Coedllys Country HouseBrochure Page. 115
An idyllic, rural scene greets you at this old farmhouse at Llangynin near St Clears in Carmarthenshire. With duck and peafowl ambling across the courtyard and a riot of colourful annuals and evergreens cascading from tubs and hanging baskets this is a very special Wolsey Lodge luxury bed and breakfast (B&B). Nestled in eleven acres of rolling fields and woodlands, Coedllys Country House offers stunning views of the surrounding countryside of Wales.
A sense of sanctuary prevails in every sense at this multi award winning B&B accommodation. Warm and welcoming reception rooms are beautifully and classically decorated. The sitting room and bedrooms overlook rolling countryside, beautiful woodland, cottage gardens and ponds. Traditional Laura Ashley wallpapers, fabrics and soft furnishings enhance the relaxed, intimate and tranquil atmosphere. All of the luxury B&B accommodation rooms have heavenly, comfortable welcoming and indulgent antique beds, with Hungarian goose down duvets and the very best of crisp linens. Wi-Fi, squishy sofas, power showers, slippers, fruit, flowers, Molton Brown products and pamper baskets leave the guest in no doubt that they are being completely and utterly spoilt!
Your B&B Hosts
Valerie and Keith Harber are your B&B hosts and they offer nothing but the very best; the ultimate in comfort. Their guests return time and again to enjoy their warm hospitality. The couple run an animal sanctuary with rescued donkeys, ponies, sheep, miniature Shetland pony, chickens, ducks and pea foul. Guests love the animals and the animals love the guests!
Coeddlys Uchaf is situated at Llangynin close to St Clears. Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire have stunning beaches and breathtaking coastal walks. The National Botanical Gardens of Wales and Aberglasney gardens are close by, as are many National Trust properties and Laugharne, home of Dylan Thomas.
Attractions Near Coedllys Country House
Laugharne, Tenby, Kidwelly Castle - Kidwelly, Carreg Cennan, Middleton Botanical gardens of Wales, Aberglassney - Hidden Garden of Wales, Llansteffan, Colby Castle and walled garden, Dinefwr, House, Castle and grounds, Gwili Steam Railway.