The Old Dairy as the name suggests, is a former cow byre with far reaching southerly views over the Carmarthenshire and South Pembrokeshire countryside.
This beautiful barn conversion, is three miles from the market town of Whitland, which has a mainline rail station and equi- distant between the County towns of Carmarthen and Haverfordwest.
Local amenities can be found in Llanboidy, village 1.5 miles away and Whitland.
Narberth, just over the border in Pembrokeshire is 8 miles, and has a range of boutique shops, delicatessen, excellent Butchers and Bakers and restaurants to suite all tastes.
Centrally and conveniently located, this stunning cosy retreat offers a wonderful, romantic and peaceful location for exploring the West Wales coastline, including the resorts of Tenby and Saundersfoot, to the South and Cardigan and St David’s to the north with numerous beaches in between.
The estuary town of Laugharne famous for the Poet, Dylan Thomas is a 10 minute drive.
The Old Dairy is spacious, with an open-plan living area enhanced by period features and exposed beams.
The L-shaped kitchen/dining area, is light and well equipped, and has all you will need for a comfortable stay with a range of high-quality appliances.
The Old Dairy is owned by an artist couple and is adorned with their paintings, drawings, and sculptures.
They offer painting and drawing tuition to guests in some of the areas unique unspoilt scenery for those who may want to combine some creativity in the holiday break!
Outside there is a terraced seating area with dry stone walls over looking a deep wooded valley called the Nant Colomendy, an ideal spot for having breakfast or for relaxing with a cool drink and barbeque in the evening.
Break away from everyday life with a stay at this bolt hole in Carmarthenshire, often dubbed the Garden of Wales, an ideal location for walking the local footpaths, the Preseli hills and the Pembrokeshire Coastal path and for visiting the Castles of the Landsker Line.
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.