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6 Erwr Brenhinoedd

(Ref. 1096957)

Llandybie, South Wales & Pembrokeshire Show on map


Sykes rating

  • 3 Guests

  • 2 Bedrooms

  • 1 Bathroom

  • Pets Yes


  • Off road parking
  • Garden / Patio
  • Pub/shop < 1 mile
  • Washing machine
  • Broadband / WiFi

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13 Customer Reviews

  • "This house was like a warm hug around us after a difficult few months."

    The location was brilliant with coop, charity shop, pharmacist , butchers and haitdressers with in 4 mins walk. Also a pack for our grandchildren which they enjoyed. There were a few things that needed maintenance but the owners sorted our immediately. Could do with egg cups and a bigger bed as we are both tall. The train station isn't uses a lot but even when in use it is quiet and doesn't disturb in any way. The house is very peaceful and restful to be in. We would stay again. Sally

    Reviewed by Sally4.4Sep 2023

  • "Nice homely accommodation to stay in."

    Would be nice if there was something to hang clothes in second bedroom. Also an information file regarding where to leave laundry, passcode for internet and what are the rules for recycling ect

    Reviewed by Christine5.0Sep 2023

  • "Quiet and relaxing stay"

    Reviewed by Helena5.0Aug 2023

  • "Whilst at the property I contacted Sykes to comment on the front door lock being loose, the front door being all scuffed and marked, how the grill was covered in grease, how there was mold in the shower and conservatory and generally how the property was in need of basic maintenance."

    Sykes replied dismissively saying the owner had been made aware which irked me as the issues couldn’t be missed and the owner would have been fully aware of these obvious issues prior to our arrival. Photos taken if required.

    Reviewed by Robert1.9Jun 2023

  • "We found the property to be generally clean, comfortable and well-equipped, but the grill pan was dirty on arrival and the chopping board was covered in crumbs, the conservatory blinds needed a good clean and we weren't impressed by the double bed mattress which we found very hot and skimpy sized, resulting in one of us sleeping in the single room."

    A clothes airer and/or washing line would be useful and a draining board rack.

    Reviewed by Janet3.4Jun 2023

  • "Property was clean and cosy, in a good location for exploring west Wales."

    Reviewed by Gwilym5.0Mar 2023

  • "The property was okay and we liked the quality of the furniture (comfortable sofas and bed) although the bed was squeaky."

    Fantastic private garden for dogs. The property has a private parking space (although under an archway at the rear of the house not easily accessible to the property and would suit smaller vehicles) Which we couldn't use due the size of our vehicle. Also the train station is extremely close (we stayed over the weekend and didn't hear many trains until Monday morning when we noticed the noise). The property is listed as a semi-detached and is actually an end terrace. The area is currently being extended and building works are on going which was irritating and not ideal. On the whole the property it's self has most of the things you will need for an adequate stay (we did have to soak and rewash pots and pans which we shouldn't have had to do, although that's probably down to the previous occupants). The overall cleanliness is good and the the property is acceptable (however just be careful when using the shower

    Reviewed by Simon3.1Mar 2023

  • "Lovely stay and excellent support provided throughout."

    Would strongly recommend

    Reviewed by Helena5.0Dec 2022

  • "Such a delightful property."

    It’s situated conveniently next to small railway station. The house was beautifully decorated and the smart television was a huge bonus. I had some cosy nights on the reclining sofa watching Netflix. The kitchen is small but had everything you need and as the house sleeps 3 it was perfectly adequate. The village boasts some lovely pubs and the Red Lion is welcoming with a variety of food. Dogs are made welcome as the owner adores them. There’s pizza takeaway and two fish and chip shops to choose from. The local butchers has quality food and the local bakery and coop offers all the provisions you could want. Tesco is also a few miles up the road. I can’t fault the area, the house and the owners as I was made to feel very welcome.

    Reviewed by Maria5.0Oct 2022

  • "Lovely cosy home in a beautiful part of Wales."

    We really liked the modern decor, the electric reclining sofa was a real luxury. A couple of minor niggles would be the bed wasn’t as comfortable and a bit creaky and the lack of a vacuum made it difficult to keep clean. Having said that it was great value for money and would love to go back.

    Reviewed by Lynne4.4Sep 2022

  • "A lovely place to stay."

    A big thankyou to the owners for allowing us the use of their lovely holiday home I have only one suggestion a hoover would be useful.

    Reviewed by Charles5.0Jul 2022

  • "Lovely accommodation, stylish decor with a modern Welsh feel."

    The house was very comfortable with good facilities and was well located for visiting attractions in the area. The designated off-road parking space was very convenient but there are also a variety of shops in the village just a couple of minutes away on foot. The Red Lion pub in the village was excellent for both drinking and eating - booking in advance highly recommended.

    Reviewed by Sara5.0May 2022

  • "Fantastic house but the internet is not have great signal."

    Reviewed by Ana5.0Apr 2022

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  • Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin
  • Shower room with walk-in shower, basin and WC
  • Cloakroom with basin and WC
  • Kitchen
  • Living/dining room
  • Conservatory
  • Gas central heating
  • Electric oven and gas hob, microwave, fridge/freezer and washing machine
  • Smart TV, WiFi
  • Fuel and power inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Offroad designated parking place for 1 car
  • Enclosed rear garden with patio and furniture
  • Two well-behaved dogs welcome
  • Sorry, no smoking
  • Shop and pub 0.2 miles
  • This property has a 7 night minimum stay

The property

Nestled in the vibrant village of Llandybie in the county of Carmarthenshire, is this contemporary holiday home, 6 Erwr Brenhinoedd.

Within easy reach of three historical pub, one of which provides food, and eateries, this two-bedroom home is a superb base for three friends or a small family.

Step inside to discover the entrance hallway; here you can kick off your shoes and freshen up in the cloakroom before exploring your home-from-home.

Locate the kitchen, certain to entice budding chefs with its electric oven and gas hob and when dinner is ready, gather in the living/dining room to tuck-in.

Snuggle up on the sofa to choose a film on the Smart TV or escape into a good book in the conservatory.

On warm days, soak in the sun on the rear patio and when the weather cools, retire inside and rinse off in the rainfall shower.

When sleep calls, choose between a double and a twin bedroom both with bedside lamps for some bedtime reading and why not take up a hot chocolate with you?

Awaken with a hearty breakfast at the dining table or take a short stroll to the Red Lion pub for a relaxed atmosphere and home-cooked meals.

The surrounding area offers a wealth of outdoor activities, you can tee up at Glynhir Golf Course, enjoy the tranquillity of Parc Gwledig Llyn Llech Owain Country Park or lace up your walking boots for a hike around Allt Nant- y-Ci Recreation Park.

Jump in the car and visit the colourful town of Llandeilo, where you can browse boutique stores, tour the 17th century National Trust site of Dinefwr and marvel at the unique Fountain Fine Art.

Head to the county town of Carmarthen, home to great walks and cycling routes, as well as bowling for a fun day out and the 12th-century ruins of Carmarthen Castle.

Another fantastic outing awaits at Carreg Cennen Castle, the one-glorious ruins of a fortress situated within the Bannau Brycheiniog National Park (Brecon Beacons National Park), and offers access to a cave, tea rooms and a farm!

For memories you will cherish, choose 6 Erwr Brenhinoedd.

Note: This property has a Good Housekeeping bond of £250.

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About the location


Llandeilo 4.5 miles; Carmarthen 16.9 miles; Swansea 21.1 miles; Cardiff 57.7 miles.

Llandybie is a popular busy village, with a selection of local amenities such as a characterful pub, takeaways and local shop and butchers, as well as a link to the picturesque Heart of Wales railway line. A bustling village which has its own golf course, it is also a couple of miles from the edge of the Bannau Brycheiniog National Park (Brecon Beacons National Park), a fabulous rugged and impressive landscape. Great days out nearby with the National Trusts Dinefwr mansion and deer park, Aberglasney Gardens and the National Botanic Gardens of Wales all on the doorstep. The beautiful sandy beaches and cliff walks of the Gower Peninsula, plus the ever popular Pembrokeshire coastline are not too far away. This is the ideal location for family holidays at any time of year.

This property has a 7 night minimum stay.