'Beechwood House' - 4 Star B&B at Llanarth near New Quay - Wi-Fi available.
01545 580280 Email: email@example.com
Beechwood is a four star B and B
conveniently situated between Aberaeron and New Quay in the small village of
Llanarth. Very tastefully furnished to a high standard, you will have a true
Welsh welcome from the proprietors Margaret and Caradog.
Wireless broadband is available in the house at no
extra charge. Breakfast is served with local bacon and sausage and
there is ample off road parking in the rear of the property.
Beechwood has four bedrooms with newly furnished ensuites with power showers. Two of the bedrooms are doubles, one is a family en-suite bedroom with a double and a single bed , and the fourth is a family bedroom also sleeping up to 3 with its own private large full bathroom. All bedrooms are with TV and tea and coffee making facilities - two of the rooms are shown below.
At the rear, there is a spacious landscaped patio
with garden furniture for the benefit of the guests. The village shops are a
short walk from Beechwood as is the popular Llanina Arms Pub and Restaurant.
The pleasant Regency town of Aberaeron with its picturesque harbour is just 6 miles to the north, while the popular resort of New Quay is just two miles away with its Dylan Thomas Trail . Dylan stayed in New Quay and based several characters in “Under Milk Wood” on local residents at the time. The film about Dylan Thomas 'The Edge of Love' with Kiera Knightly and Sienna Miller was shot on location in New Quay.
Llanarth is more or less midway between Cardigan Town in the
south and Aberystwyth in the north. Both towns have busy shopping centres and
are about a half hour's drive away.
From £60 to £65 per double room per night, or £48 for a single person
Single occupancy - £48 per night.
Family Room - from £75
Some guest comments:
Very clean friendly place fantastic breakfast - B Davies -
Best bb ever nothing too much trouble - David Beadman Sutton
Lovely clean accommodation fantastic power showers .
Lovely bb, very conveniently situated truly Welsh welcome
with the hosts Caradog and Margaret.
Margaret and Caradog Evans