Set in the heart of Wales, this beautiful five-star, two-rosette restaurant with rooms started life as a Georgian country residence built in 1725. It was a Summer retreat for Sir and Lady Marchant Williams, he being an eminent Victorian MP and stipendiary Judge.
Part of the adjoining building was used as the architects / engineers drawing office during the construction of the Elan Valley reservoirs.
Upon completion of the dams, the building was taken down and rebuilt for Sir Marchant Williams as a games room, accessed through the current restaurant/kitchen room.
The Drawing Room holds a Certificate of Excellence from TripAdvisor
AA Restaurant of the year Wales
Good Hotel Guide Welsh Restaurant-with-rooms of the year
AA Notable Wine List Award
True Taste Eating Out in Wales Winner