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Steve and Sandie Lamb welcome guests to Glancledan B&B. Built around 1700 originally as a coaching inn, Glancledan is now a grade2 listed building being one of the oldest houses in the village. Over the centuries it has succumbed to many uses and makeovers but the strong thick walls and many of the original features are still in evidence, thus providing a house with character yet giving the comfort of modern day living. Rooms are spacious and are equipped with En-suite shower room, colour TV, hospitality tray, chiller cabinet. A great deal of care and thought is given to our menu and where possible the food is sourced locally before being freshly prepared and cooked on the Aga. Away from the holiday crowds where the natural coast of Cardigan Bay entwines with the surrounding countryside is the historic village of Llanon. Situated 11 miles south of Aberyswyth and 5 miles north of Aberaeron on the A487 trunk road, it is an idea base for exploring Mid Wales at any time of the year.
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