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Llangoed Hall's principal restaurant offers fine dining in a fresh, light and elegant room of wedgewood blue and white with outstanding paintings adorning the walls, candlelit tables with crisp white cloths and an intimate and relaxing atmosphere.
The Head Chef and his team places emphasis on creating dishes that promote the finest local Welsh produce such as Welsh Black Beef and Local Radnorshire Lamb, all flavoured with herbs from the gardens.
An outstanding lunch and dinner menu is offered in the restaurant. Alongside the menu is an all-day lounge menu which guests can enjoy in one of our sumptuous lounges with a more casual atmosphere. This menu offers a tempting range of lighter meals and snacks.
All menus are complemented by an outstanding selection of world wines.
Llangoed Hall has gained an enviable reputation for weddings and conferences, and still remains first choice for the discerning diner.
Please note that we have a dress code in our dining room whereby Gentlemen are respectfully requested to wear a long sleeved shirt with or without a jacket and tie and may we respectfully remind you that we do not allow Jeans, Polo Shirts or Training Shoes.
Open all the time
- Coach parties accepted
- Credit cards accepted (with charge)
- Disabled toilets
- Facilities for groups
- Facilities for educational visits
- On-site catering
- On-site light refreshments
- Picnic site
- Regional Tourist Board Member
- Telephone (public)
- Accepts groups
- Facilities for conferencing
- Facilities for corporate hospitality
SO 117399 52.05042 -3.28906
Situated 11 miles south east of Builth Wells and 11 miles north east of Brecon on the A470, (the main road between Cardiff & Builth Wells). You can easily join the M4 at Cardiff or Newport & the M50 at Ross-on-Wye.
By rail the nearest station is at Abergavenny. The nearest main line station is at Newport or Cardiff. If required a car can be arranged to meet guests.
: 12 miles from Builth Road station