Carmarthenshire County Council has congratulated a local B&B on reaching the final 25 of a national competition.Coedllys Country House B&B and Cottage
in Llangynin, St. Clears, was nominated for the AA's friendliest B & B in the UK and progressed to the finals.
Keith and Val Harber, of Coedllys, said: “We were delighted to get to the final 25. Sadly we did not win. A lovely lady in Yorkshire won. We tried very hard to do Carmarthenshire proud. We had a great time in London.”
Executive board member for regeneration and leisure Cllr Meryl Gravell said: “I’m delighted that Coedllys has done so well in the competition and hope Keith and Val go even further next year.
“Local businesses such as Coedllys have a vital role to play in bringing people into Carmarthenshire’s and strengthening the county’s economy.”
Coedllys has won the Best B&B in Carmarthenshire Award 2011/12, received a Visit Wales GOLD Award putting it in the Top Three Per Cent of accommodations in Wales, been AA Highly Commended putting it in the Top 10 per cent of accommodation in the UK, and has also had AA Guest Accommodation of the Year, Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence, Visit Wales 5 Star, AA 5 Star, and a Bringing Tourism to Wales Award.”