This superbly presented holiday cottage has been created from the end section of a large L-shaped barn, just one of five properties within the conversion in the small scattered village of Llanarthney.
Beams in both bedrooms and exposed stone walls in the sitting room give this Carmarthenshire cottage character and charm, while large picture windows in the kitchen and sitting room flood the living areas with light, and offer wonderful views over the surrounding countryside.
The double bedrooms at this Llanarthney cottage both boast en-suite facilities, one with a bath, perfect for soothing weary limbs after a day out exploring this interesting area.
The rear garden at this lovely cottage boasts exceptional countryside views, and on a sunny day, you can sit out together and dine alfresco with a glass of wine - a great way to spend the evening.
With great walking and cycling from the doorstep, it's easy to make the most of this lovely countryside location.
Explore The National Botanic Garden of Wales, visit the county town of Carmarthen and enjoy shopping in some of the major stores, as well as discovering a number of smaller independent shops, taste good home produced foods, take a steam railway ride or venture to the coast for the golden sandy beaches.
Visit one of the many castles or mills the area has to offer, and then return to this delightful Llanarthney holiday cottage to recharge your batteries.
A perfect Carmarthen base, all year round.
Two bedrooms: 1 x double with en-suite bath, basin and WC, 1 x double with en-suite shower, basin and WC. Kitchen. Utility. Sitting room with dining area.
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About the location
Llandeilo 7 miles; Carmarthen 8 miles.
Llanarthney is a small village on the B4300, and is home to a lovely pub serving food, an artisan café with delicatessen and The National Botanical Garden of Wales. The garden features Europe’s largest single-span glasshouse containing tropical plants from all over the world. As well as this wonderful garden, there is much to see and do in the surrounding areas including the Gwili Steam Railway, Aberglasney House and Gardens, the National Trust attractions of Dinefwr Castle and Country Park, Dolaucothi Gold Mines and Paxton’s Tower. The scenic Brecon Beacons, the Carmarthenshire coastline, Pembrokeshire Coast Path and the sandy beaches of the Gower Peninsula are all nearby.