Idyllic, beautiful, calming, atmospheric, just a few words often said about Llanthony Priory.
Feel the need to get away from it all? Want to feel as if time has stood still? Ready to relax and unwind?
Llanthony Priory is the ideal place to truly rest and relax. No televisions in the rooms, no mobile phone signal. Completely switch off from the rest of the world in beautiful surroundings.
Whether you want to go walking, cycling or trekking, maybe do some reading, painting or star gazing. Llanthony is a wonderful base to cater for all.
Four of our guest rooms are situated in the tower next to the dining room and reached by a spiral staircase. The rooms are comfortable but basic and furnished in a manner suited to a 12th century priory, including four poster or half tester beds. They have no en-suite facilities, and in fact have no plumbing at all. We do have two fully fitted shower rooms situated on the first floor. Next to the tower we also have three additional guest rooms with a fully fitted bathroom. This section
Real ales are served in the vaulted under croft bar, thought once to have been the prior's cellar, while excellent homemade meals are served in the dining room, with its vaulted ceiling and open log fire.
Llanthony Priory was one of the earliest houses of Augustinian canons to be founded in Britain, and is one of only a handful in Wales. It is chiefly famous today for its wild and beautiful setting, far up the Vale of Ewyas in the Black Mountains. It was the priory's remoteness in the Welsh hills which was its undoing, however, making it vulnerable to attack. Giraldus Cambrensis described it, in the late 12th century, as being 'fixed amongst a barbarous people'.
Llanthony Priory Hotel are pleased to announce that we have remained in The Good Hotel Guide for 2022
We are proud to support Welsh brewers and distillers. Our Welsh roots are important to us,which is why we supply the best Welsh real ales, lager, stout, spirits and liqueurs.
Tel. 01873 890487
Llanthony Priory Hotel
Dogs are not allowed in the hotel or the grounds of the priory.
Many thanks to Emma Davies for kindly giving us permission to use her amazing exterior photographs on our website.Thanks also to Alyn Wallace photography.