Come and relax in our wister-clad Georgian country house, set in 250 acres of farm and woodland, where you will be welcomed as friends of the family. Plas Alltyferin sits in a southfacing bowl of hills aboev the beautiful Towy Valley overlooking our own Norman hill fort and (just out of sight) the salmon filled waters of the rushing river Cothi.
We have two spacious, comfortable twin bedded rooms for our guests (1 shower and loo ensuite, 1 with private bathroom) facing the view. There is a small television in each room and a sofa or comfy chair and of course, tea or coffee making facilities. A delicious Welsh breakfast or a continental one if you prefer, is servedf in our panelled dining room.
We are not the place for you if you want state of the art plumbing or are worried by cobwebs or creaky floorboards but marvellous if you want to shed some stress, chill out and spend the day exploring our woodlands or river or discovering the many nearby castles, gardens or beaches.
CARMARTHENSHIRE – THE GARDEN OF WALES
Alltyferin has a mass of woodland paths to offer guests wo like walking, from the river Cothi up to a high [oont with a fantastic view. However there is so much to see within a 15 mile vicinity, Castles to climb, beaches to bucket and spade on the National Botanic Gardens of Wales (sited here partly because the air is so pure) 5 miles, Aberglasney with its medieval garden, the Dylan Thomas boathouse at Laugharne, and the delightful small market town of Llandeilo with its boutique shops. art galleries and excellent pubs and cafes.
Another historical site is Pendene Sands where Donald Campbell’s Bluebird along with many other racing cars set world speed records. Continuing in the sporting vein, we have Ffos Las, Britain’s newest racecourse and in Swansea, the Liberty Stadium is home to the Premier League Swans. There are also numerous golf courses and we can even offer ballooning further afield.
Pembrokeshire with Tenby’s best beach, wild Cardiganshire and beautiful Gower are all within an hour or so.
Our house house guests have the opportunity to experience living in this totally peaceful, unspoilt corner of Wales. We can help you explore this historic area where Welsh is still the first language, where wild life abounds, and ancient castles perch high on craggy hills. It is difficult to believe that the heart of this marvellous country, with it’s legends and strong connections with King Arthur’s Merlin, is under four hour’s drive down the M4 from central London.
Our rates are £70 per night for a twin room (two people sharing ) and £40 for one person.
We offer a discount on three nights or more.
We do like to talk personally to our guests when booking, so please give us a call on 01267 290662 or send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org including your phone number and we will answer forthwith. We can also give you directions to the house for the final leg of your journey.