Mansion House Llansteffan, 2018 winner of the AA's Guest Accommodation of the Year Wales award, is set in five acres of romantic hilltop gardens in a secret corner of rural West Wales. The 5 star rooms look out to Carmarthen Bay & the restaurant, Moryd, boasts two AA rosettes and stunning views.
What makes a stay at Mansion House Llansteffan unique?
Mansion House Llansteffan offers a unique blend of rural splendour, with true rest & relaxation and five-star service that's not too formal but very friendly.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at Mansion House Llansteffan?
Mansion House Llansteffan has 8 individually styled rooms, three are luxury doubles and five are superior twin/king rooms. Two of the superior king rooms are on the ground floor and are suitable for guests with limited mobility. The rooms are named after the local farms and landmarks that they overlook. Each room is furnished to the highest standard, with sumptuous Sealy beds, luxury linen & towels. Each room has tea & coffee facilities, free WiFi& large flatscreen TVs.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Carmarthen area?
Mansion House Llansteffan sits among the rolling hills that look out across Carmarthen Bay. With the Cambrian Mountains as the backdrop, and stunning views out across the bay, the setting couldn't be more perfect. It's little surprise that this region is known as the ‘Garden of Wales'.
Whilst Carmarthenshire has plenty to tempt the visitor, it's also just a 45 minute drive to the neighbouring counties of Pembrokeshire and Ceredigion, as well as to Swansea. Places of interest include Carmarthen Castle, Aberglasney Gardens, the National Botanic Gardens of Wales, and Dylan Thomas' Boathouse at Laugharne.
Llansteffan itself is just a couple of miles away, and is a great place for long beach walks, or for exploring the ruins of the Norman castle there.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
The Moryd restaurant at Mansion House Llansteffan has two AA rosettes under its belt, and it serves breakfast, lunch and dinner daily. The emphasis is on fresh, locally-sourced ingredients and both a ‘Market Menu' and an à la carte menu are offered, with all dishes designed by head chef, Paul Owen, and his team. Sunday Lunch is served in the Orangery, and is one of the highlights of any stay here.