The Times picked 50 hotels from across the United Kingdom to book for the summer holidays and Gliffaes was one of only two hotels in Wales chosen.
“A Victorian country house surrounded by the majestic scenery of the Brecon Beacons, Gliffaes has its own century arboretum, an ornamental pond and swathes of azaleas and rhododendrons. Overlooking it all is the elegant house, with 23 pleasingly chintz-free bedrooms, and a restaurant that cooks with ingredients from the best local producers. The hotel is by the River Usk, a great spot for fly-fishing, and the Brecon Beacons are just outside.”
Read the full article on the Times website
We are still unsure as to when we can re-open. I think it will be around the 24th May.
Gliffaes will not be open for outdoor dining only – I am afraid the numbers don’t stack up for us.
Mark Drakeford, The Welsh First Minister has given no definitive date for the opening of indoor hospitality in Wales.
This matter is further confused by the local elections on the 6th May. If Labour is returned to power he tells us that he will be minded to consider the opening of indoor hospitality on the 17th May and I guess he will give us about a week’s notice taking us to the 24th May.
Online booking is available and reception will be staffed from 9am to midday from Monday to Saturday, so please do call us.
Thank you for all your support and we hope to see you in May and beyond.
James & Susie Suter and all the team at Gliffaes.