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Glynhir Estate
Glynhir Mansion
Glynhir Road

West Wales

SA18 2TD
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Self Catering, Bed & Breakfast in Carmarthenshire, South Wales, many courses and activities on offer.

Set in beautiful rural Carmarthenshire countryside in the foothills of the Black Mountain, Glynhir offers the visitor all the tranquillity you would expect from an 18th Century Huguenot Estate, with its elegant Mansion House, walled gardens, parkland and spectacular 30 foot waterfall. The Mansion House offers half board and bed and breakfast, with its spacious bedrooms and elegant drawing room complete with a welcoming log fire, baby grand piano and television. Tea and coffee is available at all times.

Grouped around the farmyard with its peacocks, ducks, geese and chickens are the barns, stables and Estate cottages which are now converted into self-catering accommodation.

The area around the Estate is bursting with activities: walking; horse riding; fishing; painting; and golf; or if you prefer you can relax and enjoy your favourite book in the peace of our conservatory and gardens.

The Estate is ideally situated for visiting the National Botanic Gardens of Wales, gardens of Aberglasney, the castles of Dinefwr and Carreg Cennen and the Roman Gold Mines.

Owned and run by Katy and Carole Jenkins, you will be sure of a very warm welcome and enjoyable stay.


Ratings/Awards: WTB/AA 4 Diamonds Selected
Number of Rooms: 4
Number Ensuite: 3

Price per Person

Double: From 26
Twin: From 26
Single: From 26
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Children Welcome
Evening Meal Provided - Advance notice required
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No Smoking Rooms
Tourist Board Inspected
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