Twm Sion Cati
This double room takes its name from Twm Sion Cati (Thomas Jones, 1530 – 1609) was a notorious Highwayman and this room is named after him. This small double room is rustic in style but with luxurious overtones. Ensuite shower and flat ... more
Lady of the Lake
Named for the famed character from local folklore, this room has delicate, feminine turquoise tones alongside paler shades for its damask curtains and French-inspired furniture. This room also features a flat screen TV and ensuite shower room.
This double (or twin) room takes its name from the composer of the Welsh hymn ‘Bread of Heaven’, and is furnished in an elegant black and grey decor. This room features a large TV and an en-suite shower room.
Physicians of Myddfai
Not far outside the town is Myddfai, whose famous doctors – Meddygon o Myddfai (The Physicians of Myddfai) – hold a very important place in the history of Welsh medicine. You can find out more about The Physicians of Myddfai by visiting the ... more
This double room takes its name from Vicar Rhys Prichard (1579–1644) was a Welsh clergyman and poet. He was vicar of Llandovery in the west of Wales and held various posts at St David's Cathedral. He was known as "Yr Hen Ficer" ("the Old ... more
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