Llangoed Hall is a truly impressive building dating from 1632. Formerly known as Llangoed Castle, it strikes an imposing picture in the Wye Valley near the village of Llyswen in Mid Wales. What's more, the River Wye was recently voted the best river in England and Wales, being described as "magical and timeless". Set within acres of beautiful landscaped gardens, it is the "home from home" that you would expect from your best friend's country house. The oldest part of the building dates back to 1632 with original features including the Jacobean chimneys and the oak door that leads from the library to the south porch. However, as it stands today most of the building owes its heritage to Edwardian architect, Sir Clough Williams-Ellis, who finished rebuilding it in 1919. The carved timber staircase and 95 feet long pillared gallery are examples of unusual daring on his part.
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