Croeso/Welcome - Ty Castell Guest House - Home of the Kingfisher graded 4 stars by the Welsh Tourist Board, sits on the door step of the National Botanic Gardens of Wales in the heart of the Carmarthenshire countryside, in a small hamlet village called Nantgaredig just 4 miles from Carmarthen Town. Ideally situated with good road links for cross county explorations of Carmarthenshire, Pembrokeshire and beyond. Once a farmhouse on the banks of the River Towy, Ty Castell– now a four star bed and breakfast – opens its doors to weekenders, rural explorers, nature and garden admirers. A warm welcome awaits all our guests. Our goal is for you to enjoy your stay, recommend us and/or come back again. We look forward to welcoming you to our home.
Ty Castell offers its visitors quality home made evening meals, subject to guests submitting their advance meal order by 10:00 on the day the meal is required. A wide choice of evening meals from home made soups to best Welsh Black steaks and many other fish options such as stuffed sea bass and plaice are available. All served with the best produce in our conservatory dining room overlooking the gardens and river Towy. Click here for more information and our A la carte menu. There are various other types of dining options available near-by, however we recommend that you reserve your table prior to arrival.
The rooms are modern and extremely comfortable with en-suite bathrooms with the exception of the Heron Room which is allocated its own private shower room across the landing - not shared. From the windows, you can enjoy yet more views of the river and gardens. Throwing the windows open, a lovely fragrance of countryside, greenery, fresh air and “wild Wales” enters your room. All rooms have free wireless internet wireless and flat screen Televisions with Freeview channels. Click here for more room details.
Our location gives you the opportunity to soak up the best of Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire and surrounding counties offering an abundance of activities from walking to ballooning, cycling to mountain biking, castles to gardens, sea sides to nature reserves, art craft to antiques, waterfalls to lakes and legends with excellent road links making it easy to go back and forth across the counties.
Spend some time in the solitude and peace of this green, remote region where dairy herds graze on some of the best grassland in the British Isles; where the peregrine, red kite and buzzard live; where campion thrives at the side of winding lanes; and where steam trains run on rails that thread through ancient Celtic woodland.
What better base for your Welsh peregrinations than Ty Castell the quiet guest-house where you will truly find a welcome in the valley.
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