A former Georgian rectory set in the heart of the country, Pen-Y-Dyffryn is a haven for peace and quiet with friendly staff to make you feel welcome.
Pen-Y-Dyffryn is only a hundred yards from the border, and on market days you may often hear people speaking Welsh as well as English! Before becoming a hotel it was the rectory for the local vicar, who used to walk over the border into Wales to deliver his sermons.
Set in the countryside, you can feel totally at ease and fully relaxed in the beautiful settings - not to mention the fact you can take complete advantage of your own patio, have spa treatments in your room and take five in a Jacuzzi to help you unwind. It is no wonder they have been named "Britain's cosiest Places to Stay" by the Sunday Telegraph (2015).
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