About the property
- Cottage1011 sq. ft.
- Half Baths0
- Minimum Stay0 - 7 nights
Sleeps 2 Adults, 4 Children + 1 Infant
Two Bedrooms: King-size bed, Childrens Bedroom with two bunk beds , plus Infants cot room.
Stylish triple-aspect cottage with a wood burner fire.
Fully equipped kitchen: Electric cooker/hob, microwave, toaster, kettle, refrigerator with top-box freezer and washing machine.
3 Seeter sofa and three armchairs.
Table and 6 chairs (+ highchair available). TV and DVD player and DVD's.
Bathroom with bath, shower cubicle, wash-hand basin and toilet.
Wardrobes with hangers, chest of drawers, bedside tables and lights.
All linen is inclusive, but towels are an extra at £5 per set including bath towel, hand towel and face towel.
Pets accepted at £20 each.
There has rarely been a visitor to Gwarmacwydd, that has not commented on how special a location we have here. Not many people know that we are here, as we are hidden down a half a mile lane away from any traffic. Surrounded by 450 acres of Organic land, inclusive of over 50 acres of woodland and a 2 mile stretch of the river Taf.
There are plenty of farm walks for you to explore what we have to offer.
The lounge and main bedroom looks out on to the garden. Our large garden includes plenty of room to roam, with a children's play area, swings, and trampoline.There are a number of picnic tables dotted around the garden available to use .
The market town of Narberth is only 10 minutes away, with a delightful range of eclectic shops and antique stores.
We are only a 20 minute drive from Laugharne - home of famous Welsh poet, writer and broadcaster; Dylan Thomas. With his boat house still remaining as it was. A great setting in which to admire the Taf river estuary, and stroll along to Laugharne castle.
The harbor seaside town of Tenby is a 25 minute drive. Walk along Tenby’s South Beach toward Giltar Point and the start of the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path for fantastic views of Caldey Island.
The closest train station to us would be Whitland, with every train stopping at this station. From here you can continue onward to Milford Haven and Tenby, or all the way to London and Manchester.
Traveline.cymru are always willing to help with public transport arrangements!
*The Old Coach House is attached onto The Butlers, and has double fire doors in-between which can be opened if a larger party wish to let both cottages together. Ideal for Grandparents on holiday with their family.
- Response time:
- within one hour
- english, Welsh
- Calendar last updated:
- May 23, 2018
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David’s farm – Wales – Gwarmacwydd
A country estate and organic farm of over 450 acres set in the vale of the river Taf.
Deep in the rolling hills and valleys of South West Wales, yet easy to get to as almost the whole journey from major cities is by motorway or dual carriageway – the A40 trunk road is 3 miles, and the dual carriage way connection to the M4, 8 miles
Every one of our holiday cottages has its own unique features, character and layout.
Each cottage has been lovingly converted from traditional farm buildings, parts of which are over 200 years old. Wherever possible original detail and stonework has been retained, both inside and out, in order to give each cottage its own personality and style.
All our holiday cottages are equipped with the modern comforts of home.
Within the estate boundaries you can quietly explore and enjoy the beauty of the South West Wales countryside.
• Amble for miles along the banks of the river Taf, or pause to fish for salmon or trout.
• Explore the many paths that lead among grassy meadows.
• Picnic among wooded glades.
• Walk along our tranquil nature trail - the old Whitland to Cardigan railway, now long disused.
• Walk through over 50 acres of ancient oak and ash woodlands.
• Children's can enjoy the adventure play area, with swings, slide, Wooden Fort, and a trampoline in summer
• A unique Tractor Driving experience can be arranged
• Farm tours and safaris are also available.
Experience a real working farm in action.
From calving to ploughing, seed sowing to harvest, there is always something going on.
Visit us at different times of the year to experience every season. Enjoy picnics in the gardens and fields or late evening barbeques in summer, there iare the newly sprouted flowers and newborn calves in spring, the aroma of freshly cut hay or array of different coloured leaves in autumn and finally the fresh crisp winter mornings. Come for a week or a short break, we are open all year round.