Manordaf B&B – Carmarthenshire

Manordaf offer a clean and comfortable, dog-friendly, en-suite Bed & Breakfast accommodation in a large detached Victorian house set in its own grounds next to the River Taf in Carmarthenshire.  Our guests enjoy comfortable beds, high quality bedding and delicious breakfasts cooked to order. Manordaf B&B pride ourselves on offering a warm and friendly welcome and try to offer something a little extra to make our guests feel special.

We have free off -street parking and can offer garaged cycle and motorbike storage for our guests. With superb views across and down the valley towards Laugharne our guests are welcome to use the quay and summerhouse to enjoy a drink, watch the wildlife and catch the sun set. Manordaf is located just off the A40, it is a short walk to St Clears town centre and just 3 miles from Laugharne.  Here you will find ‘Sea View’ the former home of Dylan Thomas, his Writing Shed, the Boat House, and of course, Laugharne Castle.  The Wales Coastal Path and National Cycle Route No. 4 go right past the door. We are close to the Pembrokeshire border with the ferry terminals at Fishguard and Pembroke Dock less than an hours drive. There are many attractions in and around St. Clears such as Oakwood Theme Park, National Botanical Gardens, St David’s Cathedral, the coastal path and the many beaches of South Pembrokeshire.

Ty Capel is a luxury bed & breakfast just outside Llanidloes in Powys. Ty Capel Bed & Breakfast have 4 en-suite rooms and also offer evening meal if required (vegan/vegetarian options available on request) there is a small honesty bar and guests are free to enjoy our secluded gardens.

The moment we stepped into Ty Capel we could see it needed so much work but when we saw the view from the upstairs balcony, we fell in love with this place and on the very same day we put in an offer which was accepted and so began our Welsh journey to a new way of life. So we gave up our jobs and moved from Essex to Llanidloes, Powys in beautiful Wales to finish renovating our dream house and turn it into a luxury bed and breakfast where people can come and leave behind the hustle and bustle of day to day life. We wanted to create a retreat where you can come to relax, whether that is cycling, walking, fishing, yoga, bird watching or just sitting on the balcony with a cool drink taking in the breath taking view, this is the perfect place to get away from it all.

Lychgate bed and breakfast is ideally situated for Caldicot Castle, Castle Gate Business Park and Chepstow Racecourse. A short drive away you can find Tintern Abbey, Symmonds Yat, Monmouth, Abergavenny Ross-on-Wye, Bristol and of course our capital city Cardiff.

Hello, my name is Janice and I’ve owned The Lychgate Guest House since 2014. The Lychgate has four en-suite rooms all with crisp white linen, USB points, coffee machines, TV, DVD players and free WiFi. I’m proud to have been awarded in 2017 an SME award and also from Trip Advisor had a Certificate of Excellence every year since 2014. I cater for walkers and cyclists with the Welsh Coastal Path and Offas Dyke so close. Come and see for yourself as a warm welcome awaits you at Lychgate bed and breakfast.

  • Your comfort is priority, so everything I can do to make your room the best it can be has been thought of.
  • A welcoming bowl of fruit and sweets to the Lavender Pillow Spray and Espresso coffee machines you can be sure your stay will be a restful one.
  • All rooms have flat screen TV with digital Freeview, DVD players with wide selection of DVDs, hairdryers and free Wi-Fi.
  • Each room has a audible fire alarms, and The Lychgate is a non smoking Guest House.
  • The car park is all on one level, be it on a slight slope, there is one step up into the main building. Reception has a wooden floor, the rest of the building is low pile carpet.
  • There are 3 stairs up to a small landing then a corner to turn then 13 stairs up to the rooms. A handrail is on the stairs. Service dogs are welcome.
  • Downstairs is the breakfast room and one bedroom, all the bedrooms have a small step up into en-suite showers.

Ceridwen Centre, a characterful, family run holiday retreat and pet-friendly business based on a small organic farm in North Carmarthenshire. We have varied self-catering & glamping accommodation – a large house sleeping 19, a glamping cabin sleeping 5, a double-decker bus sleeping up to 6, an eco-pod sleeping two and 5 Welsh-made yurts, as well as 4 Bed and Breakfast rooms and a function room.

The Ceridwen Centre is an multi-award winning eco-sensitive holiday, course, retreat, event and wedding venue on a 40 acre Organic farm in the Teifi Valley in West Wales. We can accommodate over 60 people in a variety of comfortable unique spaces all restored, upcycled or made by our local on site team. We are in a beautiful historic location 15 miles from some fantastic beaches. We have a licensed bar and shop. We run regular Friday pizza nights (woodfired sourdough Pizza with seasonal and locally sourced toppings) plus Saturday Burger nights. Check out our Menus and contact us to book in. The Ceridwen Centre is in an area that’s known as the Teifi Valley which is one of Wales’ best kept secrets; visitors will discover here a land of ancient language and traditions, of legends and kings, with lush countryside and rugged hills steeped in history, bustling market towns and country villages built beside the Teifi, excellent local produce – from sea, river and land – can be sampled in the area’s hostelries and restaurants. You’ll find a wide range of arts and crafts, galleries and studios throughout the valley and a warm welcome in one of the many and varied cottages, tipis, farmhouses, yurts, gypsy wagons or cabins available in the valley. The river Teifi, famed for its fishing, runs to the mouth of Cardigan Bay and unites the three counties of Pembrokeshire, Ceredigion and Carmarthenshire. For visitors, we have it all – blue flag beaches, world-class gardens, woodlands, Castles and beautiful countryside. The scenery changes around every bend, inviting you to explore, and stay a while longer. Enjoy forest walks, walks over rolling green hills and walks up our leafy lane. Carmarthenshire is known as the ‘garden of Wales’ and the National Botanic Garden of Wales does this justice, with the world’s biggest single span glasshouse housing the best collection of Mediterranean plants in the Northern Hemisphere.

Forge Cottage Bed and Breakfast in Gower is around 250 years old and has been refurbished to a very high standard, Forge Cottage Bed and Breakfast sits in three quarters of an acre of gardens & orchard.

Forge Cottage, which is about 250 years old and has been refurbished to a very high standard. It sits in three quarters of an acre of gardens & orchard. The accommodation consists of just two en-suite bedrooms, so your personal attention is guaranteed. There is one double room and the other room has a single and a double bed so can be used as a double, twin, single or small family room. Both rooms are centrally heated, have tea/coffee facilities and colour TV. WIFI facilities are available at a nominal cost. Breakfasts on sunny mornings can be taken on the outside decked area, overlooking the Burry Inlet. What a view at high tides! Packed lunches for your days out can also be provided. Drying facilities and storage for bikes etc are available. For guests who are walking or cycling around Gower, there is a local taxi service who is able to collect your luggage and drop it off at your destination. Gower itself, Britain’s first ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’ offers almost everything in a small area that the visitor may require, while also being an ideal base to explore West Wales, the Brecon Beacons and the Valleys. On rainy days Swansea is only 30 minutes drive away. Local activities include walking, swimming, beach & rock fishing, surfing, pony trekking, hand gliding and numerous golf courses.

Gower View Luxury Bed and Breakfast near Tenby is a Pembrokeshire Tourism gold award winning business conveniently located just two miles outside of the town. Gower View Luxury Bed and Breakfast property faces South East and offers wonderful views across to Tenby and beyond to the Gower Peninsula which you can enjoy from the veranda or the balcony of the twin bedroom.

Enjoy a homemade afternoon cream tea on arrival which sets the tone for the delicious locally sourced breakfast you can expect with homemade bread, jams and seasonal fruit compotes. A new luxury eco garden cabin with high spec interior large bedroom with kitchenette and en suite shower room is now available to book for romantic getaways. It has large patio doors opening onto it’s own decked area with seating for good weather to relax outdoors and enjoy the view. This accommodation is situated between the side of the house and a small wood and will provide a more private stay. Continental breakfast provided for your stay in cabin until further notice. There is a king size bed with egyptian cotton bed linen, glamorous en suite with oxydised copper walls and black sanitary fittings, low threshold shower tray and eco smart raindance shower. In the kitchenette there is a small fridge, kettle, cutlery and crockery.

The Salutation Inn Bed and Breakfast in Newport, Pembrokeshire dates from the 16th century and was originally a coaching inn, The Salutation Inn Bed and Breakfast has recently been tastefully modernised to give 21st century comfort to their guests.

Many of the original features of the old inn have been retained and now blend perfectly with the modern and well appointed bed and breakfast accommodation, bars and spacious restaurant. The Inn with its 8 comfortable bed & breakfast rooms is an ideal base for local leisure activities such as walking the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path and Preseli Hills. Cycling, bird watching, fishing and horse riding are also available locally. All major attractions in both Pembrokeshire and Cardiganshire are within a short drive or bus ride from the inn. If your visit is simply to relax and take in the country air, we are able to offer you a quiet, relaxing haven, well away from the pressures of life. The Inn is tucked away in the sleepy village of Felindre Farchog with the crystal clear meandering River Nevern winding its way alongside our Inn. There is also a nice woodland walk from the Inn that leads to St Brynach’s Church at Nevern, famous for its Celtic Cross and bleeding Yew trees.

Fields Lodge Bed and Breakfast is situated in Pembrokeshire at the very edge of a small, quiet village, in its own grounds amounting to 1/3 of an acre of established shrubbery, the village boasts a small Post Office, shop, church and pub.

The beach of Sandy Haven is at the edge of the village and Sandy Haven creek, a lovely tidal inlet is a 5 minute walk down an infrequently used lane from the property. Fields Lodge Bed and Breakfast in Pembrokeshire is located on the Coast Path itself and has the benefit of the “Puffin Shuttle” picking up from just outside. Fields Lodge is, as it’s name suggests a “lodge” to the area that surround it, yet civilisation is only a minute away, the town of Milford Haven with it’s very own theatre – The Torch Theatre, is 2.5 miles away. The Lodge is a perfect spot to choose to stay. Sit in the garden and enjoy a glass of wine on a summer’s evening listening to the birds and the sound of tractors in the bordering fields, watching fantastic sunsets that we benefit from, being in the west. Fields Lodge was originally named “Fields Lodge” – named after the two brothers that built it for their retirement from farming – their surname was “Fields” and as a family had been farming in the village of Herbrandston for many generations – There is some fascinating history surrounding their ancestors, linking the property with one of the many shipwrecks that the Haven is famous for, come visit the Bed and Breakfast to uncover the history and share the experience.