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After the graduation I launched my career at Deloitte Consulting, advising the world’s biggest and systemically important financial institutions
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Ffynnon Fendigaid B&B, Llandysul

Ffynnon Fendigaid B&B, Llandysul
Wales. Wales, SA44 5SR.

An 18th Century B&B with two en suite rooms, guest lounge and access to 6 acres of grounds.

Price per night: from £78 to £1001.

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Ffynnon Fendigaid is very well situated for walking and touring: the Coastal Path is nearby and the Preseli Hills and Cambrian Mountains are within easy reach. Explore the pretty coastal towns and villages where you can rummage in antique shops or pick up a unique piece of locally-made craft. The area is brilliant for bird watching, sailing, fishing, or glimpsing marine wildlife – from whales, dolphins and porpoises to grey seals. Rooms consists of double bedrooms which are ensuite and are decorated to a very high standard with tea/coffee making facilities, flat screen televisions, hair dryers and access to an iron.

'Ffynnon Fendigaid' (Magnificent Spring) was built to house the families of servants working in 'the big house' of The Goggerddan Estate which stretched from Aberystwyth in the North to Cardigan in the South. The owners who have lived here for seven years are both designers and have created a mix of the old and new, and have been awarded 5 stars by Visit Wales. Breakfasts are served in the old parlour (much transformed) between 7.30am - 8.45am and full Welsh or Continental options are available a la carte. Local produce such as bacon sausages, welsh yoghurt and vegetables are served to take advantage of the wealth of excellent produce on the doorstep. Evening meals can also be served by prior notice. (This service may not be available at busy times). Enjoy 6 acres of gardens, some formal and some wilder corners. A small lake (the Ffynnon Fendigaid) and a ribbon of small ponds along the stream which flows through the property. There is an area of natural woodland and in the summer this is transformed by seven different varieties of indiginous lush ferns. There are formal lawns but also a sloping south facing meadow with spectacular views across the Hoffnant Valley. Benches and seats are scattered throughout for guests and loungers and deck chairs are also available to take to your favourite spot. A guest lounge is available for relaxing in, and internet access is available on site.


  • 18th century buildings
  • Breakfast Included
  • Parking (free)
  • No smoking
  • Historic Property
  • Free broadband access (wired)
  • Shared gardens
  • Woodland walks
  • Continental breakfast (included)
  • Cooked breakfast (included)
  • Dinner available (at additional cost)
  • Picnic area
  • Recommended walks
  • Beach (a short drive)
  • Pub (walking distance)
  • Museums (a short drive)
  • Historic houses
  • Gardens
  • Golf course (a short drive)
  • Recommended restaurants (a short drive)
  • Theatre (a short drive)

Arrival information

Check In: 4.00pm Check Out: 10.00am Directions: Situated one mile inland from the main coast road (A4870) 27 miles south of Aberystwyth and 11 miles north of Cardigan. Turn off the coast road at Brynhoffnant signposted Rhydlewis (B4334) and the lane is one mile down on the left.

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London, United Kingdom. 59 Devons road, E3 3DW. +44 7306809983