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Mulberry Cottage is one of two recently refurbished cottages; Teal Cottage also accommodating two.

Sleeps2
Bedrooms 1
Bathrooms1
Property type cottage
Minimum Stay 1 - 3 nights

Overview

About the property

One double bedroom with en-suite shower room. Enclosed garden. Sleeps two.

Mulberry Cottage is one of two recently refurbished cottages; Teal Cottage also accommodating two guests, is located next door. They were originally used for corn threshing and a pig sty! The properties are set within stunning countryside close to the ancient market town Llandeilo, which has a wealth of interesting, individual shops, galleries, pubs and restaurants.

This holiday cottage at a glance

Sleeps two guests.

One double bedroom with en-suite shower room.

Lovely, enclosed garden.

Sorry, no babies, children or pets.

Parking for one vehicle.

Minimum of a two night stay.

Additional features

Converted barn.

Ideal for a Romantic Retreat.

Exposed beams.

Beautiful views.

Underfloor heating and electric flame effect wood burning stove.

Electric oven, gas hob, microwave, fridge with freezer compartment, washing machine.

Flatscreen TV, DVD player, radio/CD player.

Patio furniture and barbecue.

Secure storage for bikes.

Attractions and nearby amenities

Some fascinating attractions to visit are the historic Dinefwr Park and Castle or the local parish church where there is a digital copy of the Llandeilo Fawr Gospels.

The cottage is within easy reach of the breathtaking scenery of the Brecon Beacons National Park, the beaches of West Wales and the splendid gardens of the Towy valley. The National Botanic Gardens of Wales, with its great glasshouse, and Aberglasney Gardens are just minutes away. The bustling town of Carmarthen and the city of Swansea are both easily reached by car.

There is superb fishing in the area with the river Towy providing excellent salmon and sewin (sea trout) fishing.

The cottages are located between several excellent mountain bike trails.

For nature lovers, the area abounds with wildlife, with red kites regularly seen from the barns. The Gower Peninsular has some wonderful beaches with great surfing, including Three Cliffs Bay which is less than 25 miles away.

More Details

Property Manager
Rural Retreats Holidays Ltd
Speaks: english
Response time:
Within a few days
Response rate:
37%
Calendar last updated:
August 18, 2018

Amenities

Llanwrda Cottage Accommodation and Amenities

Property Type:
  • cottage
Theme:
  • Farm Holidays
  • Romantic
General:
  • Heating
  • Parking
  • Washing Machine
Kitchen:
  • Kitchen
Bathrooms:
  • 1 Bathroom
  • First floor: En-suite shower room - toilet , shower , En-suite shower room
  • En suite shower room.
Bedrooms:
  • 1 Bedroom, Sleeps 2
  • First floor: Double bedroom - 1 king , Double bedroom with 5' zip and link bed (can be two singles)
  • Double bedroom with 5' zip and link bed (can convert two 2'6" singles upon request).
Entertainment:
  • Television
Outside:
  • Lawn / Garden
Sports & Adventure Activities:
  • cycling
  • fishing
  • golf
Notes:
Underfloor heating and electric flame effect woodburning stove. Electric oven, gas hob, microwave, fridge with freezer compartment, washing machine. Flatscreen TV, DVD player, radio/CD player. Patio furniture and barbecue. Secure storage for bikes.

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Other Activities:

The Gower Peninsular has some wonderful beaches with great surfing, including Three Cliffs Bay which is less than 25 miles away.

There is superb fishing in the area too with the river Towy providing excellent salmon and sewin (sea trout) fishing, whilst for those more active the cottages are located between several excellent mountain bike trails. For nature lovers, the area abounds with wildlife, with red kites regularly seen from the barns.

Red Kite Feeding Centre, Llanddeusant, Llangadog, SA19 9YG. 01550 740617

Llanddeusant Red Kite Feeding Station was opened in the summer of 2002 by a local partnership with support from the Brecon Beacons National Park, the Welsh Red Kite Trust and various other notable wildlife organisations and individuals. The centre is designed to fit naturally into the landscape and to provide bird lovers the ideal opportunity to witness Red Kites, Buzzards and other birds feeding. Visitors may sit in the specially built hide only feet away from diving birds and observe them competing naturally for the meat provided by the feeding centre at regular times throughout the year. Usually around 50+ birds may be seen gathering before the feed, soaring high into the sky until they start diving onto their food. In addition to Kites, Buzzards and Ravens may also join the fun!

Dolaucothi Gold Mines, Pumsaint, Llanwrda, SA19 8US, 01558 650177

These unique gold mines are set amid wooded hillsides overlooking the beautiful Cothi Valley. 2,000 years ago, the powerful Romans left behind a glimpse of gold-mining methods. The harsh mining environment continued in the 19th and 20th centuries, ending in 1938. Guided tours take you back to experience the conditions of the Roman, Victorian and 1930s underground workings. See and hear the 1930s mine and mine machinery. Have a go at gold panning and take the opportunity to experience the frustrations of searching for real gold.

National Botanic Garden of Wales, Llanarthne, Carmarthenshire SA32 8HG 01558 668768

Situated in the Towy Valley, the National Botanic Garden of Wales is a £43 million project, conceived by painter William Wilkins in the mid-1980s and erected on the site of the former Middleton Hall, the estate of which had been purchased by Carmarthenshire County Council in the 1930s after the house burnt down in 1931. Spanning 568 acres, the centrepiece of the garden is the Great Glasshouse which was fully opened on 24 May 2000. Designed by Norman Foster and Partners, it conserves many rare and endangered species of plants from six Mediterranean climate areas across the world: Australia, California, the Canary Islands, Chile, the Mediterranean Basin and South Africa.

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Notes

  • rental notes on extra

  • Contractual booking deposit: 33.00% rent