Llandeilo 3 miles.
This spacious detached cottage is set in the heart of the small village of Trapp, opposite the owners' pub where good food is served daily.
The river running through the village wends its way under a bridge and along the boundary of this wonderful Llandeilo cottage, where you can fish for trout or just enjoy the pretty river running through the woods.
There are two entrances at this Llandeilo cottage - one leads into the superbly equipped kitchen with dining area on the ground floor level, and the other leads up a few steps and onto the first floor level, where you will find four beautiful bedrooms, one of which has an en-suite shower room, plus the family bathroom, which boasts a Jacuzzi bath.
This Llandeilo cottage has a spacious sitting room with patio doors, which lead out onto the garden, from where you can enjoy alfresco dining and take in the wonderful countryside views and distant views of Carreg Cennen Castle.
A full-size pool table is housed in the garage, with underfloor heating making it a nice cosy space, where you can enjoy a few games after a busy day exploring the area.
Take scenic walks and cycle rides or visit the castle, which is open daily, and due to its superb elevated position, offers panoramic views of the beautiful Welsh countryside.
Enjoy unique shopping in Llandeilo or visit Carmarthen with larger branded shops, a cinema, theatre, Merlin's Hill Centre and steam railway.
The beautiful South Wales coast from the Gower down to Pembrokeshire is all within an easy drive, meaning there is something for everyone in the area, before returning to this superb Llandeilo cottage for family evenings together.
Four bedrooms: 1 x king-size double with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x double, 2 x twin. Bathroom with Jacuzzi corner bath, separate shower, basin and WC. Ground floor basin and WC. Fitted kitchen with dining area. Sitting room. External games room.
About the location
Ammanford 8 miles; Carmarthen 15 miles; Llanelli 18 miles.
Llandeilo in picturesque Carmarthenshire, sits proudly on a hill above the River Tywi, the longest river that flows entirely through Wales. This pretty market town has a lovely selection of unusual gift shops, eating places and pubs, whilst visits to the medieval Dinefwr and Carreg Cennen Castles add to the charm. A short drive away is the scenic Brecon Beacons National Park, and the upland landscapes of the Carmarthenshire Fans and Black Mountains are a walker's delight. The beautiful sandy beaches and cliff walks of the Gower Peninsula, plus the ever popular Pembrokeshire coastline are not too far away. This is the ideal location for family holidays at any time of year.