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Lllwyn Hall Country House
Llwynhall
Llwynhendy

Llanelli
West Wales

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Llwyn Hall is a fully renovated family home dating back to the mid 1800s, Llwyn Hall is a 5 star guest house with a beautiful restaurant and an informal relaxed atmosphere. Nothing is too much trouble for the owners Stephen and Wendy or their staff, be it breakfast in bed or any requests. Llwyn Hall is located a five minute drive from the beautiful Gower Peninsula and surrounded by local golf courses Machynys and Ashburnham with plenty of links courses within easy reach. Within walking distance of the new Parc y Scarletts Rugby Stadium home of The Scarletts rugby team and conveniently placed for visitors to the brand new FFoslas race course, and at the bottom of our road is the nationally recognised Wildfowl and Wetlands Centre. With local knowledge the staff assist guests with where to go so as to maximise the enjoyment of your visit whether it is visiting castles and bays or The National Botanical Gardens, horseriding on the beach or a drive to visit Oakwood Park which is an absolute must for younger families. At Llwyn Hall we have a loyal clientele of regular visitors on business and we are five minutes from the M4, we offer free internet access and early breakfasts or late dinners. The rooms are tastefully furnished with all decor and furniture reflecting the Victorian era.

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