Crowning the Aeron Valley, that sweeps towards Wales’ Heritage Coastline four miles away, Ty Mawr Mansion holds national awards for its outstanding restaurant and exquisite accommodation.
The imposing exterior of the Grade II listed building reveals a beautifully restored interior, offering a unique fusion of Georgian splendour with contemporary facilities. Whether you prefer to relax and unwind by watching the wildlife in the grounds or prefer more active pursuits, there is certainly something for everyone.
The restaurant at Ty Mawr sources over 90% of the seasonal produce used in the kitchens from within a ten mile radius of the hotel, ensuring that dining at Ty Mawr is a delight for the palate.
Whether visiting on business or pleasure the rooms you choose for your stay at Ty Mawr guarantee a sumptuous environment from which to dazzle your client or explore the stunning countryside. Guests can enjoy luxuries such as steam pods, slipper baths and whirlpool jacuzzis.
Some of the areas attractions are Llanerchaeron, National Trust, Devils Bridge & Vale of Rheidol Steam Railway, Hafod Partnership, Welsh Bird of Prey Centre.
There is certainly plenty to see and do locally.