Situated on the ground floor, this twin room is individually decorated to reflect the sunset on the estuary with tones of glistening gold. Offering a good level of accessibility, the room accommodates a maximum of two people and has comfortable twin beds.
The room is 18 sqm in size, with a 39” TV. Quality room furnishings are in oak and include a stunning locally made feature headboard, two bedside tables, a dressing table and stool and a wardrobe.
The en-suite shower room has a large low-level shower.
The room overlooks a pretty garden area at the front of the building. A fire door leads directly out of the room onto the garden, with its tables and benches.
The room features an original photograph of the Ferryside estuary by local artist Ken Day, and this is reflected in the décor.
Our room rate Includes a ‘Breakfast To Go’ , for our guests to enjoy in their own time, and at their convenience.
Pan au Chocolate
Muesli Style Premium Yoghurt
Carton of Juice
*(contents may vary according to availability).
**Please let us know in advance if you have any allergies or intolerances
Served in a bag the ‘Breakfast To Go’ is available from the fridge in your room
Gluten free and vegan options are available with prior notice.
For those who prefer a heartier start to the day, the on-site restaurant, Pryd O Fwyd, serves a cooked breakfast, Wednesday to Saturday from 10.30am. Alternatively, a short stroll into the village will also bring you to the local café, The Ferry Cabin which (closed Thursday and Sunday), please check for current opening times.
Cots for babies and young toddlers are provided free-of-charge
The reception, restaurant and accommodation are all on the ground floor with level access.
Doorways are 110 cm wide for wheelchair access.
All signage has Braille as well as English.
The en-suite shower has a low-profile shower tray.
Other accessibility equipment is available on request (see amenities below – click “accessibility” for more details: those marked with * must be booked in advance).
Please see Accessibility for full details.
About Ken Day
Ken found his way into photography after using it to record his work as a furniture maker. His interests in natural history and geology, combined with a love of photography, enabled him to become a professional photographer.
Ken has produced greeting cards and magazine and book covers as well as exhibitions. In 2006, he produced a book Beloved Tywi, a visual journey through Carmarthenshire to the Cambrian Mountains. This is a book of farming, myth and legends that tell a story of the River Towy.
Today, Ken is still producing photography as well as working with wood. He produced the magnificent headboard seen in the Ken Day suite, as well as the silhouette photograph.
Smaller items by Ken can be purchased to take home.