Llandovery, Carmarthenshire, United Kingdom Accommodations

Accommodations in Llandovery

Home/Apartment
Excellent
17 reviews
1br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Pets Allowed
  • Parking
The SpaceA typical Welsh style cottage located in Mid Wales near to the famous Brecon Beacons. it is attached to the main house, with it's own front door/entrance. Fully equipped: bathroom/shower, kitchen, lounge and bedroom with satellite TV and Free WiFi. Set in beautiful rural surroundings and with a nearby river. The cottage is located on a small holding with sheep, chickens, two dogs and an ex racehorse. It is a short drive to the West coast of Wales. The Heart of Wales railway line runs from Shrewsbury to Swansea and vice versa, and is only a 5 minute drive away. Local towns include Llandovery, an old drovers town, which has lovely coffee shops where you can relax. Also nearby is the village of Myddfai, country home to the Prince of Wales. Linen is provided. If desirable laundry services are available at an extra cost. Pets are allowed after approval of the owners. For bookings and prices please contact the owners either: via (URL HIDDEN) or via email at (EMAIL HIDDEN) Guest AccessBeside the cottage all guests will have access to their own patio area with seating and parasol. Interaction with GuestsAs much or as little each guest wishes to interact with us. The NeighborhoodEverything......the cottage is in a very beautiful rural part of Wales. We are surrounded by green fields, hills and mountains. The gorgeous river Dulais flows pass the property and gives access to great walk ways/footpaths. Other Things to NoteChildren: ======== Children are of course very welcome. We do however NOT supply a travel cot, high chair or other baby equipment. Prices for babies up to the age of 18 months are: FREE For children (toddlers) older up to the age of 16 years: there will be an additional charge of £10.00 per child. Young adults over the age of 16 are considered to be an adult and charged at the normal rate.
Home/Apartment
2br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Parking
The SpaceCwm Mynys Yurt Holidays with riverside sauna in beautiful Welsh nature reserve. Light, spacious traditional Mongolian 18ft yurt set in a beautiful, quiet secluded Welsh woodland river valley with stunning views. Yurt sleeps 4. Woodburner for warmth. Free firewood, kindling & firelighters supplied. There is a fan heater & electric blanket for those of you who need extra spoiling! A FULLY EQUIPPED KITCHEN is included for self catering in the wood cladded caravan, where there are 4 more beds & a shower, exclusively for your use. Earth closet toilet with basin. You will be our only guests, this is our smallholding. There's also a BBQ for your sole use, please bring charcoal etc. Very sorry, no pets. This is a fantastic area for walking & bird watching & you will almost certainly see red kites & buzzards as well as being serenaded at night by the tawnies. Pony trekking is a wonderful way to explore the lovely countryside.There is excellent pub food 15 mins drive away, pretty seaside villages at Cardigan Bay 1 hours drive & a little further the breathtaking Pembrokeshire coastal paths. Brecon Beacons is only 45 mins. All amenities, great wholefood shop, cafes, co-op, hardware, etc. 6 miles away in Llandovery. The picturesque town of Llandeilo is less than half an hour & the National Botanical Gardens about 40 mins, well worth a visit. There are sometimes events held there too. The nearest railway station is 5 miles away & we are very happy to pick you up & drop you off. Cwm Mynys is a peaceful, healing place. We look forward to welcoming you. Guest AccessSauna, river, bbq. Interaction with GuestsThis is their choice & we will not disturb them unnecessarily. The NeighborhoodIt is very peaceful & very beautiful. Getting AroundWe are happy to give lifts to the nearest. Other Things to NoteFor £5 per bed, we can supply bedding & towels. For £5 per sack, we can provide extra firewood over & above the amount supplied.
Bedroom
Bedroom
  • Wifi
  • Pets Allowed
  • Breakfast
  • Parking
The SpaceThe accommodation is far more extensive and flexible than the average B&B. You will stay in a stylish barn-conversion, which forms an annexe to our house and is arranged on three floors and is completely self -contained and totally private. It thus provides proper living accommodation rather than just a bedroom. We offer you the luxury of “self catering accommodation” without the washing up, or the need to book a long stay. Providing a self-service continental breakfast in the suite allows you the freedom to enjoy breakfast when it suits you, rather than rushing to get ready for a pre-booked time. In particular families with small children may welcome this - indeed virtually all our guests have said that they find it a very attractive option and a refreshing change from the usual rigid B&B arrangements. We hope the suite will provide you with somewhere where you will be happy to spend time and not be limited to just sitting on a bed and looking at four walls. You can enjoy the views from the mezzanine whilst enjoying a fresh coffee or lounge back on the sofa and dive into a good book or relax and watch some T.V. There is also a snack tray in the room with a selection of crisps, nuts, chocolate, canned drinks and soups. The snacks are additional to the cost of the room and there is an honesty box next to the tray. The main bedroom area is very spacious and filled with natural light. The bed in this room is king size. There is also a sofa bed which converts to a small double bed. Large built-in wardrobes provide ample hanging and storage space. The radio alarm includes a docking for your i-phone or i-pod. A hairdryer, bath robes, hot water bottles, iron and ironing board are also provided in the room. There is a 32″ flat screen television (Freeview) with remote control and a DVD/CD player with a small library of DVD’s. A flight of stairs lead up to the mezzanine (we do have stair guards for the top and bottom) where there is another double bed and a dining area. Here you will find everything you need to enjoy your continental breakfast in the comfort and privacy of your own suite. There is a kettle, toaster, microwave and a coffee filter machine. The fridge is freshly stocked daily with a with a choice of fruit juices, yoghurt, milk, butter and spreads etc. Cereals, porridge, baked beans, bread, croissants, jams, honey, fresh fruit salad and fresh fruit and are also provided. There are an excellent selection of beverages to choose from – Douwe Egberts instant and filter coffee, hot chocolate, ovaltine, Cappuccino, Earl Grey, breakfast and fruit and herbal teas. We even set up the coffee machine for you, so all you have to do is hit the power button and wait for the wonderful aroma of fresh coffee. The kettle is freshly filled for you and a jug of fresh water, so you don’t have to make unnecessary journeys up and down the stairs. The mezzanine is also a wonderful viewing gallery for the beautiful sunsets. From the main bedroom there are steps down to the bathrooms. The bathrooms consist of three separate areas – firstly a basin, toilet and bidet, then a walk-in wet room with a superb shower and lastly a further room housing a large free standing roll top bath. The perfect way to unwind after a hard day. For more details visit our own website. Guest AccessGwarllwyn is ideally located for those wishing to explore the Brecon Beacons, the Black Mountains and everything this beautiful part of Wales has to offer. For those exploring the area on mountain bikes we offer a secure utility room next to the guest suite for safe storage. there are walks directly from the property and we are located between the Halfway and Crychan forests. Interaction with GuestsWe offer as much or as little interaction with our guests as they require. The privacy of the suite makes it ideal for a romantic break, and the flexibility and size makes it equally ideal for families. We are happy to show you the suite and garden and leave you in peace or for those with young children we will introduce you to the animals if you choose. The NeighborhoodWe are two miles off the main A40 up a single track lane. The area is grazed by cattle, sheep and horses. We are high up, so the views are tremendous and the countryside is stunning. There are many activities for visitors in the area - see our own website for more details. Getting AroundThe location is rural and you would need your own transport. Other Things to NoteThe house is know locally as "The Kenny Everett House," as he once lived here. The accommodation is arranged on three levels.
barn
2br barn
    Owl Barn is a fantastic recent conversion of an old stone and slate building on an upland hill farm in Carmarthenshire, Wales. With its stylish decor and amazing views this romantic and quirky spacious barn will both wow and cosset you. There are 2 large double bedrooms and 2 shower rooms; The master bedroom has a super king size (6 foot) double bed and an en-suite shower room. The second bedroom has a king size double bed, and there is the option to have a fifth temporary bed provided in either bedroom, or the lounge. So we can accommodate up to 5, easily. You will have ample parking spaces, a sheltered outside space and a little bit of peace and quiet. Owl Barn is well stocked; with basics such as teas, coffee, and other simple cooking needs etc, to wide screen TV, DVD, radio and 6 meg Wifi, books and magazines to browse. Whether your stay (minimum of 2 nights) is for family, friends or a romantic weekend get away, you could not ask for a more delightful retreat from the hustle and bustle of modern life, and you are within seconds of quiet countryside walks which can be as challenging as you wish; a stroll around the farm or on sheltered roads and footpaths, or up to the trig point on the top of Fforest, the nearest hill top of the Cambrian range at about 1300 feet. All without getting in the car. This is a stylish warm and peaceful building with underfloor heating throughout, supplied by an air source heat pump. It is well appointed, quiet and has lovely extensive countryside views and a sheltered terraced outside area to eat al fresco or just sit quietly. There is parking for numerous cars. Sleeps 4 in 2 bedrooms with the option of a 5th bed in the lounge or either bedroom. + short breaks (2 night minimum) + Romantic? Most definitely! + Two couples? Ideal. + For a group of friends? Perfect. + A family? Oh yes. - Smokers? Sorry, definitely not inside the building. - Pets? Not allowed at all, sorry. - Hen or stag parties? Sorry, definitely not; this is a quiet place, so no noisy groups please. The main shower room is spacious and has room for a wheel chair. There is a very quiet minor road running past the barn so walks with great views and without getting your shoes dirty are possible on the doorstep too. Owl Barn has under floor central heating with oak flooring in the main, tiled floor in the kitchen, and the shower rooms. There is plenty of room in the lounge for the fold-up bed, or it can go in either bedroom. The master bedroom with en suite shower room is at the end of the barn, and so would be quiet for a child using the fifth bed, if they needed to be in bed earlier than the rest of the group. Linen is provided for the extra fold up bed on request in advance. The second bedroom has a comfortable king size double bed. There is a communal shower room, which is spacious, and has a loo and spacious wetroom type shower with no step into the shower. A fold-up bed is provided for occasional use and linen is provided to make the bed up with, when requested. The kitchen is a chefs paradise; large with a breakfast bar island that seats 4. Stylish and well fitted, equipment includes; electric double oven, grill and ceramic hob with extractor fan, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, microwave, kettle, toaster, cafetiere and all the usual cooking utensils and pans etc. Superb views over the surrounding countryside. Ironing board, iron (and even soft water for the iron) and a hairdryer are all provided. A fold-up bed is provided for occasional use and linen is provided to make the bed up with, when requested. Living Room: Spacious sunny lounge with lovely outlook, 2 comfortable 3-4 seater sofas. WiFi, TV with DVD player, CD/radio, mP3/iPod connection. Extending dining table that can seat up to 10. A beautiful room with exposed stone wall and beams that is very relaxing. The corridor leading to the bedrooms and main shower room/ loo is pleasantly wide as befits the space. Towels and linen; Laundered, quality cotton sheets, duvet covers, and towels are provided at the start of your stay, and changed weekly for longer stays. Hand soaps also. Cleaning; The property is cleaned prior to your arrival, and weekly, with a linen change, for longer stays. Amenities/Facilities: hob oven fridge/freezer microwave dishwasher washing machine washing line and drying rack iron & ironing board smart TV and compact HiFi, internet access (ethernet & WiFi) central heating board games books CD's DVD's Guest Access Guests have the whole of Owl Barn and the terraced outside area with tables and seating to themselves, along with several parking spaces. You are welcome to roam across the 160 acres of the farm (maps provided), which has several delightful spots for picnics, farm walks and some wonderful views. So bring your wellies, walking boots, coats and binoculars. You will see Red Kites, buzzards, sparrow hawks, starlings, swallows, wagtails, cuckoos, woodpeckers, crows, finches and probably lots of other birds and even, perhaps, the owl we named the barn after! Squirrels, badgers, hares, sheep and cows as well as the occasional fox and feral cat too. Maybe the odd low flying fast jet or a Hercules, possibly even below where you are standing, which is always impressive, if loud! Interaction with Guests I live on the farm in the main house across the yard, but I am often away too, so you may well not see me at all.... You will be given instructions by email about accessing the keys a couple of days prior to arrival. However, I am always available on the phone/email/WhatsApp etc. The Neighbourhood Llandovery is a pleasant market town, only 10 mins by car, along the leafy lane that leads down to the main road. Take your time along here; there are many blind bends and 20 mph is quite fast enough! Many shops, including a medium size supermarket, bakers, butchers, delis, cafes Post office, gift shops etc. A great Chinese takeaway, and the Three Horseshoes fish and chip restaurant and takeaway, both on the main street are recommended, and there are Indian and other fast food outlets. There are several good places to eat out; The Old Printing Office cafe (daytime) is my favourite, behind the shop. The Kings Head and Castle Hotels do good food, as does the Three Horse Shoes restaurant and takeaway. The town used to have over 30 pubs! But now there are approximately 10, and there a several country pubs in the Towy valley that make a good welcome and do food. I provide a detailed list in my welcome pack and handbook. Llandovery is the home of the Llandovery Drovers, a semi professional Welsh Premiership rugby side, and the centre of the small town is occupied by the famous Llandovery College, where many sporting greats have come to the notice of talent spotters, especially on the rugby field. There is a swimming pool, tennis squash and raquetball courts, bowls and croquet adjacent to the delightful Castle Fields cricket ground, next to the car park in the centre of town. A visit to the livestock market, beyond the town car park, on Tuesday mornings or most Fridays could be an interesting excursion. This lovely rural area is fantastic for the outdoors with walking, cycling, both on road and off, and we even have a great MTB trail within easy cycling range of the farm, Cwm Rhaeadr MTB forest trail; cycle over into the next valley, 30 mins, ride the trail, 45 mins /lap, dine in the Neuadd Arms in Cilycwm and ride back to Owl Barn at Penygaer. Phew! Or put the bike in the car to get there..... There are many other cycle and walking tracks through Crychan forest on the opposite side of our Bran valley, or ride/ walk out onto the hills of mid Wales or the Brecon Beacons, only 30 mins away. Visit; Lyn y Fan; the most fantastic spot....it is a delightful lake nestling in the cwm of Fan Fawr, the mountain in the view from the kitchen door; 35 mins in the car, then 40 mins walk to the lake. Magical with mystical stories about the Lady of the Lake! On to the top of Fan Fawr is a good hike, but what a view...yes, that is Somerset you can see from there! Gold Mines at DolauCothi 30 mins away by car Upper Towy valley, Cilycwm, Rhandirmwyn and on to the Lynne Brianne dam, the largest of it's type in Europe, walking/cycling, very scenic 35 mins to the dam Aberglasney; world famous gardens, 40 mins National Botanic Garden of Wales, Nantgaredig 45 mins Parc y Scarlets, Llanelli, home of Scarlets rugby 60+ mins Cardiff and the Millenium Stadium 80+ mins Swansea (football and Ospreys rugby) and The Gower peninsular, beaches, walking, etc 90 mins Llandeilo; shopping and architecture 30 mins Brecon; shopping and architecture 35 mins Laugharne; home of Dylan Thomas 65 mins Brechfa forest/Abergorgech; superb MTB trails, 35 mins Dan yr Ogof show caves open to the public 40 mins Ystradfellte; amazing walks in wonderful sheltered wooded valleys with waterfalls and caves Horse riding at Cae Iago Riding Centre, Ffarmers 35 mins Llangose lake; sailing, canoeing etc. beyond Brecon 40 mins Rallying; many events throughout the year, on the Eppynt military range or in Crychan and Halfway forests, 25 mins The area has fantastic roads for motorcyclists, and you will notice many of them visit the town for a cuppa on their travels in summer. Golf; there's a nine hole course just beside the river Towy. 10 mins Builth Wells has a good 18 hole course. 35 mins Getting Around It is best to arrive under your own steam by car, motorcycle (or even bike), although there is a train service to Llandovery which is on the Heart of Wales line, between Swansea (connects with mainline to London) and Shrewsbury. Buses run to Brecon and Carmarthen from Llandovery. There are several local taxi firms that would happily collect and return you to the farm. It's a steady climb of around 500 feet in 3 miles to the farm from Llandovery, so keep a bit in reserve to get back if you are going out for a cycle ride! More info in my welcome notes, that I will email you before you arrive, and in the folder in the house, along with local maps etc. Other Things to Note All the main UK mobile networks have pretty good 3G coverage, but you may find the odd dead spot inside, due to the thickness of the stone walls. O2 is the worst for that, but has a good signal in most rooms, and outside, of course. The WiFi speed is healthy enough to stream videos etc, and we have a Netflix subscription so you will be spoilt for choice with films & iPlayer etc Sky Sports may be possible on request, and for a small charge (~ÂŁ15per week). Owl Barn is a fantastic recent conversion of an old stone and slate building on an upland hill farm in Carmarthenshire, Wales. With its stylish decor and amazing views this romantic and quirky, yet spacious barn, will both wow and cosset you. Sleeps 4+1 in 2 bedrooms. It's a great place for outdoors activities, or you can stay in and watch the weather go by, or even Netflix!
    cottage
    3br cottage
    • Pets Allowed
    Listed Heritage offers you a delightful 5 Star cottage on its Private Estate with landscaped gardens, meadows, woodland and hillsides. Our delightful cottages have glorious far reaching countryside views towards the magnificent Black Mountain. Originating in the 16th Century in Wales these traditional stone buildings have recently been transformed into idyllic holiday cottages set amid the rolling hills of the lovely County of Carmarthenshire known as The Garden of Wales. In its lush verdant rolling landscape the impressive parkland setting commands breathtaking far-reaching southerly views. Relax on the mossy banks listening to the water or find a sunny spot among the ancient stand of oaks. Stroll through the meadow lands or take a picnic and climb the Banc (hillside) that rises behind your cottage to take in the 360 degree panoramic view of the Wales countryside and the Brecon Beacons. Get away from the crowds and holiday in the peace and serenity of these gorgeous cottages. Enjoy endless walks, glorious countryside, stunning views and peace and quiet.
    cottage
    3br cottage
      Merlin Barn is a newly converted 170 year old historic barn. It has fantastic views and access to a Garden Building with shared Games Room. Merlin Cottages is a tranquil location with stunning views over the Brecon Beacons National Park. The Crychan Forest is on the doorstep with great walking and cycling trails. The Barn shares a Garden Building with the other cottages with snooker and table tennis in the Games Room. Llandovery (3 miles) is an ancient market town with great pubs, restaurants and historic sights.
      house
      5br house
        Llandovery in the County of Carmarthenshire hosts Merlin House which is a 4 star visitwales (Official Wales Tourist Board) acredited holiday cottage. This period farmhouse is now fully restored and converted to high quality self-catering holiday accommodation. There is a purpose built garden room shared with two other cottages that has a games room, laundry and walker's boot room. The cottage's 5 bedrooms (3 double, 1 twin and 1 single) provide holiday accommodation for up to 9 people (up to 8 adults or 7 adults and 2 children). The cottage has an idyllic rural location next to a working livestock farm. As well as being close to The Brecon Beacons National Park in Carmarthenshire, the holiday cottage also has on its doorstep The Crychan Forest with many miles of walking and cycling trails. Fully equipped cycle hire delivered to the cottage is available by arrangement. The Crychan Forest has a rich diversity of mammals, insects and birds, including red kites, goshawks, sparrowhawks, buzzards, peregrine falcon, nightjar, goldcrest, siskin, willow warblers, wood warblers, song thrush and jay (for more details see this informative BBC article). For anglers, there is over seven miles of fishing on the rivers Towy, Bran and Gydderig. There is also riding and pony trekking available in the area. The holiday cottage is only four miles from Llandovery, an ancient market town on the River Towy with post office, railway station, taxi, supermarket, internet, launderette, take-aways, shops, restaurants, pubs and indoor swimming pool. In 2006, Prince Charles established his home in Wales just two miles outside the town at Myddfai. Other interesting market towns are Llandeilo (approximately 20 minutes), Brecon (30 minutes) and Lampeter (40 minutes). From the cottage it is easy to reach both the South and West Wales Coasts with many beautiful beaches around an hour away. Nearby are the National Botanic Gardens, Llyn Brianne with a stunning lake and walks, Aberglasney Gardens with its beautifully restored gardens, Dinefwr Park and Carreg Cennen Castle. Drive times are Bristol (2hrs), Birmingham (3hrs), Manchester (4hrs), London (4hrs) (source (website: hidden)). According to Arthurian legend, Merlin was born near Carmarthen, the oldest town in Wales, at Bryn Myrddin (Merlin's Hill). Penywaun House is a 4* self catering cottage in the heart of Carmarthenshire - the Garden of Wales. Its location at the Western Edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park has the most breathtaking views. Idyllic location with panoramic views over the Black Mountain and Brecon Beacons. The Crychan Forest is on the door step with great trails for walking, cycling and horseriding. For days out in Wales this is a central location with most of South and West Wales accessible around one hour drive.
        house
        Excellent
        18 reviews
        4br house
          Henllys Lodge is comfortable, relaxing, modern and individual. Renovated and furnished to a very high standard as an eco-friendly and allergy-friendly property. 5 star (Visit Wales graded) and Green Tourism Gold Graded. A 4-bedroomed detached house standing alone in a rural environment of Welsh hills in the Upper Twyi Valley in Carmarthenshire and bordering the Brecon Beacons National Park. Not just another little Welsh cottage; it's a special place! Prices from ÂŁ690 for a full week; short breaks (3 nights minimum) from ÂŁ415. There is a 10% LOW OCCUPANCY DISCOUNT available for 2 guests (using only 1 bedroom) out of peak periods, as well as a 10% discount for 2 WEEK+ bookings. SHORT BREAKS of 3+ nights at weekends or week days with flexible start date are also available, but not in peak holiday season (school holidays). Rates are calculated according to the following formula: for 3 nights 60% of the weekly rate, for 4 nights 70% of the weekly rate and for 5 nights 80% of the weekly rate. Please note that the quote you will receive will need to be adjusted due to the automatic way that it's calculated on this website. All bookings must be accompanied by a deposit of 50%. The final balance is payable six weeks prior to the commencement of the holiday. Payment is made through the Holiday Lettings booking system. The amount payable is inclusive of electricity, bed linen, towels and logs for the wood-burning stove. In addition, a refundable deposit of £50 is payable with final balance payment to cover the costs of breakages over the value of £25 and for any additional cleaning. Breakages over £50 will be charged for in addition. You are strongly recommended to take out holiday insurance to cover cancellations as well as damages. Llandovery is a traditional Welsh market town in the Upper Towy (Twyi) valley, bounded by three rivers. Its name means 'church amidst the waters'. It has a historical heritage dating back to Roman times. There are ruins of a Norman castle and also churches and some fine Georgian houses. It was also an important drovers' town, where herdsmen gathered from all over South Wales to drive their sheep, cattle, geese and pigs to London. The Heritage Centre is housed in a building dating from around 1750 and has a small museum with interesting displays featuring some of the myths and legends as well as the history of Llandovery and the surrounding area. The striking statue of Llywelyn ap Gruffydd Fychan, a supporter of Owain Glyndwr's struggle for Welsh independence, stands by the castle ruins. In 1401 he was butchered by Henry IV. The Llandovery Craft Centre is on the site of the original meat market and is now a cafe with shops selling crafts and gifts. The area has beautiful countryside where visitors can enjoy walking, birdwatching, cycling, riding, and other outdoor pursuits, or alternatively visit local houses, sites of historic interest and castles. It is at the western edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park, an area of special landscape, wildlife and cultural heritage, and Fforest Fawr Geopark, the area designated in 2005 by UNESCO because of its outstanding geological heritage. The 'Heart of Wales' Railway line offers the opportunity to see some spectacular scenery including the Cynghordy Viaduct. Close by are Cilycwm, Rhandirmawn and Llyn Brianne Reservoir which are beautiful places to walk or drive. Stop off at the Dinas RSPB Nature Reserve for a stunning walk along the river and through alder and oak bluebell woodland. Brecfa and Crychan Forests offer woodland and waterfall walks and mountain biking paths. Myddfai (approx 3 miles away) is now the Welsh residence of the Prince Charles, Prince of Wales. The 'Physicians of Myddfai' from medieval times became renowned for herbal remedies and they are also associated with the local legend of the Lady of the Lake Llyn-y-Fan Fach. Not far away are the ruinous abbeys of Strata Florida and Talley, both founded in the 12th century. The town of Llandeilo is also very attractive with more upmarket shops, cafes and restaurants. There are many castles both in Llandeilo - Dinefyr Castle – and around, such as Carreg Cennan Castle, one of the most dramatic fortresses on top of a limestone crag and with fantastic views. Aberglasney Gardens and the National Botanic Gardens of Wales are essential visits for all those who love gardens. Dolaucothi Roman Gold Mines, the only Roman Goldmine in Wales, is another essential visit for all those interested in history. Architect designed rebuild, modern, 5 star, 4-bedroomed eco-friendly detached house with garden and views, sleeping up to eight. Ideal for families or couples who like walking, cycling, birdwatching, exploring Welsh castles, houses, nature and gardens, or just relaxing! Walkers and Cyclists Welcome. Green Tourism GOLD Award. Woodburning stove. Ensuite wetrooms. WiFi. Luxury.
          house
          Excellent
          6 reviews
          5br house
            Merlin Cottages is a small complex of three cottages Merlin House (8-9), Merlin Barn (6), High Barn (5). Please see our other adverts for availability in these properties. The Cottages are 4 Star VisitWales with Walkers Welcome Award. There is a purpose built Garden Building with Games Room, Laundry and Walkers Drying Room. 3 and 7 night prices are fixed but please ask for a quote for better rates on 4 to 6 night stays. * 19th Century Historic House * 5 bedrooms (King, 2 double, twin, single) & 3 bathrooms * Idyllic location near a working livestock farm, * Breathtaking views of the Brecon Beacons National Park, * The Crychan Forest is on the doorstep with miles of trails for walking and cycling, * Abundnant wildlife and fishing, * The ancient market town of Llandovery is just 4 miles with Tourist Information Centre, * Family days out include National Botanic Gardens and Carmarthenshire castles, * 'Great childrens' days out including National Showcaves, National Trust Goldmines and Red Kites. * Ideal central location to explore the towns, countryside, attractions and beaches South, West and Mid Wales, * Great driving country with uncongested roads. Wonderful 4 star period house and shared Garden Building with snooker/pool, table tennis, boot room and laundry. Great location for the Brecon Beacons and days out - walking, caving, bird watching, coasteering, horse riding,fishing, theme park, castles, beach, railways Centrally heated Garden Building with large games room with pool/table tennis and sitting area.
            barn
            Excellent
            6 reviews
            3br barn
              Merlin Cottages is a small character stone built complex consisting of Merlin House (8-9 persons), Merlin Barn (6) and High Barn (5). Please see our other adverts for availability in other properties. The Cottages are 4 Star VisitWales with Walkers Welcome Award. There is a purpose shared built Garden Building with Games Room, Laundry and Walkers Drying Room. 3 and 7 night prices are fixed but please ask for a quote for better rates on 4 to 6 night stays. Merlin Barn is a recently converted 1850s barn to a great standard with comfy underfloor heating in the main reception room along with great period features such as oak beams. French windows open onto a patio area with fabulous views of the Brecon Beacons. Great Common Garden building on site with slate bed snooker table and other games. Walk out in the morning to great scenery and trails in the nearby Crychan Forest. 4* barn with common garden building (pool/table tennis, games) in a beautiful location between Brecon and Llandovery near the Crychan Forest Trails and Outdoor Activity Centre. Great base to explore the countryside, attractions and beaches of South and West Wales. VisitWales Walkers Award. Local activity Centre for Age 11+ Canoeing, Gully Scrambling, Caving, Archery...
              barn
              Excellent
              1 review
              6br barn
                Merlin Cottages is a small character stone built complex consisting of Merlin House (8-9 persons) and Long Barn (5-11 persons). The Cottages are 4 Star VisitWales with Walkers Welcome Award, and there is a purpose built Garden Building with Games Room, Laundry and Walkers Drying Room. Merlin House has been running since 2010 with excellent Tripadvisor feedback. The Long Barn is newly converted to the highest standards. It is a semi detached layout with separate entrances to two barns, each with its own kitchen and living area. High Barn sleeps 5 (2 double & 1 single; 3 bathrooms) with Merlin Barn accommodating 6 (2 doubles, Twin, 2 bathrooms). It is ideal for larger groups with a balance of community and privacy. An extra dining table arranged at the time of booking in the Merlin Barn to allow 11 to dine together. Each barn has sofas to sit 6 (12 in total). There is also a Communal Garden Building shared with another cottage with a games room (snooker/pool, games, books, guides etc), laundry room and boot room. There is an 'A' rated gas central heating system which keeps the barn lovely and warm. For great atmosphere, there are two log burners in the main reception rooms. Merlin Barn and High Barn are graded 4 Stars by VisitWales. If the calendar is showing booked or you have another group size in mind, please see our other adverts for Merlin House, Merlin Barn and High Barn. Electricity, Gas, Linen, Towels are all provided for your stay. All beds are made up for your arrival. Use of the Games Room is free of charge. A small starter basket of logs is provided. Daily housekeeping is bookable in advance as an extra. Merlin Cottages has the Crychan Forest on its doorstep with miles of great trails for walkers and cyclists alike.
                barn
                Excellent
                4 reviews
                3br barn
                  Merlin Cottages is a small complex of three cottages Merlin House (8-9 person), Merlin Barn (6), High Barn (5). Please see our other adverts for availability in other properties. The Cottages are 4 Star VisitWales with Walkers Welcome Award. There is a purpose built Garden Building with Games Room, Laundry and Walkers Drying Room. 3 and 7 night prices are fixed but please ask for a quote for better rates on 4 to 6 night stays. High Barn is a character stone barn dating from 1860 which has been renovated to the highest standards in 2013. It shares a Garden Building with two other cottages which has snooker, pool, table tennis and board games. It is an idyllic location with fantastic views over the Brecon Beacons National Park and lots to do for all interests. For adventure, we can pre-arrange days with qualified guides for caving, gorge walking & swimming, canoeing, mountaineering and coasteering. For family days out, there are many attractions including the National Showcaves, Dolaucothi Gold Mines, Adventure Farms and Steam Railways. It is a central location with open roads for great days out at West and South Wales beaches. Idyllic location. Character 4 stars barn with 2 double ensuites and a single bedroom. A shared Garden Building has snooker, pool, table tennis and board games. Caving, canoeing and other adventure days are available with qualified guides in the National Park.
                  cottage
                  1br cottage
                    A typical Welsh style cottage located in Mid Wales near to the famous Brecon Beacons. it is attached to the main house, with it's own front door/entrance and it has it's own patio. Fully equipped: bedroom with two single beds, bathroom/shower, kitchen, lounge with satellite TV and Free Wi-Fi Set in beautiful rural surroundings and with a nearby river. The cottage is located on a small holding with sheep, chickens, ferret(very tame), two dogs and an ex racehorse. It is a short drive to the West coast of Wales. The Heart of Wales railway line runs from Shrewsbury to Swansea and vice versa, and is only a 5 minute drive away. Local towns include Llandovery, an old drovers town, which has lovely coffee shops where you can relax. Also nearby is the village of Myddfai, country home to the Prince of Wales. Linen is provided. If desirable laundry services are available at an extra cost. Pets are allowed after approval of the owners. We recommend you bring your own Sky key card as although there is satellite TV in the cottage it is only the free channels. The cottage is in a beautiful rural area surrounded by woodland, hills, open pasture, wildlife in a tranquil typical Welsh setting. The river Dulais flows just past the main house and meanders down towards the village. It offers a wide range of activities such as hill walking, red kite watching, fishing, caving, horse riding / trekking, mountain climbing to name a few. For those who are looking for less active holidays or breaks there is plenty on offer as well: A fantastic spot/location to go hiking/climbing/fishing/riding/walking/sight-seeing, not too far from the coast and/or towns and cities. M4 corridor easily accessed. Wildlife abounds, quiet and relaxed atmosphere in a very rural, typically Welsh location. Pubs, restaurants offering delightful meals using local produce all in easy reach
                    Hotel
                    4-star Hotel
                    Situated in Llandovery, this cottage is 5.2 mi (8.4 km) from Llandovery Castle and within 20 mi (32 km) of Dolaucothi Gold Mines and The Cambrian Woollen Mill. Brecon Golf Club and Brecon Beacons National Park are also within 25 mi (40 km).
                    Home/Apartment
                    2br Home/Apartment
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                    The SpaceOwl Barn is a fantastic recent conversion of an old stone and slate building on an upland hill farm in Carmarthenshire, Wales. With its stylish decor and amazing views this romantic and quirky spacious barn will both wow and cosset you. There are 2 large double bedrooms and 2 shower rooms; The master bedroom has a super king size (6 foot) double bed and an en-suite shower room. The second bedroom has a king size double bed, and there is the option to have a fifth temporary bed provided in either bedroom, or the lounge. So we can accommodate up to 5, easily. You will have ample parking spaces, a sheltered outside space and a little bit of peace and quiet. Owl Barn is well stocked; with basics such as teas, coffee, and other simple cooking needs etc, to wide screen TV, DVD, radio and 6 meg Wifi, books and magazines to browse. Whether your stay (minimum of 2 nights) is for family, friends or a romantic weekend get away, you could not ask for a more delightful retreat from the hustle and bustle of modern life, and you are within seconds of quiet countryside walks which can be as challenging as you wish; a stroll around the farm or on sheltered roads and footpaths, or up to the trig point on the top of Fforest, the nearest hill top of the Cambrian range at about 1300 feet. All without getting in the car. This is a stylish warm and peaceful building with underfloor heating throughout, supplied by an air source heat pump. It is well appointed, quiet and has lovely extensive countryside views and a sheltered terraced outside area to eat al fresco or just sit quietly. There is parking for numerous cars. Sleeps 4 in 2 bedrooms with the option of a 5th bed in the lounge or either bedroom. + short breaks (2 night minimum) + Romantic? Most definitely! + Two couples? Ideal. + For a group of friends? Perfect. + A family? Oh yes. - Smokers? Sorry, definitely not inside the building. - Pets? Not allowed at all, sorry. - Hen or stag parties? Sorry, definitely not; this is a quiet place, so no noisy groups please. The main shower room is spacious and has room for a wheel chair. There is a very quiet minor road running past the barn so walks with great views and without getting your shoes dirty are possible on the doorstep too. Owl Barn has under floor central heating with oak flooring in the main, tiled floor in the kitchen, and the shower rooms. There is plenty of room in the lounge for the fold-up bed, or it can go in either bedroom. The master bedroom with en suite shower room is at the end of the barn, and so would be quiet for a child using the fifth bed, if they needed to be in bed earlier than the rest of the group. Linen is provided for the extra fold up bed on request in advance. The second bedroom has a comfortable king size double bed. There is a communal shower room, which is spacious, and has a loo and spacious wetroom type shower with no step into the shower. A fold-up bed is provided for occasional use and linen is provided to make the bed up with, when requested. The kitchen is a chefs paradise; large with a breakfast bar island that seats 4. Stylish and well fitted, equipment includes; electric double oven, grill and ceramic hob with extractor fan, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, microwave, kettle, toaster, cafetiere and all the usual cooking utensils and pans etc. Superb views over the surrounding countryside. Ironing board, iron (and even soft water for the iron) and a hairdryer are all provided. A fold-up bed is provided for occasional use and linen is provided to make the bed up with, when requested. Living Room: Spacious sunny lounge with lovely outlook, 2 comfortable 3-4 seater sofas. WiFi, TV with DVD player, CD/radio, mP3/iPod connection. Extending dining table that can seat up to 10. A beautiful room with exposed stone wall and beams that is very relaxing. The corridor leading to the bedrooms and main shower room/ loo is pleasantly wide as befits the space. Towels and linen; Laundered, quality cotton sheets, duvet covers, and towels are provided at the start of your stay, and changed weekly for longer stays. Hand soaps also. Cleaning; The property is cleaned prior to your arrival, and weekly, with a linen change, for longer stays. Amenities/Facilities: hob oven fridge/freezer microwave dishwasher washing machine washing line and drying rack iron & ironing board smart TV and compact HiFi, internet access (ethernet & WiFi speed 6meg) central heating board games books CD's DVD's Guest AccessGuests have the whole of Owl Barn and the terraced outside area with tables and seating to themselves, along with several parking spaces. You are welcome to roam across the 160 acres of the farm (maps provided), which has several delightful spots for picnics, farm walks and some wonderful views. So bring your wellies, walking boots, coats and binoculars. You will see Red Kites, buzzards, sparrow hawks, starlings, swallows, wagtails, cuckoos, woodpeckers, crows, finches and probably lots of other birds and even, perhaps, the owl we named the barn after! See the moon rise through the trees, or gaze in awe at the Milky Way with the clear and dark night skies that we have. Squirrels, badgers, hares, sheep and cows as well as the occasional fox and feral cat too. Maybe the odd low flying fast jet or a Hercules, possibly even below where you are standing, which is always impressive, if loud! Interaction with GuestsI live on the farm in the main house across the yard, but I am often away too, so you may well not see me at all.... You will be given instructions by email about accessing the keys a couple of days prior to arrival. However, I am always available on the phone/email/(SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) etc. The NeighborhoodLlandovery is a pleasant market town, only 10 mins by car, along the leafy lane that leads down to the main road. Take your time along here; there are many blind bends and 20 mph is quite fast enough! Many shops, including a medium size supermarket, bakers, butchers, delis, cafes Post office, gift shops etc. A great Chinese takeaway, and the Three Horseshoes fish and chip restaurant and takeaway, both on the main street are recommended, and there are Indian and other fast food outlets. There are several good places to eat out; The Old Printing Office cafe (daytime) is my favourite, behind the shop. The Kings Head and Castle Hotels do good food, as does the Three Horse Shoes restaurant and takeaway. The town used to have over 30 pubs! But now there are approximately 10, and there a several country pubs in the Towy valley that make a good welcome and do food. I provide a detailed list in my welcome pack and handbook. Llandovery is the home of the Llandovery Drovers, a semi professional Welsh Premiership rugby side, and the centre of the small town is occupied by the famous Llandovery College, where many sporting greats have come to the notice of talent spotters, especially on the rugby field. There is a swimming pool, tennis squash and raquetball courts, bowls and croquet adjacent to the delightful Castle Fields cricket ground, next to the car park in the centre of town. A visit to the livestock market, beyond the town car park, on Tuesday mornings or most Fridays could be an interesting excursion. This lovely rural area is fantastic for the outdoors with walking, cycling, both on road and off, and we even have a great MTB trail within easy cycling range of the farm, Cwm Rhaeadr MTB forest trail; cycle over into the next valley, 30 mins, ride the trail, 45 mins /lap, dine in the Neuadd Arms in Cilycwm and ride back to Owl Barn at Penygaer. Phew! Or put the bike in the car to get there..... There are many other cycle and walking tracks through Crychan forest on the opposite side of our Bran valley, or ride/ walk out onto the hills of mid Wales or the Brecon Beacons, only 30 mins away. Visit; Lyn y Fan; the most fantastic (URL HIDDEN) is a delightful lake nestling in the cwm of Fan Fawr, the mountain in the view from the kitchen door; 35 mins in the car, then 40 mins walk to the lake. Magical with mystical stories about the Lady of the Lake! On to the top of Fan Fawr is a good hike, but what a view...yes, that is Somerset you can see from there! Gold Mines at DolauCothi 30 mins away by car Upper Towy valley, Cilycwm, Rhandirmwyn and on to the Lynne Brianne dam, the largest of it's type in Europe, walking/cycling, very scenic 35 mins to the dam up the Towy valley. Aberglasney; world famous gardens, 40 mins National Botanic Garden of Wales, Nantgaredig 45 mins Parc y Scarlets, Llanelli, home of Scarlets rugby 60+ mins Cardiff and the Millenium Stadium 80+ mins Swansea (football and Ospreys rugby) and The Gower peninsular, beaches, walking, etc 90 mins Llandeilo; shopping and architecture 30 mins Brecon; shopping and architecture 35 mins Laugharne; home of Dylan Thomas 65 mins Brechfa forest/Abergorgech; superb MTB trails, 35 mins Dan yr Ogof show caves open to the public 40 mins Ystradfellte; amazing walks in wonderful sheltered wooded valleys with waterfalls and caves Horse riding at Cae Iago Riding Centre, Ffarmers 35 mins Llangose lake; sailing, canoeing etc. beyond Brecon 40 mins Rallying; many events throughout the year, on the Eppynt military range or in Crychan and Halfway forests, 25 mins The area has fantastic roads for motorcyclists, and you will notice many of them visit the town for a cuppa on their travels in summer. Golf; there's a nine hole course just beside the river Towy. 10 mins Builth Wells has a good 18 hole course. 35 mins Builth Wells is also home to the annual Royal Wesh Show around the end of July, and the showground hosts many other events throughout the year. Fishing is possible on the Towy river that flows down its beautiful adjacent valley and past Llandovery, or at Springwater Lakes 30 mins away towards Lampeter. Getting AroundIt is best to arrive under your own steam by car, motorcycle (or even bike), although there is a train service to Llandovery which is on the Heart of Wales line, between Swansea (connects with mainline to London) and Shrewsbury. Buses run to Brecon and Carmarthen from Llandovery. There are several local taxi firms that would happily collect and return you to the farm. It's a steady climb of around 500 feet in 3 miles to the farm from Llandovery, so keep a bit in reserve to get back if you are going out for a cycle ride! More info in my welcome notes, that I will email you before you arrive, and in the folder in the house, along with local maps etc. Other Things to NoteAll the main UK mobile networks have pretty good 3G coverage, but you may find the odd dead spot inside, due to the thickness of the stone walls. O2 is the worst for that, but has a good signal in most rooms, and outside, of course. The WiFi speed at 6 meg each way is healthy enough to stream videos etc, and we have a Netflix subscription so you will be spoilt for choice with films & iPlayer etc Sky Sports is possible on request, and for a small charge (~£15per week).
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                    Bedroom
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                    The SpaceComfortable double room within detached house in quiet residential street which offers the opportunity to relax, unwind and do your own thing. Double Bedroom with wardrobe, drawers and table Tea and Coffee making facilities 3 minutes walk from Llandovery town 2 minutes walk from railway station (no there is no train noise) Free Wifi internet access Bathroom with WC, WHB, bath and shower (you have sole bathroom use apart from shower) Free off street parking All bed linen provided Bathroom towels provided Central heating and double glazing Use of garden if you wish Room listed as 'Room only', cleaned before every check-in, thereafter the room is yours, clean bed linen and towels available, however help yourself to a small choice of cereal and toast. TV available in main lounge, DVD player/monitor in room with basic choice of DVD's Guest AccessMethod of entry will be advised on day of stay. Interaction with GuestsYou may see me you may not, I live a busy life, I am always available by phone should you need me. The NeighborhoodLovely quiet street, near to town but away from traffic, easy access to main A40 Getting AroundBus stops and train stations within a few minutes walk. Other Things to NoteMy aim is to provide good value friendly, basic accommodation, there are no 'airs or graces' here, you are welcome to share my comfortable home, in return I expect the trust and respect that comes with AirBnB membership. The outside front and some parts of house are work in progress although this does not affect the room please be aware it is not palace.
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                    hotels
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                    When you stay at Merlin Cottages in Llandovery, you'll be within the vicinity of Llandovery Castle. This 4-star cottage is within the region of The Cambrian Woollen Mill and Dolaucothi Gold Mines. Make yourself at home in one of the 3 guestrooms, featuring kitchens with refrigerators and stovetops. Have private patios. LCD televisions and DVD players are provided for your entertainment, while complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected. Conveniences include microwaves and coffee/tea makers, and you can also request cribs/infant beds (complimentary). Amenities Make use of convenient amenities such as complimentary wireless Internet access, an arcade/game room, and a picnic area. Free self parking is available onsite.
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                    Excellent
                    2 reviews
                    2br cottage
                    • Pets Allowed
                    Pen-y-banc occupies a sheltered elevated site overlooking the beautiful valley of the river Tywi, facing south towards the Carmarthen Fans ( part of the Brecon Beacons National Park ). The farmhouse,according to Cadw, was a Hall house, with the west end ( where part of a cruck beam is exposed) probably dating back to the late 15th century. The traditional stone-built, slate-roofed buildings surround the original farmyard, & comprise an open cartshed (with granary above ), barn,stable &cow-house.; The latter has been converted into comfortable, centrally-heated self-catering accommodation.
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                    3br house
                    • Pets Allowed
                    In Castle Street: a quiet corner of the historic market town of Llandovery with no through traffic, yet near the centre of town. A comfortable, historic cottage with a welcoming atmosphere. Car parking nearby. Children and pets welcome. There is a great playground nearby. Local shops, cafes, restaurants and takeaways are just a short walk away. Great centre for walking and other outdoor activities in beautiful countryside. Near a railway station on the scenic "Heart of Wales" route. Royal Welsh Showground is 40 minutes drive away and accessible by train. Brecon Beacons attractions, National Botanic Garden, Aberglasney, Dinevwr Castle, Gold mine and many other places of interest within easy driving distance. Seaside destinations within an hour's drive. The cottage is in a quiet, very pretty mews-style street in the conservation area of the historic market town of Llandovery. The castle is less than 100 metres from the house. The town has a number of small local businesses including plenty of places to eat and drink. There is a good fenced playground about 150 metres from the house. Although the cottage does not have a dedicated parking place, there are shared free parking spaces very near the house. There is also a public car park adjacent to the castle from which the local buses run. The railway station is about 10 minutes walk from the house.
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                    Poor
                    19 reviews
                    18br inn
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                    • Gym
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                    • Pets Allowed
                    • Swimming Pool
                    • Wifi
                    Located in the heart of Llandovery, this historic inn is 0.1 mi (0.1 km) from Llandovery Castle and within 12 mi (20 km) of The Cambrian Woollen Mill and Dolaucothi Gold Mines. Brecon Golf Club and Brecon Beacons National Park are also within 25 mi (40 km).
                    Hotel
                    4-star Hotel
                    This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
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                    hotel
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                    • Pets Allowed
                    • Swimming Pool
                    • Wifi
                    Merlin Cottages is a great choice for a stay in Llandovery. Freebies like WiFi and self parking are added perks, and guests looking to stay active can check out the nearby hiking/biking trails. Accommodations at this upscale property feature conveniences like kitchens, along with patios and living rooms.
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                    22 reviews
                    9br hotel
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                    • Gym
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                    • Pets Allowed
                    • Swimming Pool
                    • Wifi
                    Situated in Llandovery, this inn is 0.1 mi (0.2 km) from Llandovery Castle and within 12 mi (20 km) of Dolaucothi Gold Mines and The Cambrian Woollen Mill. Brecon Golf Club and Brecon Beacons National Park are also within 25 mi (40 km).
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                    hotel
                    • Breakfast
                    • Gym
                    • Parking
                    • Pets Allowed
                    • Swimming Pool
                    • Wifi
                    Merlin Cottages is a great choice for a stay in Llandovery. Freebies like WiFi and self parking are added perks, and guests looking to stay active can check out the nearby hiking/biking trails. Accommodations at this upscale property feature conveniences like kitchens, along with patios and living rooms.
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                    2br house
                    • Pets Allowed
                    Pentrebach Cottage is a traditional stone cottage with a new well built additional wing. The cottage is situated in a very peaceful valley between Llandovery and Halfway on the western side of the National Park, an ideal location for those wishing particularly to be close to the newly designated Fforest Fawr Geopark, the first in Wales. The Forestry Commission have set up the excellent Crychan Forest Trails that also join up with The Eppynt Way, thus giving 65 km. of walking and mountain bike trails. From the cottage there are walks up into the surrounding hills.
                    apartment
                    2br apartment
                    • Pets Allowed
                    This beautifully designed and furnished cottage is on the upper level of the 17th Century barn (with storage for bicycles underneath) and is reached up interior Welsh slate stone stairs with oak banisters. Cwmgwyn Farm Cottage has been recently restored to a very high standard retaining all the original oak beams, complemented by the Welsh Oak floor, traditional "brace and latch" doors and the original stonework. This 200 acre farm is in red kite country, and is bordered by the River Towy with a mile of trout and salmon fishing on both banks (to be discussed with the owner). Llandovery is approximately 2 miles. The owner also does Bed and Breakfast in the farmhouse if friends or family wish to join guests for a couple of days. Notes: Not suitable for children under the age of 4 years due to slate steps.
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                    4br house
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                    • Pets Allowed
                    Henllys is one our most Eco-friendly and "Green" houses sleeping eight visitors in 4 lovely bedrooms with three bathrooms - two en-suite. With Table Football and an enormous choice of Board Games. This inspired rebuild of the 17th century Henllys Lodge has an interesting swooping curve at the back of the building which makes for soft sweeping rounded lines in the kitchen and bedrooms above. The house which has been brilliantly well insulated is always warm and comfortable with its locally sourced oak floors with under floor heating, reclaimed granite work top. This is a truly superb 5 star property with a Visit Wales Award for Walkers and Cyclists and the Gold Award for Green Tourism - so a very special place to stay. Recently stayed in by Richard Hammond from Green Traveller who loved it. This is a great place to stay for visiting Llandeilo and Llandovery, only 2 miles and up into Mid Wales and the West Wales Coast. Aberglasney Gardens and The National Botanical Gardens of Wales, Dinefwr Park and Castle run by the National Trust are all a very short drive.