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This hotel, located on the southern edge of Brecon Beacons National Park, is set in the 1930s house built by William Llewellyn. The ground extend to over three acres giving a spacious on-site parking and the views of the Beacons and Neath Valley. Customers can choose one of 28 rooms with en suite bathrooms, complimentary Wi-Fi, TVs, tea and coffee making facilities. With a range of accommodation options and conference rooms suitable for up to 250 guests, Ty Newydd Country Hotel aims to cater to all needs of their guests, raging from romantic weekends, through longer holiday stays to conferences and weddings. Visitors can also enjoy freshly prepared, locally sourced food at the hotel restaurant Caradog’s or unwind at the residents bar with three quarter height oak panelling and residents lounge with a log burning stove.