The Mill at Glynhir

Bankyfelin, Llandybie, Ammanford, Carmarthenshire, SA18 2TE

The Mill at Gynhir Bed and Breakfast, Ammanford was originally a 17th Century Water Driven Corn Mill. Ruins which form part of a foundry that supposedly made swords for the French revolution can be found in the grounds.

The Mill and the foundry were once part of the Glynhir Estate which was owned by the Du Buissons who originated from France.

The short approach to The Mill is called bancyfelin (banc-y-felin) which translates to The Mill on the Hill and the word Glynhir (Glyn-Hir) translates to long valley.

The Mill is a family run bed and breakfast set in its own secluded landscape, offering peace and tranquillity away from any main roads. It makes for an ideal base for sightseeing or activity holidays or just for a quiet break.
The Mill at Glynhir is situated in three acres at the foot of The Black Mountain bordering The Brecon Beacons National Park.

Located 15 miles north of Swansea and only 15 minutes off the end of the M4.
Accommodation Amenities
  • Parking
  • WiFi

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