Accessible places to stay in West Wales
West Wales is accessible to all visitors. There's a huge selection of disabled-friendly places to stay, including secluded country cottages, boutique B&Bs and smart contemporary hotels suitable for wheelchair users and those with limited mobility. Whatever you're looking to do in West Wales, you'll find accommodation to suit every visitor.
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Accessible cottages in West Wales
Ash Tree Lodge and Stangwrach Cottage
Llanfynydd, Carmarthenshire SA32 7TG
- Ground floor bedrooms and accessible bathrooms in each cottage
Located close to Carmarthen, this pair of self-catering cottages have been specially designed for accessible holidays. Ash Tree Lodge sleeps up to eight guests and Stangwrach Cottage sleeps up to six, though larger groups can book both together. Each cottage has an accessible bedroom and wet room on the ground floor, suitable for wheelchair users and those with limited mobility. Visit the Stangwrach Holiday Cottages website for further details.
Tretio Cottages, West Farm, Tretio, St Davids, Pembrokeshire SA62 6DE
- Ground floor bedroom with wheelchair accessible wet room
Located close to the magical mini city of St Davids, Tretio Cottages' accessible Ysgubor sleeps four guests. There's easy ramp access into the property and wide doors throughout, pus a ground floor bedroom and accessible bathroom with grab rails and wheelchair accessible shower. Visit the Tretio Cottages website for further information.
Blaen Cedi Holiday Cottages
Blue Anchor, Penclawdd, Swansea SA4 3LX
- Lancelot’s Stable cottage suitable for wheelchair users
Self-catering Blaen Cedi Holiday Cottages sit in a pretty spot in beautiful North Gower. Sleeping 2-4 people in an en-suite double room and pull out sofa bed, single level Lancelot’s Stable is perfect for wheelchair users. There is easy access throughout the cottage and to the patio, where you can enjoy lovely views over the fields towards the sea. Head to the Blaen Cedi Holiday Cottages website for more information.
Accessible hotels and B&Bs in West Wales
Twr y Felin
Caerfai Road, St Davids, Pembrokeshire SA62 6QT
- Adapted bedroom with accessible wet room
- Gardens and communal areas accessible to wheelchair users and those with limited mobility
- Assistance dogs welcome
Twr y Felin is a former windmill and Wales' first contemporary art hotel. Located in Britain's smallest city, St Davids, it features stylish design throughout and is home to over 100 pieces of specially commissioned art. The adapted Porthclais room, situated on the ground floor, has a separate accessible wet room. The single level main hotel areas and gardens are accessible for wheelchair users and people with limited mobility. Find out more at the Twr y Felin website.
Ty'n Cellar Farm, Water Street, Margam SA13 2PD
- Ground floor bedroom with wheelchair-accessible bathroom
Originally a Grade II-listed barn, Ty’n Cellar has been sympathetically restored with historic materials into an award-winning B&B. There’s a downstairs bedroom with an adapted wet room, suitable for wheelchair users and visitors with limited mobility. The patio and parking area are also wheelchair-accessible. For full details visit the Ty'n Cellar website.
Stradey Park Hotel & Spa
Furnace, Llanelli, Carmarthenshire SA15 4HA
- Selection of bedrooms suitable for wheelchair users and guests with limited mobility
- Wheelchair accessible throughout
Part Edwardian and part modern Stradey Park Hotel & Spa – is a Llanelli landmark. On the ground floor, there are four bedrooms with en-suite walk-in shower rooms suitable for those with limited mobility, plus a four-berth interconnecting wheelchair-accessible suite (one double, one twin) with an adapted wet room. For more visit the Stradey Park Hotel website.
Rhosmaen, Llandeilo SA19 6NP
- Two accessible bedrooms with walk-in showers and grab rails
- Shower seat and toilet seat height adjusters available on request
- Full accessible ground-floor lounge, bar and public areas
Found in the stunning Towy Valley, boutique hotel The Plough offers two beautifully appointed disabled-friendly bedrooms with queen sized beds, stylish wet rooms and comfortable seating areas. One room also has a wheelchair-accessible balcony with lovely views over the surrounding countryside. Head to The Plough website for full details.
Canaston Bridge, Narberth, Pembrokeshire SA67 8DE
- All rooms on ground floor with accessible widened doors
- Two rooms feature wet rooms suitable for wheelchair users
Converted from a collection of traditional farm buildings close to cosmopolitan Narberth, Canaston Oaks is a dog-friendly, chic boutique B&B set in beautifully landscaped courtyard gardens. All ten en-suite bedrooms are on the ground floor and have widened doors, with two rooms offering luxurious, wheelchair-friendly wet rooms. Find out more at the Canaston Oaks website.
Llanerchindda Farm Guesthouse
Cynghordy, Llandovery, Carmarthenshire SA20 0NB
- One double-bedded adapted bedroom with shower room suitable for visitors with limited mobility
- One twin-bedded adapted bedroom with shower room suitable for wheelchair users
- Assistance dogs welcome
- Restaurant, lounge, bar and conservatory all on the level ground floor
Located in a secluded spot a few miles from the market town of Llandovery, Llanerchindda offers comfortable disabled-friendly accommodation in the heart of West Wales. Visitors will find plenty of accessible features throughout the property, including access to a large terrace with stunning views over the surrounding countryside. Visit the Llanerchindda Farm website for full details.