The Cammarch Hotel

Guest House in LLangammarch Wells, Powys

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Cammarch Hotel
LLangammarch Wells
Powys
Wales
LD4 4BY

The Cammarch Hotel, LLangammarch Wells

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Premier mid Wales Hotel for activities such as fly fishing, walking, cycling, twitching & pony trekking. The Hotel is surrounded by stunning countryside and splendid gardens leading to two Rivers, Cammarch and Irfon. Dinners served in the Conservatory and guests can relax in the lounge and listen to music by the log burning fire.

10 comfortable guests rooms as well as 2 self catering apartments for people who prefer to look after themselves makes it a great place for larger groups of people.

The Cammarch Hotel is situated at the confluence of the Rivers Irfon and Cammarch in the small village of Llangammarch Wells which is at the heart of one of the last remaining wilderness areas in Great Britain. Built in the early nineteenth century of traditional Welsh stone the quality accommodation is spread over 4 floors and has 10 tastefully furnished en-suite bedrooms as well as 2 large self contained apartments, making it ideal for larger groups of people. Each bedroom has its own TV and guests are provided with complementary fairtrade tea, coffee and eco-friendly toiletries.

Residents can enjoy simple yet superb locally grown food prepared by the Chef and served in the conservatory overlooking the wonderful gardens. There is a comfortable lounge on the ground floor where you can relax with your friends and listen to music, read the papers and have a quiet drink in front of a log fire. Or if you prefer, you can watch TV in the lounge on the first floor which has its own honesty bar stocked with wines, spirits, beers and lagers.

The natural beauty of the Hotel's surroundings make it an ideal place for an activity based break, so if you enjoy walking, fly fishing, cycling, bird watching, pony trekking, shooting, golfing or car and bike rallying, these are all available in the immediate vicinity of the hotel. The Hotel has 7.5k of fishing rights on three beats of the Irfon as well as the Cammarch where guests can fish for grayling, trout, salmon and chub. There are secure stores for cycles and fishing gear as well as a drying room.

If you prefer a more leisurely break, then the Hotel's own gardens are a tranquil place to be. With 2.5 acres of landscaped gardens, including a small lake and a duck pond, we can think of no better place for you to unwind. You might be joined by our ducks, chickens, peafowl or pygmy goats to help you while away the hours resting by the River Cammarch that runs around the garden.

 3 star rating

From: £59.00

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