About Brynamman House

Welcome to Brynamman House Bed and Breakfast.

Brynamman House is an authentically restored riverside Georgian house built in 1838, standing in its own walled grounds in the centre of Brynaman village.  Designed by a local architect John Jones and mentioned in George Burrows "Wild Wales" , this historic house originally gave it's name to Brynamman village.  If you are looking for a bed and breakfast close to the Brecon Beacons National Park and the Gower, with friendly hosts then Brynaman House is for you.  We have exclusive en-suite doubles and single bedrooms offering tea and coffee making facilites, TV, hairdryer and laundry service upon request.

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We are not far from the historic market town of Carmarthen, centrally located for beautiful beaches and major attractions.

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