Llansantffraed Court

Fine 4 star country hotel in Monmouthshire, South Wales

Member since 2009

1 to 5 night stays
From £86 pppn for a 4 night stay
to £99 pppn for a 1 night stay

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Llansantffraed Court has the charm of a by-gone age combined with the comforts of home, in a setting of breath-taking natural splendour. Independently owned, this character 4 star luxury hotel is situated in the Monmouthshire countryside and within easy reach of the Brecon Beacons.

  • Independent country hotel set in an unspoilt countryside in rural South Wales
  • Renowned restaurant which proudly sources produce locally
  • 21 luxurious country bedrooms with modern conveniences
  • Stunning 1 acre Victorian walled kitchen garden
  • Excellent reputation for food
  • Green Tourism Silver Award

Special Offers

The following offers are showing provisional availability*.

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Available: Now

Midweek Special (Sun - Thurs)

Stay in a Standard Double room and receive:

  • Four course dinner for two each night
  • Full Welsh breakfast daily
  • Complimentary upgrade (subject to availability)

1 night stay

Package Price: £99 per person per stay (based on two sharing)

2 night stay

Package Price: £180 per person per stay (based on two sharing)

3 night stay

Package Price: £264 per person per stay (based on two sharing)

4 night stay

Package Price: £344 per person per stay (based on two sharing)

5 night stay

Package Price: £431.50 per person per stay (based on two sharing)

SuMoTuWeThFrSa

Available: Now

Foodie Break

Stay in an Executive Double room and receive:

  • 7 course tasting menu with matched wines on first night (or different night on request)
  • 3 course set dinner with coffee & petit fours on other evenings (or £30pp allocation towards a-la-carte if preferred)
  • Full Welsh breakfast daily

2 night stay

Package Price: £220 per person per stay (based on two sharing)

3 night stay

Package Price: £309 per person per stay (based on two sharing)

4 night stay

Package Price: £394 per person per stay (based on two sharing)

5 night stay

Package Price: £511.50 per person per stay (based on two sharing)

6 night stay

Package Price: £629 per person per stay (based on two sharing)

7 night stay

Package Price: £746.50 per person per stay (based on two sharing)



All of the above prices include all taxes / service fees.

* Offers showing provisional availability are subject to confirmation with the hotel and availability is not guaranteed. No funds will be taken from your card until the booking is confirmed, which will usually be within a few hours.

Offers showing instant availability are live and will be confirmed immediately.

Facilities at Llansantffraed Court

Llansantffraed Court has the charm of a by-gone age combined with the comforts of home, in a setting of breath-taking natural splendour. The present Grade II Listed house is built in the style of William and Mary and stands within 20 acres of private park land, complete with ornamental lake and fountain.

Enjoy the feeling of space and elegance as you take afternoon tea by a crackling open fire in the sitting room. Take a stroll through the landscaped gardens alongside the lake and cascading fountain. And enjoy the luxury of your room with views overlooking the grounds and open countryside.

Llansantffraed Court
Llansantffraed Court
  • 21 Bedrooms
  • Riding
  • Fishing
  • Four Poster Bed
  • Children Welcome
  • Wheelchair Access
  • Golf Course Nearby
  • Internet Connection in Rooms
  • Dogs by Prior Arrangement

Good to know

  • Hotel check-in time: 2:30 PM
  • Hotel check-out time: 11:00 AM

Parking Facilities

Free car park for residents

Disabled Access

The main public areas of the ground floor, including reception, public bar, conference rooms and lounges, are level throughout. The Restaurant and public toilets are linked to the other public areas via four steps, a hand rail is provided on one side, and the steps are 1m wide.

There is a lift to the two upper floors from reception. It has an entrance door 750 mm in width, with a depth of 1m. The operating buttons are situated 1.4 m from the floor, and would be behind any wheelchair user once they had entered the lift. 

History of the hotel

The hotel is built in William and Mary style, and is grade II listed, with many of the original features preserved. 

Child Policy

Executive Double or Twin rooms will accommodate up to two children, additional beds or cots are available at £20 each.

There is a Mini Suite is suitable for a family of up to four. It consists of a double bedroom, and a separate room with two pullout sofa beds for children under 12 years old (charged at £20 each bed and breakfast). 

Dogs Policy

Dogs are welcome at £ 10 per night in all bedrooms and all public areas excluding the Restaurant

The grounds

The hotel is surrounded by 20 acres of immaculate lawns, majestic specimen trees, a stunning walled kitchen garden, a helipad, a lake and fountain, and the 16th century St Bridget's Church.

Eco-friendly

Green Tourism Silver Award

Eco-friendly electric cars, freshly sourced food ingredients from a 20 mile radius and the newly restored kitchen walled garden yields the freshest of seasonal fruit, herbs and heritage variety vegetables.

The Rooms at Llansantffraed Court

Standard Double

Standard double bed with duvet, digital, widescreen TV, hairdryer, hospitality tray, direct dial telephone, en-suite bathroom with bath and/or shower, wireless broadband, non-smoking, Scenic view

Executive Twin

Standard single beds with duvet, widescreen, digital TV, hairdryer, hospitality tray, direct dial telephone, i-pod docking station, en-suite bathroom with bath and/or shower, wireless broadband, non-smoking room, scenic view

Executive Double

King size bed with duvet, widescreen, digital TV, hairdryer, hospitality tray, direct dial telephone, i-pod docking station, en-suite bathroom with bath and/or shower, wireless broadband, non-smoking room, scenic view

Executive Double room, Llansantffraed Court

Llansantffraed Court - Executive Double room

Raglan Suite

King size, four poster bed with duvet, plasma digital TV, hairdryer, hospitality tray, direct dial telephone, i-pod docking station, en-suite bathroom with separate bath and walk -in multi-jet shower, twin vanity unit, wireless broadband, scenic view

Raglan Suite room, Llansantffraed Court

Llansantffraed Court - Raglan Suite room

Standard Twin

Standard single beds with duvet, digital, widescreen TV, hairdryer, hospitality tray, direct dial telephone, en-suite bathroom with bath and/or shower, wireless broadband, non-smoking room, scenic view

Standard Single

Standard single bed with duvet, digital, widescreen TV, hairdryer, hospitality tray, direct dial telephone, en-suite bathroom with bath and/or shower, wireless broadband, non-smoking room, scenic view

Mini Suite

King size bed with duvet, with separate lounge area, two single sofa beds suitable for children (at £ 20 per bed), i-pod docking station, digital, widescreen TV, hairdryer, hospitality tray, direct dial telephone, en-suite bathroom with bath and/or shower, wireless broadband, non-smoking room, scenic view

Restaurant

Llansantffraed Court takes great pride in this enduring tradition, a fact reflected by its collection of culinary accolades, recognised in all the major food guides, a meal at Llansantffraed is a truly memorable occasion.

The menu, which changes daily, offers a wide variety of dishes using the finest of locally fresh produce, complimented by a wide selection of fine wines and warm yet unobtrusive service. As a result, the most intimate dining or the grandest banquet are equally memorable experiences.

 


Opening Times

Breakfast
7:30am - 9:30am Weekdays
8:30am - 10am Weekends
Lunch
12pm - 2pm
Dinner
7pm - 9pm
Afternoon Tea
3pm - 5pm


Dress Code

Casual, whatever you are most comfortable in!


Restaurant, Llansantffraed Court

Llansantffraed Court Location

Map & Directions

Address

Llanvihangel Gobion
Nr Abergavenny
NP7 9BA

Free car park for residents


How to get here

From London and the South East: Leave the M4 Westbound at junction 24, Newport and take the A449 North signposted to Monmouth, Raglan and Abergavenny. Leave the dual carriageway at the Raglan slip road, and filter into the A40 towards Abergavenny. Raglan Castle is on your right. After about 1 mile at the first roundabout you come to, take the last exit, signposted to Clytha. The white hotel gates are approx. 4 miles from the roundabout on the right hand side. Our drive takes you under the dual carriageway. From West Wales: Leave the M4 eastbound at junction 24, Newport and take the A449 North signposted to Monmouth, Raglan and Abergavenny. Leave the dual carriageway at the Raglan slip road, and filter into the A40 towards Abergavenny. As you proceed down hill Raglan Castle is on your right. After about 1 mile at the first roundabout you come to take the last exit, signposted to Clytha. The white hotel gates are approx. 4 miles from the roundabout on the right hand side. Our drive takes you under the dual carriageway. From The Midlands and the North: From the M5 join the M50 to South Wales which eventually becomes the A40. Follow the A 40 to Monmouth, and pas through the tunnels here. Shortly after the next service station take the slip towards Abergavenny, remaining on the A40. As you proceed down hill Raglan Castle is on your right. After about 1 mile at the first roundabout you come to take the last exit, signposted to Clytha. The white hotel gates are approx. 4 miles from the roundabout on the right hand side. Our drive takes you under the dual carriageway. From Abergavenny, Hereford, Merthyr Tydfil, or Pontypool: From the double roundabout at the convergence of the A40 from Abergavenny, the A465 from Hereford, the A465 from Merthyr Tydfil and A4042 from Pontypool take the B4598 signposted to Usk and Clytha. Keep on this road for approx. 5 miles ignoring the right turn to Usk on the B4598. The Hotel drive is at the bottom of the next hill on the left-hand side. Our drive takes you under the dual carriageway. By Rail The nearest railway station is at Abergavenny, with the nearest mainline station being at Newport. By Air Cardiff and Bristol airports are equidistant to the hotel and easily accessible via the M4 ( see road directions above ), and we have a registered Helipad within the hotel grounds.


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Location & Local Attractions

Llansantffraed Court provides the ideal base for exploring South East Wales and the border with England. Natural beauty is abundant with the Wye Valley, Black Mountain, Brecon Beacons and Forest of Dean all within easy reach.

Llansantffraed Court Reviews

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Llansantffraed Court

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Special break

JH, Dyfed, stayed: November 2018

This was very special with attentive welcoming staff, good food comfy bed good welcome tray fab breakfast

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A hidden gem of a hotel

Nigel D, Leicestershire, stayed: October 2018

This hotel is situated in rolling countryside at the end of a long drive. It s a converted Manor House with its own walled garden where the owners grow most of the vegetables used in the kitchen.
The hotel has a small lake in its grounds with an ancient church on the other side. A very peaceful setting.
The room was comfortable with an en suite bathroom with a powerful shower. We had a room overlooking the lake. Beautiful view in the early October morning mist.  Food was excellent with the Sampler Menu recommended.  The staff here were exceptionally welcoming making our stay really enjoyable.
As a nice touch you can have fresh milk in flask delivered to your door for your morning tea/coffee!
Highly recommended. We'll stay here again.

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CA, Wiltshire, stayed: October 2017

This hotel needs a little love and attention a coat of paint on ii's exterior would help. . Our comfortable room had a lovely view across the rolling countryside. We were very disappointed with the restaurant, the service was dreadfully slow, 2 hours for a 3 course meal and the choice was very limited. During our stay there was a leaf on the stairs and it was still there when we departed!! On the plus side the staff were very friendly and helpful

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Davies, stayed: September 2017

We received outstanding service from the young manager who could not have been more helpful.  We did feel that the decor was a little tired and scruffy. Our bedroom window was rotten and paint work flaking.  It is a lovely setting and the grounds are great but the hotel itself needs painting inside and out.  I should add that we would come again, however.

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Anon, stayed: June 2017

Wonderful break spent here

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Anthony, Berkshire, stayed: May 2017

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A hidden gem

Nigel, Ceredigion, stayed: November 2016

We had an excellent stay and did not find the proximity of the A40 in anyway intrusive. The seven course taster menu was superb and there are many excellent walks close to the hotel.

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Anon, stayed: September 2015

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