- Very Good
- 16 guest reviews
"We stayed just 1 night in 2 rooms. The rooms were comfortable and well equipped and we're in keeping with the style of property. The views w..."
"Well maintained and very clean accommodation. Welsh breakfast very filling. Hosts friendly and caring, made to feel most welcome...."
"A delightful old house with wonderful views. Superb breakfast served by our excellent host...."
"Superber and nice venue. Owners very accomadating and helpful..."
"I was very impressed with the hotel. The hoteliers were extremely helpfuland pleasant. I didn't plan on having an evening meal but the smell..."
About the hotel
The Proprietors would like to offer you a warm welcome to their Country House Bed & Breakfast. The Hall is nestled in the tiny hamlet of Dolforwyn. Our eight bedrooms offer a choice of single, double and twin rooms and one family room, these are all en-suite rooms.
The hall is a Grade II listed building, listed as an exceptionally good example of a picturesque Gothic Villa. The earliest structure on the site was a timber formed house dated 1595. The second range was constructed at the rear in the 1700s and the 3 bay front was built around 1830. It stands in 4 acres of wooded grounds overlooking the scenic Severn Valley. The hall's charm and character have been preserved, providing a warm and welcoming atmosphere for our guests. The hotel is conveniently situated on the A483, 4 miles from Newtown, 7 miles from Welshpool and 5 miles from Montgomery. The UK's major motorway network is easily accessible at the M54 between Shrewsbury and Telford in a little under an hour. Dolforwyn is an ideal base from which to explore Wales and the borders.
- Parking (charges may apply)
- Car parking available onsite
- Restaurant , Bar
- Hotel services
- Wake Up Call Available
- Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas
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- From 14:00 hours
- Until 10:00 hours
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- Pets are not allowed
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88% would recommend it to a friend
We stayed just 1 night in 2 rooms.
The rooms were comfortable and well equipped and we're in keeping with the style of property. The views were lovely from the room and from the veranda outside where we sat in the ealy evening. We had an evening meal which saved us going out hunting for something locally. The menu wasn't vast bit it was a good selection and for a B&B more than adequate. Breakfast was first class. Would happily stay again.
Throwback from a different era
Lovely location just off the A483 about 4 miles from Newtown, Powys.
Rather old-style hotel / B&B in an historic building that feels like a living museum. Odd but not unpleasant aroma in the entrance and room. The room was cold on arrival because the heating had not been turned on. Very creaky floors so that every footstep of guests in adjacent rooms was audible. My room needs a serious sprucing up as does the rest of the place. The carpets did not look as if they has received TLC apart from vacuuming for many an orbit round the sun. The dinner was very disappointing. Limited choice and poor quality compensated for by low price. Basically meat/fish and three overcooked veg. The tangy chicken starter was definitely chicken but definitely not tangy in any detectable way. It felt like a 70's dinner party course. The syrup sponge and custard was bought in and clearly mass-produced. Maybe I just think a restaurant ought to be able to make such a basic dessert to an acceptable standard. On the plus side the breakfast was terrific. The guest lounge was uninviting and in total darkness when I returned to the hotel at about 9pm on my second night. There is an honesty bar in the lounge. A disappointing stay.