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Ffrwdfal Country House, Lampeter, West Wales

Ffrwdfal Country House
West Wales

SA19 8TE

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The house offers only three guest rooms, all peaceful and with their own individual style, and there are plenty of quiet places both inside and out to soak up the tranquillity. Read by a fire in the library on cold evenings, relax in the sitting room, or watch the summer sun set over parkland at the front of the house, glass in hand. Encircling the house, the wide lawns of the garden look out onto a five acre designated wildlife area and the Welsh pony stud owned by proprietor Megan Lewis. This secluded rural retreat is tucked away in a little corner of paradise at the heart of the foothills of the Cambrian Mountains, but also conveniently located between the university town of Lampeter and the historic drovers’ town of Llandovery Here at Ffrwdfal we offer simply the best in walking, fishing, bird watching, riding and unwinding. Everything that you could want from a restful Bed & Breakfast holiday in the countryside is located here . Enjoy a relaxing country break in one of our three comfortable and spacious en-suite bedrooms, inclusive of a hearty home-cooked breakfast, produce from our farm. Settle in and immediately feel at home, experiencing authentic country living and congenial hospitality within this comfortable country house where the air is fresh and the night sky is crystal clear.

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