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Reviewed 15 July 2009

Having booked in for a two night stay, we really were expecting 'just another B&B'
Not the case - Rhyd-y-Groes Guest House exceeds expectations.
We were warmly greeted by Melvyn and Eve who run the Guest House single handed. Our room was so clean and had wonderful views of the surrounding countryside. The place was so peaceful that we slept soundly - the best sleep we have ever had at a B&B.
We strolled down to the Stone Barn building for our breakfast. The building stands adjacent to a stream with a bridge over leading to a woodland walk - amazing and so romantic.
We opened the door to the restaurant to find a further curtained entrance. Upon opening the curtains to enter the room, our mouths opened in awe of the place and our jaws had to be picked up from the floor.
We had entered another world!
The breakfast was set out on a table for us to choose from cereal, fresh fruit salad, yoghurts, fruit juices etc. Croissants were brought to us by a smiling Eve and Melvyn took our order for a cooked breakfast - fresh duck eggs - how wonderful.
The whole experience was so wonderful that we decided to book for an evening meal. Could things get any better? YES! The meal was as good as any Mitchillen Star Restaurant but without the cost.
Definitely going back - hopefully to celebrate Christmas or New Year.

  • Stayed: July 2009, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank blossom007
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Reviewed 11 July 2009

Nothing was too much trouble for Eve and Mel,including arranging taxis,providing local information,extra accommodation for last minute addition to our group and sandwiches for someone who overslept and missed breakfast.
The food at breakfast and dinner was fantastic,and we had some very fine wine too.
The accommodation and gardens were lovely,and fresh duck eggs were collected by my son for our breakfast.
We had a very good time .

  • Stayed: June 2009, travelled with family
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1  Thank angus36
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Reviewed 1 July 2009

Eve & Mel - the proprietors - gave us a very warm welcome & shared their beautiful 5 acre site with great enthusiasm. The vegetarian/vegan food was excellent with a good varying selection. The restaurant in the grounds was full of character & yet stayed very homely. We hope to return soon with friends & wouldn't hesitate to recommend this haven to anyone.

  • Stayed: June 2009, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank TandJWiltshire
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Reviewed 25 May 2009

Amazing trip two night stay planned at last min. Melvin and eve were fantastic. Proper hosts with a family feel. We went for relaxation and found more. Piecefly and tranquel. Plan to visit many many times again.

  • Stayed: May 2009, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Jayee019
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Reviewed 28 September 2008

As part of a week touring West Wales this was the highlight of a week full of highlights. Sadly we only stayed the one night, but will return.
Situated between Lampeter and the coast, tucked away down some small lanes, I initially thought the place would be hard to find, but it is quite well signposted locally, particularly the 'Tres Bijou' restaurant at the front of the premises. We arrived without having to search at all!
We were welcomed warmly by proprietors Melvyn and Eve, whose hospitality was excellent throughout our stay. We stayed in the delightful log cabin (slept very soundly with no other noise than the stream outside) and enjoyed strolling around the grounds to see the pet ducks and other animals.
The tiny 'gothic' style restaurant (pictured) had the right balance of informality and formality. A delicious and interesting range of home-cooked vegetarian dishes, home-baked bread and simple but sound wine list made it an evening to remember. I understand fish is available but to be honest the veggie dishes stand well on their own - by the way I am writing this as a carnivore!
My only hesitation in writing this review is that everyone will want to go there! Highly recommended

  • Stayed: September 2008, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank sometimesveggie
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