Llansadwrn 1.5 miles.
A superb detached barn conversion with strong green credentials, situated close to the owner's home and one other property, on a non-working farm, in 60 acres of land, 1.5 miles from the pretty village of Llansadwrn.
Offering both charm and character throughout, this Llansadwrn cottage is an ideal base for a couple or small family.
Inside this holiday home near Llansadwrn is a beautiful, light sitting room where relaxing evenings can be enjoyed in front of the toasty woodburner while you pick a DVD to watch, or sit around the table to play board games together.
There is a well-equipped kitchen to prepare meals or maybe a picnic to take with you on your great days out, and from the kitchen are stairs that lead you directly into the mezzanine twin bedroom, which boasts character beams.
The ground floor double bedroom of this Llansadwrn barn has the unusual bonus of a small woodburner and a natural grass roof, making it a very romantic and cosy space.
This delightful cottage near Llandovery has a lawned garden, ideal for relaxing in during a sunny evening, after a busy day out and about, plus a footpath from your holiday home leads to the local pub.
The farm is managed as a haven for wildlife, and is home to badgers, bats and owls.
Red kite, deer, otters and a kingfisher have all also been spotted, while a number of rare and unusual wild flowers and plants play host to butterflies and moths.
Guests are welcome to wander around the land with owners' permission, but wellies are recommended!
When the sky is clear, there are breathtaking stars to gaze at, and the area has recently been designated as Wales's first International Dark Sky Reserve.
Within a short drive, you can visit castles, a gold mine, see working mills, explore some of the spectacular Welsh coastline, or browse around the quirky local and designer shops in Llandeilo.
Whatever you wish to do on your holiday, you will be delighted and surprised with the selection of attractions easily accessed from this charming Llansadwrn barn.