I stayed here a few years ago during my first year at the university. What I remember best was the quiet,, the large comfortable bed, and the excellent, spacious kitchen facilities. The owner had stocked the fridge with milk, there was real coffee, good tea and best of all little packets of Bronte biscuits, my favourite. I heard that Peterwell House was no longer offering self catering, and that it was under new ownership. If that's true they have a hard act to follow. But judging from the recent reviews, the hotel is still the best in Lampeter.
5 out of 5 for this gorgeous b and b. Very warm welcome from Rebecca on our arrival. Amazing rooms both with flat screen tv and lovely tea/coffee making facilities, both ensuite. The rooms are spotless, we had the room with the biggest bed I have ever seen. Breakfast was amazing, such a wide choice, all locally sourced. We stayed as we were visiting my neice, who is studing at the University. Very peaceful and enjoyable visit, would highly recommend.
I am happy to highly recommend Peterwell House. Charming rooms which are nicely furnished and have good quality linen and towels. The breakfast was great and set us up well for the day - high quality, locally sourced porky products which were very tasty, all cooked to order with choice of eggs, etc. Lampeter is well placed for accessing many places of interest, we particularly enjoyed our walk over the Brecon Beacons. Many thanks to owners Becci & Steve for making us feel so welcome, we would love to return in the future!
We stayed in the self catering annexe for the graduation weekend. We had a very warm welcome on our arrival from the proprietor. There is ample free parking outside the annexe which is attached to the main guest house with lovely views overlooking the hills. Lampeter town with a good range of small local shops is only 7 minutes walk away so we were able to leave the car. The house has an interesting history and the annexe is charming and very clean throughout with a spacious double bedroom and tasteful furnishings and bedding. There was a good selection of towels and toileteries in the shower room. One adult family member also slept on the made up sofa bed in the sitting room. We all had a good night's sleep. The kitchen area is small but well stocked. The proprietor also gave us local advice on restaurants. We had brought coins for the electricity meter but did not need to use these. A lovely touring base for a couple (plus one). We would stay at the annexe again.…
This review is for the flat/ annexe. The beds were very comfortable; the flat clean and fresh; the owner very helpful (loaning a phone charger; advice on town & trips further afield) and friendly. A friendly, quiet, relaxing location with lovely views. Perfect for 2 people.