Ultra-stylish boutique bedrooms with unique wallpapers, luxurious organic Abaca matresses and natural stone en-suites
"For sheer escapism, you can't beat this lovingly restored Edwardian townhouse in the Tywi Valley" – The Observer
"Llandeilo has become a favourite mini-break destination, thanks to its individual boutiques, delis, pubs and glorious countryside... Fronlas is the jewel in its crown" – The Independent
Wake up to a freshly cooked full Welsh or vegetarian breakfast made using quality organic local ingredients – and if you fancy a lie-in, a breakfast tray is available in your room
Walk to the boutiques and delis, Dinefwr Park and the Brecon Beacons or take a 10 minute drive to one of three ruined castles, Aberglasney Gardens or the National Botanic Garden
Take the train to Llandeilo and we can arrange cycle hire for you to tour the area
Fronlas is a small townhouse boutique hotel offering bed and breakfast accomodation. It is located on a quiet traditional terraced street in the market town of Llandeilo, on the western edge of the Brecon Beacons in south west Wales and offers the perfect base to explore the dramatic surrounding countryside.
The individually designed contemporary rooms are available from £65 per night for double occupancy, including a full organic breakfast. They all feature unique wallpapers, flat-screen televisions, DVD players, free Wi-Fi, and luxury Abaca Organic mattresses, with some rooms offering pleasant glimpses of the rolling hills of the Brecon Beacons. Fronlas features several eco technologies including 100% green electricity by Good Energy, underfloor heating and solar-assisted hot water, and the breakfast is made with the finest organic ingredients.
The tiny picturesque market town of Llandeilo towers above the Tywi valley on a prominent hill and consists of rows of colourful townhouses and independent boutiques and delis. The National Trust Dinefwr Park and the Brecon Beacons National Park are within walking distance whilst the National Botanic Garden of Wales, the lost garden of Aberglasney and three ancient castles, including Carreg Cennen, are just a few miles away.