8. 2 on ground floor, 1 suitable for disabled.
Large open-plan bar/reception area, lounge, restaurant (closed Sun eve for non-residents, Mon, Nov–Feb), free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), civil wedding licence, conference facilities, 5-acre garden, parking.
In public areas.
All ages welcomed (extra bed £25).
Small dogs allowed in garden room (£25).
Per room B&B from £109, D,B&B from £142. À la carte £40, market menu £13.95–£17.95.
Good Hotel Guide Review
The views stretch over the Tywi estuary and Carmarthen Bay from the well-maintained grounds that surround David and Wendy Beaney’s stylish restaurant-with-rooms. Tastefully refurbished, the Georgian mansion retains many original features: a marble-tiled entrance hall, grand staircase, stained glass and ornate plasterwork. Modern, individually styled bedrooms are comfortably plush, and supplied with fluffy bathrobes and Welsh toiletries. Rooms vary in size and shape: two interconnecting ground-floor rooms are suitable for a family; others, under the eaves, are up narrow stairs. In the garden-facing restaurant, chef Paul Owen’s contemporary cooking distils the taste of Welsh land and sea in such dishes as line-caught local bass fillet, Tenby asparagus, heritage baby tomatoes, mussels, pesto. 5 miles SW of Carmarthen.
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