Llangadog 2.5 miles.
This beautiful detached 1700 century cottage is situated on an elevated hillside commanding outstanding views over the glorious Carmarthenshire countryside.
This delightful cottage has been lovingly renovated, retaining its original features yet maintaining a contemporary feel.
It is approached by a single stone track, bordered by hedgerows which are abundant with wildflowers.
Sardis Cottage is an ideal rural retreat for families and couples.
You enter the cottage into a spacious porch area which is perfect for kicking off those muddy boots and hanging up your coats after a busy day of exploring.
The well-equipped kitchen has been lovingly restored with oak units, granite worktops and quality appliances including an electric double oven and ceramic hob for preparing all your culinary delights.
There is a folding dining table in the kitchen with space for you all to enjoy a meal together.
Afterwards retire to the sitting room and relax in the comfortable seating in front of the warming woodburning stove and soak up the wondrous views through the French doors and full height window.
Also on the ground floor is the modern family bathroom.
Narrow stairs lead up to the two character bedrooms with exposed beams; a king size double and a twin.
Both bedrooms are well-appointed and boast countryside views.
On sunny days, throw open the French doors from the sitting room and step out onto the patio area where you can dine alfresco or sit and relax in the peaceful surroundings and enjoy the views.
The surrounding countryside is perfect for walkers and nature lovers a like, with a footpath and bridleway on the doorstep.
You will experience magical bird song and may even glimpse the local barn owls before dusk.
For the more energetic, a little further afield are the delights of the Brecon Beacons National Park including a walk up Pen y Fan which is not for the faint-hearted.
Browse around the quirky local boutiques and designer shops of Llandeilo, visit a local gold mine, or explore historic castles.
This is a wonderful property in a lovely position.
About the location
Llandeilo 6.6 miles; Carmarthen 21.8 miles; Brecon 26.8 miles.
Llangadog is a small village within Carmarthenshire ,Wales. Situated in the heart of the Towy Valley halfway between Llandeilo and Llandovery. The village is on the western edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park and is surrounded by stunning scenery,rolling hills andcountryside. The village is home to a selection of pubs, a renowned butcher , excellent Post Office and a well stocked shop. Surrounding villages include Myddfai, Capel Gwynfe and Bethlehem. Nearby Myddfai is famous for its “ Physicians” and their herbal remedies. Also the Myddfai visitor centre which provides lunches and local produce. Capel Gwynfe is home to a picturesque church dating back to the 1898 and is popular as a starting point for both cyclists and walkers, due to its close proximity to the Black Mountain. Bethlehem, to the south of Llangadog, is situated on a hillside and is home to an Iron Age hill fort, and is famous for its franking of Christmas cards with the Bethlehem postmark. Visits to the nearby medieval Dinefwr and Carreg Cennen Castles add to the charm. The gardens of Aberglasney and The National Botanical garden of Wales are a must, as are a wealth of beautiful sandy beaches and cliff walks ,which are all about an hour away.