The Lamb of Rhos
“…these old walls~~and mingle with our folk; And knowing every honest face of theirs, as well as ever Shepherd knew His sheep.” Tennyson.
The Lamb of Rhos shines as white as snow in the afternoon sun, making an immediate impression on the senses. The history behind this lovely building is long and interesting, and is believed to have stood since c1830, and retaining the original stone walls and floors, lends a Gothic feel to this highly attractive restaurant and B&B. Situated in the village of Rhos: right on the Carmarthenshire/Ceredigion border, relax and enjoy the chilled out, sophisticated atmosphere. Serving fresh and scrumptious meals all day, the well appointed rooms are spacious and spotlessly clean, elegantly furnished with unique and appealing touches. Stunning bedrooms, fantastic food and a beautiful building - could you ask for more?
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Llandysul, Ceredigion , SA44 5EE
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