A charming four star boutique hotel and award winning restaurant set in the beautiful Towy Valley at the edge of the Brecon Beacons. Surrounded by castles and country houses with the National Botanical Garden of Wales and Aberglasney House only minutes away.
Relax in the tranquil surroundings of the Towy Valley in our beautifully appointed accommodation. You could not ask for more, captivating views from all our 23 well appointed en suite rooms equipped with everything you would expect for your stay - queen sized beds, free WiFi, sofas and disabled facilities - all impeccably serviced with our unique attention to detail. We also accommodate your four legged companions in select superior rooms. Pets are priced at £15 per night.
We were delighted to win the Gold Award for our accommodation in the Carmarthenshire Tourism Awards 2015/16.
DINE "CINIAWA" AT THE PLOUGH A subtle blend of modern and traditional culinary styles coupled with a warm inviting atmosphere. The Plough Rhosmaen has an excellent nationwide reputation for it’s commitment to using the best local ingredients, cooked in new and exciting styles and a menu with choices of the old favourites or dishes a little more imaginative, complemented by an extensive wine cellar and a great range of coffees to finish.
We were delighted to win the Visit Wales Gold Award for outstanding quality, comfort and hospitality 2018.
We were also delighted to win the Food and Drink Award at the 2017 Carms Means Biz Business Awards.
Wherever possible we source our produce locally to bring you the very best quality and tastes from the Heart of Wales, from field to plate - season to season! Carmarthenshire and the Brecon Beacons have some spectacular producers of meats, cheese and indeed beverages, which we incorporate into our menus for your enjoyment. We cater for all dietary requirements, so please ask prior to arrival.
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Aberglasney Mansion & Gardens is the magnificent heritage gardens which have been inspiring poets to put pen to paper since 1477, set in the Tywi Valley: a renowned plantsman’s paradise where visitors can discover, and enjoy 10 acres
Carmarthenshire has long been known as the Garden of Wales, and is home to one of Wales’ finest gardens: the utterly sublime National Botanical Garden in Aberglasney. Perfect for picnics, the family friendly indoor