The good points - very large, light, airy rooms in historic building in the centre of Brecon, reasonably priced. Free fast Wi-Fi. Varied selection of well priced food and drink. Kettle tea coffee in rooms.
Not so good - scuff marks on the walls, two patches on the ceiling where leak damage had not been repainted, bathroom grout grotty and the whole bathroom could be cleaner. TV screen v small, no lift or offer of help with bags, restaurant understaffed - waited 45 minutes for a simple main one day and the next did not bother as was told there would be a wait of up to an hour.Hotel has only one key per room and no spare. Building closes overnight no staff on premises. No fridge.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- We're situated in a prime position in Brecon Town Square, within easy reach of the beautiful surrounding Powys countryside and Brecon Beacons National Park. You'll find plenty to do and explore locally. Why not take a leisurely walk along the canal, or maybe a trip on the Dragonfly Barge taking in the stunning scenery. If you fancy an energetic day out, pursuits such as canoeing, mountain-climbing, biking or kayaking can be arranged with Black Mountains Activities, or alternatively you could give Cradoc Golf Club a visit - an excellent club for those golfers amongst you. And of course, in August during the Brecon Jazz festival, the Wellington provide a perfect base for you to enjoy all the musical revelry. Whatever you're looking for, you will find it here in Brecon! ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- The Wellington Hotel Brecon, Wales