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Located in Llandeilo, The Plough Rhosmaen is within a 15-minute drive of Aberglasney Gardens and Llandovery Castle. Featured amenities include dry cleaning/laundry services, luggage storage, and laundry facilities. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Comfort of room, helpful receptionist, excellent food.
Cons: Speed of service at breakfast.comfortable
Pros: Breakfast was very good. The only problem was the lack of staff when they were busy which meant that they found it hard to keep up with demand . However they did there very best and were always very polite and cheerful
Cons: sadly there is no lift which meant that it was a few steps to get to the third floor. However the view was well worth it!
Pros: Food very good. Staff helpful and friendly- even showed us to room on arrival.Bed very comfy
Cons: There wasn’t anything we disliked during our stay. Unfortunately no lift to first floor. Would book ground floor room next visit .
Pros: The attention to detail , not only to our room but to the whole ambience of the property. The restaurant and the evening meal, breakfast etc was superb. Definitely recommend it to friends and family who perhaps in the future will be traveling to this part of Wales.
Cons: We liked everything about the place.
Pros: What a beautiful place with wonderful staff spotless clean great food and service thank you
Cons: That we had to leave
Pros: Room was beautiful, the little touches made it feel real homely. The bed was super comfy. The bathroom was amazing, free standing bath, beautifully tiled bathroom. The Food in the restaurant was excellent, cannot fault it. Although my partner wishes he had my lamb dish! The staff were super lovely and we cannot wait to stay again. We were fetched our prosecco one we arrived. Such a quiet place to stay with beautiful scenery. The silent self lawn mower had us absolutely ffascinated also made us jump when it creeped up on us whole sat in the garden with our drinks.
Cons: These things didn't effect our stay we had a wonderful time. Broken glass in the coffee table draw from previous guests, I left the draw open for staff to find when they entered to clean. The body wash dispenser next to the bath is broken and leaks but there are 2 others in the bathroom. On the room inventory it states there is a coffee machine in the room, there is not. The tea and coffee selection is minimal, with only 4 UHT milks. Fresh milk is available on request but extra on the room would be great. Robes would be a great touch to a beautiful room.
Pros: great hotel,easy to find,loads of easy parking,gorgeous countryside views,comfortable massive bed.We also had our evening meal here and that was great too,plenty of staff and quick service.
Pros: Very friendly staff, beautiful room, absolutely delicious food. Great place to stay!
Pros: We travelled with our dogs to compete in a championship being staged in Llandeilo. We were allocated a room on the ground floor that had a patio door and meant we could park our vehicle right outside. There was also room to quickly let our dogs out safely. The air con was brilliant while the bed huge and extremely comfortable. We have stayed in many places this year - some meant to be high end hotels in cities but The Plough Inn is definitely at the top of our list: Warm welcoming and helpful staff as well as great food. No wonder this place has a great reputation. We will definitely be back!
Cons: I honestly can't think of anything..
Pros: Ecellent hotel, great food and rooms are clean and finished to very high standard.
Located in Llandeilo, The Cawdor is within a 15-minute drive of Aberglasney Gardens and National Botanic Garden of Wales. Featured amenities include luggage storage and a safe deposit box at the front desk. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Very good value for money. Central location.
Cons: Dinner menu hasn’t changed much during a number of visits
Pros: Breakfast excellent
Cons: Breakfast service very slow
Pros: Nice big room and large comfortable bed. Excellent shower. Dinner and breakfast good.
Cons: Position of car park. Not easy to find and route to property a bit challenging down some very steep steps. Room had no drawer space so no option but to live out your suitcase.
Pros: Everything was fine
Pros: Spacious room. Large bed. Good shower and bath. Friendly helpful staff. Good breakfast included - continental and good cooked breakfast selection, extra coffee no problem. Accommodated baby at mealtimes easily.
Cons: Noise was a problem on Saturday night as the hotel was hosting an event (possibly a wedding or similar). Noise travelled easily up to us on the second floor. Additionally our bedroom was on the front and street noise was very audible on the weekends. We had white noise for the baby which helped manage the noise. Grouting in the bathroom needed repairing. Bed very soft but maybe others preference.
Pros: Great secure , gated, parking for cars and motorcycles. Also nice to see a Tesla destination charger too. Excellent food, comfortable accommodation and friendly staff.
Pros: Excellent local produce and locally sourced well stocked bar. Very welcoming place, lovely views - best appointed carpark view ever.
Pros: Lovely comfy bed with really nice bathroom - very friendly and helpful staff and we had a delicious meal
Pros: .staff friendly nice atmosphere
Cons: Bed very soft too soft, very noisy next to kitchen extractor. NO SLEEP
Pros: The location was excellent. The food was outstanding - the evening meal was one of the best we have ever eaten.
Cons: Nothing - apart from a very, very rude guest that was staying at the hotel - he was so rude to the staff in the dining room - if I had been the manager I would have asked him to leave immediately. I believe the guest name was Mr Miller !!!
In the picturesque Towy Valley, The White Hart offers rooms with satellite TV, and a traditional country pub with a restaurant. There is free private parking and free Wi-Fi. The rooms at The White Hart Inn are all en suite, with tea/coffee facilities and digital TV. Many rooms have beautiful countryside views. The lounge bar provides light meals and snacks, while the cosy public bar serves a range of drinks, 7 days a week. A full English breakfast is provided. The White Hart Inn regularly hosts live entertainment and celebrations. On the edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park, The White Hart Inn is within easy reach of The Botanical Gardens of Wales, Aberglasney Gardens and Dinefwr Castle. Junction 49 of the M4 is 15 minutes’ away and Llandeilo Rail Station is a 3-minute drive away. The town of Llandeilo is a -minute walk from the property and features a variety of shops, cafes and restaurants.
Pros: Absolutely outstanding
Pros: Food excellent
Cons: Room a little warm
Pros: Breakfast was good, staff were friendly in the restaurant . the room was clean and tidy.
Cons: There was no one on reception and it seemed like we were in the way
Cons: No tv reception
Pros: Wonderful room - well fitted and very comfortable
Cons: The TV reception was very broken
Pros: Convenient for the area we wanted to be. Food was good, rooms were clean and staff were friendly
Cons: Could only get two or three channels on the tv and the people there couldn’t fix it. The shopping channel or news gets a bit boring. The internet was awful and not a good signal on our mobile phones. Although the hotel has been redecorated it needs more updating especially the bathrooms
Pros: There was a good selection to chose from for breakfast and it was cooked to order. The location was fine just a short walk to the centre of the town.
Pros: Location is nice.
Cons: After leaving a note on my booking that I wouldn't be arriving till after midnight, the owner of the hotel told me to stay elsewhere as they close at 11pm. She left my room key with a bride that I was meeting there, I arrived at 1:30am. Couldn't get hold of anyone and ended up sleeping in my car, until the bride came down and let me in at 6am! I spent 4hrs in the room I paid £80 for! Not ideal after travelling 4 and a half hours down from Yorkshire. I was then confronted by the owner, about our phone conversation. She didn't like the fact I told her she was being rude. Then told me she lives at the property!
Pros: Lovely staff, good food and clean and tidy accommodation. The location was perfect for our reason to go to Carmarthen and the surrounding National Trust sites
Cons: Nothing we disliked
Pros: Welcoming comfortable and the most fabulous staff!