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  • Neuadd Wen

    The Neuadd Wen Country Guest House is a 19th century beamed house in a small welsh village of Cwmduad. Situated on the A484, it is ideally situated for guest to travel to Carmarthen and Newcastle Emlyn. After a hearty cooked breakfast, you are just a 30-minute drive fromthe Botanic Garden. To book please email on, Call 01267281438 or 07763028942.
  • Marine Hotel

    Located on the picturesque promenade, the Marine Hotel Aberystwyth has opened it's door under the same family for over 30 years, we are now welcoming the grand-children to the running of the hotel! We are very fortunate to be located close enough to the town centre but away from the hustle and bustle of town life. A visit to Aberystwyth wouldn't be complete without a visit to the Marine Hotel. It's an iconic hotel that has hosted generations of students and parents, holiday makers, business travellers, conferences, weddings and parties. So when you visit Aberystwyth - make sure you come and stay with us for an unforgettable night and unique view of the Pier and Prom as the sunsets on Cardigan Bay. If not, call on a Sunday to enjoy the unrivalled Sunday Carvery, or just pop in for a coffee or a meal before you go and 'kick the bar' at the end of the Prom.
  • Wrights’ Food Emporium

    Wrights' now have two recently completed self-catering offerings where you can stay whilst visiting Wrights' and the Tywy Valley
  • Henllys Lodge

    Henllys Lodge is a spacious, peaceful, luxurious, warm and welcoming four-bedroom house (sleeps 8) set in a rural environment, extensively rebuilt and redesigned with eco-friendly and allergy-friendly features, with garden, views and surrounded by beautiful Welsh countryside. Awarded 5 Stars by Visit Wales, and with ‘Walkers Welcome’, ‘Cyclists Welcome’ and a GOLD award from the Green Tourism Business Scheme. Henllys Lodge is on the western edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park where visitors can enjoy walking, bird-watching, cycling, mountain-biking, and other outdoor pursuits, or alternatively visiting local castles, gardens, woodlands, nature reserves, houses and sites of historic interest. Llandovery, Carmarthenshire.
  • Canvas & Campfires, near Lampeter

    A luxury safari-tent glamping and holiday let site on a traditional smallholding, 40 mins north of the Botanic Garden. Experience luxury glamping at its absolute best or cosy up in our converted cow shed for two with its wood fired hot tub. There are three stunning safari tents, all with wood burning stoves, comfy beds, sofas, flushing toilets and running water. The tents are in a southwest facing part of the farm with amazing views. The converted cowshed looks out westwards and over the pond and the stars from the hot tub are outstanding on a clear night.
  • Coedhirion Farm

    is just five minutes’ drive from the Botanic Garden and offers a range of holiday accommodation including award-winning farmhouse bed and breakfast and a Caravan and Campsite in quiet woodland. Stay three nights or more and get free admission to the Botanic Garden. We promise a very warm welcome and the chance to see our prize winning flocks of Texel and Coloured Ryeland sheep.