This spacious detached barn conversion has been lovingly converted from an old stone farm building on the edge of the owner’s courtyard and benefits from an on-site café and complimentary use of the spa facilities at the health club.
Situated on the outskirts of the small working village of Nantgaredig, it is close to the county town of Carmarthen, with its fabulous mix of old and new.
This is a perfect base for couples or a small family looking to enjoy the beautiful surrounding countryside, with a few extra on-site luxuries, yet being close to a busy town.
Set over one split-level floor, there are two spacious double bedrooms with a family bathroom.
The cosy open plan living area includes a compact kitchen, dining area and comfy seating where you can curl up and watch TV in the evening.
Outside, there is a spacious covered verandah where you can sit in the early morning sun with a cup of coffee, spotting a wide selection of birds, before enjoying a walk in the communal 10-acres of fields and see how many trees you can name in the arboretum.
The scenic arboretum is an ideal spot for a picnic.
Alternatively, you can walk across the courtyard to the cafe for your breakfast, before taking advantage of the health club facilities.
A half hour swim will soon burn that breakfast off!
The River Towy runs alongside the village and onto the county town of Carmarthen, considered to be the oldest town in Wales.
Here you will find a perfect mix of history alongside the modern high street shops, peppered with smaller independent retailers, a regular market and variety of cafes and restaurants.You are ideally placed to explore the nearby Brechfa Forest and the swathe of heathland stretching away over Llanllwni Mountain, perfect for long walks and fantastic cycling trails.
The National Botanic Garden of Wales is less than a ten minute drive, perfect for days out whatever the season.
The area offers numerous outdoor activities such as walking, cycling, fishing, golf and horse riding.
You are just ten miles from the riverside town of Llandeilo, known for its boutique style shops and stunning National Trust estate and deer park of Dinefwr, as well as being a gateway to the Brecon Beacons National Park.
Twenty miles away is Pembrey Country Park, which offers miles of sandy beaches, forest and parkland, conservation areas and activities such as skiing, horse riding and the thrill of tobogganing, making it an ideal destination for all the family.
For beach lovers the Pembrokeshire coast and its many beaches are also accessible.
This cottage is a perfect retreat, benefiting from the on-site facilities and is an ideal location to explore this beautiful area and all that it has to offer.