A Victorian end-terrace character cottage in the market town of Whitland, 15 miles from Carmarthen in South Wales.
Combining original character features with modern facilities and situated within walking distance of local amenities, including the village's train station, makes this a great place for a get-together with families or groups of friends.
When entering the cottage, you will arrive in the open plan spacious sitting room with plenty of comfy sofas and a good-sized dining table and chairs, making a wonderful social space to relax after a full day out and about.
The kitchen has everything needed for some lovely home-cooked meals.
Upstairs are three comfy bedrooms all with wall-mounted TVs and a family shower room to take advantage of.
To the outside is a small enclosed patio area to the front.
French doors from the sitting room lead to a large enclosed courtyard with furniture and lighting to enjoy some alfresco dining or even just a relax with a glass of something chilled.
A short walk takes you into the market town of Whitland which has an array of little shops, pubs, eating places and the Hywel Dda Gardens and Interpretive Centre, with 6 delightful gardens to explore.
Nearby, Narbeth is well worth a visit with its traditional Welsh shops and independent boutiques brimming with local art, crafts, fine food and antiques.
The walkers in your party will be spoilt for choice with the Preseli Hills nearby and the renowned Pembrokeshire Coast Path easily reached nearby.
The sandy beaches of Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire beckon for lazy days in summer.
For those who enjoy more adventurous days, why not visit one of the many theme parks, including Blue Lagoon, Heatherton, Oakwood, Folly Farm and also Manor House Wildlife Park for something different.
Further afield are the towns of Saundersfoot and Tenby for a typical day at the seaside.
Whatever you decide to do, your cottage is an ideal place for a wonderful holiday at any time of the year.
About the location
Narberth 6.6 miles; Carmarthen 15 miles.
Whitland is a small market town lying on the River Tâf, 15 miles from Carmarthen. The small centre has an array of little shops, pubs, a train station, eating places and the Hywel Dda Gardens and Interpretive Centre, with 6 delightful gardens to explore. Nearby, a visit to the beautiful town of Narberth, with its colourful Georgian houses, plentiful shops, bars, bistros and restaurants will not disappoint. A trip to Carmarthen offers more shops, restaurants, tea rooms, a cinema and the pretty steam railway ride or a visit to the mysterious Merlin's Centre. The walkers in your party will be spoilt for choice with the Preseli Hills nearby and the renowned Pembrokeshire Coast Path easily reached nearby. The sandy beaches of Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire beckon for lazy days in summer and brisk walks in winter while the Heatherton Park, the wonderful Welsh Zoo as seen on TV, Folly Farm and many more are perfect for family fun days out. With so much to see and do, one visit to this great location just may not be enough.