A secluded Vegetarian & Vegan Country Retreat, only 3 miles from the pristine Cardigan Bay coast. See our video.
A restored Georgian mansion offering quality accommodation nestled amongst acres of woodland and gardens, with idyllic views across the Welsh countryside. Green Tourism Gold Award, Vegetarian Society Approved.
You can stay with us B&B or hire the venue exclusively for small group holidays, family celebrations or weddings. Book yourself some well earned time out here at Over the Rainbow, where you can completely unwind and relax just watching the stars and listening to the silence.
“This is such an ‘other world’, a place to enjoy, relax, reflect absorb and wonder at. The house itself is worthy of a chapter of praise for its originality and sheer wow factor! So glad this place is here!
Rooms Five well appointed, sumptuous, centrally heated rooms: single, double and twin en-suites with décor influenced by female myths and legends from around the world. All have good quality mattresses; chunky bathrobes; tea and coffee facilities with a good selection of herbal teas, fair trade coffee, and a ‘midnight snack tuckshop’.
All guests also have access to a comfortable shared guest lounge with a woodburner, TV, DVD player, books and games. Free Wi-Fi available.
Catering Served in our spacious dining room warmed with a woodburner – we provide healthy home made vegetarian catering, breakfasts and evening meals; full catering for groups and workshops. Gluten-free and Vegan diets catered for. We reduce our food miles by growing much of our own vegetables on our land and in our polytunnel, and sourcing other supplies locally where possible.
“a veggie food heaven, disguised as a restored Georgian mansion in Cardigan Bay. Stay for a weekend and be treated to a meat free fry-up in the morning, explore the local coast during the day and come back to a three-course vegetarian meal in the evening” Buzz magazine May 2014.
|Women’s Writing Retreat with Victoria Villasenor: 2-8 July||23rd May 2017|
|Over the Rainbow vegan & vegetarian guesthouse joins the growing Green Key family||23rd May 2016|