Out & About

woodsThere is a footpath close by which will take you on some breath-taking walks, over some beautiful common land, where wild ponies graze and ancient cairns and standing stones can be seen. From the top of the common, on a clear day, you can see 360 degrees around you, the Preseli Mountains, the Black Mountains and Carmarthen Bay.

Off Site

landscapeNearby are the ancient Myndd Llangyndeyrn standing stones – a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) which attracts an abundance of rare birds and uncommon invertebrates.

Or visit the magnificent gardens and stately house at Aberglasney (01558 668998).

You’re also well located to access Pembrokeshire, Mid Wales or the Brecon Beacons.

The National Botanic Gardens are 10 minutes away and should not be missed. We have BOGOF tickets available, so remember to ask for one when you arrive. Subject to availability.

Food & Drink

Breakfast is available most days. You need to book the night before. Served in the Garden Room, with fresh local produce, home made bread and gallons of tea or coffee.

Locally supplied eggs, bacon and sausages are available in our honesty shop, as well as home made jams, pickles and chutneys.

Carmarthen Market (01267 228841) sells local cheeses and Carmarthen ham – a serious local rival to the Parma variety.

For pubs in Pontyberem ,The New Inn (01269 871152) has good pub food and a wide range of ales and The Smiths Arms (01269 842213) also has tasty pub grub. The Farmers Arms (01269 871022) in neighbouring Llangyndeyrn is a traditional local pub serving evening snacks.

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