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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 3 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
All children under 2 years are charged GBP 20 per person per night in a crib.
All older children or adults are charged GBP 20 per person per night for extra beds.
The maximum number of extra beds in a room is 1.
The maximum number of cribs in a room is 1.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
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Surrounded by Brecon Beacons National Park, The Celyn is a bed and breakfast set within a 300 acre working farm in the beautiful county of Monmouthshire.
Score from 206 reviews Exceptional
In Crickhowell, in the Brecon Beacons, The Bear dates back to 1432. Expect a welcoming atmosphere, old world charm and good food. Awarded Inn of the Year 2010 by the Good Pub Guide.
Score from 264 reviews Excellent
Possibly the oldest travelers' inn in Wales, the friendly Kings Arms has its own micro brewery and an excellent restaurant offering tapas and a varied dining menu.
Score from 92 reviews Excellent
This former coaching inn is set on the edge of Brecon Beacons, in the historic market town of Abergavenny. The Angel Hotel offers a restaurant, bar, and free Wi-Fi.
Score from 147 reviews Excellent
Relaxing atmosphere Lovely grounds Excellent menus and food Modern bathroom
Lumpy duvet Lounge furniture needs a boost
Fantastic place. Staff couldn't do enough to help.
Rooms are a bit dated.
Large room with seating and coffee table, good sized dressing table with stools, decent size wall mounted TV, ample wardrobe and drawers Comfortable bed, extra pillows Double aspect with beautiful view Quiet - not far from main A40 but not a sound with the windows closed Bar and lounge area were excellent Dining room was cosy and food and service was perfect
Tiny point - only fault we have : 4 poster frame to bed with no shape to the poles and no drapes of any kind was a wee bit stark: would have preferred the bed without the additional framework!
The rooms had not been inspected prior to occupation. There were thousand yes thousands of DEAD flies throughout the two rooms I was offered. The hall and landing. I even had to ask a member of staff to clean the room. No discount was offered on checkout. All the receptionist could say was, sorry!! Disgusting!!
Location, atmosphere, furnishings, bedroom,food.
The service at breakfast was terrible - we were not offered anything - had to keep alerting the waitress and asking for toast which took over 20 minutes, asked for cooked breakfast, butter, coffee, everything. Staff need to be trained, there was no fruit left. Very bad. Very disappointing in a lovely hotel.
This was our 3rd stay. The location is so beautiful and very peaceful.
Had hoped the hotel had had a makeover this time,it was 12 months or so since our last visit and we were very disappointed to find it was in the same state. We were given room 8,which we like but upon opening the door were horrified that the room was FULL of flies. The bed was sloppily made,feathers were all over the outside of the cushions and headboard and quite frankly the whole room looked mucky. The bathroom was clean however. The public areas look worn and shoddy and the carpets are a disgrace,tables are scratched and chairs look in need of work. Dining room is nice,but staff were very inexperienced. Food certainly not as good as we have had in the past and we really didn't need the boring tower of food at breakfast. There were no cereal bowls out and I picked up 2 side plates which were filthy! Breakfast tasted as if it had been kept warm rather than freshly cooked. Again the carpet was in need of a good Hoover and steam clean. This hotel isn't cheap and my Birthday was ruined by the sheer lack of care and pride in the building. We shall never return!
The breakfast was not up to standard as you would expect from a hotel of that status. The fly's in the hotel were everywhere. I went to get cheese and fruit for brwakfast and there were fly's all over the food. Nothing was covered up. Trying to eat breakfast with flys everywhere is not my idea of good standards
As above wrong way The bedrooms was comfortable. I ask for a large room I was given a small room and my family had a bigger room. So much for being upgraded. I stay in a lot of hotel cheaper and dearer. But this was the worst one. Will not be staying there again.
The food was excellent grounds were good
The fly infestation took the edge off the good quality food because if they are all over the hotel it means they must be present in the kitchen .The cold reception you received on arrival is not something we are accustomed to being spoken down to .on the breakfast front when my wife went to remove the napkin 5 to 10 flies flew from under it which stopped you wanting anything from the display.the foot prints in bathroom told us how clean the place is along with the long hairs all over the duvet and dust all around the edges of the window sills , and the none operational lights in the room.and not to be forgotten when we were over charged for a brandy that we had not had. So over all very disappointed.
Beautiful room Large and comfortable bed Good range of breakfast options Lots of parking Lovely coutnry location yet very accessible Fantastic restaurants within 10 minutes' drive
Tired decor in the communal areas an corridors Much more expensive than other local hotels
There is ZERO positive point I can think about.
It is the worst experience for our trip, they don't deserve 4 star and worst value for money! I will NOT recommend to anyone. The facility is very old, the room was full of bleach smell, towers with stains and staff was not very helpful at all (We told them we couldn't get wifi from our room but we did need it urgently as there is no signal that area, they didn't even bother to try to resolve the issue!!!)
Dinner and breakfast were excellent with very knowledgable restaurant staff. Great location and beautiful grounds.
Room had tired decor and bed was very small - looked like a single room converted to a double. Also we had a problem with flies - in the restaurant and our room!
Decor and furniture need updating Bed a bit hard
Excellent food and friendly staff,
Flys in the restaurant
I loved the gardens and the peaceful setting. All within a few minutes drive of my work place. The staff were very polite and attentive.
I thought the menu was a little small, and on such a hot day it would have been nice to have a fan in the room (aircon would not be in keeping with such a grand old building).
The setting was magnificent and the staff all extremely pleasant. The standard of food and wine was superb.
Having asked for a quiet room, I was given one with a magnificent view, but this was just above the terrace, where noisy guests and visitors talked and laughed loudly into the night. The hotel has a major problem with flies and needs their bedroom windows screened. The bathroom needed a good clean and the dead flies on the window sills should have been removed daily.
Amazing food Beautiful view and hotel Friendly, helpful staff
Rooms could do with a little updating (furniture) as starting to look a little dated.
comfortable bed excellent food good service relaxing bar area nice lounge scenic location
bedroom located on a dirty landing which smelled of damp appreciated recent weather conditions, but it was very offputting.
Nice bright rooms with views of the lake and church. Friendly staff. Seven course tasting menu (Valentines) Pleasant hotel well maintained.
Bathroom was a little dated and water power for shower very weak.
The staff were friendly and welcoming. The food was amazing and the whole atmosphere was relaxed. Nothing was too much trouble. Couldn't fault it.
Wasn't anything to dislike!
Lovely setting. Public areas - lounge with log fire and bar - very pleasant. Restaurant very intimate and dinner good.
Room rather tired and housekeeping needed attention. Electric heating in bedroom but towel rail did not work. Power cut forced early departure due to husband's health issues - no heating, lifts or water (pumped from private supply). No refund offered even though only one night stayed.
Good restaurant and location.
Rooms dowdy and uninteresting.The primary target market seems to be afternoon tea customers and wedding parties rather than business and leisure travellers.
Nice setting. Fantastic dinner menu that was excellent value, good wine list. Comfortable and spacious rooms
Lovely room with big windows overlooking countryside, lovely restaurant and beautiful grounds, with the best kitchen garden ever
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