Hotel Accommodation in Carmarthen

Guide providing hotel and guest accommodation in Carmarthen. Our directory contains detailed information for cheap hotel rooms, bed and breakfast, luxury and discount accommodation deals.

The Boar's Head Hotel, Carmarthen, situated in the Centre of the thriving market town is a famous Coaching Inn steeped in history, dating back to the early 17th Century. The Hotels' Olde Worlde restaurant caters to an extensive menu, serving excellent cuisine all day, every day. The Restaurant and Lounge Area, beautifully oak panelled, offer the choice of a smoking or non-smoking area

A country hotel delightfully situated on the banks of the Cothi River, Carmarthenshire, enjoying beautiful views over the river, surrounding fields and woodlands and personally run by the owners. The Hotel is comfortably furnished and well decorated. There is full central heating and all the bedrooms have private ensuite bathrooms, colour TV, and tea making facilities. The Hotel is open throughout

The 16 tastefully decorated en suite bedrooms (some four posters) are fitted with colour TV, direct dial telephones and hair driers. Tea and coffee facilities are also provided. The hotel is well placed in the centre of Carmarthen, with easy access to shops, market and business areas, awarded two stars by both AA and RAC along with a rosette and a Restaurant Merit for cuisine.

Commanding a spectacular position at the gateway to the Golden West, the Ivy Bush Royal has long welcomed leisure and business guests in considerable comfort and style. Once a favoured retreat for Lord Nelson and Lady Hamilton, the hotel has been sympathetically modernised to blend its old world charm with modern facilities. There are 70 comfortably furnished bedrooms, 2 family rooms and a suite.

A restored Victorian country retreat on the outskirts of the historical township of Laugharne: famous for Laugharne Castle and more recently, Welsh Poet Dylan Thomas, who did much of his writing in the boat house. The hotel has the benefit of being situated on the cusp of Pembrokeshire and Carmarthenshire, which means all the wonders of West Wales are on your doorstep

Taking its inspiration from the London coffee houses of Hogarth's era, the New York Algonquin Round Table, and Peter Cook's Establishment Club, Hurst House London aims to provide an intimate, exclusive haven for the talented, the brilliant, the funny, and the downright hilarious. With an emphasis on comedy we have created a Club, complete with a Fine Dining restaurant where excellent company, good

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