Guests are always assured of a warm welcome at the Afon Duad Inn and Dolau self-catering cottage. Located in the village of Cwmduad, in the heart of the beautiful Teifi valley in West Wales.
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*** Overall Winner AA GUEST ACCOMMODATION OF THE YEAR FOR WALES 2013/2014 *** *** Winner National Tourism Awards 'BEST PLACE TO STAY, WALES - GUEST ACCOMMODATION 2014'*** Llwyn Helyg, is a newly built ‘Country House’ offering exceptional luxury Bed and Breakfast Accommodation with private parking. Sitting in 3 Acres of landscaped gardens, Llwyn Helyg is between Carmarthen and Llandeilo. All bedrooms have En Suites, featuring ‘Super King’ 6 foot wide beds and luxurious Vi-Spring Mattresses.
Glasfryn was built in 1890, originally as a vicarage. In later years the house was used as a doctors surgery. We are a 4 Star Rated visit Wales Accredited accommodation. Guests have 24 hour access and use of the garden to relax in. The coast and mountains are in easy reach. Glasfryn now has a self catering cotage which sleeps 4.
Share the magic of Merlin and Carmarthenshire all year round whilst staying in our farmhouse on the family run dairy and sheep farm, overlooking the beautiful Towy Valley. Alltyfyrddin offers 4 Star Farmhouse Bed and Breakfast accommodation in five bedrooms - single, double, twin and family rooms. All have en-suite facilities and are tastefully decorated, furnished with your comfort in mind. We look forward to welcoming you to Alltyfyrddin.
We are a family run 4 star B & B, Pub and Restaurant. Food is served throughout the day from the bar, and during the evening the restaurant is open with a more extensive menu. We hope to make your stay at the Hollybrook Country Inn as relaxing as possible. From March 6th 2017 new fibre optic wireless internet
Tudor lodge is a modern, comfortable and spacious house where you are sure to receive a very warm welcome and is ideally located for easy access across Carmarthenshire.
Ffrwdfal Mansion nestles in peaceful surroundings in the rolling hills of Carmarthenshire, the ‘Garden of Wales’, and is set in 120 acres of ancient pasture and woodland running down to the Cothi river.
Glynhir is located two miles from the village of Llandybie, between the towns of Ammanford and Llandeilo, and just ten miles from the end of the M4. Its name ‘glyn hir’ means ‘long valley’ and describes the way the mansion was built on a plateau above a seven mile long wooded gorge at the foot of the Black Mountains. Glynhir offers both B&B in the 17th century mansion and self catering accommodation in four historic cottages.