Inns in Carmarthen
The Boar's Head Hotel is a famous Coaching Inn, steeped in history and dating back to the early 17th Century. Today with the Wales Tourist Board 3*, it offers en-suite facilities in all bedrooms.
With its enviable location, the hotel is suited to business travellers, as well as leisure and holiday travellers. We also have two rooms for the disabled with ground floor access. In the Hotel's Olde Worlde restaurant you will find an extensive menu, catering to most palates, serving excellent cuisine all day, every day. The lounge area offers a relaxing atmosphere for either a quiet drink or an informal meal, while our well appointed bars offer a selection of Traditional Real Ales as well as keg bitters, lagers, cider and a wide variety of wines and spirits. We are proud to be a Felinfoel house. The Restaurants and Lounge area, beautifully Oak Panelled, offer a choice of smoking or non-smoking. The popular Carvery is open every lunchtime and is also available for weddings, private parties, etc. The restaurant caters for all with a wide selection of favourite foods such as steaks, fish and vegetarian options. The Hotel has fifteen comfortable letting rooms, each with colour TV showing 10 channels, shave point, en-suite facilities, direct dial telephone, alarm clocks and complimentary hot beverages tray. All rooms are non-smoking. Being a family run hotel, children are most welcome. Our younger guests have their own special menu with all their favourite foods. Cots, highchairs and smaller beds are available at no extra charge. Baby listening monitors are available on request. The secure private car park at the rear of the building will accommodate up to fifteen cars. There is also parking under cover for motorcycles. MAG Members welcome! Carmarthen is an ideal base for touring the beautiful coastline and breathtaking countryside of Carmarthenshire, Pembrokeshire and Ceredigion.
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