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The Hall at Abbey-Cwm-Hir, Llandrindod Wells
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  • Visited yesterday with a retirement club. I had heard a few things about it but still didn't really know what to expect. Well, what to say and where to start??!!! It was truly amazing!! All 52 rooms t...  more »
  • This place is truly fantastic,heard good things about all the rooms being decorated in christmas themes,so we had to visit,and we were not dissapointed,the tour of the house took just over 2 hours,but...  more »
  • This is an amazing property to visit. The owner gave us an initial talk on the history of the house and how they renovated it. Then a tour guide gave us a tour of the whole house. The tour guide told ...  more »
  • It's difficult to articulate quite where the appeal of The Hall at Abbey-Cwm-Hir lies. No one is making the claim that the contents are original or "period" - many of them are the odd bits collected by the owners. Somehow, despite the eclectic nature of the items, it all seems to come together in quite a delightful way. Touring the house is like the antithesis of visiting a National Trust property - touching is permitted, the background stories are surprising, and the contents of each room unpredictable. Paul and Victoria - the owners - are clearly bonkers in the most lovely, obliging, and endearingly British way. A lot of hard work has gone into this enterprise and the result is well worth a visit.
  • Beautiful remote village!
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