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Radnorshire Arms Hotel

3 Self rated

High Street, ,, Presteigne, LD8 2BE

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About the hotel

Situated on the Welsh border in beautiful Powys, within an hour's driving distance of the Midland towns and Cities. With picturesque gardens, free WiFi in public areas and free onsite parking. Nestled amidst rolling hills and open countryside, this Grade II listed building, with a wealth of original exposed beams and timber panelled walls, exudes an atmosphere of luxurious comfort and classic Jacobean elegance.

The hotel today is as rich in amenities as its 16th century structure is in history. With 19 rooms, all fully equipped to the highest standards, the Radnorshire Arms can accommodate individuals, couples, families and larger groups in relaxed and spacious surroundings. We offer the elegant Hatton’s Restaurant or for a quick snack or less formal meal there is always the Main Bar. We are very proud of the quality of their food, using fresh local produce wherever possible, offering excellent value for money without compromising on flavour. During the warmer times guests can enjoy a quiet meal or drink in the garden area with its landscaped spaces and children's play area. The Residents Lounge is the ideal retreat after a day exploring the area. The high spacious room has a large bay window that overlooks the main garden,. This really is the perfect place to sit and unwind, with a generous selection of games and books provided, or for a livelier evening we offer a pool table in our game’s room. There is much to see and do in the area with an abundance of Museums, Castles, shops and restaurants, even an Eco-Centre. All are here to be enjoyed and promise a memorable stay. Set your own pace, spend a day visiting picturesque villages or take a white knuckle ride on white waters! Enjoy a round of golf at one of the many top quality courses. Mid Wales and the Brecons is a long established mecca for walkers, with two National Trails, two long distance riverside walks and a number of shorter, but no less beautiful walks.

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Showing Saturday 10 December 2016 to Sunday 11 December 2016

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15:00 23:00
Max Child Age
Up to 12 years old
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Pets are not allowed

Customer Reviews

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Very Good

All reviews (5)

60% would recommend it to a friend


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  • D Wood

  • September 2016

Hotel standard has rather deteriorated

Since we last stayed we felt that the standard of the hotel has deteriorated.

We were told that it is undertaking several changes at present so hopefully things will improve. The staff were struggling with a new computer system which had mixed up our booking and we ended up in a different room from the one we had booked, which,although clean, appeared tired and smelled rather dank. We were offered a complimentary drink to compensate for the accommodation mix up, which was good. There was no formal dinner service offered, only bar meals, so we ate dinner in a nearby pub. However breakfast was good in the hotel. The lady receptionist who booked us in was overall friendly and helpful and did her best to make us welcome. This was a rare short break for us so overall it was rather disappointing and we will probably book elsewhere next time.

  • Jo B

  • August 2016

Nice room but shabby on the outside - definitely needs so reburishment - lovely staff

The room was large but no mirror near the dressing table.

The wet room was also big but you can't reach the toilet roll from the loo - very strange. The outside is very shabby and the walkways/stairs weren't great. Plus side was the bed was nice and comfy and it was very clean. The staff were all really lovely, very welcoming and helpful. Breakfast was ok but if I'm having scrambled eggs and smoked salmon I don't want the salmon in a lump - I do appreciate that is personal choice.

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