This semi-detached Ferryside holiday cottage is located in the heart of this pretty seaside village, tucked away from the main through-road in a quiet residential square.
The owners have furnished and decorated this cosy Ferryside cottage with a seaside and fun theme which adds to its charm.
The sitting room with dining area has a light and sunny feel with the bright colours and seaside pictures almost beckoning you to leave and run down to the beach, but before you do, please explore the rest of this delightful Ferryside cottage.
The kitchen completes the ground floor at this cottage in Ferryside, then wander upstairs to the three decorative bedrooms, all with their own unique style.
A double and twin room are suitable for older ones and a pirate themed bunk room is perfect for the younger ones, plus there is also a spacious bathroom.
A small, enclosed courtyard at the rear of your cottage near Carmarthen offers the chance to sit in seclusion, whilst enjoying a quiet cuppa or relaxing read.
Stroll down to the beach at any time of year, whether on sunny days to make sandcastles or on windy winter days to blow away the cobwebs and let any dogs with you have a good run.
The days out along this spectacular coastline are varied and endless, either by car or by train.
Guests can enjoy cycle trails, coast path walks, explore nearby castles, take a steam railway ride or just relax on the beach.
From this delightful seaside cottage you will be spoilt for choice.
About the location
Carmarthen 10 miles.
Ferryside is a pretty coastal village with a wonderful sandy beach, a general store, cafe, Post Office and pub. Regular trains stop in the village offering easy travel to Carmarthen, Pembrey or Llanelli and many more attractions further afield. Carmarthen is a busy market town with a variety of shops, tea rooms, restaurants and pubs. A visit to Pembrey Country Park, with its sandy beach, toboggan run and dry ski slope, is a great day out for all the family, as is a day at Merlin's Hill Centre, shrouded in mystery and rich in wildlife. There are castles, craft centres and mills galore, all in easy reach, whilst a visit to Laugharne to see Dylan Thomas' Boat House, or a day out at Oakwood Theme Park or Folly Farm, are a must. With walks from the doorstep and the cycle trail at the Millennium Coastal Path close by, this is as perfect a base for a relaxing or an active holiday as you would wish.