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Glangrwyney Court is embedded in four acres of shining terraces, encircled by the impressive Brecon Beacons. There are a lot of secret sitting districts and majestic landscape in which to just sit back, recline and enjoy. On excellent summer months nights our dear guests able to sit and enjoy a drink on one of our different patios around the grounds. Staying in this modest Georgian manor house which dates back to around 1800 is a very especial experience. With 4 acres of established and listed terraces, encircled by 33 acres of park, there are a lot of calm places to sit and simply adore the outskirts. During the winter months, the log fire beckons and with the honesty brasserie not far from, a comforting drink is readily accessible. Deep sofas and many reading material the whole the picture. In summer months, what better than to sit on the courtyard or lie back in the hammock in the walled park and sip a glass of wine. Whether you enjoy strolling, fishing, hole golf, riding, tennis, shooting, sailing, caving, cliff climbing, cycling along the canal path or mountain biking and are looking for grange lodging close to the Brecon Beacons, Black Mountains and Wye Valley, then you may well have found just the right site. This graded AA and Tourist Board lodging provides vivid bedrooms and fantastic breakfasts to set you up for the day. A tennis court, croquet and boules are attainable on place.
Breakfast Crickhowell Facilities
|24 Hour Reception||Bar / Lounge|
|Bath / Hot Tub||Coffee / Tea Maker|
|Hair Dryer||High-speed Internet|
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