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Reviewed December 18, 2012

We stayed for the one night to attend a wedding up at hurst house. The rooms were very clean and our hosts very pleasant. A really great breakfast compared with hurst house up the track were we stayed for the night of the wedding . This place is well worth the money.

Room Tip: Did not sleep very well but that was due to my husband who never sleeps very well except in his own bed.
  • Stayed: December 2012, traveled as a couple
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Thank Angela B
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Reviewed December 2, 2012

Tom and Jackie run this wonderful B&B, just outside Laugharne.
It's a working organic farm, which means you travel down a well made track for about 1/4 mile, but you be won't disappointed on arrival. The bedrooms are spotless, the beds really comfortable and the breakfast well worth waking up for.
Nothing is too much trouble for your genial hosts, and you won't want to leave.
Smokey their grey cat will come and give you attention if you're a cat lover, if you're not, don't worry, they'll keep him in the kitchen.

Stayed: December 2012, traveled as a couple
Thank Moz278
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Reviewed October 26, 2012

Just stayed for four nights in the comfiest bed I have slept in! Don't be fooled by the lack of recent reviews- the visitor book shows it is very popular and often visited. The view is stunning, the farmhouse peaceful and Tom,Jackie and Smokey the cat all friendly. Stocks are replenished daily and creatively. The room is spotless. It has a heater which you can switch on and off as needed. Breakfast ( which is delicious and filling) is in a private TV lounge.The farm is off the main road between Laugharne and Pendine Sands down single track lanes, past Nine Acres and Hurst Hotel . The track near Hurst Hotel has many potholes which is the only reason why I didn't give it an excellent rating overall. For food for the rest of the day I would recommend the Cawl soup £4.95 ( pronounced cowl) at Dylans boathouse and the nut roast £8.95 at the Carpenters Arms and the rhubarb crumble at Parry's Pendine. These were the best meals I had out during my stay. The journey to Pendine takes 10 minutes door to door. (Wave to the badgers en route) Good base to explore the area. The route back from Cardigan via Cenarth is beautiful ( takes an hour) thanks to Jackie for that tip.

  • Stayed: October 2012, traveled solo
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1  Thank GerberaSurrey
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Reviewed October 31, 2011

Top marks for quality of service provided. Excellent breakfast - more than we could eat! Pleasant friendly people (and farm dogs!) Totally spotlessly clean everywhere, clean towels every day, comfortable bed and superb standard of décor.
We chose a very cold and windy weekend and there is no central heating. We had a heater in our room which quickly brought the temperature up but we had to keep the door to the en suite open as there was no means of heating in there. Jackie kindly allowed me also to use the spearate bathroom as I don't like showers, but I only braved that once as it was so cold, the taps didn't work properly and I used up all the hot water so that my partner had a short shower.
The area is beautiful and very quiet. Be aware, from the sattelite view we thought we would only be a couple of minutes from the beach but as the MoD owns the corridor of land between the farm and the beach, you can only get to the beach at each end.
Don't let the above stop you from visiting. We had a relaxing 3 nights and enjoyed our stay.

  • Stayed: October 2011, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank Sheila J
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Reviewed October 31, 2011

Phenomenal accommodation and standards of cleanliness. Superb rooms, linen, comfiest beds, fab views, magnificent breakfast and the friendliest hosts you could wish for. Please treat yourself and try Malt House Farm for yourselves, you will not be disappointed.
Thank you Tom , Jackie and Smokey -we will be back soon

  • Stayed: October 2011, traveled with family
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Thank Sharon K
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