“Birds chirping around you is a beautiful realisation that life is incredibly good. Let this sound be a gentle break in your routine.” H. Nagda.
Take that long awaited break away, to the cosy comfort of the Flambards Hotel in Llechryd, amidst the outstanding county of Ceredigion, West Wales, this lovely hotel is perfectly situated for exploring nearby attractions. Flambards Hotel: circa 1900’s takes its food seriously, with a seasonal and flavorsome menu which includes a generous breakfast. En-suite rooms provide splendid views: furnished with style and comfort, the rooms are lavished with care and attention to detail, and make an ideal place to relax and unwind. After a day spent at the superb sands of Poppit Beach, or watching the cascading Cenarth Falls in all its splendour, relax with a drink in the glorious sunny hotel garden.
FOOD FOR THOUGHT
Cooking meat on a stone is an ancient way of preparing food, as well as adding a pinch of dramatic theatre to your meal. So if you fancy sprinkling a little showstopping sizzle to your evening: Flambards Hotel’s Sear and Sizzle restaurant is offering something ‘a little bit different’ for its customers. Situated in the pretty village of Llechryd, Flambards Hotel and Tearooms is a mere 3 miles away from Cardigan Castle and many other wonderful attractions and makes a perfect setting for birthday and family celebrations, groups and clubs. Using fresh, locally sourced meat from Teifi Valley Farms, diners cook their own meat, fish or vegetarian option upon a red-hot lava steak stone. Come and discover food with a difference.
Cardigan, Ceredigion , SA43 2NT
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The National Coracle Centre
A Museum and Workshop of Coracles from around the world set in the grounds of a 17th Century Flour Mill beside the beautiful Cenarth falls famed for its Salmon
This pretty period garden surrounds an 18th century house designed by John Nash, architect of the Royal Pavilion in Brighton and the Buckingham Palace extensions. Garden highlights include