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We stayed in February for a family birthday - there were 9 of us in the party age ranging from 10 to 74. We were made to feel so welcome by the staff, they were exceptional! And fantastic that the whole hotel is dog friendly,...More
Just back from an overnight stay at the Castle Hotel which was a Christmas gift from my partner's daughter's.
A warm welcome greeted us and we were shown to our room which was the Nelson Suite.
A lovely spacious oldie worldie room with a four...More
The Hotel is in an excellent location, perfect for visits to the Brecons and Sugar Loaf mountain.
Great rooms, friendly and welcoming staff, a good bar with real ale and a great chef for some top food.
A dog friendly hotel that made us feel...More
Nice old quirky hotel with a comfortable lounge. Friendly staff. The room was comfortable and large with a good bathroom. Breakfast was excellent, freshly cooked. Dinner was good and the only bad thing I can say was the chicken was a little dry!
Cold and unwelcoming, overpriced, tastless and poorly cooked/presented meals. Rude and disinterested staff- discussion behind the bar was about the 3 male staffs dissapointment with the new team member as she was apparently overweight and not what they considered attractive-and this wasn't what I considered...More
Depends how long a walk you are looking for - you are within driving distance of some of the most beautiful countryside in Wales. The town has a field not far from the hotel & there is a short waterside walk nearby. The town... More
Depends how long a walk you are looking for - you are within driving distance of some of the most beautiful countryside in Wales. The town has a field not far from the hotel & there is a short waterside walk nearby. The town is fairly quiet as well to wander around with dog. It is a lovely place.