Burry Port 1 mile.
A cosy elevated, semi-detached cottage nestled into the hillside with views down the little wooded valley, and just a short trip to the town of Burry Port and the coastline, with the Millennium Coastal Path stretching in both directions.
This is the perfect base for families or friends looking to make the most of the picturesque coastline of South Wales and a selection of days out.
Set over two floors, there are two light and airy bedrooms on the first floor, plus the family bathroom.
A well-equipped galley-style kitchen with dining area leads out onto the decked veranda.
There is a lovely sitting room, split into two areas, providing a relaxing area to sit and watch the TV and a cosy snug area with warming woodburner, perfect for the children to watch TV whilst you sit and relax after a day’s adventures.
Outside, you can sit and eat breakfast on the enclosed spacious raised veranda that looks down the little wooded valley and enjoy a cup of tea and plan the activities for your day.
A small stream runs along the valley through to Burry Port and to the coastline of South Wales.
Burry Port’s sandy beach is popular with surfers and The Millennium Coastal Path runs through the harbour and into the Pembrey Country Park, home to sandy beaches, forestry, parkland and a wealth of family activities from golf, skiing and a miniature railway.
You are ideally placed to explore the fabulous Gower Peninsula of South Wales, with its sweeping sandy beaches, the iconic Worms Head at Rhossilli and The Mumbles both less than an hour’s drive away.
The Coastal Path of Wales sweeps in both directions with a myriad of footpaths and cycle trails and the nearby area offers watersports, golf and horse riding.
Why not spend a day at the races at Ffos Las?
Take a trip to the WWT Wetland Centre at Llanelli and feed the collection of rare birds or catch a game of rugby in Llanelli.
Slightly further afield all within an hour’s drive, take a trip to home of the literary iconic town of Laugharne, home of Dylan Thomas, or further along the coast visit the pretty harbour town of Tenby with its multi-coloured houses and nearby days out at Oakwood Theme Park or Folly Farm.
Close to bustling towns and villages, this cottage is perfect for friends and family looking to make the most of sandy beaches of the Gower and Pembrokeshire Coastline with a homely cottage to retreat to at the end of a fun-filled day.
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.