“Somewhere in that ancient mystic trinity, you get three as a magic number: the past and the present and the future, faith and hope and charity…” B. L. Dorough.
Three is a magic number when it comes to the superb Leahurst Bed & Breakfast, serenely sequestered in Tywyn, on the breathtakingly beautiful Welsh Coast of Cardigan Bay. Leahurst B&B presents 3 immaculate, en-suite rooms: each one abundant with glorious views of Snowdonia National Park and the sea. Proving that less is so much more, owners of this fabulous Victorian property; Jackie and John, have lovingly poured 100% of their attention to detail into this very special B&B, and as a result have received extremely high praise. Breakfast at Leahurst is a fine affair, with plenty of scrumptious choices, so you’ll be properly prepared for a full day ahead. Leahurst B&B is also ideally situated for many attractions, including the picturesque Tal-y-llyn Railway, and is within easy access of the Welsh coastal path, Aberdovey Golf Club and excellent adventures for cyclists and walkers.
If you are on the look-out for some seriously good food, then take a ‘proper gander’ at this hidden gem, situated in Tywyn, amidst the dramatic, stunning landscapes of rural Mid-Wales. Serving eye-wateringly attractive food, there’s a friendly,