Llangoed Hall (Brecon) Reviews
Description:Llyswen, Brecon, Powys, Wales, UK LD3 OYP. Tel: +44(0)1874-754-525 Fax: +44(0)1874-754-545. Email: 1015 ... more
Newest Review: ... 16th century. The MacNamaras owned it after it was lost by the Williams in a game of Poker. There is a grave yard nearby which holds the stones of Macnamara and the Rev and his wife. It is a private graveyard situated on the grounds of the Llangoed Estate, which once owned the Hall. Today the Hall is owned by Bernard Ashley (The husband of the late Laura Ashley) and is a fine hotel for ... more
Customer Llangoed Hall (Brecon) Reviews (1)
by - written on 12/02/01, updated on 15/02/01 (Very useful, 201 readings)
Llangoed Hall is set just outside the small village of Llyswen in Powys. 10 miles from Hay on Wye the great Book Town of the World, Builth Wells renowned for the Royal Welsh Show and Brecon for its yearly Jazz Festival. It is said that there has been a house on this spot since 560AD. However Sir Henry Williams built the Hall (or Castle to us locals) around the 16th century. The MacNamaras owned it after it was lost by the Williams in a game of Poker. There is a grave yard nearby which holds the stones of Macnamara and the Rev and his wife. It is a private graveyard situated on the grounds of the Llangoed Estate, which once owned the Hall. ... Read the complete review
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