This well-presented, semi-detached former school house has been tastefully converted into a wonderful, spacious holiday home, situated in the village of Pembrey, close to Pembrey Sands and a short drive from the Gower Peninsula and popular sporting venues, such as Ffos Las.
Offering upside down accommodation, this delightful cottage is a perfect base for families and friends looking to explore this part of Wales.
Boasting far-reaching views of the village and Gower Peninsula, on the first floor of this superb holiday home is an open plan living area with A-frame beams, a well-equipped kitchen with centre island, a split-level dining area and a sitting area with balcony.
At the end of the day, there’s no better place then to sit on the balcony with a glass of wine whilst admiring the panoramic views.
On the ground floor are the bedrooms, which offer flexible sleeping arrangements, with one boasting French doors that open out onto the garden, and also on this floor is a shower room and utility area.
Outside there is a lovely tiered lawned garden, where you may wish to enjoy an alfresco meal, or even a morning coffee whilst you ponder your day ahead.
The popular village of Pembrey offers pubs and a shop, both of which are within a short walk, so why not stock up on essentials, or enjoy a drink before venturing back to your welcoming cottage.
The village is ideally placed for exploring the stunning Gower Peninsula, as well as the Pembrey Country Park, from where miles of sandy beaches and acres of forestry can be explored.
You’re just over half an hour away from diverse landscapes of the sandy beaches of Pembrokeshire and the Brecon Beacons in Mid Wales, plus the whole area is bordered with the Millennium Coastal Path, which opens up numerous outdoor activities for visitors to enjoy.
An excellent converted house, perfectly situated for enjoying the local sandy beaches and the Gower Peninsula.
About the location
Kidwelly 4 miles; Llanelli 5 miles; Carmarthen 13 miles.
Pembrey is a small village on the main road between Carmarthen and Llanelli and right on the beautiful Welsh coastline. It has a shop, Post Office, pottery shop and choice of village pubs. The outstanding Pembrey Country Park has 202 hectares of glorious parkland and one of the best sandy beaches in Wales. The Millennium Cycle Path runs all along this beautiful coastline for cyclists and walkers alike to discover one of the most scenic routes in Wales. The superb dry ski slope is great fun as is the nearby race track which is one of only two racing circuits in Wales. Just five miles away is Llanelli, which offers a great range of out of town shopping, a modern cinema, theatre and leisure centre. The town also boasts a Nicklaus designed modern links golf course. The harbour, sandy beach and fine golf course at nearby Burry Port offer more fun filled days out. Watch the Scarlets' rugby matches, horse racing at Ffos Las or enjoy shopping days in Carmarthen, which has a great selection of high street shops, unique little boutiques, cafes, pubs and a cinema. Pembrey has so much to offer, you will be spoilt for choice.