Ty Newydd Country Hotel

About the Ty Newydd

The Ty Newydd Country Hotel

The Ty Newydd Country Hotel is set at the end of a lengthy drive off the A4059 on the edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park.

The house was originally built by the coal baron, William Llewellyn, the uncle of Olympic show jumping gold medalist Sir Harry Llewellyn, who trained his horse Foxhunter here.

The detached property was constructed in the 1930's as a private house. The main building is of neo-Georgian style with rendered elevations under slate covered roofs and is arranged over two floors. The bedroom wings and function rooms were added in 1989 and 1991 and more recently conservatory extensions have also been added to side and rear of the building.

The Ty Newydd is now a busy country hotel, and is particularly popular as a quality choice for weddings, anniversaries and special occasions.

The 28 en-suite bedrooms are complimented by the elegant Foxhunter Suite with its adjoining Olympic Bar, Caradog’s our newly refurbished restaurant serving freshly prepared locally sourced food, the residents bar with three quarter height oak paneling and residents lounge with a log burning stove.

The grounds extend to over three acres, with magnificent views of the Beacons and Neath Valley, and provide ample parking for coaches and larger functions.

But there's more to us than other hotels you may have visited. Stay with us, and you'll feel as though you are staying with friends.