From the moment you set your eyes on this delightful Burry Port cottage, you will be delighted to have found such a gem for your holiday.
Set high above the town in a quiet location, yet within walking distance of the shops, pubs and beautiful harbour and beach, this superb Burry Port holiday cottage oozes charm and sophistication.
Step inside and discover the wonderful kitchen with its warming woodburner, range cooker and large dining table, which undoubtedly make this room the heart of this Burry Port holiday home.
Down a few steps you will discover the snug with another cosy woodburner offering a place to escape to when you want to relax and unwind in the glow of the roaring fire.
Across the hallway is the spacious sitting room, again with a woodburner, where all the family can watch TV or just sit and relax after great days out exploring the area or playing on the beach.
The four bedrooms in this Burry Port cottage are all exquisitely decorated and furnished, each with their own individual style, with the master bedroom boasting an en-suite shower room and a fantastic view to the sea, while the bathroom has a claw-footed bath and is beautifully decorated to offer a touch of luxury to your holiday.
Patio doors from the kitchen, and a door from the snug, lead onto a secluded and sheltered patio with stone steps leading up through a banked garden area which even has its own cave, a small hollowed out area in the rock, great for enjoying the garden views with a morning coffee.
Raised, enclosed, decked patios offer the most wonderful views over the town and to the sea where alfresco dining and BBQs will be an absolute must.
For the younger ones, the tiered lawned areas at the other side of the house provide plenty of space to play.
The sandy beach, harbour and Millennium Cycle Path are about a 15 minute walk from this Burry Port cottage, or you can take a trip to Pembrey Beach or the horse racing at nearby Ffos Las.
Shopping, cafes, restaurants, a cinema or theatre visit can all be found in Carmarthen, as can Merlin's Hill Centre and a steam railway ride.
Whatever the time of year and whatever age you are, this beautiful Burry Port holiday cottage makes a perfect base for exploring this part of South Wales, and you will want to return time and again.
Four bedrooms: 1 x king-size double, one double bedroom with en-suite shower, basin and WC), 2 x twin. Bathroom with bath, hand-held shower, basin, bidet and WC. Ground floor shower room with shower, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area and woodburner. Sitting room with woodburner. Snug with woodburner.
About the location
Llanelli 4 miles; Kidwelly 5 miles; Carmarthen 16 miles.
Burry Port is perfectly located on the beautiful South West Wales coastline and has a selection of shops, a Post Office, several pubs and restaurants. The golf club is renowned for offering all year round sport, no matter what the weather throws at you, and the sandy beach is equally delightful on hot summer, or wild stormy winter days. The harbour is a hive of activity, where you can sit and watch the fishermen return to shore with their fish laden boats. The Millennium Coastal Park with its 22kms of off road cycletrack runs along this beautiful coastline, allowing walkers and cyclists alike to discover one of the most scenic routes in Wales. For the shoppers in your party, Carmarthen is a vibrant shopping centre, with lots of main chain stores plus small, unique Welsh gift shops, lovely restaurants, tea rooms, pubs, a bowling alley and a cinema for film buffs. Llanelli offers a great range of out of town shopping, a modern cinema, a theatre and a leisure centre, as well as a Nicklaus-designed modern links golf course. For horse racing fans, the Ffos Las racecourse is open all year with many meetings and is fast becoming the best new racecourse in the UK. The lovely eight mile long Cefn Sidan beach is just over 2 miles away, one of the treasures of Pembrey Country Park. Motor enthusiasts can enjoy an extensive calendar of events at the nearby Pembrey Motor Sports Centre, whilst nature lovers will adore the National Wetlands Centre Wales at the eastern end of the Millennium Coastal Park.
Note: No stag/hen or similar.