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Llangoed Hall was believed to have been the legendary White Palace, home of the first Welsh parliament. A mansion existed from 1632. It was first in the possession of the MacNamara family having been won in a card game and it stayed with them for two generations until 1847. In 1912 Clough Williams Ellis re-designed the mansion as a country house. Sir Bernard Ashley bought Llangoed Hall in 1987 and opened it as a hotel in 1990.

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Llangoed Hall Hotel, Brecon | Interesting Hotels

Llyswen, Brecon, Powys, Wales LD3 0YP

T: (01874) 745525


Nearest railway station: Hereford (50mins) or Abergavenny (43mins)
Nearest airport: Bristol 76 miles (1hr 44mins)

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Llangoed Hall is situated in the idyllic Wye Valley, in the heart of the Welsh countryside, a stone’s throw from the Brecon Beacons and just nine miles from Hay-on-Wye, the UK's bookshop capital.

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.

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