A delightful cottage in the village of Derwydd overlooking open farm land.
A perfect countryside break for families and large groups that enjoy cycling and walking.
There are four lovely bedrooms and one has an en-suite.
Downstairs provides a beautiful, modern and well-equipped kitchen, a large sitting room and a dining room.
Attached to the sitting room is a conservatory to relax in the evenings after a long day out.
Outside there is a front and back garden with decking and patio where you can enjoy alfresco dining and a refreshing drink in the sun.
A five minute walk will take you to the village pub.
This is a perfect location for fishing in the Towy and hiking and cycling in the Brecon Beacons.
A short drive to the historic town of Llandeilo will enable you to indulge in some great cafes and restaurants, independent boutiques and craft shops.
You will definitely want to visit Aberglasney Gardens and the National Botanic Gardens of Wales both on the doorstep.
The National Trust gem of Dinefwr Park is also on the outskirts of Llandeilo.
This is the ideal, all year round rural base.
Four bedrooms: 1 x king-size with en-suite walk-in shower, basin and WC and large covered balcony with furniture, 1 x double, 1 x twin, 1 x single. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Ground floor basin and WC. Kitchen. Utility. Dinning room. Sitting room. Conservatory.
About the location
Llandybie 2.5 miles; Llandeilo 3.9 miles; Ammanford 4.4 miles; Llanelli and the coastal path 13.7 miles.
Derwydd is a quiet village nestled in the heart of the Towy Valley overshadowed by the magnificent Castell Carreg Cennen that sits on the edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park. The River Cennen that rises in the Black Mountains runs through the village and joins the River Towy opposite Llandeilo. Castell Carreg Cennen is only one of three castles with a six mile radius of Derwydd all very worthy of outings with some magnificent views of the Towy Valley and the National Park. Llandeilo the nearest town is surely the jewel in the Towy’s crown, and there is more than just a long pageant of rich history to this picturesque market town. Llandeilo today is still an essentially rural town, surrounded by farm and woodland, hill and dale, where the Welsh language is still in common use, but its geographic location at the crossroad of the main north-south A483 and the east-west A40 trunk routes place it strategically close to the much larger west Wales conurbations of Swansea, Neath, Llanelli and Carmarthen. Also its proximity to the M4 motorway places it within each reach of Cardiff, Bristol and all places beyond. Drive just a little further and you’ll soon have the sandy beaches and cliff walks of the beautiful Gower Peninsula at your disposal. Also only an hour’s drive away are the equally delightful seaside resorts and bays of Pembrokeshire and Cardiganshire.