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Reviewed 6 August 2018

We made Nantgwynfaen our base when we visited the area and boy we were not disappointed. Ken and Amanda were amazing and the level of service was above and beyond anything we have experienced before. The breakfast was superb especially the Porridge - it was excellent. I would not hesitate to recommend this B&B to anyone as its head and shoulders above anything we have every stayed in before - keep up the good work Ken and Amanda.

  • Stayed: August 2018, travelled as a couple
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Thank Whyte-From-Watford
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Reviewed 4 August 2018 via mobile

This is an absolutely amazing B&B. Amanda and Ken gave us such a wonderful welcome and made us feel at home. It is very peaceful and cozy making it perfect for families or couples. The food was fantastic and so yummy with a variety of options. Has such a great stay and we would highly recommend to anyone who is coming to Wales.

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Stayed: August 2018, travelled with family
Thank Matt P
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Reviewed 9 July 2018

What a discovery! Ken and Amanda gave us a very warm welcome with delicious cups of tea - very refreshing during this heatwave - and a continuing warm, helpful, generous presence throughout our two night stay ensuring all our needs were catered for. The accommodation is delightful - a real country farmhouse feel, yet five star hotel quality facilities - comfy beds, wonderful bed linen, fabulous bathroom, and the breakfast....well, we were spoil for choice - nothing for it but to return to sample more from the excellent menu of organic produce! We were even able to watch England beat Sweden on a widescreen TV! (Not always available I hasten to add...the TV, not England winning!!)). The location is perfect for a visit to this beautiful area of West Wales - marvelous coastal areas as well as inland walking, though it was a bit too hot for walking on this visit - next time... We had picnics on the farm using produce from the lovely organic farm shop, and visited the nearby Daffodil Pub for lunch one day - excellent food and more fabulous views.We can't praise this place highly enough and are sure to be back for more walking and to enjoy the wonderful hospitality. Thanks Ken and Amanda for a fabulous visit!

Room Tip: All rooms are excellent!
  • Stayed: July 2018, travelled as a couple
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Thank Maggie H
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Reviewed 30 May 2018

We have just returned from a wonderful stay at a B&B farm in West Wales. When we get away, we like to enjoy some peace and quiet but equally, we don’t want to have to worry if our child is noisy! It’s a difficult balance and hard to find the right places.
The organic farm place has got it right. It’s surrounded by lush countryside and there are various places to stay, including in the farmhouse, camping and a ‘Glamavan.’ We stayed in Ty Mamgu – Grandma’s Cottage which was away from everything and had its own garden and is fully self-contained. The kitchen had a great amount of equipment. You could even bake a cake with all the stuff available!
Talking of food, they serve organic local produce for breakfast including free-range eggs, own recipe sausages, dry cured bacon, homemade bread and marmalade, with local dairy produce. It also has its own little organic shop.
Despite the name, Grandma’s Cottage was not stuffy at all. It was lovely and clean with fresh cotton sheets, white fluffy towels and lavender smelling creams and soaps in the bathroom. It sleeps two but we took Ed’s small mattress and he slept on the floor.
When we arrived, we had some bread waiting for us (they make it if you ask in advance) and some eggs from the hens on the farm. While there, you could stay in the cottage, full of books, DVDs, toys and even a piano or you can explore the farm which has a characterful games room including Ping-Pong table and rocking horse. There are also lots of long and short walks around the farm.
You might also find the best Wendy House ever (probably!) in the grounds where children can play at having afternoon tea and even sweep it out with a tiny broom – so cute!
Nearby is a great gastro pub and there are loads of attractions within short driving distances, including all the beaches. We went to Llangranog where we saw dolphins swimming in Cardigan Bay. There are also boat trips from New Quay. We visited the wonderful Castle Carrag Cennen on the way back and there are many other castles to see nearby.

Stayed: May 2018
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Reviewed 8 May 2018 via mobile

We absolutely loved our stay here while in the area to make our wedding rings. It was a fleeting one night stay but we wished we had booked longer. Great hospitality and a superb breakfast. Location is beautiful and we really enjoyed a walk around the farm. Quirky and fun and the room was very comfortable. The local pub, the Daffodil, was lovely for the evening. Would definitely visit again with more time

Stayed: April 2018, travelled as a couple
Thank Kerry F
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