.
Central to the valley's beauty is the majestic River Wye, the UK’s fifth longest river. The Valley is also home to any number of picture-postcard villages and historic market towns. Interestingly enough, it is regarded as one of the birthplaces of the modern tourism industry.01874 754525
Breathtaking Brecon Beacons
The Brecon Beacons is a mountain range in South Wales and its six main peaks dominate the skyline, the highest of which is Pen y Fan at 886m. The range forms of the central section of the Brecon Beacons National Park, which is, in itself, a popular tourist destination. It is also a great place for stargazing, and has become one of only 16 destinations in the world to be granted International Dark Sky Reserve status. You can view the stars with our house telescope.
The Great Outdoors
For most, a stay at Llangoed Hall is a relaxing affair and might involve little more than fine food, exceptional wines and, at a push, a leisurely stroll in the grounds. However, those with energy to burn are also well served with plenty of local attractions and activities available. These include magnificent walks in the Wye Valley and Brecon Beacons, and country pursuits such as archery, fishing, falconry and mountain biking.Contact Us
Its setting in the beautiful border country, just north of the Black Mountains, makes the small market town of Hay-on-Wye ideal for visitors looking to explore the surrounding countryside. Yet amongst all this glorious scenery it is books that have made the town’s name, and with its numerous bookshops it is a prime destination for the dedicated bibliophile. It is also the venue for a prestigious annual literary festival.
The Hay Festival of Literature & Arts runs for ten days over May and June every year. A prestigious and revered celebration of arts, it has been running for a commendable 26 years and only continues to grow in popularity and respect amongst those that love the spoken and written word. Bill Clinton famously referred to it as "The Woodstock of the mind".
Hay Festival & Winter Weekend
Join the world’s greatest writers and thinkers at the Hay Festival!
The Hay Festival takes place twice a year in May and November, with a programme packed with inspiring events and renowned speakers.
Llangoed Hall is just a few miles from the beautiful town of Hay-on-Wye where the weekend takes place, and offers the perfect base for keen festival-goers.
So if you’re an avid bookworm and a creative thinker, get in touch with our team to book an inspiring and unique weekend away in our stunning historic country house hotel.Read More
This was our second visit and did not disappoint! Stunning room and location. Staff could not have been more helpful. Stunning food. Will definitely return!!
Nothing is too much trouble for staff at Llangoed hall From the staff who come out in the cold to welcome you and whisk your bags away to the chef who provides amazing menus all with a “ dairy free no problems madam we’ll adapt “ to the gardener Joe who took time to tell us about the crops and the hens and to let us see him put the ducks away for the night! Luxury and friendliness Gorgeous log fir in the drawing room while you choose from the menu, nice touches in the room like fresh fruit and knife and plate to eat them from ; cut glass and beautiful china even for the toothmugs You have to try it! Ardderchog. ( excellent) Diolch in fawr Llangoed.
Fantastic location Fantastic staff Fantastic stay! Room fully equipped, comfortable bed and beautiful bed linen. Dinner and breakfast were both excellent. Staff very attentive and made the whole experience more enjoyable so thank you.
This must be one of the best hotels I have stayed in .. not just because of the facilities but because of the setting, the service, the quality of the food and the art work!!! Not many hotels have original classic art on the walls. This hotel is pet friendly with 2 rooms set aside for dogs which worked out really well for us. The hotel is magnificently furnished but still has a very homely and welcoming atmosphere . Great restaurant with excellent menu both for evening meal and breakfast .. and if you can manage it afternoon tea.The grounds are magnificent with beautiful gardens and lots of walks all around A great base for exploring the Brecon Beacons and close to Hay on Wye. Will definitely be back.