This delightful, detached holiday cottage sits on the owners' working livestock farm, in the village of Ffarmers near Lampeter.
Overlooking glorious, sweeping countryside, this quaint Ffarmers cottage nestles in peaceful surroundings, and is perfect for a small family or a couple looking to explore this wonderful area of Wales.
The welcoming sitting room boasts a warming woodburner, offering a cosy refuge on cooler nights, and from here two steps lead down to a fitted kitchen and then to a single bedroom.
A novel spiral staircase offers access to the first floor of this charming Ffarmers cottage, where you will find two attractive bedrooms including a double benefiting from beautiful country views as well as a further single, plus a family shower room.
Outside this Ffarmers cottage is a patio with a lawned garden and furniture, a quiet spot to settle with friends and enjoy an alfresco feast, or a relaxing afternoon spent savouring the comforting, rural views whilst birds glide overhead.
From here you can access the external utility room, which houses a further shower room, perfect for washing away any sand should you decide upon a day trip to the seaside, just under an hours' drive from this rural cottage in Ffarmers.
Follow the walking and cycling trails from the doorstep of this Ffarmers cottage, enjoy a walk by the river on the owners' farm or venture a little further to discover the wonderful coastal paths and sandy beaches, the historic castles and mills, the market towns, steam railways or the Brecon Beacons, all are within easy reach.
An abundance of exciting adventures and enthralling attractions await you at this peaceful Ffarmers cottage.
Three bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x single, 1 x ground floor single. Shower room with shower, basin and WC. External utility with shower, basin and WC. Kitchen. Sitting room with dining area and woodburner.
About the location
Lampeter 6 miles; Llandovery 14 miles; Llandeilo 16 miles; Aberaeron 19 miles.
Ffarmers is a village near Lampeter, in the north of Carmarthenshire, Wales. It was named after the old Farmers' Arms public house, which is now a private residence. The village has a pub serving food and a small park with a children’s play area. Situated in unspoilt countryside, this little Welsh village is a quiet retreat and yet very close to an array of different attractions. Take leisurely country walks or cycle rides or visit the local market towns of Llandeilo and Lampeter, which is one of the smallest University towns in Wales offering a wide selection of small unique shops, tea rooms, pubs and restaurants. Drive out to the scenic coastline with its coastal path and superb sandy beaches or venture onto the water to spot some dolphins. A great location all year round for a varied holiday for all the family.