Hills Farm B&B Laugharne
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Hills Farm B&B Laugharne

Hills Farm Horsepool Road Laugharne, Laugharne SA33 4QL Wales

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#3 of 3 limited service properties in Laugharne
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EnglishShandrisse wrote a review Aug 2019
Glasgow, United Kingdom
4.0 of 5 bubbles
People make a place don’t they?
If we lived here, this landlady would be a very good friend, the sort you admire and want to spend time with.

The room was charming, the bed comfy. Lots of pillows and extra blankets In the wardrobe if needed.

The bathroom was spacious and although the shower was not powerful there were lots of soft towels, soaps and shampoos.

Breakfast was well cooked and plentiful.

For me, the best was the hostess.

But for many of you, the best will be you can bring your dog. And even your horse!

We will definitely be back if we are ever in the area.
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Date of stay: August 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Susannah R wrote a review Mar 2022
Ipswich, United Kingdom
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jacky is the most welcoming host. She is honest and funny and fab. The room was comfortable with everything we needed. The wifi has been extended so we now have good reception in our bedroom. The breakfasts were fresh and plentiful.
This is a working stables. If you want a sanitised business hotel, perhaps this place is not for you. But we like staying in real places with real people.
It's an old building with its accompanying creaks. The cats and dogs (outside) like some affection and the horses look out their stable windows when you approach.
The building is down a very quiet lane, so the only disturbance you might hear are the lambs baaing in the field opposite.
I slept really well at Hills Farm, and look forward to staying there again.
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Date of stay: March 2022
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
Room Tip: Friendly traditional B&B
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addonnis wrote a review Sept 2021
Coventry, United Kingdom
1.0 of 5 bubbles
This should not be advertised as a B and B. It contravenes health and safety. Please save your money and book elsewhere. I travelled over 200 miles and on arrival left and went home. It's run down, dirty and the smell inside of animal fur which hits your throat. I couldn't of imagined eating anything here as the tiny kitchen, if you can call it a kitchen, needs demolishing. The electric in the property look risky and in need of bringing up to date. I never normally write reviews but if this saves even one person from the dreadful experience I faced then it has been worth it. It really deserves no stars but there's not the option to give none.
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Date of stay: September 2021Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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David G wrote a review Mar 2024
Oxford, United Kingdom
5.0 of 5 bubbles
This is a working farm with a cottage and bed and breakfast accommodation and it's a lovely place. It's very rural, less than a 10 minute walk from the town centre. The host Jackie is wonderful and very friendly. Because it's a working Farm there are animals around the place and as a lovely old fashioned charm to it.
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Date of stay: March 2024Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Rachael T wrote a review Aug 2021
Gloucestershire
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1.0 of 5 bubbles
( This is the first negative review I have ever left- always wanting to praise good. However, the public should be warned about what to expect before they too part with their money - feels like a public duty).

Due to Covid there was very little Accomodation remaining in beautiful Laughern, so we booked the last remaining twin that we could find, and were encouraged by the 5 star review that was already on Trip Advisor that it would be okay.
Lovely warm welcome from Jackie the owner. However, as we walked into the farm house we hit a wall of ‘thick smell of dogs’ that was that bad one could taste it. The banisters up to the bedroom were sticky. Bedroom was more tired than we felt. Yoghurts out on breakfast table the night before breakfast and not refrigerated. The guest towels that were folded for our use were damp, with soiled marks ( see worrying brown marks on one of the towels) and bleach stains. ( Jackie admitted to her brother whilst we were at breakfast that the washing machine was broken... assumed therefore that we were using the previous guests towels). Television had no signal.
My mother who had to have an early cup of tea at 5 AM to support taking her medication used the kitchen ( no tea making facilities in room, told to help ourselves from her kitchen). Found the kitchen to be nothing short of dirty, with a frying pan of thick white solidified fat with remnants of what looked like a slice of rhubarb stuck in the fat. Bread left in the toaster over night ready for the residing guests breakfasts in the morning. My mother found some bleach and cleaned the work surface before she could start, which made the dishcloth brown! The cupboard was full of plates and cups that had dried food adhered to it. There was a bowl of brown old washing up water with a dirty towel left soaking.No evidence of dish washer. Dried food debris around the floor. Just so unhygienic to a level that was unimaginable.
Bathroom looked clean at first glance but in the daylight hours was in need of a thorough clean and regrouting.
Dreaded having breakfast having been made aware of the cooking environment so politely ordered mushrooms and tomatoes on toast ( felt the most hygienic decision). The frying pan that was full of solid grease had been used to cook everyone else’s fried breakfast. Jackie kindly cooked ours separately as our request sounded like we were vegetarians, and served it wearing a top that was dirty, stained and looked like it too needed a good wash. The tableware was covered once again in dried food, the glasses smeared in dried black bits. I drank from my water bottle.breakfast had a lovely taste but by now I was just wanting to leave, feeling totally contaminated. The shelf in the breakfast room was covered in a thick film of greasy dust.
Jackie was a very lovely lady but I feel her days of running a bed and breakfast have passed. This bed and breakfast needs an overhaul, a jolly good clean, installation of a dishwasher, We still had to pay the full amount as she didn’t agree with our comments. We were booked for two nights but honestly we just wanted to return home back to the standard of hygiene that was acceptable. So if you are looking for a bed and breakfast in Laughern, please don’t book here. It needs closing down to the public. Never again. I think this experience will haunt me for years to come ✨
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Date of stay: August 2021Trip type: Travelled with family
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Morgan J wrote a review Jul 2023
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Don't stay here! The place is dirty, stinks of dog. The bed sheet was soiled.Had to get my own bedding from car as had previously been in immaculate self catering. No tea making facilities, was offered use of kitchen, but was filthy. Left without breakfast, not safe to eat here. If I had been less tired, would have left immediately. Will be reporting to local council. Garden was covered with dog excrement. What was once obviously a well kept property has now become run down and should no longer be operating.
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Date of stay: July 2023
1.0 of 5 bubblesValue
3.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
1.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled solo
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Susannah R wrote a tip Mar 2022
Ipswich, United Kingdom
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Friendly traditional B&B"
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Frequently Asked Questions about Hills Farm B&B Laugharne
Which popular attractions are close to Hills Farm B&B Laugharne?
Nearby attractions include Llansteffan Castle (3.7 miles), Cartref Dylan Thomas Boathouse (0.9 miles), and Laugharne Castle (0.7 miles).
What are some restaurants close to Hills Farm B&B Laugharne?
Conveniently located restaurants include Poon's Street Food, The Coffee Shop, and Dexters at Brown's.
Is Hills Farm B&B Laugharne located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.7 miles away from the centre of Laugharne.
Are there any historical sites close to Hills Farm B&B Laugharne?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Whitland Abbey Ruins (6.6 miles).
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