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Reviews of Ty LLew B&B, Abergavenny

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Review by clare on 13th July, 2011

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I have read the review and cannot understand the complaints/comments. As this is a gem of a place to stay with a wonderful hostess and great rooms and food. It's great to find a Bed & Breakfast who will go that extra mile for their customers this place is worth it for the hospatality alone. The rooms are to a high standard of fittings and cleanliness.Rooms are spotlessly clean with added extras such as bath robes. Ty Llew is ENORMOUSLY CHARMING, as were the owners, my bed was very comfortable and the breakfasts delicious! As was my evening meal. The cooked breakfast and dinner was entirely made of local or homemade produce. I can't wait to go back! I will recommend to anyone who would like to visit and to experience the outstanding Welsh hospitality.

Date visited: 9th july 2011

Review by TIG on 1st September, 2008

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Good Points: Modern, new and up to date facilities. Great breakfast. Very pleasant and accommodating owner Bad Points: Attention to detail on cleanliness. No fire precautions (alarms, detectors, secondary means of escape, fire plan, proper smoke doors) at all. Location in a new housing estate somewhat unusual. General review: Did the job for the night. Very nice owner. Somewhat expensive for the location.

Date visited: 2008-09-01

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