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Lasswade Country House & Restaurant
Station Road
Llanwrtyd Wells

Builth Wells
Mid Wales

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Lasswade Country House & Restaurant is a unique period property. Set in the heart of Wales, the smallest town in the UK, Llanwrtyd Wells (no traffic noises pass by here!).

The Lasswade is renowned for its award winning cooking, fine hospitality, relaxing atmosphere and lovely views. Featured in countless articles from newspapers and guidebooks. This truly is a gem in this unknown part of Wales and must be tried. The views from the bedrooms and other rooms are breathtaking. All en-suite rooms. Ideal location for walking, touring, mountain biking, horse riding and fishing. There is a small garden/patio, drying room and off road parking. Railway station - two minutes (Arriva/Heart of Wales line).

  • Stunning views with a lack of noise that's hard to imagine
  • 8 rooms, all en-suite
  • Clock radio, TV, tea/coffee making facilities and hairdryers in all rooms
  • Sauna
  • Licensed Restaurant/Bar
  • Pets welcome, kennels provided
  • No smoking
  • Assistance, if required, with arranging activities, e.g. fishing, walking, trekking and mountain biking, etc.
  • Off-road parking
  • Environmentally friendly
  • Conservatory with panoramic views
  • Children welcome
  • Garden
  • 4 Star Country House
  • Good Food Guide 2004/05
  • AA 2 Rosette
  • Good Hotel Guide


Number of Rooms: 8
Number Ensuite: 8
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Name: Lasswade
Cuisine: Continental / Modern British - Organic
Chef: Roger Stevens
Awards: 2 AA Rosettes
Good Food Guide
UK Sustain Food Challenge Champions. Special Diets

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Parking - Off road
Credit Cards Accepted
Disabled Access - Ground floor only
Open All Year
TV in Rooms
Conference/Business Facilities - Small conference/meeting rooms

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