This 4-star Victorian property offers free parking and spacious rooms with free Wi-Fi in the centre of Llandrindod Wells. It is walking distance from local shops, pubs, bistros and restaurants. Portland House is a Grade II listed building retaining many of its original features. Each bedroom has a flat-screen TV and tea/coffee making facilities, and some rooms have countryside views. There is a dining room where breakfast is served. The Portland House Tea Room is located below the Bed and Breakfast, and offers a range of drinks, afternoon and cream teas, locally made cakes and various hot and cold food.
Pros: Breakfast, served, reasonable. As we wanted a twin bedded room we had a two bedroom apartment which gave plenty of room but had to move furniture so my wife could have a set of drawers for all her stuff. Came with a fridge. Off street parking fun.
Cons: Nothing to dislike.
Pros: The room was large with views to the hills. Owner was helpful with my bike.
Cons: There were 50 stairs to my room. This meant the views were good. I am fit so not a problem for me but people with walking difficulties should ask for a room on a lower floor. Breakfast was fair.
Pros: Friendly Staff, good location, clean rooms, breakfast was good. Travelled for work and will stay here again if I need to come to Powys!
Pros: Really mind staff, particularly Ruth who was very accommodating and welcoming.
Pros: The size of the bedroom
Cons: All the stairs especially with 2 dogs and luggage. Having a lift would be good
Pros: Very centrally located. Lovely room and great hosts. Fab breakfast.
Pros: Clean, quiet, comfortable. Nice breakfast. Large room (no:1). Good shower. Fast free wifi. Friendly owner. Good location.
Cons: No lift so you must lug your bag up the stairs. However help is always offered. Otherwise a pleasant stay.
Pros: Lovely people, great breakfast and fantastic service. Excellent value for money!
Cons: The stairs! The rooms that Ruth and Ross let out are all on the 2nd or 3rd floor. Also, they live in the building so every time you go to your room you encounter a large dog. It's lovely and very friendly but I know people who would freak out if not pre-warned.
Pros: Staff were welcoming house was clean
Cons: Can’t think of anything
Pros: Cooked breakfast was excellent with selection of cereal and fruit etc. Rooms are clean and looked after which makes them comfy cosy and fresh, up to date. The Hotel owner Ruth was welcoming and friendly. Me and my son enjoyed our stay and be returning at the end of the month. Both of us certainly enjoyed the Labrador puppy and two cats that reside at the hotel very friendly with guests.
Cons: Nothing to complain about
Pros: Was in a nice location and the staff catered for our needs perfectly, will be staying again.
Pros: Friendly and helpful staff
Pros: Good central location, good breakfast
Cons: Access via the back stairs was a bit offputting but I believe a better entry is being worked on
Pros: Clean nice room great breakfast
Cons: Didnt take plastic not happy I wouldnt pay cash also web site didnt say this or it was a b & b as I tend to avoid them also not vat reg
Pros: Fantastic room, private car park, excellent breakfast, excellent service...would definitely use again. Some little points of view though... the wireless internet did not work as did not the freeview tv, which was very patchy - maybe a signal issue, and finally getting there without satnav was a little difficult...on the whole 9 out of 10! I would always use it again
Pros: We were very impressed by the owners and the facilities
Cons: A bit noisy on a Friday night
Pros: Room was lovely, newly decorated fresh and clean.
Cons: Room No 1 was at the front of the guest house, as it was a Victorian house the windows were original, unfortunately across the road from the hotel was a club that stayed open until 3 am. The very large crowd who mainly were outside the club may well of been in the room with us, the noise was terrible especially on a Sunday night! I don't think this room should be used for guests.
Pros: Excellent decor, very clean, nothing too much trouble for mine host, breakfast to die for.
When you a stay at Metropole Hotel and Spa in Llandrindod Wells, you'll be next to a golf course, just steps from Radnorshire Museum and National Cycle Collection. Featured amenities include a 24-hour front desk, luggage storage, and laundry facilities. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: So many staff it was a pleasure
Cons: Light going off whilst I was in the bath. It could have been dangerous as no natural light. Needs either the ‘automatic ‘ switch in a better position or an extra pull switch over the bath.
Pros: The staff were very friendly and the food was really good. My room was big and clean.
Cons: For a fairly expensive hotel I thought that they should provide guests with a small bottle of water in the room.
Pros: Nice comfy old style hotel with quality values
Cons: Nothing to dislike.
Pros: Fantastic Location in Mid Wales A super comfy bed with excellent room facilities. The food in the restaurant was also A1. Highly recommended.
Pros: Food in the brasserie was excellent and so were the staff throughout the hotel.
Pros: Hot food well presented plenty of choice
Pros: Had really good sleep each night due to comfy bed. Very quiet room, no road noise.
Cons: Automatic light switch in bathroom turned off lights at most inconvenient times. Heated towel rail would not turn on so that towels remained damp at next use.
Pros: Exceptional professionalism from all staff. Excellent atmosphere. Cleanliness. Personal connection to mangement via pictures/memoribilia in lobby
Cons: No areas for improvement.
Pros: Really good large, comfortable and family-run hotel, with a lovely pool and jaccuzzi, and very good food. Thoroughly to be recommended.
Located in Llandrindod Wells, Three Wells Hotel is a 5-minute drive from National Cycle Collection and 5 minutes from Radnorshire Museum. The front desk is staffed during limited hours. Planning an event in Llandrindod Wells? This hotel has facilities measuring 151 square feet (14 square meters), including a meeting room. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: The location of property was very idyllic and quiet.
Cons: Room was spacious and the bed was very comfortable.
Pros: It’s a beautiful town by the sea with lots of nice eateries
Cons: There was very little parking throughout the town and by the sea
Pros: The Peace and quite was lovely,loved the view of the pond and countryside.The crisps and bar of chocolate every day was really nice.
Cons: Nothing it was really nice,great location and yes I would go back.
Pros: The people were friendly, the setting was beautiful.
Cons: The mattresses were horrible.
Pros: Beautiful peaceful location, friendly staff, good wi-fi and breakfast.
Pros: Lovely location by lake peaceful friendly staff good food, excellent breakfast with Welsh ingredients
Cons: Rather a lot of steps in restaurant for elderly people
Pros: Great location and friendly staff.
Cons: Limited dinner menu.
Pros: Location overall, quiet, clean
Cons: Beds not that comfortable, as too soft for my liking. We had the ground floor room which said views over lake, although didn’t mention that the French windows opened directly onto the veranda at the front of the property, inc outside seating, so felt very exposed, and consequently wasn’t comfortable to be in the room with curtains open, as the route from the car parking area also passed directly in front of the windows. As such at £103 B&B felt over- priced.
Pros: Quality of room, good location
Pros: A very rural location with sheep grazing in the surrounding fields and ducks on the large pond opposite, at the end of a no-through lane. Breakfast was very prompt and more than adequate with good choice of cooked options. Our room had the bonus of an extra sitting room with large screen tv and comfy sofa and large west facing window.
Cons: The new bathroom has a few teething problems which can hopefully be improved -very large with separate large shower and full bath.
With a stay at Highland Moors Guest House in Llandrindod Wells, you'll be within a 5-minute drive of National Cycle Collection and Radnorshire Museum. Featured amenities include complimentary wired Internet access, multilingual staff, and luggage storage. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Convenient and dog friendly. Large clean rooms, quiet location.
Cons: Nothing I’ll be back!
Pros: The welcome
Pros: nice big rooms very light
Cons: would have liked nets at the windows,as had to pull curtains when i had a shower .put lightson ect
Pros: Good nights sleep, easy to find, lovely food, very welcoming and a beautiful lab to welcome you too!
Cons: Fixed shower head rather than on flexible hose.
Pros: If you're expecting a 'chain hotel' then prepare to be disappointed because this isn't that sort of place. What it actually is, is a guest house run almost single-handedly (and very efficiently) by the host, Sue. The building is old, a bit creaky in places, but all the more charming perhaps because of that? The room I was in (Room 1) is a twin room of a nice size. It has everything you could possibly need but perhaps not everything that you'd ever 'want'. There's nowhere to work really, I was typing on my laptop sitting on the bed but, that's ok. I fell asleep mid-sentence, the bed was so comfortable... There's a very nice guest lounge with books and games. For business users, this might not be the obvious choice but, the WIFI is really good and I know the host has spent a lot of money upgrading it. For me, WIFI is the deal-breaker but there was nothing to complain about here. Breakfast in the morning is cooked to order and it's delicious. I'm not much of a breakfast eater but it was well worth the effort. This is a sleepy hotel, very comfortable and clean regardless of the housing development works going on outside. It's quiet and peaceful. If you're very lucky (and you like dogs), you'll have the privilege of patting the resident dog, a delightful black Labrador (built like a horse), very friendly, likes sausages very much. Give the hotel a chance, it is characterful and, if you need peace and quiet to work (as I did), it's a good choice. There's plenty to do in the area and lots of places to eat. I brought food with me but a warning, there is no 'Just Eat' in this area so don't expect it. I don't stay in Llandrindod Wells as a rule but if I needed to again, I would happily stay here again.
Pros: Comfortable room and bed , good choices for breakfast.
Cons: Poor location for access to the town, normal entrance was closed so had to come in through back entrance which was quite shabby but this was only temporary.
The Hotel Commodore is set in the heart of Wales, in the spa town of Llandrindod Wells. This Victorian hotel offers free WiFi in public areas, free parking, a restaurant, the Bishops Bar and a spa. This grand, historic Victorian building has been a hotel since 1886 and is within easy reach of all that Llandrindod Wells has to offer, including the spa waters, the beautiful lake and the rows of shops. A former rectory building, this Grade I listed building features Arts and Crafts design. It offers beautiful views of the surrounding valley and hills. Each of the Hotel Commodore's en suite rooms is individually decorated, with a traditional style. Spacious and comfortable, all of the rooms have TVs, telephones and tea/coffee. Hairdryers are in every room and ironing facilities are available on all corridors. The rear garden is secure for dog and children with a large decked area. A traditional cooked Welsh breakfast is available every day. The De Winton Restaurant offers good-value food and the menus change regularly to reflect the best seasonal produce available locally. In 2017 The Hotel Commodore were proud winners of Channel 4's Four in a Bed voted best B&B in the competition.
Pros: The bed was very comfy and clean , the young staff were very helpful. Food was excellent at the events that were held in the commodore Hotel in the evenings A very good chef . The Hotel is very well situated for all amenities
Cons: The first few days when we arrived the weather was not very good and The room was very cold , we had to ask several times over the first few days before the heating and hot water were put on ,The weather eventually changed to beautiful hot sunshine we enjoyed the rest of the week very much There seemed to be a lot of Young staff trying to do several jobs at once and at times the reception being left unattended we were not always able to get information when we needed it , having said that some of the young staff did try to be very helpful ,I think they need a little hotel training .
Pros: Staff very friendly & helpful. Bedroom comfy
Cons: Shower cold and plumbing rather noisy
Pros: Comfortable bed. Good breakfast & friendly staff.
Cons: I don’t appreciate tinned tomatoes. Plenty of fresh tomatoes about!!
Pros: Staff extremely friendly and welcoming. Beds very comfortable. Service excellent.
Pros: We very much enjoyed the meals we had. The lady on duty when we arrived was particularly helpful and friendly. We
Cons: We didn’t like the steps up to the toilet. We found the lift very confined and the fact there was a rather strong smell of gas in the lift and in the car park.a
Pros: The people are lovely
Pros: Friendliness of staff
Cons: Was a little expensive as we didn't breakfast due to having to leave early am
Pros: Clean hotel. Extremely friendly staff from the cleaner right through to the owners. They went more than out of our way to accommodate all our needs and make sure any thing we asked for was done without an issue even when it was above and beyond what we paid for. Took very good care of us and 1st class customer service.
Cons: Can't control the local weather but not much not to like but it be nice if it had a games room to entertain teenagers.
With a stay at Glen Usk Hotel in Llandrindod Wells, you'll be within a 5-minute walk of Radnorshire Museum and National Cycle Collection. The front desk is staffed during limited hours. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: The receptionist was really warm and welcoming, the room was large and comfortable and had everything we needed! The location was perfect to explore the town!
Cons: On the first morning at breakfast we were told we could sit anywhere. So we sat and then were asked to move because another couple had been on that table all week. Then on the second day at breakfast we again went in to sit down and then after one waitress took our order another one came and asked where we had sat the night before (we hadn't as we had eaten out) she replied telling us that people keep their tables and we were sat in someone seat. It was just a bit of poor communication as this was never told to us and originally we were told to sit anywhere so we did feel a bit uncomfortable!
Pros: For a single man on a business trip £25 for a clean warm bed with a full English how could you go wrong .
Cons: Nothing was wrong at all good food a beer on tap and a warm clean bed all you need after a long drive to mid Wales
Pros: accommodation basic and dated but staff fantastic and very helpful breakfast was good 5 of us stayed in seperate rooms for £40 pp per night including a cooked breakfast so for us good value unfotunatly there was a function on the evening we stayed so no food available would have been great to known in advance,metropole hotel opposite very kindly squeezed us in for dinner
Cons: rooms very dated and tatty but clean and functional whole hotel could do with a major overhaul but at £40 pp per night we were quite happy
Pros: Egg over cooked but otherwise fine
Cons: WiFi could be improved
Pros: Close to where I needed to be, excellent value for money, good sized single room with breakfast included.
Cons: Hard poached eggs, had to search for a teaspoon for my tea and no personal milk jugs, tiny things and nothing to detract from the fact that this is still excellent value for money.
Pros: Shower temperature and pressure was very good considering the shower head looks like it's from the 70s (as does the furniture). Could be a great place with some updating.
Cons: The hotel decor is very dated and in need of maintenance. Our room had very worn old furniture and lots of chips/dented wood and paint on the skirting and door frames. Bathroom floor lino looked stained, as did one of the light fittings over the bed. No duvet, only a blanket and sheets. Pillows were very flat and uncomfortable. One pillow had a black mark on the cover. No idea what it was, see photo. Chip on bathroom sink. No shower gel or hand gel. Only cheap soap that leaves skin very slimy-feeling. Luckily we brought our own shower gel etc. We weren't told about food in the hotel restaurant and prices weren't on the room menu. TV was to the side of the bed, making viewing uncomfortable. Better to be hung on the wall at the end of the bed. The hotel lobby areas are in need of repairs - bumps and chips out of the wall corners (obviously where guests have bashed luggage). The hotel was adequate for the few hours we stayed (arrived at 6pm, left at 8am next day), but I wouldn't stay longer. Photos from the room, not outside.
Cons: No soap in bathroom. Cooked breakfast consisted of re-heated sausage and bacon, both very dry.
Pros: The staff were very friendly and hard working. The food was very good. Had a lovely evening meal of Roast beef.
Cons: The heater could not turn off or on in the bedroom.
Pros: Price was acceptable. The bedroom was spacious and warm. Breakfast choice was good.
Cons: Decor was certainly jaded, faded and dated but that didn’t really detract from an enjoyable stay.
Pros: The towels & heated towel rail were very nice. The sheets were clean.
Cons: The whole room needed decoratig.The net curtains were ripped & filthy, the curtains themselves were ancient. The cups, bath,toilet & carpet were dirty. Therewere no snacks at the bar ie crisps etc I arrived after a 3 hour journey & would have liked a bite to eat.