We have stayed here on a few occasions now as dogs are welcome - we have had birthday celebrations, New Year's eve (twice) and just because visits. A beautiful historic building, tasteful and traditional, warm and welcoming. The food is wonderful and all locally produced. A relaxing start with tea and bara brith on arrival, a good warm by the huge log burner before dinner. I have shared this gem with so many people and they all love it. If you want comfort and excellent food and service in a hidden part of Carmarthenshire this is the place to stay.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A 16th-century converted farmhouse with many original features remaining including wooden beams, thick stone walls, wood burning stove, tiled floors. Good food using seasonal produce from the local area to provide a daily-changing menu. Very conveniently located for visiting the many attractions the area has to offer including Aberglasney and the National Botanic Gardens plus Dinefwr Park, Dylan Thomas' Boathouse, Carreg Cennan Castle. ... more less
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