Eating Out, Accommodation, Guest House / B&Bs in Whitland
Jabajak Vineyard Restaurant with Rooms
“And once below a time I lordly had the trees and leaves, trail with daisies and barley, down the rivers of the windfall light.” Dylan Thomas.
With superb scenery, wine tasting, outstanding food and bespoke en-suite accommodation: Jabajak vineyard 5 star restaurant with rooms, promises a memorable, unique experience. The Award-winning Jabajak, is set within 7 peaceful acres, right in the heart of West Wales, on the edge of the bluestone mountain range, but is close enough to Pembrokeshire, Carmarthenshire and Ceredigion, if you fancy seeing the sights. What was once a drovers farm, has been beautifully restored and transformed, into a sumptuous place to escape for a few days of complete bliss. Expect a genuine, warm welcome, from the moment you arrive from the lovely owners, who create a relaxing environment that will help you unwind and feel comfortable. Choose from three upgraded elegant suites, and five individually designed, well appointed rooms, all exquisitely furnished, and then start your day with a scrumptious freshly cooked breakfast.
FOOD FOR THOUGHT
Jabajak Vineyard Restaurant with Rooms, has history and beauty enfolded within its walls and grounds, and is without doubt one of Wales’ most iconic, hidden jewels. Despite its grandeur and flawless appearance, the atmosphere is chilled out, friendly and extremely welcoming from the moment you arrive. With great flair and imagination, this former drover’s farm has been lovingly transformed into an exclusive fine dining retreat, amongst rows of luscious vineyards, where you can enjoy some sensational wine tasting. The five star a la carte restaurant menu, offers a delicious selection of locally sourced produce, cooked fresh to order, along with an impressive wine list, carefully selected from some of the best winemakers in the world! With a fully licensed bar, what could be more wonderful than sipping something chilled and appertising before dining, whilst watching a golden sunset melt beneath the vines.