The Falcondale hotel and 2AA rosette restaurant (awarded for 6 consecutive years) located near the University town of Lampeter, now known as Univeristy of Wales Trinity Saint David. Only 30 minutes from the coastal villages of Cardigan Bay and hilly, marshy regions of the Cambrian Mountains. A wealth of walking, cycling, fishing in the Teifi River, and open gardens are within easy reach of this central location in Mid Wales.
Visit Wales has awarded The Falcondale a Gold Standard Award in 2013 for their "outstanding quality, exceptional comfort and hospitality".
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|Guest Rooms: All rooms are furnished to a high standard and vary in colour, décor and ambience. You can curl-up in the Egyptian cotton bed linen with a pot of tea or a cafetiere of coffee in front of a flat screen TV watching a DVD. Or luxuriate in the bath with complimentary amenities before drying off with warm fluffy towels and cuddling into a Falcondale bathrobe.
|Location: Falcondale can be found 1mile outside of Lampeter town centre, visit our how to find us page for directions. The town was established as a market borough in medieval times and has been the focus of the farming community in the area to this day. In 2001 the population was 2,921, which makes Lampeter a small town. However this can swell by 1,500 students during term time.|
Lampeter has its own University - St. David's college was established in 1822 and after Oxford and Cambridge is the oldest degree awarding institution in England and Wales.
It is still possible to enjoy the ambience of a largely unspoilt Welsh market town in Lampeter and take advantage of the many unique shops that you would not find elsewhere.
The county of Ceredigion is part of the older county of Dyfed, which also included Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire. Lampeter is located on the edge of Ceredigion that borders with Carmarthenshire. The county of Ceredigion reaches as far north as Aberystwyth and has the beautiful coastal area of Cardigan Bay to the West and the mountainous regions of Powys to the East.
|Restaurants: Dining at the Falcondale offers serious and stylish luxury without pretention. A relaxed award-winning restaurant offering the best of seasonal local produce with a well stocked wine list to compliment.|
The restaurant has been awarded 2AA rosettes for 6 years running (pictured opposite) and has a reputation for excellence with food lovers who return to savour the inspiring menus and use of local produce. Low food miles are an integral and important feature of the menus including herbs and salad greens from our own kitchen garden.