Accommodation

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  • Penbontbren

    This luxury bed and breakfast is nestled in 32 acres of grounds, surrounded by wonderful West Wales countryside with views towards the Preseli mountains and only two miles from wonderful national trust beaches. In fact, it is the perfect base from which to explore these picturesque beaches, unspoilt towns and beautiful countryside of Ceredigion, Pembrokeshire an Carmarthenshire.
  • Brynawel Farm

    A peaceful country home with outstanding views over the Loughor Estuary and North Gower peninsular. Although a completely rural, dog-friendly B&B, it is just 10 mins from Junction 47 of the M4. This makes it very convenient for access to Morriston Hospital and also an excellent stopping-off point for the Irish ferries.The perfect location for those passing through or those who wish to make it a base for exploring the area.
  • Derwen Coach House

    This four-star, Visit Wales, multi-dog friendly, one-bed, ground-floor coach house has received Walker and Cyclist Friendly awards in 2019. It is approximately 25 minutes’ drive from the Botanic Garden and is ideal for exploring a range of locations and activities such as mountain biking, cycling, touring, walking, fishing and hiking. Or you could just enjoy the peaceful Welsh countryside from the patio of the large enclosed garden.
  • Penrhipyn Cottage

    Located in the idyllic hamlet of Gwernogle in the heart of the Cothi Valley, Penrhipyn – a former blacksmith’s shop - is a beautiful and tranquil rural retreat, complete with its own wildflower meadow and a five-star rating. On the edge of Brechfa Forest and close to Llanfihangel Rhos y Corn Mountain and Gorlech BikeTrails, this 19th century traditional Welsh cottage is an ideal base for walkers and cyclists or for those who just want to get away from it all. The three bedrooms sleep six plus a cot and offer wonderful views across the valley.
  • Bed and Breakfast in Kidwelly

    Bed & Breakfast in Kidwelly A four-star, family-run Carmarthenshire Bed & Breakfast nestled in the historic town of Kidwelly. With four stylish en-suite rooms Kidwelly Bed & Breakfast is your home from home. This stylish and comfortable accommodation is centrally located for exploring the county and the region and boasts first class service and the personal touches of a small, family-run business. Close to ancient market towns, beautiful gardens, historic castles and blue flag beaches. Ffos Las racecourse, Pembrey Country Park and motor racing circuit and the National Botanic Garden of Wales are nearby.
  • Red Kite Cottage

    A converted milking parlour, the cottage, all on one level with original beams, is 5-star graded, award-winning, rurally located yet close to Carmarthen, with a raised sun-trap patio overlooking farm fields. Just 15 mins from the Botanic Garden, it sleeps up to five guests in two bedrooms, and welcomes a couple of well behaved dogs. Also available, is Y Golchdy, a smaller rustic cosy stone cottage with woodburner, rustic appeal, mezzanine bed area, plus kitchenette and shower room for short breaks for singles or couples but no dogs.