Accommodation

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  • Castle Ely Mill Cottages

    Castle Ely Mill was once a medieval watermill and stone barn. It has been converted into our home plus three comfortable self-catering holiday cottages (sleeping 2/4/6). Set in four acres of landscaped grounds with a beautiful private fishing lake, it’s the perfect base for a holiday in West Wales. Guests will receive discounted entry vouchers for the National Botanic Garden of Wales plus 10% discount on all weekly cottage rents when you book direct and quote "National Botanic Garden Offer".
  • Old Oak Barn

    Old Oak Barn is Award Winning self catering accommodation in a converted barn which sleeps 4. Open all year round but with short breaks only between October and Easter. Beautifully decorated inside, the barn is suitable for children or couples wanting to visit Carmarthenshire. The setting is magical adjacent to the owners 40 acre woodlands and located just 20 minutes west of the National Gardens of Wales. Vouchers available for entry to the Gardens.
  • The Annexe at Pleasant View

    Enjoy the beauty of Carmarthenshire from an idyllic self-catering cottage for 2 deep in the heart of the countryside but still within walking distance of the village of Meidrim with its chapel, church and traditional Inn. An ideal centre for touring, cycling, riding, walking, fishing, golf and bird-watching - a short drive from the National Botanic Garden.
  • 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.
  • Basel Cottage, Llandovery

    Basel Cottage is an award-winning 5-star Visit Wales self-catering holiday accommodation located in Llandovery, Carmarthenshire, in the Cambrian Mountains and on the edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park with walks from the door. There are 17 acres including a private wood, an enclosed field, decked terrace overlooking the river and a stone and slate terrace with fire-pit. Sleeps four in two bedrooms, a super-king and a twin-bedded room both with their own private bathrooms. Up to 2 dogs are welcome free of charge.
  • New White Lion Inn

    A three-night break for two people which includes bed and breakfast, afternoon tea on day of arrival, dinner on first night with house wine. Champagne, chocolates and flowers in room. Luxury dressing gowns to take home, free entry to National Botanic Garden and a token gift. Normal price £595 but special Botanic Garden offer of £450.