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Allt y Golau Farmhouse

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Alltygolau Uchaf Abergorlech Road, Felingwmuchaf, Carmarthen SA32 7BB Wales
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Situated in an uplifting landscape with panoramic views over the Tywi Valley and beyond to the dramatic Black Mountain. Relax in our Georgian stone walled farmhouse over a sumptuous breakfast (featured three years running in Eat Well in Wales). Best Farmhouse Breakfast Award and AA Breakfast Award that relies on home baking and local traditional products. Restore your spirits in the mature and tranquil gardens that are carpeted by snowdrops, wild daffodils and bluebells in the spring.Your hosts, Colin and Jacquie Rouse, have lived at Allt y Golau since 1976 and they are active members of the local community. They both have a love and deep knowledge of the heritage and folklore of the Tywi valley which they enjoy sharing with their guests."Jacquie's breakfasts are like a Welsh morning meze. Cereals, neatly labelled preserves, home-made bread and freshly squeezed fruit juices occupy one end of a splendid elm dining table. Tea and coffee appear as often as required. The perfectly poached or rich yellow scrambled eggs, local sausages, bacon, Welsh potato cakes and toast, croissants, rolls, marbles of butter and yet more preserves. It could be very easy to sit here all day, perusing the papers, setting the world to rights and ignoring the world outside." (Eat Well in Wales 2001)A keen gardener, Jacquie has created a mature garden that blends into the hillside and provides many vistas of a stunning landscape.Restore your spirits, stroll around and enjoy the mature and tranquil garden with its views of Grongar Hill (associated with the poet John Dyer and Aberglasney Gardens) and Llyn y Fan Fach (famous for the legend of the Lady of the Lake and the Physicians of Myddfai).In spring the orchards are carpeted in snowdrops (Eirlys), daffodils (Lent Lily or Blodyn mis Mawrth), the Tenby daffodil (Narcissus obvallaris) and bluebells (Cychau'r Glas). Enjoy the company of our Brecon Buff geese, Welsh Harlequin ducks, free-range hens and (during the autumn and winter) our free range Norfolk Bronze turkeys.
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DavidandDenise L wrote a review May 2018
Tucson, Arizona84 contributions35 helpful votes
Having stayed here two years ago (2016) we were anxious to return to this absolutely lovely and well run B&B. Colin and Jacquie are wonderful hosts. It is so nice to get away from the hustle and bustle and to relax in such wonderful atmosphere. Just love sitting on one of the outside benches, soaking up the gorgeous valley views. Rooms are very clean, comfortable and quiet. There is also a lovely and spacious upstairs lounge. Breakfast, prepared to order by Jacquie, and served by Colin, is gourmet. 5 stars to Colin, Jacquie and Allt y Golau Farmhouse.
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Date of stay: May 2018
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Response from ColinRouse, Owner at Allt y Golau Farmhouse
Responded 22 May 2018
Very many thanks. I am glad you enjoyed your stay with us and we look forward to your next visit.
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noeffel wrote a review Aug 2017
Berlin, Germany12 contributions5 helpful votes
Jacquie and Collin are so friendly hosts wich can't be better. From the exellent and fresh breakfast with any choises every day new, to the phantastic recommendations for things to do (vouchers included) we felt all the time welcome and enjoyed the really nice Poppy Room.We learned our first words in welsh there as well and get now a smile more in shops or restaurants here in wonderfull Wales.
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Date of stay: August 2017
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Response from ColinRouse, Owner at Allt y Golau Farmhouse
Responded 18 Aug 2017
I am so glad you enjoyed your stay with us. Many thanks for the kind words.
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mehero wrote a review Aug 2016
london12 contributions4 helpful votes
Finding Allt Y Golau was like finding treasure. Colin and Jacquie are welcoming hosts who immediately made us feel very comfortable. The old farmhouse is beautiful and has been renovated designed and furnished really carefully. Our two rooms were attractive and looked after. Comfortable beds, exceptionally comfortable pillows, fresh-looking bedrooms and bathrooms. The bathrooms are more spacious than some 4-star places I've stayed at, and definitely more thoughtfully planned (see some of my other posts on the subject of hooks and mirrors). Allt Y Golau had towel rails within reach of the shower cubicle and lots of space for putting my own stuff. My mother loved that each bathroom had a chair. I loved the little bowl on the dressing table to keep rings etc. safe, and my sister loved the one with the cotton-wool. The fact that next to the tea-and-coffee-and-kettle etc. was a little scissors to open the sachets with tells you how much thought has gone into making guests comfortable. Breakfast around the big old table was like eating at home, but with hotel choice. Jacquie's own homemade bread and jams and marmalade, and eggs from their own hens were special. The Wi-Fi was not good, but in the evening we were able to keep up with the football on TV in the comfortable guest sitting room. When I booked Jacquie offered to make a dinner reservation at the Plough Inn in the village, which was essential as on a Saturday night they were full. Good meal and huge, but that's a different review. The area is very beautiful, lots of rolling hills and beautiful views from the terrace on the guesthouse, and driving to and from it. We were able to drive to the Pembrokeshire coast (both south and west) within less than an hour, and the Brecon Beacons National Park is even closer.
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Date of stay: August 2016
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LiztheWhizz wrote a review Aug 2016
Manchester, United Kingdom607 contributions286 helpful votes
We stayed here for two nights, occupying the two ground floor rooms (Poppy and Cornflower). The rooms are well equipped and cosy, and the upstairs lounge is a lovely place to while away the evening. Jacquie and Colin are consummate hosts, helpfully available but not intrusive. Jacquie prepares (and Colin serves) a great cooked breakfast with eggs from their own free range hens, but there are lots of other temptations (baked? peaches, lovely local honey and breads). The B&B is an old farmhouse with lots of character and we enjoyed the company of the hens, turkeys and geese wandering around the garden. It is beautifully quiet, on the edge of a small village yet only a few miles away from the A40. Lots to see and do locally (including many impressive castles) and a good choice of places to eat out. Recommended - it's certainly on our return list.
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Date of stay: August 2016
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DavidandDenise L wrote a review Jun 2016
Tucson, Arizona84 contributions35 helpful votes
This is a excellent B&B, with lots of charm, located in a quiet rural village just a short drive outside of Carmarthen, Wales. An ideal location for exploring Western Wales. The hosts, Jacqui and Colin, are very friendly and accommodating. They have lovingly restored this old farmhouse, while maintaining it's original character. The farmhouse is set back from the road and offers off street parking. The local pub, with friendly staff and good food and drink, is just a 2 minute drive, or 10 minute walk, down the road. Breakfast is not just hearty, it's gourmet ! We stayed 3 nights and are already considering a return visit next year.
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Date of stay: May 2016
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Frequently Asked Questions about Allt y Golau Farmhouse
Which popular attractions are close to Allt y Golau Farmhouse?
Nearby attractions include The British Bird of Prey Centre (4.6 miles), Aberglasney Gardens (4.8 miles), and National Botanic Garden of Wales (4.6 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Allt y Golau Farmhouse?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and free parking.
What food & drink options are available at Allt y Golau Farmhouse?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at Allt y Golau Farmhouse?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Allt y Golau Farmhouse?
Conveniently located restaurants include The Forest Arms, Y Polyn, and Wrights independent food emporium.
Is Allt y Golau Farmhouse located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.5 miles away from the centre of Felingwmuchaf.
Are there any historical sites close to Allt y Golau Farmhouse?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Dinefwr Estate (6.7 miles) and Dinefwr Castle (6.7 miles).
Is Allt y Golau Farmhouse accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access and reduced mobility rooms. For specific enquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.