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Brecon Road, Crickhowell, NP8 1EP, United Kingdom – Show map
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Llanwenarth Hotel & Riverside Restaurant's staff speak: Romanian, Dutch, French, Spanish, English
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Food & Drink
Restaurant, Bar, Restaurant (à la carte), Special diet menus (on request)
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Free private parking is possible on site (reservation is not needed).
Room service, Packed lunches
Newspapers, Non-smoking rooms, Facilities for disabled guests, Family rooms, Heating, Non-smoking throughout
Romanian, Dutch, French, Spanish, English
From 14:00 hours
Until 12:00 hours
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Children and extra beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 2 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
All children under 2 years stay free of charge for children's cots/cribs.
All older children or adults are charged GBP 20 per person per night for extra beds.
The maximum number of extra beds/children's cots permitted in a room is 1.
Any type of extra bed or child's cot/crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Supplements are not calculated automatically in the total costs and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are not allowed.
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Based on 112 reviews
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In Crickhowell, the Dragon Inn has views of the mountains and the Brecon Beacons National Park. It offers modern rooms with free Wi-Fi, a full cooked breakfast and free parking.
Score from 216 reviews Fabulous
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 207 reviews Exceptional
Located in the heart of the Welsh market town of Abergavenny, Kings Arms Hotel offers bed and breakfast accommodation, a restaurant and free Wi-Fi throughout.
Score from 102 reviews Fabulous
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 267 reviews Fabulous
Stayed two nights. Breakfast...the "Full Welsh" excellent. Had dinner one night, the lamb for two tip top. Highly recommended. A river view in the restaurant adds to the occasion. Will definitely return.
The food and the view are the main reasons why we stay at the Llanwenarth, and it doesn't disappoint.
Pleasing. Hotel cold on arrival due toheating changeover. Warmed up quickly and all was okay. The menu was local and good. The cooking both dinner and breakfast not quite to same standard as last visit but acceptable. Go for riverside balcony
Bathroom a squeeze and short on flat surface. bedside lamp didn't work
Staff were great; food was terrific; views impressive; room and bed very comfortable.
Right on a busy road; parts of the building a bit shabby - needs a good clear up!
Staff went out of their way to look after us. We were exhausted on arrival and overslept - missed breakfast, but they made us a lovely full Welsh breakfast anyway, with lots of coffee and toast, too. Chatted with us, warmed our room nicely on a cold day...it was like coming home.
Having to leave!
Room had a great view over the River Usk. Both breakfast and dinner were very good and very reasonably priced.
Location View over the river Friendly staff Good breakfast
We paid £95 off season (during October) for b&b. Our room, while clean and comfortable, was very much a standard double. We felt that the price was too high and would have preferred to have paid around £75. There are a lot of wedding venues close by to the hotel and we guessed that the they are charging more because wedding guests will simply pay that price!
Staff cheerful, friendly & efficient Food excellent - fantastic menu & beautiful dining room. View down to river Usk & across to hills from bedroom balcony, conservatory & dining room. Lovely bar area & decor is good.
Clearly upgrade of plumbing going on but area was not tidy between conservatory & accommodation -pipes, old bits of lagging & ladders on view. A couple of hours work on the area and car park approach to main building would bring this up to the excellent standard of the inside.
It was a great stay in a lovely, clean and spacious room. The staff was very helpful in accommodating all of us. We had access to a patio overlooking the river during the day and the breakfast, which was included in the room, was fantastic - made on the spot with fresh products. A really great weekend stay, thank you!
The reception of the wifi was not great throughout all buildings.
First appearances are very good and it is a very pretty hotel inside and out. Nice bar and dining room with friendly helpful staff.
As you look more closely the hotel is somewhat jaded and in need of some considerable TLC. A shame really because moderate expenditure could make a considerable improvement
Location View My free upgrade My rooms decor Food Staff Room well stocked. Water was hot.
-A gardener waking me up at 7.30am strimming. -The room had stained mis-matching tea cups - change them to clean mugs. -I had to fill the kettle from the bath as it didn't fit in the sink. It spilt half the water when i lifted it back from under the tap - I could hear another guest chatting very clearly to his wife til 11.30pm. Although this wasn't directly the hotels fault, it did annoy me.
Everything, conveniently situated for sightseeing. Excellent food. Staff really pleasant. Would definitely stay again
The only downside was that the 3 course dinner offered at a very reasonable price was the same for both nights we stayed. Not really a problem we just chose from the al a carte menu.
Every thing went off very well. We thought the whole establishment was well run & we go back to stay again.
Balcony room overlooking excellent countryside. Comfy bedroom. Nice breakfast.
All a bit dated and the carpets stained. Restaurant expensive for a business stop over dinner.
The whole experience was very enjoyable. The room we had a balcony view over the river and mountains. The room was spotless and the bed very comfortable. The staff were helpful and courteous and although we only had breakfast on this stay it was really good.
I am not sure that I would have wanted a room roadside as the traffic in the morning appeared to be quite heavy.
Good food - breakfast ok but evening meals are of a high standard. Excellent location for exploring the area by foot, car or bike. Also, my room had a proper power shower, perfect after a long bike ride.
A couple of minor things: Breakfast coffee was sometimes a little lukewarm. For a time, the tv lost reception.
Food was great and the restaurant was very warm and welcoming. Staff were very helpful and the location was great
bathroom very small and the garden needs attention
Loved the position of the hotel overlooking the river,
The hotel is right next to the road and it is not easy to walk to nearby facilities.
Loved the bedroom balcony with river view, very special. Also the position of the restaurant was lovely, gazing down over the beautiful river valley whilst having breakfast, very peaceful .
Bathroom was a little bit small, but perfectly adequate.
Lovely view out across the hills
Very noisy during the day - hotel is right on a busy main road and there's a motorbike track running around some woodland opposite so it was very noisy! Beds were creaky and very hard mattresses, so didn't get a great night's sleep. Decor is very dated.
Stunning views from balcony. Friendly & helpful staff. Good parking Easy to find. Fantastic breakfasts (did not have any other meals)
Room 202 - Although reasonably comfortable, the hotel generally has a tired and dated look and feel to it. A table & chair were broken on one of our balconies. Beds creaked loudly when turning over. Rooms very hot unless patio door was left open at night. No plug in bathroom sink, flush button on toilet broken, shower head sank down the pole during use and shower screen did not fit against bath edge. Only one pillow per bed. No full-length hanging facility in wardrobe - we were attending a wedding and had dresses to hang. However, none of this detracted from our visit for my daughter's wedding in Crickhowell.
The view of the river Usk from our room was lovely. The staff were welcoming and relaxed and we felt free to wander about and enjoy the conservatory and other features. The breakfast was excellent and service at breakfast very helpful. The room was comfortable and clean and we enjoyed having a sunny balcony. Parking was easy
The back of the hotel is on a very busy road and there was always traffic noise. It did not disturb us at it night but meant we were not as tranquil as we might have been on the river. It also meant that we couldn't walk out easily from the hotel.
I liked the welsh beer!! A good pint in a lovely setting.
The only thing that would have been better would have been the sun!!
Good room with fantastic view . Wonderful staff and service Fantastic breakfast and a la carte dinner. Best food ever. Lovely relaxing hotel, with nice conservatry to sit in with the papers
Balconies and garden needed a little tlc.
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