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About The Old Rectory Country Hotel


 The Rectory in Llangattock served as a place of residence (parsonage) to members of the Clergy of St Cadwg’s Church in Llangattock. The Rectory of Llangattock is mentioned in Pope Nicholas’ Taxation compiled in 1288 with a living at that time valued at £16, although is it unlikely that the Old Rectory as we know it now served as part of this. There is evidence to suggest that the Village Farm may have been the original Rectory house. 


As a hotel we have 21 rooms all with en-suite bathrooms, a bar and dining area, as well as a function room with its very own bar also!

 The hotel offers a relaxing break with breathe taking views and a plethora of walking experiences and routes near by. Backing right onto the canal, linking to many great towpaths and walks to local tourist attractions. 



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