Pencader 2.6 miles.
A charming detached property situated within a wonderful area of Pencader.
Echoing a country feel throughout, with a touch of character, this location is perfect for families or friends to enjoy the open space.
Walking inside, you will arrive at a well-equipped utility room that lies adjacent to a comfortable double bedroom with a view of the garden landscape.
Leading through to an open plan living and dining area, the welcoming, and traditional features bring this room to life.
Followed by views of the countryside, French doors open out to a neatly placed patio, where you can be at one with the scenery.
Just off from this, sits a conservatory surrounded by stonewalls and a well-rounded backdrop, also hosting a table and chairs, perfect for breakfast time.
Sweeping over to a well-equipped kitchen, you will be able to prepare your favourite meals, and relax in the room of your choice.
Up the stairway, a family bathroom is elegantly finished to a high standard, and echoes a sense of quality.
This is neighboured by a double bedroom with a contrasting design, overlooked by views of the countryside.
Another traditional double bedroom is tied together by dark furnishings, with plenty of storage space, leading down to a twin bedroom carrying a delicate finish.
Outside of the property, a large garden and a pathway circle the area, intertwined with excellent greenery.
Further afield, the small village of Pencader has a lot to offer with peaceful views, high street stores, fine restaurants and traditional pubs.
A sophisticated retreat in a quiet and unique location.
About the location
Carmarthen 12 miles.
Pencader is a small village in the Welsh county of Carmarthenshire, just south-east of Llandysul and south-west of Llanybydder. It is a quiet village set in a west Wales valley with little more than 500 houses a shop, a fine fish and chip shop and two pubs. It hosts the site of an old castle, which is now a grassy Motte. Just 12 miles away the market town of Carmarthen offers a variety of large high street shops, unique local produce shops, pubs, cafes and restaurants, as well as a cinema and theatre. Visit Merlin's Hill Centre, steeped in history and shrouded in mystery, where legend has it that Merlin lies imprisoned inside the hill. With the famous Boat House of Dylan Thomas at Laugharne, the many castles and museums to explore, the wonderful sandy beaches of Carmarthen and Cardigan coastlines, National Botanic Gardens, the Wetland Centre or the famous Gwili Steam Railway all within a short drive makes this area a great base for a wonderful family holiday.