BaysHill House is a beautiful historic grade II listed Georgian town house situated in quiet seclusion within the heart of Llandeilo Town, Carmarthenshire, South Wales. Llandeilo is a bustling market town in the Towy Valley, nestling in the foothills of the Black Mountains and on the very edge of the Brecon Beacons with convenient access to the M4. There are endless opportunities to explore and discover this wonderful part of Wales known as the Garden of Wales. Dinefwr Castle and Park are in the town and the award winning Aberglasney Country House is five minutes away, The National Botanical Gardens of Wales, Dolaucothi Gold Mines and Pembrey Country Park for children are all very close. Being situated on the edge of the Black Mountains and the Brecon Beacons, there are endless opportunities for spectacular walks and adventure and the chance to embrace this wonderful part of Welsh countryside where medieval castles still overlook the valleys at every vantage point.
House in Llandeilo, Carmarthenshire, Wales - Situated In Quiet Seclusion Within The Heart Of Llandeilo, On The Edge Of The Brecon Beacons
- Calendar last updated:
- 23 Feb 2019
About Thomas Lloyd
The house has been in the Lloyd family for over 100 years and is currently looked after by Tom and Serena Lloyd.
100% refund for cancellations more than 14 days before check-in date. 50% refund for cancellations more than 7 days before check-in date.
One of the best places I’ve stayed. Stunning property and wonderful hosts
Fantastic house and garden, close to nice days out: ideal for a big family gathering
I came here with my siblings, their families and our Mother, for a family holiday in Wales. The house was ideal for accommodating a big group (5 children and 12 adults, in this case), the character and size
of the place made it very easy and stress free. We were very lucky with the weather, and so made maximum use of the fabulous outdoor space. The garden was a source of constant wonder for the kids - den making, football and and hide and seek. It’s a beautiful period house but didn’t feel too prescious, and thing I liked most about it was that the kitchen was big enough to cook large meals whilst the children / other people could sit at the table. There were some excellent days out to be had very locally - national trust properties, botanical garden and a river to swim in. Serena and Thomas were very informative and relaxed in our dealings with them.
I would highly recommend this place for a group stay.
Quirky old property in the centre of town.
Charming period property just down the street opposite the Cawdor Hotel. Bear in mind it is a period property though.
Lovely large kitchen and breakfast room super lounge come dining room with an open fire! We were only 6 so having one shower was no problem but if you were at full capacity it maybe, perhaps a shower attachment for the bath could help.
The door to the wnchanting garden is Accessible from the first floor landing. Could do with some sort of shelter immediately outside the door to take boots off before entering the house. Again no problem for us as not raining but winter visitors may appreciate it.
Off road parking was a bonus!
We had a wonderful weekend for my mum’s 60th and the house really lent itself to old friends catching up. So thank you very much indeed!!!!
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