This single-storey barn conversion is nestled in the Carmarthenshire village of Efailwen, near Llandissilio.
Perfectly located on the borders of Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire, this is an ideal beauty spot for touring a wonderful region of Wales.
Its interior exudes charm from head-to-toe, with its high vaulted ceilings and delightful log burner resting in the inglenook of the living room.
The lounge area boasts comfy seating and a flat screen TV with a full Sky package, whilst the country style kitchen rests adjacently, with a large dining table and fully fitted kitchen including cream coloured base units, a helpful dishwasher and a window above the sink overlooking the picturesque, Welsh countryside.
Entry is gained to this splendid holiday let via the private enclosed courtyard to the outside, a delightful little suntrap to soak up an afternoon with a glass of wine, benefitting the luxury of the luxurious hot tub.
The twin room boasts zip and link beds for flexible sleeping arrangements, they can be put together on request to form a king-size double.
Next is the double room, similarly set up in a modern, stylish fashion, the tiled shower room is just along the corridor occupying a fabulous rainfall shower.
Nearby, should you require a few basic amenities, the village of Llandissilio is just a short distance away with a general store, post office and pubs, and further afield is the market town of Narberth.
Enjoy the landscape scenery surrounding you; there are many light and heavy walking opportunities to stumble upon.
Carmarthen lies on the River Towy offering Carmarthen Bay in the south and the rambling Brecon Beacons in the north.
A tremendous area to explore, with a charming base from which to view it from.
About the location
Llandissilio 3.4 miles; Narberth 8.3 miles; Tenby 25 miles
Efailwen is a Carmarthenshire village in South Wales boasting a cafe, a school and a church, abounded in a plethora of rambling countryside and dotted with quaint little cottages. This idyllic setting is situated only but a few miles from Llandissilio which is scattered with traditional Welsh local pubs and shops, however for a wider range of amenities, head towards Narberth where you can enjoy multi-coloured Edwardian and Georgian buildings lining the high street. There are many attractions to explore such as the castle and museum, both offering interesting days out, along with the Canaston Woods close by, offering a wealth of opportunity for walking, cycling and horseriding should the fancy take you. Folly Farm Adventure Park and Zoo is great for taking the kids whilst the adults of the group will enjoy pubs and eateries about the town. Even farther afield is the harbour town of Tenby, an iconic seaside location boasting watersports, three stunning beaches, golfing facilities and The National Trust owned Tudor Merchant's House, all to be explored with the towns’ quaint, picturesque landscape as a backdrop. Efailwen is the perfect little village if you want to get away to the country yet discover all that Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire have to offer.