We stayed two nights, the staff are welcoming and friendly, the room was on the small side but full of character, clean and in good decorative order. The restaurant serves very good food at very good prices, we plan to stay there again next time we visit the area.
Gemma from Horsham
The Dragon Hotel is a 17th century family run black & white timbered former Coaching Inn with 20 delightful en-suite rooms …More
We had one night at the Hall to celebrate a birthday and had a wonderful visit.
Every feature of this hotel is perfect. The rooms end bathrooms have all been refurbished to the highest standard. The restaraunt serves Michelin standard food which, although expensive. Is worth every penny .
We definitely will stay there again and would recommend the hotel without hesitation.
We stayed 3 nights, and had a very nice experience. The only drawback I would say was the size of the room. It was quite a small double, whereas the twin room our single friend had, had much more room to get around the beds, and more storage, and an extra comfy chair. A larger room altogether.
The English breakfast was very good, but a little greasy.
Very well situated in the Brecon Beacons it was ideal for what we wanted.
Ideal for a restful break. Glorious autumnal colours around the house. Log fires in the lounges and dining room. Bedroom comfortable and warm, slightly on the small size, but perfectly adequate. Minimal mobile signal but the WiFi was fine. Excellent breakfast. Friendly staff, but the english of some of them could be better. Highly recommended.
Neil from London
* The only 4 star hotel in the Brecon Beacons National Park.* 23 Indivually decorated rooms - all en suite.* Four best rooms …More
We stayed here for one night over Easter as part of a two day walking holiday. To have access to small but perfectly welcome spa facilities - small pool, jacuzzi, steam room and sauna was just the tonic to a day's hill walking. The staff were universally friendly and helpful, making us feel right at home.
Our "superior" room had a superb view (indeed, the Manor itself is located in a lovely area) although it was a tad small, and the bathroom looked like it could've done with a bit of renovating. Fine for a short stay, however.
All in all, a really nice place to stay and certainly a place I would consider again.
Michael from Bristol
Set against a spectacular backdrop of rolling hills The Manor Hotel in Crickhowell, Wales is a real treat to stay in. If …More
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