T A K E A WA Y M E N U & O U T D O O R D I N I N G M E N U
UPDATE – We are now serving TAKEAWAY meals from midday onwards throughout the week, please ring to pre-order in advance. Also due to the current Government’s announcement & guidelines we are also OPEN to OUTDOOR DINING. Serving meals out on our spacious lawned garden where you can relax & enjoy having a meal & drinks safely. We are also serving Takeaway or Dine Outdoor Sunday Lunches. Please booking in advance.
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We hope to announce soon that we can be open fully on the 3rd of August. We as a family run business would like to thank you for your continued support at this difficult time & wish you well & welcome you back, always ensuring customer & staff safety.
From Emrys, Anne & Rhian Murrow
The Nant-Y-Ffin Hotel & Motel which is a privately owned, family run business for over 20 years. The proprietors and staff are always available to provide a warm and friendly welcome.
The Nant-Y-Ffin offers peaceful lodgings and well appointed, en-suite bedrooms. Well kept, expansive gardens grace the grounds providing relaxing surroundings for guests and visitors. There are a number of Motel chalets available with parking directly outside.
The accommodation at the Nant-y-Ffin Hotel & Motel is of the highest standard, having twenty-two large bedrooms each with en-suite bathrooms and all the modern comforts of today’s generation.
Located in the village of Llandisilio on the border between Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire making it an ideal central venue for functions, weddings, business meetings, conferences or as a base from which to explore West Wales.
The Hotel’s location ensures an ideal base for exploring the surrounding countryside, coastal paths and tourist attractions around West Wales, including Carmarthenshire, Pembrokeshire and Ceredigion. The resorts of Tenby and Saundersfoot are within easy reach to the south, while Haverfordwest, Newgale, St.Davids and the Pembrokeshire coast are located to the west, and the rugged North Pembrokeshire coast, Preseli Hills and a short drive to the north towards Cardigan town with its sandy beaches of Poppit Sands and St.Dogmeals leading on to Ceredigion.