Please note - The cottage has 2 bedrooms, and sleeps 4. The timber pod, in the grounds, sleeps a further two guests sharing the facilities of the cottage.
This characterful detached cottage is in an idlyllic setting amongst the rolling Carmarthenshire countryside of the Tywi Valley, between the county town of Carmarthen and the charming, eclectic market town of Llandeilo. On a 14 acre smallholding, adjacent to the owner's home, it includes a timber pod about 80 metres away in the grounds which sleeps two guests (sharing the facilities of the cottage).
The cottage is set in beautiful countryside, along a very quiet lane, and is surrounded by woodland to explore and fields to roam. It's perfect for a romantic getaway or activity-filled family break.
Up to 3 dogs are welcome.
The cottage has been renovated to a very high standard whilst retaining its original character. Set in well-tended gardens, its private outdoor sitting area, with a log burning stove and barbecue, is an oasis of peace.
The open-plan kitchen, dining and living area is a welcoming space with slate flooring, open beams and a fabulous wood burner which you can relax by after days out exploring the area. The galley-style kitchen offers plenty of space for cooking, and is fully equipped, with a microwave, a fridge and a cooker with gas hob and electric oven. The sitting area has two armchairs and a comfy reclining 3-seater sofa, and a 32 inch freeview TV with selection of DVDs.
Adjacent is a utility room containing the freezer and washing machine.
The master bedroom, on the ground floor, has a double bed, sky lantern to see the stars at night, and French doors which open onto the garden.
A flight of paddle stairs lead up to the first floor mezzanine bedroom, which has two single beds and a fixed safety stairgate at the top of the stairs.
In the grounds, at about 80 metres from the cottage, is the camping pod which has a double bed, and a kitchenette with kettle, crockery and cutlery and a cool box. With underfloor heating the pod is cosy whatever the weather. Outside is a drinking water tap, a wood burner, and a bench from where you can enjoy wonderful views over the Tywi Valley to Dryslwyn Castle.
There is plenty to see and do locally. The National Botanic Garden of Wales, Aberglasney Gardens and Dryslwyn Castle are nearby. A little further afield is wonderful sandy beach and spectacular ruined castle of Llansteffan, and the picturesque seaside resort of Tenby and the popular theme park at Oakwood are also within easy reach for a day trip.
The property has its own water supply which comes from a spring. In the grounds there is an unfenced stream and pond.
The rental price includes unlimited supply of logs for the woodburners, heating, electricity, cooking gas and wifi internet access. Bed linen and towels are provided. A travel cot (please bring your own linen) and high chair can be provided on request.
Children are in for a treat – with a selection of outdoor games, pond dipping set and woodland teepee to play with.
Up to three dogs are welcome.
Last updated 9 September 2021
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