Your Destination —
And here’s another surprise. The world is just waking up to the fact that The Valleys are home to a captivating choice of attractions and places to visits, like Caerphilly Castle or Blaenavon, a World Heritage site. Not to mention country parks, forest drives, waterfalls and narrow gauge railways.
So you’ll find that things have changed. But what hasn’t altered is the strong Valleys spirit. Walk into any hotel or restaurant and you will find that Valleys folk are genuinely warm and friendly. It all comes naturally in the South Wales Valleys – the Heart & Soul of Wales.
Your Hotel —
The Ty Newydd Country Hotel is set at the end of a lengthy drive off the A4059 on the edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park. The house was originally built by the coal baron, William Llewellyn, the uncle of Olympic show jumping gold medallist Sir Harry Llewellyn, who trained his horse Foxhunter here.
The detached property was constructed in the 1930s as a private house. The main building is of neo-Georgian style with rendered elevations under slate covered roofs and is arranged over two floors. The bedroom wings and function rooms were added in 1989 and 1991 and more recently conservatory extensions have also been added to side and rear of the building.
Complimentary Wi-Fi in rooms
Your Room —
This offer is based on a Standard Room.
Your Board Basis —
This offer is based on a bed and breakfast stay. Just for you: Welsh Cream Tea or 3 course dinner on the first night of stay.
The excellent restaurant has a main dining room, private dining room (maximum 16 people) and a conservatory with beer garden. The hotel also offers a fabulous Welsh cream tea experience.
Your Journey —
From the A465 Heads of the Valleys road turn North onto the A4059 at Hirwaun; about half a mile from the junction the signs to the Ty Newydd Country Hotel will be seen on the left hand side.