The Coach & Horses Inn © 2018 -
This old coaching Inn hidden away in the lovely village of Llangynidr is surrounded by the Brecon Beacons National Park and overlooking the delightful Brecon and Monmouth Canal.
With original historical character and charm, complete with old beams, oak panelling and flagstone floors, The Coach & Horses Inn offers four individually designed guest rooms, exemplary personal service and quality dining. Providing a 'home away from home', guests return time and again.
Llangynidr is the perfect location for access to the Brecon Beacons, Black Mountains and the historic market towns of Crickhowell and Brecon.
Outside is a large, peaceful garden overlooking the canal with stunning views over the local countryside and ample, private car parking.
The Coach & Horses Inn is a popular choice for Weddings (Bespoke Wedding for 60 people), Christenings, Private Parties, Societies, Clubs, Board Meetings, Company Away Days, Conferences and Meetings for up to 30 people.
We are dog and children friendly!
Welcome to The Coach & Horses Inn, Llangynidr
Food & Drink
Chef patron Shaun Ellis is well known for warmth of his welcome and the excellence of his cooking. There is a range of tables for relaxed informal bar eating or the more formal restaurant features smartly laid tables, soft lighting and an elegant stone fireplace while mouthwatering dishes make inspired use of the finest produce from local and sustainable sources. The bar serves a range of drinks and traditional ales -
Lunch is served daily between 12.00pm until 2.00pm. Sunday Lunch is served from 12pm until 3.00pm and Dinner is served between 6.00pm and 9.00pm.
Deep fried mozzarella balls with chilli jam
Moules Mariner with bread £6.95
Fresh Seafood or Chicken Ceasar salads
Strips of Beef fillet in port & Stilton, chive mash £16.95
John Dory fillet with saffron pots &
Pan fried Dover Sole fillets, garlic butter & Jersey Royals £16.95
Fresh Crab spagehtti with hot smoked salmon& asparagus £16.95
The Coach & Horses Inn offers four individually designed guest rooms, exemplary personal service and quality dining. Providing a 'home away from home', guests return time and again.
All rooms are comfortably furnished and decorated to a high standard. Rooms have tea/coffee facilities, clock/radio, hairdryer and Wi-
Breakfast is served from 8am unless otherwise requested.
As with our restaurant, our accommodation is very popular so early booking is advised to avoid disappointment.
Bed & Breakfast
Double / Twin £70.00 per night (single occupancy £45.00 per night)
Dinner, Bed & Breakfast
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The land was then in the ownership of the Earls of Worcester until the nineteenth and early twentieth century when much of Llangynidr was part of the Glanusk Park estate.
Little is known about the Coach & Horses prior to becoming an Inn, apart from it was built in the 1600 as stables, you can still see remains of the stables throughout the Inn, especially the “CWTCH” ..
Like most Inns at the time, stage coaches would stop off and rest their horses, whilst travellers obtained a drink and meal or room for the night before their onward journey…
Monmouth to Brecon Canal
Being a contour canal, locks are in short supply on the Brecon & Abergavenny stretch of the Monmouthshire & Brecon Canal. And then at Llangynidr five come along, all at once. It's a beautiful spot, right in the heart of the Brecon Beacons National Park, and there's a pub, the Coach & Horses, by the bottom lock.
Nearby attractions include Talybont Reservoir, famous for its water-
As well the many great attractions nearby, each year the area is host to popular festivals and shows, such our very own Llangynidr Agricultural Show which is held each year in August as well as Brecon Jazz Weekend, Brecon County Show, Hay Festival, Green Man Festival and the Royal Welsh Show, and lots more to see and do!
A few miles away to the west is Blaenavon. In the 1860s this designated World Heritage Site was at the centre of the largest iron producing region in the world, using new techniques for smelting and rolling.
The remains of the blast furnaces and works can be seen and here also is the Big Pit Mining where you can go underground in a former coal mine.
The Coach & Horses Inn
Cwm Crawnon Road