The Hotel Commodore & Spa is a former ten bedroom Rectory Building built in the late 19th century in the height of the Arts and Crafts movement and was commissioned by the Archdeacon Henry De Winton. Some years later it was converted into a grand Victorian Hotel with its first premises license being issued in 1903 giving the hotel a grade 1 listing due to it architectural heritage and historical interest .
This 45 bedroom hotel offers free Wifi, TV’s tea and coffee making facilities with telephone and hairdryers available. We are also a dog friendly hotel for which there is a charge of £15.00 per dog per night. The Hotel Commodore is ideally situated in the Heart of Wales and right in the centre of the Victorian Spa town of Llandrindod Wales, a Victorian Spa town steeped in history. The hotel boasts breathtaking uninterrupted views of amazing countryside with its rolling hills and deep valley. Just s short walk from the hotel you will find Rock Spa Park a grade 1 listed park which was once a haven for the wealthy gentry visiting the spa town to taking in the waters. The Hotel provides an ideal base from which to explore the beauty of Mid Wales, with great connections to the Brecon Beacons and the Elan Valley both just a short drive away. We are also ideally located for business travelers as well as the tourists as within easy walking distance to the hotel are the head quarters of Powys County Council and for those travelling by car the Hotel features its own large onsite free car park.
The Hotel also has is very own beauty spa which was launched in March 2013 with a range of treatments on offer so please be sure to pick up a brochure when you check in or contact us directly for a treatment list.