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Dyfed Hotels

Both the Cambrian Mountains and Wales's most beautiful stretch of coastline provide opposite boundaries of this ancient kingdom, now a preserved county. It was originally founded in the 10th century.

Cheap Hotels in Dyfed Wales

The Cliff Hotel and Spa
Guest Rating: 4.5/5

“Overlooking the breathtaking Cardigan Bay and enjoying the very best in style, comfort and well appointed accommodation. Treat yourself to the comforts of the Cliff Hotel where you can have a well earned break away from it all.”

Cardigan, Gwbert On Sea, Cardigan

rooms from £55.00 View Prices
Ivy Bush Royal Hotel
Guest Rating: 4.1/5

“Ideally situated in the popular town of Carmathen, better known as the Gateway to Wales. Perfectly placed for those travelling on business or for pleasure, or simply basing yourself for a night or two as you discover the amazing surrounding area.”

Spilman Street, Carmarthen

rooms from £78.02 View Prices
Boars Head Hotel
Guest Rating: 4.1/5

“Situated in the heart of the charming town of Carmarthen you will find the Boar's Head Coaching Inn, dating back to the 17th century, steeped in history and filled with original features. A warm and inviting place to spend a few days and nights. ”

120 Lammas Street, Carmarthen

rooms from £55.00 View Prices
The Plough Inn
Guest Rating: 4.7/5

“Overlooking the beautiful Towy Valley and Brecon Beacons National Park you will find the warm and friendly family run Plough Inn. With an excellent reputation for service and standards of accommodation you can relax and unwind in a charming environment.”

Rhosmaen, Llandeilo

rooms from £84.00 View Prices
Stradey Park Hotel
Guest Rating: 4.2/5

“Excellent choice for those who love the great outdoors and wish to make the most of the many sporting activities. We have created an oasis of tranquillity and calm here at the Stradey Park Hotel. Families and couples are all made to feel most welcome as are those on business.”

Furnace, Llanelli

rooms from £70.00 View Prices
Best Western Diplomat Hotel and Spa
Guest Rating: 4/5

“Luxurious choice in the charming seaside resort of Llanelli - The Diplomat has an excellent choice of ensuite accommodation and high standards of service and quality throughout. A warm welcome is extended to all our guests.”

Aelybryn, Llanelli

rooms from £76.91 View Prices
Penrhos Golf & Country Club
Guest Rating: 4.2/5

“Total luxury and style especially geared up to golf lovers and those who like to be in the great outdoors. Penrhos Golf and Country Club is set in 150 acres of lush green countryside in the wonderful Wyre Valley. ”

Llanrhystud, Llanrhystyd

rooms from £71.50 View Prices
The George Borrow Hotel
Guest Rating: 4.3/5

“Dating back to the 17th century, immersed in history and culture you will find the Borrow's. We are ideally placed for those travelling on business or visiting for leisure and pleasure breaks. Offering a select number of quiet ensuite rooms. ”

A44, Ponterwyd, Ponterwyd

rooms from £58.00 View Prices
St Brides Spa Hotel
Guest Rating: 4.6/5

“Overlooking the breathtaking Saundersfoot Bay Harbour and Carmathen Bay you are spoilt with stunning views here at St Brides Hotel. We have a very good selection of beautiful ensuite rooms many of which enjoy superb views.”

St. Brides Hill, Saundersfoot

rooms from £175.00 View Prices
The Gower Hotel
Guest Rating: 4.3/5

“Exquisite design and decor combine with excellent standards of service and our award winning restaurant famous for its fine cuisine. A treat that is affordable here at the Gower Hotel where couples and families are all made to feel very welcome.”

Milford Terrace, Saundersfoot

rooms from £85.00 View Prices
Elm Grove Country House
Guest Rating: 4.8/5

“Situated just 4 miles from the charming coastline town of Tenby, we are immersed in gorgeous gardens and retain a feature filled Georgian country house that is relaxing and inviting. Super choice for couples and families alike.”

St Florence, Tenby

rooms from £70.00 View Prices

Effectively this historic county encompasses the entire south west of Wales. It runs from the country's only biosphere (just north of Aberystwyth) straight down to Llanelli near Swansea.

Names and borders have been reshuffled here many a time and Dyfed now lives on as a preserved county. It was split up into 3 and now is governed as the modern counties of Carmarthenshire, Ceredigion and Pembrokeshire.

The latter of the 3 is home to the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. This is Britain's only National Park to be completely coastal in nature and is lined with more than 50 beaches. It holds more Blue Flags and Seaside Awards than any other county in the UK.

Further inland, green hills quickly begin to rise to form the country's defining mountain range amd National Park, the Brecon Beacons. The Dyfed section of the park incorporates the largely unexplored Black Mountain range (not to be confused with the Black Mountains in the east). It also includes the glacial lake of Llyn y Fan Fach, the home of one of Wales's most famous folktales. Lastly there is also ;a range of hill forts and castles, such as the ruined fortress of Carreg Cennen (sitting atop a sheer limestone cliff).

Another source of local pride can be found on a remote corner of the west coast. That being St David's Cathedral. Situated in Britain's smallest city (St David's, population 2,000), the cathedral is Wales's largest. It was constructed upon a monastery built by the country's patron saint.

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