The Old Vicarage Dolfor

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The Old Vicarage Dolfor
Newtown
Powys
Wales
SY16 4BN

The Old Vicarage Dolfor, Newtown

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This former Victorian vicarage offers 5 star comforts in the beautiful Montgomeryshire countryside. Luxury en-suite bedrooms have everything you need with views that stretch for miles. The restaurant offers menus based on local organic meats and home-grown produce.

Wines are organic beers and cider local spirits Welsh.

 5 star rating

From: £95.00


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