The Ivy Bush Royal Hotel

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The Ivy Bush Royal Hotel

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The Ivy Bush Royal has long welcomed leisure and business guests in considerable comfort and style. Once a favored retreat for Lord Nelson and Lady Hamilton, the hotel has been sympathetically modernized to blend its old world charm with modern facilities.There are 70 comfortably furnished bedrooms, 2 family rooms and a suite. Car parking facilities for up to 70 cars including 2 disabled bays and three easy access bays. There is also an area for coaches.

70 en-suite bedrooms including a Suite.
Executive Rooms and Family Rooms.
Flat Screen TV with Freeview , hairdryer, ironing centres.
Private safe in some rooms.
FREE WIFI in all rooms.

Restaurant & Bar

Fresh local produce is used extensively in our seasonal menus and Welsh Black beef from a local farm feature prominently with succulent results. A comprehensive wine list complements the food with wines from all over the world and local beers are readily available..

Air conditioned, with friendly service from experienced staff, the restaurant is open daily for all meals with traditional Sunday lunches featuring prime roasts are especially popular

Breakfast buffet with an abundant array of hot & cold foods.

Afternoon Tea is available 7 days a week between 2.30pm and 5.30pm

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Contact Us

Spilman Street ,
Carmarthen,, Carmarthenshire , SA31 1LG

01267 235111

http://www.ivybushroyal.co.uk/

[email protected]

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