At one time in its proud past this Cistercian abbey was the largest in Wales and boasted one of the largest naves in all Britain at 242 feet (bested only by York, Durham, and Winchester cathedrals). The abbey is the reputed last resting place of Llewelyn ap Gruffydd, who was killed at nearby Climery in 1282.
High-end meets heritage at our Castle's first class luxury accommodation. Stay in our contemporary river-view B&B rooms and enjoy a locally-sourced traditional Welsh breakfast at our on-site restaurant 1176. On your doorstep you'll find two … more >>
Reached via its own private road located within 65 acres of organic meadows and woodlands that guests are invited explore and enjoy. Set around the former farm yard sympathetically converted … Sleeps 7