Harden's survey result
This “fab former stately home” set in “beautiful grounds” in the Welsh countryside was restored by Laura Ashley co-founder Sir Bernard Ashley. Known for its “exceptional food”, it has lost two highly regarded head chefs in recent years, Nick Brodie and Sam Bowser, but still achieves strong ratings across the board.
This “beautiful” country-house hotel had slightly more mixed feedback in a period that saw former head chef Nick Brodie leave and his successor Sam Bowser arrive just as the pandemic struck. On most accounts, though, it’s still the setting for some “really gorgeous, ultra-fresh meals – each course an absolute delight”.
This “real country house hotel” provides lashings of “old-fashioned romance in a beautiful setting”. Long “a lovely place to stay and eat”, its culinary reputation has soared in recent years with chef Nick Brodie’s “delightful” cooking, enjoyed in the evening from a six-course (£60) or nine-course (£90) tasting menu.
This “real country house hotel” provides lashings of “old-fashioned romance in a beautiful setting”. Long “a lovely place to stay and eat”, its culinary reputation has soared in recent years & with chef Sam Bowser joining the team, things are only set to go from strength to strength. On offer to be enjoyed in the evening is a choice from a Five-course (£55), 7 Couse ( £75) or nine-course (£95) tasting menu, along with wine packages to accompany.
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Have you eaten at Llangoed Hall?
|Wine per bottle||£45.00|
Llyswen, LD3 0YP
|Thursday||10 am‑12 am|
|Friday||7:30 am‑12 am|
|Saturday||7:30 am‑12 am|
|Sunday||7:30 am‑12 am|