Was an amazing stay! We booked it just for Spa as a stop over on our Welsh driving trip. Magnificent old roman building with columns and picturess location.
Spa is very good, loved the fact that both, pool and jacuzzi, didn't smell of chlorium, but were very pleasantly warm and clean. Sauna and steam room were also very good, not too hot, but good. Service in the spa was also good, pleasant and friendly staff.
Our room wasn't in the main building, we had to walk out and we stayed in the little cottage-like building on the side. We were amazed when we saw a kitchen and a living room inside, apart from bedroom and bathroom! It was probably bigger than my flat :) Very tired though.. Clean, but very old fashioned and old furniture, cracks on walls, badly planned lighting and not many mirrors. There was someones left over food in the fridge!! We obviously didn't touch it, but it shouldn't have been there. plus we found some spiders in the room before going to bed. I'm terrified of them, so it wasn't very pleasant.. Had a good night of sleep as it was very quiet.. Shame that in the morning, at around 8am there were some roaring noises from car park behind the building, was quite annoying, as we were looking forward to a lye in..
The dinner was nice - not a top service, but the food was good, not a Michelin star, but just good. Worth of eating there, good value as well. And good wine list.
The breakfast - was somewhat a fiasco! There were two parts of the restaurant and only one of them was opened due to shortage of staff. We had to join a queue and stay there for 20 mins waiting for a table.. The waitress was older than a building we were in, not friendly at all, and not helpful. Breakfast was made on order, not continental, so had a limited menu, mine wasn't the best, but quite big, so that saved the day :)
Would stay there again to use the spa and enjoy the countryside if I'm in that area again. But would look for discount, as I don't think it's worth £100 per night.. less