Clears 3 miles.
This immaculately-presented St. Clears holiday cottage has been lovingly created from a barn conversion and retains stone walls and wonderful high apex ceilings with open beams, and boasts oak flooring and furnishings throughout.
This Carmarthen barn conversion blends wonderful character features with all the modern amenities to offer one of the best holiday cottages in the area, with lovely countryside views.
The split-level living accommodation gives a unique character, and has a tremendously spacious feel with its high, open-beamed ceiling and strengthened glass divide in the sitting room on the higher level overlooking the dining area.
Two short flights of oak stairs lead up to the sitting area and down to the two delightful bedrooms and the family bathroom to complete the accommodation.
Sunny spots on the private patio areas entice outdoor eating, and a wonderful woodland walk through the owner's woods is an absolute delight.
Perfectly located to enjoy all that Pembrokeshire and Carmarthenshire have to offer, this St. Clears cottage is perfect to enjoy sandy beaches, the famous Wales Coast Path, cycling, golf, historic castles, Dylan Thomas' famous boathouse in Laugharne, the seaside resort of Tenby and so much more.
There is so much to see and do in this area, before returning to this superb St. Clears holiday cottage for a relaxing evening.
All year round, this St. Clears holiday cottage is the perfect choice for a family holiday.
Note: This property is 40 yards from Refs. 29479, 917726 and 917830 and together they sleep 24.
Over lower ground and split-level ground floor. Two lower ground floor bedrooms: 1 x king-size double, 1 x double. Lower ground floor bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Open plan split-level living area with kitchen and dining area on the ground floor level and short flight of steps up to sitting area with woodburner on higher level.
About the location
Carmarthen 10 miles.
St. Clears is a small town set inland between Carmarthen and the coastal resorts of the Pembrokeshire coast. Great for exploring the South Wales coastline, the area is ideal for walkers, cyclists, and explorers alike. St. Clears hosts a variety of festivals and carnivals throughout the year, and has a number of shops, pubs and eateries, and the mound of the 12th century St. Clears Castle can still be seen. Within a short drive of St. Clears are Folly Farm, Oakwood Theme Park and the Heron's Brook Golfing and Fishing Centre. Visit Tenby, Laugharne Castle, the Dylan Thomas Boathouse and the renowned Botanic and Aberglasney Gardens. In all directions there is easy access to stunning scenery including the Preselli Mountains, the Pembrokeshire coastal path, Gower Peninsula, and the Brecon Beacons. A wonderful base for exploring South Wales, with something for everyone!