- New Search
Add To Short List
West Wales Last Minute Availability - Farmhouse B&B in Lampeter July Breaks Two nights 2 people £150
- Near the Coast
- Child and Baby Friendly
- Cyclists Accepted
- Walker Friendly
- Open Fire or Stove
- Own Parking
- En-Suite Rooms
- Secure Storage
- Wi-Fi Access
- Detached Property
- Rural Location
Coed Parc Farm B&B
There's something rather magical about holidaying on a working farm, and that makes Coed Parc Farm the perfect choice for visitors who love that special farmyard experience, and guests are welcome to meet the animals.
Coed Parc Farm offers three spacious and comfortable B&B rooms, each with TV and tea and coffee making facilities. There are two double rooms, one twin room, and one single room. The three larger rooms all have en-suite facilities, whilst the single room has a private bathroom. Guests are welcome to use the lounge and to explore the farmyard.
There are a number of pubs and restaurants locally, serving excellent food, made on the premises using locally sourced produce, wherever possible. The Dolaucothi Arms and The Cottage Garden Restaurant are both excellent choices, and the nearby Cwmanne Tavern offers a warm welcome and traditional pub food.
Locally, there is plenty to see and do, with a number of National Trust properties nearby, stunning beaches to discover and pretty market towns to explore. The ruins of Strata Florida Abbey and the historic Roman gold mines at Dolaucothi both make excellent day trips from Coed Parc Farm, with the chance to look back to different times in history. The underground tours at the Dolaucothi Mines are particularly fascinating and have won several awards.
Llanarchaeron, near Aberaeron, is a splendid Georgian villa, surrounded by lush parkland and rolling hills. Now a National Trust property, the villa was originally designed by John Nash, and the entire estate was developed to provide produce for the house and the surrounding community. Llanarchaeron remains a working farm, and visitors can explore the farmyard, with several native livestock breeds on display, as well as the walled garden, which is filled with fruits and vegetable beds. A trip to Llanarchaeron is perfectly finished off with a visit to nearby Aberaeron, a charming Georgian seaside town which is famous for its honey ice cream and Zukos ice cream parlor.
Bird-spotters and nature lovers will find the Cors Caron National Nature Reserve utterly enchanting. This enormous wetland area, near Tregaron, is home to a huge variety of birds, wildlife and plant species. Buzzards and red kites soar overhead, whilst teal, wigeon and water rail enjoy the wetlands. The reserve has a number of walkways and paths, to guide visitors through the different habitats, and there is also an impressive bird hide, for up-close viewing of the varied species.
The nearby towns of Lampeter and Tregaron are both well worth a visit. Lampeter is home to the Jen Jones Welsh Quilt Centre, with its gallery of gorgeous Welsh quilts and blankets, and lunch at Y Talbot in Tregaron is highly recommended.
For a relaxing holiday in beautiful surroundings, Coed Parc Farm is hard to beat. With mile after mile of stunning countryside to explore and dozens of unspoiled beaches just a short drive away, the farm is the perfect base to explore the gentle charms and unhurried beauty of West Wales.
Coed Parc, is a spacious 18th Century Farmhouse, overlooking a pleasant wooded valley, within 5 minutes driving distance from the University town of Lampeter and conveniently situated on the A485 Lampeter to Tregaron Road. 20 minutes from the coastal town of Aberaeron and the West Wales coastline.
A warm Welsh welcome awaits you at the Bilingual family home, farmed by the family for generations.