Nestling in 1.5 acres of mature gardens, in the secluded village of Llansadwrn, our Grade II Listed farmhouse consisting of the main guest house and attached cottage dates back to the latter part of the 18th Century. Myrtle Hill boasts stunning views of the local countryside.
Carmarthenshire offers a wealth of opportunities for enjoying the natural environment. Within a short distance from Myrtle Hill House you will find the Black Mountain in the Brecon Beacons National Park which is a paradise walkers, ramblers and riding enthusiasts in spectacular surroundings. The National Botanic Gardens of Wales, Aberglasney - a garden lost in time, Dinas RSPB Reserve and many historic castles are situated in this part of Wales.
Wildlife reserves offer unique opportunities to observe bird life, including the majestic Red Kite in its traditional homeland close to the Llyn-Brianne Reservoir; its spectacular setting in the remote hills in the Tywi valley contributes to its popularity.
Within Llansadwrn you will find the medieval church of Saint Sadwrn, on which site there has been a church since the 6th Century. With its strong sense of community, you will receive a warm welcome in the village, nowhere more so than in The Sexton Arms, the village pub which is a mere 100 paces.