Win an overnight stay for two

by Webmaster, 13th September 2019

At award-winning luxury B&B Penbontbren in Ceredigion

This month, Welsh Coastal Life readers also have the chance to win an overnight stay for two in a beautiful luxury suite at Penbontbren Bed and Breakfast in Ceredigion, worth £135.

Nestling within 32 acres of well-kept grounds, Pentbontbren is surrounded by stunning Welsh countryside, making it a peaceful and tranquil place where you can relax and unwind.

Located near the small village of Glynarthen in Ceredigion, nine miles from Cardigan and just a short drive from the renowned beaches of Aberporth and Tresaith, there’s plenty to see and do in the local area (for some inspiration, check out our special In and Around Cardigan feature on p.47).

Inside, Penbontbren boasts five plushly-decorated bed and breakfast suites, each with a spacious sitting room, kingsize bed, and their own private garden. In the mornings, guests also get a choice of substantial Welsh breakfasts chock full of locally-sourced treats to help set them up for the day.

Q: Which of the following is a popular reason to visit nearby Tresaith beach?

A: A permanent bouncy castle  B: A roller coaster that heads through the waves  C: A waterfall that drops from the cliff

To enter, email the answer along with your name, address and telephone number to: penbontbren@borderpublishing.com

Penbontbren, Glynarthen, Llandysul, Ceredigion SA44 6PE. Tel: 01239 810248. For more information about the bed and breakfast, and to book a stay, visit www.penbontbren.com


T&Cs: One winner will receive an overnight stay for two, with breakfast included, in a luxury suite at Penbontbren in Llandysul, Ceredigion, worth approx £135. Competition closing date 1st November 2019. Prize valid until 1st March 2020 (excludes Christmas, New Year and bank holidays). Subject to availability. No cash alternative. Usual competition rules apply. Max one entry per person. The editor’s decision is final.


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