Glasfryn Guest House
Glasfryn was built in 1890, originally as a vicarage. In later years the house was used as a doctors surgery. We have retained the character of the house, whilst installing superb en suite facilities. Our aim is to ensure your stay with us is pleasant, and relaxing ~ indeed, a 'home from home'. Babysitting is offered to give parents a break! The secluded garden is a delight. We offer a hearty breakfast, and evening meal on request. Special diets can easily be catered for. We are open throughout the year and guests have unrestricted access. There is ample parking at the rear. Motor cycles and cycles can be securely lock away. Fishing tackle, muddy boots and wet clothing can be taken care of. Glasfryn garden is a great place for guests to relax and unwind, giving a variety of plants and colours through out each season. We are open throughout the year and guests have unrestricted access. There is ample parking at the rear. Motor cycles and cycles can be securely-locked away. Fishing tackle, muddy boots and wet clothing can be taken care of. Llanybydder is well known for the West Wales Horse Fair which is held on the last Thursday of every month. Dogs can be catered for by prior arrangement for a small charge. If you prefer self catering then Glasfryn cottage is ideal. The cottage sleeps upto 4 people and is available all year. Prices include electric and gas, and linen and towels are also included in the price. No hidden costs. Llanybydder is ideally situated to explore some of the finest countryside in Wales. The coast is just 15 miles away to the West and the Brechfa Forest to the East. Here are some places you can visit: New Quey Honey Farm, The National Botanic Garden of Wales, Dolaucothi Gold Mines – Pumpsaint and The Coracle Center – Cenarth.