- Off road parking
- Garden / Patio
- Pub/shop < 1 mile
- Washing machine
- Broadband / WiFi
Reviews & Ratings
6 Customer Reviews
"Lovely house, lovely decor and soft furnishings."
The conservatory was an a real bonus with such stunning views over the gower and beyond! The garden was secure, my pooch loved sniffing around. The whole place felt so homely, and most importantly for me, very pet-friendly ( which rentals often say they are, but definitely aren't).
We’re so glad you enjoyed your stay and found everything so homely. We love it there (as does our dog!!) and glad you did too! Wishing you a very Happy Christmas and perhaps we’ll see you again in the New Year Property Owner
"Great house loved the sun lounge boy what a view would stay again, off road parking a plus,"
Hello and thanks for your review. We’re delighted you enjoyed your stay, sun lounge, off road parking etc. we look forward to welcoming you again sometime. We noticed you’ve scored us 75% on accuracy of listing and facilities - could you explain why this is your opinion, we’d be really interested to know. Thanks very much again for taking the time to submit a review Property Owner
"Great comfortable holiday let by the sea, wonderful area for exploring, visited lots of local."
Attractions , the castle, country park , beach walks , soft play area in Llanelli , wetlands and leisure centre . House was warm.and cosy , games , CDs , had a super half term.week celebrating Halloween. Thank you
Thank you very much for your ‘spook-tacular’ review!!!! We’re really grateful for your feedback and glad you enjoyed our little house and so many things the area has to offer. We love it there, and glad you did too!! Maybe see you again another time? All the very best Kind regards Sue and Chris Property Owner
"Very nice house, outlook from the back was very good you can see a long way when the weather is ok."
A decent pair of binoculars is a must to watch the cockle fishermen on the sand banks when the tide is going out. The Gower is visible from the house and a good place to visit. Berry Port beach is ideal for dog walking, parking by the Lifeboat Station. the shops in BP are handy. A little further west is Pembury Country Park which has quite a few different activity's going on some you will have to book in advance, and even a miniature railway run by the Llanelli Model Engineers Check there website for running times.
Thanks for your lovely review and glad you had such a great time. It sounds like you made the most of your visit and found quite a few of the local attractions- there are many, many more to visit …. Maybe next time?? Property Owner
"Our only problem found, (possibly as an elderly couple) was lack of space around the beds."
After our son and grandson left us on Sunday night we slept in separate bedrooms. Every thing else was just perfect including double handrails on stairway and a toilet both upstairs and down. The holiday was based around a miniature railway rally in Pembrey Country Park and the rest of the week just flew away on local visits. Could do it all again next year!
"3 stars was mainly down to the weather."
We had a week of wind and rain. The house was basic, but warm and comfortable. Excellent WiFi and good TV. Very dog friendly garden and lovely beaches. Bedrooms were small; just big enough for the beds; no other furniture except in one. Unusually there was no welcome pack, just a basket with crumbs in it! Very handy to have a downstairs lobby with WC. Lovely bright, warm conservatory with extras for the dogs.
Thank you for your review-we appreciate your thoughts We were really surprised to receive a rating for our house based on the weather -the weather is very changeable in Wales - indeed, all of the UK has been unpredictable this year. We feel the house is accurately represented in the photos provided, including the bedrooms. Re welcome pack, we do not mention or promise this. We hope you will return again in some nicer weather - perhaps try a break in the summertime? Thanks again Sue and Chris Property Owner
- Three bedrooms: 2 x double, 1 x twin
- Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC
- Downstairs WC
- Sitting room with electric fire
- Gas central heating
- Gas oven and hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine
- Smart TV and WiFi
- Fuel and power inc. in rent
- Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
- Off-road parking for 2 cars
- Patio and lawned garden
- Two well-behaved dogs welcome
- Sorry, no smoking
- Shop 0.7 miles, pub 0.2 miles
Resting in the coastal village of Pwll, a quaint settlement gazing out upon the tranquil stretch of the River Loughor in Carmarthenshire lies the charming, three-bedroom holiday home of 3 Aelybryn.
Featuring off-road parking for two cars out front, a collection of well-presented interiors, and a superb location close to nearby amenities, this delightful property welcomes a family or group of five for a refreshing escape to the beautiful South Wales coastline.
Step into your new home wherein you’ll find an array of well-appointed living spaces, including a fully-equipped kitchen complete with all the appliances the designated chef will need to prepare a tasty, home-cooked dinner.
Savour your meals around the dining table in the conservatory whilst you look out upon beautiful views of the nearby Loughor estuary before it meets Carmarthen Bay, you can then retreat to the sitting room to indulge in a movie marathon on the Smart TV as the evening draws to a close.
When sleep inevitably calls, head upstairs to refresh with a rejuvenating bath or shower on your way to settling in for a much-needed rest in one of the three inviting bedrooms.
If you can tear yourself from your lovely new dwelling, head out on foot to explore your local area.
In Pwll, you will find the Pwll Stores that sells homely essentials, along with the Colliers Pwll and the Blue Anchor if pub grub is what you’re craving.
You can enjoy a spot of tea and hearty breakfast at the Pavilion Café before you embark on a walk along the scenic Millennium Coastal Path.
If you’re up to the challenge, follow the path east along the coast into the neighbouring market town of Llanelli, where you can spend time roaming the serene spot of the Gorsedd Circle, meander around the Parc Arfordir Mileniwm Millennium Coastal Park, brush up on history at the Parc Howard Museum, or experience avian wildlife up close at the WWT Llanelli Wetland Centre.
All of this and so much more awaits when you book a stay at 3 Aelybryn.
Note: This property has a Good Housekeeping bond of £350.
About the location
Llanelli 2.6 miles; Carmarthen 16.9 miles
This small coastal village is nestled between the traditional mining town of Llanelli and idyllic Burry Port, on the South West Wales coastline. It boasts an elevated position rising away from the coast, giving you views of the Gower Peninsula, and it is also home to the Amelia Earhart Plaque, which commemorates the first woman to fly across the Atlantic Ocean, who landed in the estuary near Pwll in June 1928. The village also has a local shop, pet shop and Post Office, as well as a few pubs. Venture over to the bustling harbour at Burry Port and watch the fishermen return to shore with their boats brimming with fish, or pay a visit to the 8-mile long Cefn Sidan beach and 550 acres of lush woodland at Pembrey Country Park. Walkers and cyclists can discover one of the most scenic routes in Wales along the Millennium Coastal Path, and for all kinds of sports, Llanelli is the ideal location. You can watch rugby matches, try a spot of racing at the Pembrey Circuit and try out a series of golf courses, while Carmarthen, which is easily accessed by car, offers plenty for the shopping enthusiast. Visit Carmarthen Castle to brush up on your history of the area or choose to uncover many Welsh exhibits in the Carmarthenshire County Museum, and enjoy a picturesque train journey on the Gwili Steam Railway. With so much to see and do in this beautiful part of Wales, where better to stay on your next UK holiday?
This property offers the following short breaks:
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