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Enjoy breathtaking views of the Welsh landscape from the unique Coach House at Mandinam, an ancient building retaining original features with all the comforts you'd expect. Savour the tasty breakfast, much of it homemade or from the working farm.

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Rooms: 1 double or twin

£70 per night based on 2 sharing

Meals: Breakfast included, dinner available for £25, lunch/picnic can be arranged
Open: Year round except winter (can be opened on request)
Address: Mandinam, Llangadog, , Carmarthenshire, SA19 9LA
reviewed by greentraveller

Why we've chosen The Coach House, Carmarthenshire, Wales:

Boasting wonderful rural views that are amongst the finest Britain has to offer, the Coach House is a real escape experience that takes you back in time and back to nature. On the top floor of an historic Coach House, it has its own terrace, bathroom (with shower) and a log-burning stove (from our own coppiced woodland) and is a real romantic retreat, decorated in a traditional style, retaining original features and a rustic feel. You can take a hearty, fresh breakfast in the main house - choosing from sausages, eggs, honey, jams and more produced on the farm (plus delicious fresh bread). 

Whilst the Coach House is usually closed during the coldest part of winter, it can be opened for those wishing for a longer stay during this period. Like the rest of Mandinam, it is ideally situated for walkers wishing to explore the farm, Carmarthenshire and further into the Brecon Beacons and beyond - the countryside of South West Wales is truly beautiful. Mandinam is a 450-acre working farm boasting Herefords and Sheep with lovely views over the Towy valley and you're guaranteed a warm welcome.

Reviewed by Catherine Mack:

"This really is a room with a view. Wake up in the morning and open the front door of this restored stone farm building, and you look straight out over the undulating valleys of Carmarthenshire's Towy Valley."

Read Catherine Mack's full review of the Coach House, Mandinam, Wales.


Why is this a greener holiday? 

To truly minimise the environmental impact, guests are encouraged to arrive by public transport: the nearest train station is Llangadog, and the owners are happy to collect guests from the station. Onsite the owners have taken a number of green measures to reduce the environmental impact of their tourism business. Additionally, the farm is maintained sustainably and the owners value conservation.

Top Eco Features at The Coach House

  • Delicious food produced on the farm

  • Farms in small & sustainable way

  • Values conservation



The Coach House, Carmarthenshire, Wales
Nearest train station: Llangadog

Directions from station:
Mandinam is close to the village of Llangadog and the owners can collect you from the railway station.

Plan your journey by train

Buy rail tickets online and then collect them at any main station.
Bookings usually open 10-12 weeks before your date of travel.

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