Llanstephan Chalet Rental Photos and Description
On quiet child friendly site in rural location, with pool and near to sea.
A delightful home-from-home, self-catering cedarwood chalet on a quiet site with covered swimming pool and a sunbathing garden, which is open during the school summer holidays. For children, there is a play area.
The site also has stunning views of the Towy Valley and surrounding countryside.
The chalet consists of a lounge, kitchen-diner, bathroom, with a combined bath & shower. Three bedrooms, one with a double bed, one with bunk beds (adult size) and a room with a single bed.
Television with satellite freeview, DVD player plus a music hi-fi.
Duvets and pillows are provided, but please bring your own bed linen and towels, or we can provide linen at an additional cost of £20.
If required, the site has a laundry facility, opposite the chalet.
Elmrise Park is situated four miles from Carmarthen Town on the Towy Estuary, close to the seaside village of Llansteffan. It is well located for a wide range of fantastic visitor attractions in the region, including:
* The National Botanic Gardens of Wales
* The seaside resort of Tenby
* Laugharne and writer Dylan Thomas' Boathouse
* Pembrey Park
* Llanelli National Coastal Park
* Penclacwydd Wildfowl Reserve
* Folly Farm and Oakwood Leisure Park
* Pendine Sands
' Saundersfoot and Wiseman's Bridge
Locally, attractions include Llansteffan Beach and Scott's Bay, Llansteffan Castle and woodland and hill walks.
In the village of Llansteffan, there are several pub-restaurants, a shop, post office and beach shop.
The nearby village of Johnstown has a Spar shop and in Carmarthen, there is a thriving shopping centre, with an indoor market, street market, local independent shops and high street stores and a large 24-hour Tesco store.
- pets not allowed
- suitable for elderly or infirm
- children welcome
- wheelchair inaccessible
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- non smoking only
About Sue Crowle
We are a family from Cardiff who like to spend time away from the city in the peace and quiet of west Wales, where the pace of life is very relaxing.
Sue Crowle purchased this chalet in 2003
Why Sue Crowle chose Llanstephan
We spent a couple of years holidaying in west Wales and fell in love with the area. When we were fortunate enough to take up the opportunity to buy a chalet, we were delighted with our decision. We've had years of happy experiences and memories exploring the beautiful coastline and local attractions. Why the name Milkwood for the chalet? This is the wonderful landscape that inspired Dylan Thomas, the writer of Under Milkwood, who lived close by in Laugharne.
What makes this chalet unique
We loved the fact the chalet site is on a river estuary, close to the seaside village of Llansteffan, which boasts a medieval castle and the tranquil Scott's Bay. We can jump in the car and in a couple of minutes, we're in Llansteffan for a country walk, play on the beach or sitting eating ice cream, taking in the sea view. Fantastic.