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Blaendyffryn Fach


Holiday Cottage, Pencader

Sleeps 4, 2 bedrooms
£250 to £500 per week
  • Woodburner
  • Wifi
  • No smoking
  • Pets welcome
  • Child friendly

Set in the wonderful countryside of Carmarthenshire, Blaendyffryn Fach has been converted from a stone barn to make a comfortable and well equipped holiday cottage.

In a peaceful setting, the cottage has lovely views of Llanllwni Mountain, and is less than a mile from the village of Llanllwni where there's a shop and a pub serving good food, including take-aways, and real ales.

Wifi is provided.

Equipped with a wood burner and gas central heating, it's cosy all year round. For entertainment there's broadband, television, dvd player and a radio/cd sound system.

The kitchen is comprehensively equipped, and includes a microwave and dishwasher. There's also a washing machine and tumble dryer.

There are two bedrooms - a double and a twin - both with views of the surrounding countryside, and a bathroom with a shower over the bath.

The cottage stands in its own enclosed garden with a patio area and barbecue

There is plenty to do nearby. The Brechfa Forest mountain biking trails are 4 miles away, and the rivers Cothi and Tywi offer good sport for the angler. Around half an hour away by car is the unspoilt West Wales coastline, offering bracing walks along the coastal footpath and sandy beaches where you can take a picnic.


Blaendyffryn Fach

Holiday Cottage at:

Carmarthenshire SA39 9EB

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  • Snowy and Hilary Wilson
  • Llanllwni
    Carmarthenshire SA39 9EB
  • Listed since February 2004
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