- Henllys Estate
- Henllys Estate is an historically
listed site, with views across the beautiful Towy valley, which
comprises an attractive manor house and courtyard, featuring
'The Coach House', converted in the 1970's from the original
stables, 'The Bailiff's House', and a number of estate buildings,
one of which has recently been tastefully and sympathetically
converted to Bed and Breakfast accommodation.
- The adjoining, working farm,
provides a lot of the food for the bed and breakfast from its
cattle, sheep and 2 pigs and offers guests the opportunity to
walk and observe wildlife, in broadleafed woodlands with the
added attraction of a one acre lake which is also available for
- The river Towy, renowned for
its sea trout and salmon fishing, runs through the estate and
provides further scope for anglers.
- The accommodation is situated
in a stone barn built in the early 1800's and comprises 2 double,
2 twin and 1 family room all en-suite, and with tea and coffee
making facilities, television and guest controlled heating.
- We have disabled
access to one of the bedrooms and the large dining room which
retains many of the original features of the building.
- Cots and high chairs are available
- In front of the accommodation
is a garden with a seating area for the use of our guests. Breakfast
may be taken here on sunny mornings!
- We have a No Smoking policy
throughout and regret that, as we are a stock farm, dogs cannot
- £30.00 - Adults
£12.50 - Children under 12
Rates are based on twin occupancy
- A single person supplement
may be charged dependent on the availability of
rooms. Group bookings are welcome - terms on request.
Discounts available for stays of three nights or more.
Evening meals by arrangement only.
- Woodland: There are 11 acres of mature broadleafed woodlands
with pathways and picnic areas. An additional 15 acres have recently
been planted. Carpets of bluebells can be seen in the spring
as can many other wild flowers in season.
- River Towy: The river provides fishing for salmon and sea trout
or just a quiet place to sit.
- Lake: There is fishing for wild brown trout and stocked
rainbow trout and the lake attracts herons, wild ducks and geese,
moorhens and little grebe. There are copious amounts of frog
spawn and tadpoles in spring and the abundant insect life includes
dragon and damsel flies.
- Wildlife: This includes Red Kites, Buzzards, foxes and badgers.
- Contact: James
- Tel: +44 (0)1550