Llanllwni 2.5 miles. A pair of semi-detached former farm buildings offering welcoming and cosy accommodation, set on the owner’s smallholding and surrounded by working farmland. These delightful properties are in a small valley down a farm lane, yet close to the popular village of Llanllwni and only 16.5 miles from the county town of Carmarthenshire. This lovely pair of holiday cottages have been transformed from original farm buildings, and individually furnished with comfort in mind. Both have split-level accommodation with well-equipped kitchens, dining areas, comfy sofas and seating, as well as solar panels and eco-friendly ground source underfloor heating. With shared access to a washing machine and a tumble dryer in a small laundry area, there’s no need to worry about getting hands on with nature and exploring as much of this rural countryside on foot as possible! As well as enjoying a communal lawn at the front of the properties with spectacular views, and the freedom to meander around the owner’s smallholding, each property also has its own small, but private, courtyard to the rear, fully enclosed with seating. These rural Mid Wales cottages benefit from being surrounded by glorious Ceredigion countryside in the west of Wales, which undulates across the country to the beautiful Cardigan Bay and with the National Cycle Route 82 running through there is no excuse not to explore it. The town of Llandysul is five and a half miles away, with everyday shopping as well as various local producers. A short drive and you will be in at Cardigan Bay, where numerous bays with sandy beaches and the popular Ceredigion Coast Path stretch in both directions. Nearby is the moorland-topped Llanllwni Mountain, with fantastic walks along the top. The mountain is bordered by the popular Brechfa Forest, which boasts fantastic scenery and numerous outdoor pursuits, giving you plenty of choice when planning your fabulous days out in West Wales. A perfect pair of countryside cottages, ideal for family, friends or small groups looking to get away in pretty, rural Mid Wales countryside, with the coast and stunning sandy beaches and National Trust properties just a short drive away.
A former farm building converted into a semi-detached, split level cottage near Llanllwni Mountain, surrounded by undulating countryside in Mid Wales.
There is a shower room on the lower ground floor, adjacent to a sitting room with a dining area, and a dog-leg stairway leads up a few steps to the upper ground floor kitchen, which in turn leads out to an enclosed courtyard garden.
Upstairs, there is a comfortable double bedroom, a single bedroom and a separate basin and WC, making this a quirky, cosy get-away for three.
Outside, sit and soak up the sounds of the countryside in your private, enclosed courtyard to the back, or let the kids and your four-legged friend stretch their legs on the shared lawn at the front.
A wonderful getaway for couples and small families visiting Mid Wales.
Note: This cottage is attached to Ref. 955181, together they sleep 9.
Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x single. First floor basin and WC. Lower ground floor shower room with basin. Upper ground floor kitchen. Lower ground floor sitting room ( with sofa bed ) with dining area
- Ground source underfloor heating and solar panels
- Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, shared use of washing machine and tumble dryer, TV with Freeview, DVD, WiFi
- Fuel and power inc. in rent
- Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
- Off road parking for 3 cars
- Rear enclosed courtyard with furniture, plus front lawned communal garden
- One well-behaved dog welcome
- Sorry, no smoking
- Shop and pub 2.5 miles
- Note: There are 5 tread stairs between the lower and upper ground floor levels and a ½ tread to the floor level of the kitchen.
About the location
Llanybydder 4 miles; Llandysul 5.5 miles; Newcastle Emlyn 13 miles; New Quay 15 miles; Aberaeron 22 miles.
Llanllwni is a small village community in Carmarthenshire, on the main Carmarthen to Lampeter road. Set on the edge of the Llanllwni Mountain, with stunning heathland and a large area of common land home to grazing ponies, the area enjoys fantastic views across Carmarthenshire, sloping down into the Brechfa Forest and Cothi River valley. With such a wide expanse of countryside surrounding the village, there are a myriad of outdoor activities for you to pursue and enjoy whilst staying in this region. This area is also particularly ideal for cyclists as the National Cycle Route 82 runs through the area opening up miles of countryside. Spend an afternoon exploring the popular market town of Llandysul on the River Teifi, or further afield, 17 miles to the south, the county town of Carmarthen is the oldest town in Wales and popular with tourists to the area. New Quay is just a short drive away and dolphin spotting is a popular pastime here. When the sun shines, you can even pack a picnic for the day and venture west to Ceredigion Bay, which stretches for miles up and down Wales’ west coastline, with plenty of long sandy beaches to enjoy. A wonderful, central holiday base for a trip to Wales.
This property offers the following short breaks:
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