Built in 1890, this Georgian country house is set in 3 hectares of landscaped gardens and offers 28 refurbished en suite bedrooms. The Seasons restaurant accommodates 90 guests with private dining facilities and The Islwyn suite offers one of the largest dining facilities in the area, which accommodates up to 220 guests for events such as weddings and dinner dances. Facilities available to guests at the historical hotel include a lobby with 24-hour reception, a cloakroom, bar, conference facilities, room service (fees apply), a laundry service and a car park.
This charming country house is set in the heart of the Welsh Valley with an elevated location, set against 3 hectares of private landscaped gardens. Nearby areas have a wealth of natural beauty and historical interests, such as Cwmcarn Forest, Caerphilly Castle and the breathtaking Brecon Beacons, while Blackwood also offers the Blackwood Showfield. Newport and the coast is just 16 km away and guests can enjoy all that cosmopolitan Cardiff has to offer in less than an hour's travel. Guests will find restaurants and bars in the immediate vicinity, Blackwood Retail Park is just 2.4 km from the family-friendly business hotel, and Bargoed railway station is around 4.4 km away. Nearby airports include Cardiff (46 km away), Bristol (80 km away), Birmingham International (173 km away), West Midlands International (194 km away) and London Heathrow (222 km away).
The hotel has 14 guest rooms in the main house and the remaining 14 in the beautifully appointed Coach House. All rooms encompass a special country house charm that is unique to the establishment, while the individual furnishings give each of the rooms the character so highly desired for a stay in an equally beautiful country manor. Each room features an en suite bathroom with a shower, bathtub and hairdryer, a double bed, Internet access and central heating. Other in-room amenities include a direct dial telephone, satellite TV, a radio, tea and coffee making facilities and an ironing set.
The wonderful cuisine has made the Seasons Restaurant one of the most popular dining venues in the area. The menus are a combination of classical and traditional British dishes, which are changed seasonally. Private dining is also available should guests require privacy for that special occasion. Breakfast is served each morning and set menu options are available for lunch and dinner.
American Express, MasterCard, VISA and some debit cards are accepted as methods of payment.
By car from London and the north - leave the M4 at junction 28 onto the A48. Take the third exit at the first roundabout onto the A4072. Follow this and take the fourth exit at the roundabout onto the A467. Follow and this and turn left onto the A4048. Follow this until a left turn onto Heal Tynewydd Road and then turn left onto Maesruddud Lane.
Direct dial telephone
Satellite cable TV
Iron and board