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11:30 - 00:00 hours
07:00 - 10:30 hours
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Children and extra beds
All children are welcome.
One child under 4 years stays free of charge when using existing beds.
One child under 2 years stays free of charge in a child's cot/crib.
One older child or adult is charged GBP 20 per person per night in an extra bed.
The maximum number of extra beds/children's cots permitted in a room is 1.
Any type of extra bed or child's cot/crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Supplements are not calculated automatically in the total costs and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are not allowed.
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In Llanelli centre, the Coastal Park Accommodation & Grill is 10 minutes’ walk from the railway station and the beach. Refurbished in 2010, it offers modern rooms with free Wi-Fi and free parking.
Score from 197 reviews Good
Overlooking Underhill Park, Langland Road B&B is situated in the heart of picturesque Mumbles. The elegant Victorian house offers hearty cooked breakfasts and 4-star rooms with free Wi-Fi.
Score from 111 reviews Exceptional
Situated on the southern boundary of the Carmarthenshire seaside village of Ferryside, which nestles on the Three Rivers estuary of Carmarthen Bay, the hotel boasts a friendly environment and...
Score from 63 reviews Very good
A small, friendly hotel just outside Llanelli town centre, the Thomas Arms is a 5-minute drive from shops at Parc Trostre and the Scarlets Rugby stadium.
Score from 167 reviews Very good
Good value, staff were helpful and friendly. Very nice breakfast and reasonably priced evening meal.
Friendly helpful staff.
The rooms were very dirty, bathroom was covered in mould, bed was mouldy, staff un helpful, it was like a hostel for drunks. Someone tried to kick my door in one night, I had to wedge a chair under the handle to stop them. I would never stay here again, it was in a bad area.
The food is very very good and very reasonable price.Large portions and Sunday dinner and an evening meal were very enjoyable,decent quality and wholesome.Breakfast being free with the room was equally freshly cooked on request and suprising due to cost of the room. Very convenient for any rugby match at the Scarlets stadium which was the purpose of our stay.£1 each way by local bus 30yards away at the Railway station behind/beside the hotel for the local stadium rugby matches.LLanelli Train station and a taxi office just 10 yards further. There is a secure private hotel car park where you have a key for the entrance gate on checking in and your car is locked in at night and nice and safe at night.Mature and/or clearly regular families are the customers that use the bar/restaurant so no issues on that front.
The rooms are very basic and dont expect more than the 2 star here as clearly the rooms on the premises have not been updated for some time and let it down a bit .Very basic facilities in the room so dont expect a pucker flat screen tv or power shower here but clean and bearable as it is probably the cheapest overnight stay in LLanelli.(The food and ambience especially in the bar downstairs makes up for the rooms shortfall).Used i guess in the main by visiting manual workers/business people as signs about not wearing muddy/oil boots on the approach to the rooms but nevertheless clean.hotel is a distance from the shops and town centre but walkable just.
Restaurant, excellent choices and value Friendly staff Overnight off road, locked car parking. Comfortable rooms Excellent breakfast Excellent value for money
The road outside is quite noisy as is the railway
The room was clean, the beds were comfortable. There was an excellent cooked breakfast. We had an outside door key so could come in after our event in Llanelli which finished quite late.
The bedroom was in need of decoration, the ceiling was stained with a water mark and the curtain rail needed replacing
I have been going to this hotel for 12 months every six weeks. I am always made to feel welcome. Lady in thw kitchen is brilliant, she always chats to me and is very friendly, her breakfast is brilliant and sets me up for my day, I am also offered a pack lunch excellent value for money. I certainly recommend to others
Noise from bar area in some rooms can be loud
it was a nice overnight stop
everthing was okay
The girls of the staff
We were in 5 friends and we booked 3 rooms. We found a bad surprise when we arrived:the rooms were not reserved maybe for a mistake by the staff or something else we don't know. The staff tried to repear to the damage giving us an apartament with no light and no paper in the toilet..I felt very surprised when i received the same charge on my credit card as we had used the 3 rooms initially booked..I asked for the owner but i couldn't speak with him..Now i can understand why..Be careful.
Helpful service, low cost, good breakfast, convenient position, free car parking, willingness to conform with our need for an early departure
Seedy area, more like a pub than a hotel. Shower awkward to use (had to be held in the hand). Alarm/radio didn't work.Too much noise from the railway.
The food was excellent and the staff were very friendly and helpful. It was good value for money.
The decor both inside and out looked tired although they had made an effort with the restaurant furnishings and place settings. The shower was awkward and the bedroom was cramped but adequate.
I booked a single room for two nights but actually stayed in a cottage. This had two bedrooms upstairs and two further single beds downstairs as well as a kitchen, lounge-diner and bathroom. The cottage seemed to be preparing for refurbishment and some rooms were over-furnished. There were bathroom fittings laying around in various places. However the whole experience was an unexpected bonus and a peaceful haven. I had to provide my own refreshment for the cottage, and a battery for the clock (which now works!) but a generous breakfast was included in the price and the hotel is also a popular local drinking and eating establishment with a good reputation for food. Unfortunately I could not avail myself of the restaurant at this visit. I would certainly return a second time if I need to - especially if I am offered the cottage again!
very impressed by a hearty breakfast, nothing was too much trouble.
Helpful staff gave free lunch packs that was a nice touch
Well the area was pretty grim, you can't expect the Ritz at these prices, you get what you pay for
Bathroom needs updating
the staff were very friendly & the breakfast was exellent
Good breakfast, pleasant service
bar staff were nice
shower broke down and paint coming from en suite
When approaching, initial thought (oh my days!). Next to railway line. Carpark access through glass strewn lane. Reception straight ahead passed toilets. Alarm bells ringing when proceeding to room, sign warning that drug abuse would not be tolerated on premises (although we cannot help thinking this would have made our stay far more tolerable.)... many of these signs smashed. On entering the room our initial thought "eww, what's that smell?". Faults, too many to mention... but a few are as follows; damp patch on ceiling (presumably bodily fluids from corpse in room above), electric wiring hanging out of wall, furniture falling apart, paint peeling of walls in bathroom, holes in walls, wall lamp above bed in danger of falling on head, and oh yes, not forgetting 'that smell!' It is safe to say, that the Miramar's only redeeming feature was the cooked breakfast. Excellent. Finally, the Miramar has character...... but so did Hitler. P.S. forgot to mention, that to say the area was rough, is a gross understatement. A mixture of Beirut, the Gaza strip and the near/middle east generally. Stay here at your peril. Don't say you haven't been warned!
We had two rooms for my sister and I. They were clean, comfortable and quiet. Breakfast was first class.
The hotel in general is in need of a facelift. The entrance to reception needs painting and looks dirty, it gives a poor first impression.
The food was very good, the service was good, the bed was very comfortable, and all staff was very helpful
nothing it was all good.
Good traditional breakfast with unlimited tea and coffee. It was freshly cooked and hot and a good size. Waitress was cheerful and helpful.
friendly staff upgraded to cottage, but not told why, cottage felt a bit creepy i would of prefered to of stayed in the pub
rushed, not properly shown round. beds not made up. no cutlery. not seeing anyone else, no atmosphere.
Nothing at all
This Hotel is the worst Hotel that We have ever booked ...The outside was dirty and the standard of the room so poor that we got up early next morning without a wash or breakfast because the Shower had no light inside ...the sink had no plug or hot water and the curtains had marks on them ....worst of all the noise was awful and the Hotel was in need of a facelift especially on the outside .
Proximity excellent for rail travel. Full English breakfast good.
To my mind this is not a hotel but a pub in a working class area. The weather was unusually cold for this time of year(late August) but there was no heating in the room. There was no window but a glass panel door,the top of which opened like a window,leading straight into a yard giving the guest a feeling of insecurity. I was constrained to report to the breakfast room well before 8.30 so that it could be locked up dead on 9am.
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