We stayed at the Baskerville Hall Hotel for a stag over the course of the weekend. We decided to camp for the first night and stay in the hotel for the second night. The camping field was great and we had it to ourselves, hotel even provided a bbq for us to use which was perfect for us. We were able to access the hotel and use all the facilities. Second night was at the hotel and used various different room and to no complaints. The rooms are a little dated and a well used but for us they were perfect. We had breakfast both days which again was decent enough, and they were able to cater to the veggies in our group. The hotel also helped us organise two activities, clay pigeon shooting as well as gorge walking. Both were well organised and really good fun. They ran a club night for us and the other groups staying as well which was a good laugh.
I would recommend the hotel highly for group activities and a weekend with friends. Wide ranging activities and the service was superb. We were really looked after and made to feel very welcome.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Built in 1839 by Thomas Baskerville, this historic building still displays the oak panelled dining room, ornate cornices, heated indoor swimming pool and restaurant, two bars, many outdoor pursuits set in 130 acres of Welsh countryside.Executive style rooms with four poster beds to Standard accommodation.Hay on Wye is just over a mile away, renowned for the numerous second hand book shops and its Literary Festival.Great walks, Offas Dyke and The Wye Valley Walk to name just two with magnificent scenery in the Brecon Beacons and Blackmountain National Park. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Hotel Baskerville Hall
- Baskerville Hall Hotel Hay-On-Wye, Wales