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Nant Ddu Lodge Hotel
Cwm Taf
Mid Wales

CF48 2HY | View map

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There aren't many places that can offer the Nant Ddu Lodge's blend of easy informality and standards of excellence.
Nant Ddu Lodge represents the best of all worldsIt is a true country hotel and inn, unfussy and family run, warm, welcoming and utterly relaxing. Yet guests sacrifice nothing in terms of comfort and surroundings.
Quite simply, the Nant Ddu Lodge represents the best of all worlds - the highest standards brought to you with that all-important personal touch.

The contemporary style of the individually designed bedrooms displays great zest and inventiveness.
Their visual appeal even rivals the views which look out across the hotel's extensive lawns to the green hills, fields and forests of the Brecon Beacons.

The Nant Ddu is famous for its food. The cooking is tasty and good with an unusually wide choice of traditional and creative dishes. Guests can eat in our vibrant, bustling Bistro or intimate bar, choosing from an extensive menu which change regularly to reflect the availability of fresh, top-quality produce.


Ratings/Awards: AA 3 Star
WTB 4 Star
AA Welsh Hotel of the Year 1998/99
Number of Rooms: 28
Number Ensuite: 28
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Name: Bistro at the Nant Ddu Lodge
Cuisine: Modern British
Chef: Andy Addis-Fuller
Awards: AA 1 Rosette

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