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Ty Newydd Country Hotel is situated on the edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park and provides an ideal base from which to explore, arguably, the most beautiful part of Wales
At the Ty Newydd Country Hotel we have everything you have been looking for - tranquility, comfort, excellent food - and some of the most beautiful scenery in Wales right on our doorstep. Welcome to the Ty Newydd What are your plans: a long stay to discover the beauty of the Brecon Beacons? A romantic weekend? A well-deserved break from the nine-to-five? A meeting or conference that needs to run like clockwork? Perhaps you are planning your wedding or fancy Christmas in the Brecon Beacons. We can promise you the warm welcome and service you would expect from a privately run hotel. The Ty Newydd Country Hotel provides every modern convenience for today's discerning guest, while retaining the character and style of a fine Georgian country house. We have twenty eight beautifully appointed bedrooms to unwind in. Pamper yourself in a relaxing hot bath. Read the latest novel or magazine or simply put your feet up with a hot cup of tea in front of the television. If you need to keep in touch with the office, or surf the web, we provide free broadband connection in every room. We have a fantastic restaurant, log fires, a welcoming bar and lovely gardens with magnificent views of the Beacons and Neath Valley. Here you will find all the information you need to give you a picture of Ty Newydd, including our traditional Christmas package, and our superb Foxhunter Suite for events like weddings, parties and meetings. But there's more to us than other hotels you may have visited. Stay with us, and you'll feel as though you are staying with friends. Business hours of reception: Every day: from 00:00 to 00:00 . and from : to: on weekends
|Обратите внимание||The house was originally built by the coal baron, William Llewellyn, the uncle of Olympic show jumping gold medalist Sir Harry Llewellyn, who trained his horse Foxhunter here.|
The grounds extend to over three acres, with magnificent views of the Beacons and Neath Valley, and provide ample parking for coaches and larger functions.