This fresh, modern property comfortably rests all on the ground floor in the lovely Carmarthenshire coastal village of Pendine.
Enjoying a close proximity to the stunning coastline and with the wondrous Pembrokeshire Coast National Park easily reachable, make this the homely retreat for you and your loved ones to enjoy.
Be welcomed in by the soothing neutral décor, first discover the two peaceful bedrooms which are made up of a double and a twin, perfect for a family of four seeking a getaway.
Spend your downtime with your feet up in the homely living area, the enticing woodburner is on hand to keep you warm whilst you're watching the TV from the comfort of the snug sofas.
The delightful dining table is ideal for some quality family time, while the sumptuous and well-stocked kitchen completes this setup in fine style.
The interior of Ty'r Ardd concludes lavishly with a contemporary family shower room featuring a glistening suite for you to get yourself ready in.
On the sunny days, wander out onto the tranquil garden to enjoy a cup of coffee, or perhaps an evening glass of wine after a long day's exploring.
Pendine is a wonderful spot to base your South West Wales break, with its small yet charming selection of amenities right on your doorstep, as well as the Museum of Speed and a fabulous stretch of sandy beach.
A trip west along the coast will take you towards the magnificent Pembrokeshire National Park, home to a wealth of superb seaside spots including Saundersfoot and Tenby, as well as idyllic scenery and much to see and do.
Alternatively, head inland to reach charming towns such as Narberth and Carmarthen.
Base your next fun-filled cottage holiday at the lovely Ty'r Ardd in Pendine.
About the location
Tenby 15 miles.
A delightful seaside village with a seven mile stretch of sandy beach, famous in its history for car racing and speed record attempts. The fateful car ‘Babs’, the driver of which was killed in one of the many speed record attempts, was buried in the sands for many years, but has now been dug up, restored and is often in the local museum for all to admire. Even the famous Amy Johnson used these perfect flat sands to take off on one of her many record flights. Steeped in history, these sands are perfect all year round, whether sunbathing, swimming and kite flying. With local pubs and restaurants serving good food, a café, a grocery shop and gift shops, Pendine is the perfect seaside village. Nearby, the attractions range from Dylan Thomas' famous boathouse, where he penned so many of his literary masterpieces, castles, more sandy beaches, hidden coves and the vibrant seaside resort of Tenby, with Caldey Island and the majestic monastery a short boat trip away. A stunning location for exploring this beautiful part of Wales.