We sayDating back to 1775, this welsh stone farmhouse has that charming rustic feel, while a careful refurbishment still provides those modern comforts. The beautiful en-suite double rooms have flat screen TVs and tea/coffee making facilities, while most still have fireplaces, though sadly not for use. Don't let that put you off though, the lounge space, downstairs, has a wonderful log-burning stove that throws out heat during the winter, surrounded by dark leather sofas and large windows that look out into the garden. And what a garden it is - 8 acres of green space spread out before the farmhouse, with wooded dells, wild grassy stretches and a cluster of small ponds - a timeless joy for those who explore every nook and cranny, which you may do if you opt to go glamping in the B&B's own gypsy caravan. Breakfast is taken in a pleasant little dining room, served up by Huw Davies, the amiable owner of the establishment, who packed up life working in London and took his experience working in the tourist industry back to this quiet corner of West Wales. He certainly knows his stuff and has earned this B&B its rightful reputation as a warm and welcoming place. With the dramatic Welsh coast less than 3 miles away it is also a very well located place - the feather in the cap of an already idyllic bed and breakfast.
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What to expect?
A quaint B&B in a farmhouse dating back to 1775 that, despite its age, is far from tired, boasting an amiable atmosphere and comfortable rooms.
Bed & Breakfast for 2 persons in double ensuite from £77.
Bed & Breakfast for single person in a double ensuite room from £47
Open All Year
How do I get there?
One mile off the coast road (A487). Turn on to the B4334 at Brynhoffnant, signposted Rhydlewis.
- DVD Player
- Flatscreen TVs
- Farmhouse B&Bs
- Sensational Views