Hotel Penygawse Llandovery
Penygawse is a 7 en-suite bedroom, grade 2 listed guest house in central Llandovery with a barista training cafe attached where you can enjoy complimentary hot drinks when you stay as a guest. We can sleep up to 16 people across the rooms and we have plenty of private parking and free wi-fi.
Hotel Llanerchindda Farm Llandovery
About the hotel
Llanerchindda Farm Guest House, Self Catering Cottages & Activity Centre. 3 star Guest House sleeping 19 and 2 cottages sleeping 6 & 10 people.
Location of Llanerchindda Farm
Situated 7 miles from Llandovery with fantastic views of the Brecon Beacons. Located in a quiet valley 3 miles from the main road surrounded by farm land with great views of the Cynghordy Viaduct.
Family run guest house and self catering cottages offering 3 star accommodation with a bar and restaurant on site. Other facilities on site include secure storage, drying room and laundry facilities
Llanerchindda Farm amenities
The ideal base for exploring Mid and South Wales with various activities available on site including quad bike trekking, clay pigeon shooting, 4x4 driving experience and fishing. Also the ideal base for walking, mountain biking and relaxing.
Hotel The Castle Llandovery
The historic Castle Hotel in Llandovery is ideally situated to explore The Garden of Wales on the edge of The Brecon Beacons and only a short drive from Llandeilo and Builth Wells. The Castle is a charming traditional town centre hotel with 20 comfortable en suite rooms, a cosy bar with Welsh products and home cooked bar meals, warming fires in the beamed lounges and bars and a superb menu in Carriages Restaurant with delicious Sunday Carvery roasts..When the weather is fine an al fresco lunch can be enjoyed in the courtyard at the front of the hotel. All the food is lovingly prepared by the Chefproprietor using fresh locally sourced produce and served by our friendly caring team. Walking, Fishing free Internet wi fi access throughout hotel.Carmarthenshire is known as the Garden Of Wales and has many garden attractions in the area including the National Botanic Gardens, Aberglassney House and Gardens, Gelli Aur Country Park, National Trust Dinefwr Park and Forestry Commission forests.Bird watchers will love the Red Kites which can be seen in the local coutryside. There is a Red Kite feeding station only a short drive from the hotel which is open all year.Mountain Biking has many trails locally in the Brechfa Forest and The Afan Forest Park which is only about an hour away. BRECHFA FORESThas trails for all abilities with green, blue, red and black trails. The Gorlech Trail, designed by Rowan Sorrell, is made up of three big climbs and descents stretching over its 19km. Test your full artillery of skills on the severe Raven Trail - proficient riders only! In contrast, the Derwen Trail is the starting point for families and novices and a great introduction to mountain biking. All trails show off Brechfa Forest at its best. Additionaly, the Red graded Cwm Rhaeadr trail is about twenty miles northeast of Brechfa and well worth a look if you are in the area. Forestry Commission Wales AFAN FOREST PARK is the fastest growing mountain bike area in Britain and located only minutes from the M4 its perfect for those wanting to reach a variety of fantastic riding fast. With 4 superb flowing trails and more all weather singletrack than any other MBWales centre you simply have to check it out! Afan Forest Park now has two visitor centres, the original at Afan Forest Park and the striking new Glyncorrwg Mountain Bike Centre complete with Skyline Cycles Shop, professional bike mechanic and the Dropoff Caf. The mountain bike trails here totalling over 100km are sponsored by npower renewables who have made a major financial commitment towards trail maintenance and development. The original Afan trail is the 17km loop of the Penhydd trail, a mix of tightly twisting singletrack, fantastic views and awesome descents through the Hidden Valley, Sidewinder and Dead Sheep Gully sections. The Wall trail is a swooping 24km mainly singletrack loop with epic views and breathtaking descents to keep your heart pumping all the way round. Watch out for The Graveyard section and hang on for the searingly fast final descent. The Whites Level Trail is a challenging 6km sheep singletrack climb, followed by an adrenalin pumping mix of rock drops, step sections, berms and cliff traverses. Check out the new section of thats being built. The epic Skyline Trail is the most recent addition to the area, 46km long and over 2000m of climbs and descents. Stunning ridgeline scenery and a roller coaster final descent on Jetlag with drop offs and steps will remind you what you came for. A serious piece of trail for experienced and fit riders, not for the faint hearted but well worth the effort!