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Sweet seclusion in a swoon-worthy corner of Wales

Step on to lush manicured lawns that sweep down to the river Irfon – just one feature of The Lake Country House’s gorgeous grounds with woodlands, badgers and and a trout lake.

Come Here For...
  • Seclusion in a swoon-worthy setting.
  • The legendary afternoon teas.
  • Lake views from the outdoor hot tub.
  • An indoor pool with all the spa trimmings.  
  • Fishing lessons with the ghillie.

Hit the spot
Set in magnificent grounds above the River Irfon.

The hotel's Kingfisher Spa has a pool, treatment rooms and a lakeside outdoor hot tub. There's a huge Edwardian lounge where afternoon teas are served, and a helipad on the lawn. 

Good to know
Hire a fishing rod and you could even catch your own supper.

Essential info
Check in
Minimum Stay
Open all year
There is plenty of free guest parking
Cardiff – 70 miles
Llangammarch Wells station – two miles
Dogs are welcome in selected rooms.
Welcome. Children under eight are not permitted in the restaurant in the evening, but a children's high tea is served.
Llangammarch Wells, Powys, LD4 4BS, United Kingdom


30 rooms and suites

Special features
Some rooms have four-poster beds, while luxury suites have lounges. All have plush fabrics and elegant furnishings.

Pillow Talk
We loved the beautifully appointed and contemporary Luxury suites with open plan sitting rooms and big bathrooms. If having your own jacuzzi bath is a must, it has to be the Master suite.

Eat & Drink

Dining in
Menus change regularly at this classic country house restaurant. House specialities include confit of duck and foie gras terrine, line caught sea bass with vanilla mash, braised fennel, grelot onions and red wine sauce, and warm plum tart served with cream cheese sorbet and black pepper.

Room Service
Available 24 hours.

Full Welsh breakfast is served until 10:00.


See & Do
Within easy reach are the Abergwesyn Valley (for the Llyn Briannne reservoir and Devil’s staircase), Elan Valley, the Brecon Beacons and the Brecon Mountain Railway and Hay-on-Wye – the UK’s number one book town.

The hotel’s own Kingfisher Spa on the banks of the lake has a 15-metre swimming pool, outdoor lakeside hot tub, gym and extensive menu of spa treatments offering everything from Indian head massage to reflexology.

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