Neuadd Wen Country Guest HouseCwmduad, Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, SA33 6XJ
Telephone: 01267 281438
Fax: 01267 281438
Wales Tourist Board 3 Stars
AA 3 Stars
|Neuadd Wen is a comfortable, beamed Country Guest House set in the Duad Valley amongst the wooded hills of West Wales, local Welsh craft industries, sandy beaches and many other attractions.|
Geoff and Liz Goodbourn
In the midst of a large farming community and less than two hours drive from the Severn Bridge, we have an attractive Country Guest House alongside the River Duad. Guests are able to enjoy the natural peace and beauty of the surrounding unspoilt countryside with its abundance of wild life, where foxes are sometimes sighted and Herons, Buzzards and Jays are often seen.
The village of Cwmduad is found on the A484, equidistant between Carmarthen and Newcastle Emlyn. Carmarthen is the County Town overlooking the beautiful Towy Valley and is known as "The Gateway to the West". It provides an excellent shopping area and is a busy administrative, agricultural and commercial centre. It is steeped in history, dating from the Romans in 75 AD.
Neuadd Wen is a licensed Guest House set in beautiful and natural surroundings. The house is well furnished and very comfortable. There are two lounges, a quiet lounge with log fire and a T.V. Lounge with video and games cupboard. A selection of newspapers and periodicals are always available.
All bedrooms are heated, most have en suite facilities and all have colour T.V., tea/ coffee making tray, hairdryer, ample storage space and direct dial telephone. The standard rooms have a washbasin with shared toilet and bathroom facilities close by. Two of the en suite rooms are on the ground floor, allowing access for the disabled.
There is a separate ground floor bathroom available for those who prefer a bath.
The family rooms have a king size double bed and a children's room leading off with 2'6" bunk beds. The en suite bathroom has bath with shower, hand basin and toilet. There is a single room nearby for a third child.
The Dining Room with its magnificent collection of over 300 milk jugs, has separate tables for breakfast and evening meals. We are renowned for quality, variety and value, using local produce wherever possible. Most special diets are catered for with prior notice. Alcoholic and soft drinks may be bought at the bar at any time. Packed lunches are also available to residents.
Outside there is ample safe off road parking. Children are welcome and there are a variety of games, puzzles and books for all ages. Baby sitting can be arranged, cots and a high chair being available.
Dogs are permitted by arrangement.
Access to the Guest House and its facilities are available at all times. For people who prefer to travel by public transport, there is a regular bus service from Carmarthen to Cwmduad. Alternatively, customers can be collected from the bus or train station.
|Where to go - What to see|
All your holiday needs are within easy reach of NeuaddWen. Attractions in the are include The National Botanic Gardenof Wales with its tremendous glasshouse, Aberglasney and its mysterious garden and Dan-yr-ogof, The National Showcaves Centre for Wales. Other attractions in the area are workingwoollen mills, museums, Roman gold mine, castles, water mills, potteries, woodturning, chocolate making, glass blowing, country towns and markets. There are railways, both standard and narrow guage, pony trekking and of course country, forest and coastal walksamidst beautiful scenery. There is an 18 hole golf course nearby for members of other clubs and fishing can be arranged at several venues.
On the south coast are 6 miles of Pendine Sands, with the museum of speed, Pembrey Country Park, which provides a beautiful beach amongst numerous other attractions, the Millennium Coastal park at Llanelli and Laugharne with Dylan Thomas' boathouse.
The West Coast has many lovely places to visit and explore. Tenby, on the Pembrokeshire coast has lovely sandy beaches and beautiful coastline overlooking Caldey Island. St. David's Peninsula is a paradise for the naturalist and walker. The Cathedral known as the most beautiful in Wales is dedicated to David, patron saint of Wales.
Further along the coast is Cardigan, which gives its name to Cardigan Bay, known for its beautiful sunsets on clear evenings. New Quay, with its steep roads leading down to the harbour is a very popular resort. There are many leaflets available and we can help you to plan your days out, whether you need beaches, quality local crafts, walks or interesting attractions.
If approaching Carmarthen from Swansea (M4) take the Eastern Bypass (right turn at 1st roundabout) then turn left at the 4th roundabout to pass the Hospital. Then turn right onto the A484 going north to Newcastle Emlyn and Cardigan. Cwmduad is 9 miles from Carmarthen and the Guest House is in the middle of the village, by the bridge, on the right hand side.
If approaching from the A40 (east) turn right on to the Eastern Bypass. At the next roundabout turn left to pass the hospital then right onto the A484 going north to Newcastle Emlyn and Cardigan. Cwmduad is 9 miles from Carmarthen and the Guest House is in the middle of the village, by the bridge, on the right hand side.
|Bed and Breakfast|
Dinner, Bed and Breakfast
Standard Rooms - £22.00 Bed and Breakfast per person
VISA - MASTERCARD - SWITCH - DELTA
No single supplement is charged
No VAT is charged - No Service Charge
Reductions for children sharing with adults
Under 3 years - free
3-6 years quarter price
7-16 years half price
WINTER BREAKS D, B and B - 2009/10
1st November - 31st March
Excluding Christmas, Easter
New Year Holidays
2 days £72 pp
3 days £105 pp
4 days £138 pp
DEPOSITS are required in advance £10 per person to make a booking, balance at end of stay. Cheques made payable to NEUADD WEN GUEST HOUSE.
We look forward to welcoming you at Neuadd Wen for a relaxing stay in a friendly atmosphere.
NEUADD WEN IS A NO SMOKING HOUSE
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