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Welsh cottages sleeps 4 from 135 for 3nts United Kingdom


The Cottage Garden where you can enjoy a glass of wine
The Cottage Garden where you can enjoy a glass of wine
Cottage Garden One of the many Waterfalls within easy driving distance The Cottage in the snow
views from the cottage Dan yr Ogof caves Pretty Handkerchief tree in Gelli Aur
Peacock at Gelli Aur showing off Wildlife in the park Neath
The Cottage Garden where you can enjoy a glass of wine The Kitchen The light and spacious Living Area
The Dining area The Waterfall adjacent to the Cottage down a lane The  Front of the Cottage
The Double Bedroom View from the Black Mountains Views and scenery in Gelli Aur Park
Overlooking Rhossili Beach from the cliffs Another view of Rhossili Beach watch out for surfers and paragliders One of the Waterfalls near Neath
Dinefwr Castle, one of the many in the area

Cottage in Wales, United Kingdom



Property Details of Wales Cottage

This lovely cottage is only 6 miles from the end of the M4 motorway making it easily accessible and there are no dirt tracks to go along either. This delightful cottage is entered into via the porch where you can take your coat off and kick your shoes off and leave the madding world behind whilst you enjoy your stay in this comfortable self catering cottage. From the porch you enter into the light and spacious living/dining room where directly in front of you are the stairs. The living/dining room has traditional exposed beams and wall lights. By the side of the stairs is the extendable round table and 4 chairs. In the living area you will find a settee, sofa bed, sideboard and TV with DVD player as well as coffee table. Also for your entertainment are reading books, board games and a selection of DVD's including childrens. The seperate kitchen is off the living area and has everything you need for your self catering holiday including electrical items such as kettle, toaster, microwave etc and gas cooker. Also there is the usual kitchen equipment crockery, saucepans, cutlery etc. Also provided are a T-towel, Towel and J cloth for your convenience. The Kitchen houses a set of French doors which open out into the garden where you can sit on the patio and enjoy a meal or glass of wine. The stairs leads you up to the first floor and the bedroom which also has traditional ceiling beams, here you will find a double bed and if required a travel cot. Also in the bedroom there is a fully tiled ensuite shower room with a power shower, toilet and handbasin. The bedroom is also furnished with a wardrobe, a dressing table and chest of drawers. There are two windows to the front overlooking the views.

Local Area Details

The cottage is in a lovely area and is in easy reach of beach, mountains, parks, gardens, castles, golfing, horse riding, clay pigeon shooting as well as shopping and a whole lot more.
Passenger Steam train rides as well as a lot more

A new Childrens Play Centre and Skating Rink has just opened only 15 minutes away from the cottages

The county of Carmarthenshire isn't called the 'Garden of Wales' for nothing. Its titled is inspired by the landscapes in which the gardens are set in.

Carmarthenhire is a county of quiet pleasures. Its attractions and activites, in the main, are rooted in its rich landscapes and farming traditions.

Ensure you plan a visit to each of the gardens and working farm in Carmarthenshire.

National Botanic Gardens

Visit the first National Botanic Garden of Wales. Discover how the rarest plants in the owrld are being preserved and learn a little a bit more about the world.

Hywel Dda gardens and Interpretive Centre

A memorial to commemorate one of Wales' greatest historical figures Hywel ap 'Cadell' King of Wales.

Aberglasney Gardens

Spectaculary set in the beautiful Tywi Valley, Aberglasney Gardens has been an inspiration to poets since 1477

Aberdeunant Farm

In an unspoilt setting the farmhouse provides a rare insight into an aspect of agricultural life that has all but disappeared.

Heritage Site

Visit the unique welsh gold mines amid the wooded hillsides, Dinefwr Park in all its glory with medieval deer park, historic Newton house and Dinefwr Castle or walk up the nature trails to the site of the Iron Age on Merlin's Hill. Experience it all in Carmarthenshire.

Discover Carmarthenshire in its past and present state. From the historic goldmines of Dolaucothi, to the magic of Merlin's Hill
Merlin's Hill Centre
Discover the secrets, walk the nature trails and experience breathtaking views.
Dolaucothi Goldmines
Visitors can take guided tours of the ancient yet sophisticated workings and also see a new exhibition on the history of mining at this unusal and intriguing site.
Dinefwr Park

Situated in large, bold landscapes the work of Celebrated 18th Century landscape artisit 'Capability Brown'. Pop into Gelli Aur Country Park situated next door

Craft Centres
Enjoy the art and craft work of local artisits. Work is available to view on display or purchase as a souvenir of your Carmarthenshire holiday

Carmarthenshire offers world class arts and crafts. Why not visit one of the following crafts centres and have the opportunity to purchase a truly original piece of work either as a gift for someone special or as a souvenir to remind you of your time in Carmarthenshire.
Glyn Coch Craft Centre

Visit the centre for locally hand made crafts, pottery and artisit studio. Enjoy a break in the tea room.

West Wales Centre for Crafts

The centre is situated in St.Clears - steeped in history and legend with strong links to the mabinogion tales of old.
Why not visit for the latest events, take a break in the coffee house, explore the gallery or purchase a gift or souvenir.

Dylan Thomas Boathouse

Dylan Thomas was one of the greatest writers from Wales and a giant in the 20th century. The most renowned in a school of Anglo-Welsh writers that flourished during that period. He made particular use of the, then, new mass media technologies of broadcasting and recording.
Dylan Thomas was born in Swansea but his family roots were in Carmarthenshire and it was this county that provided him with a constant source of inspiration.
He lived at the Boathouse for the last four years of his life during which time many major pieces of work were written - including Under Milk Wood.
The Boathouse, where Dylan and Caitlin lived with their children, Aeronwy, Llewelyn and Colm from 1949 to 1953, is now a heritage centre. The house now contains audio visual presentations, original furnishings and memorabilia, a themed bookshop, tea room, viewing platform and terrace.
Set in a cliff overlooking the glorious, 'heron priested' Taf Estuary the Boathouse offers a fascinating visit including memorabilia, interpretation, bookshop and tea-room.

The Boat House is open every day throughout the year (with exception to Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Years Day) with seasonal hours that apply through the summer and winter months.

Pembrey Ski

You don't need to holiday in the Austrian or Swiss Alps to learn how to ski and board and in fact you can become an expert without even setting foot on a snow-covered mountain.
At Ski Pembrey, our two separate ski and snowboard areas can cater for all our customers, whether you are going skiing or boarding for the first time, brushing up on your technique or ever organising a group, the centre has something to offer you.
Situated in Pembrey Country Park, set against the spectacular backdrop of the Gower Peninsula and overlooking the coastal scenery of Carmarthen Bay, Ski Pembrey offers one of the most up to date facilities in the whole of Wales.
Opened in 1998, the superbly equipped centre is open all year round with an Alpine Ski Lodge and Café, a floodlit 130m main slope, a 40m nursery area with sprinkler systems and button lift, mountain bike hire as well as the “Cobra”, the ultimate toboggan ride.


Also available:-
• Skiing & Snowboarding courses for groups/individiuals
• Hire of ski equipment
• Birthday parties catered for
• Hot & cold refreshments
• Huge range of equipment & clothing for sale in shop + equipment servicing
Beaches Lakes & Water Activities
Carmarthenshire is home to the award winning eight mile Cefn Sidan beach. Winner of the Blue Flag & Seaside Award again in 2002, the beach has won the European Blue Flag Award eleven times out of the past fourteen years.

The eight miles of sandy beach is fringed by sand dunes and has magnificent views overlooking the Gower coastline.

Carmarthenshire is also well-blessed with two major estuaries, the Three Rivers Estuary and the Burry Inlet/Loughor Estuary.

These beautiful locations are excellent for fishing, boating, walking and observing wildlife.

The list is endless for things to do including Fishing, Boating, Quad Biking, Horse Riding, Abseiling, canoeing etc.
Dan-YR-Ogof caves is worth a visit too with it's Dinosaur Park and other fun things



Welsh cottages sleeps 4 from 135 for 3nts United Kingdom Property Information

Type:Cottage
Location:Wales, United Kingdom
This Property Sleeps:4
Minimum Price Per Night:£45
Maximum Price Per Night:£55
Nearest Airport:Cardiff (CWL), United Kingdom (airport code CWL)
Notes
A deposit is required on booking if you book for the week it is £100 if booking per night £50 is required Balance is required 8 weeks before vacation unless it is booked less than 8 weeks then balance is to be paid in full

Property Features

  • Close to a golf course
  • Children are allowed

Accommodation and Facilities Summary

Theme Quiet yet close to local activity, Away from it all
Accommodation Changeover Day Fri, Size: Spacious, Accommodation Type: Self Catering
Suitability Non Smoking Only, Unsuitable for the elderly or infirm, Wheelchair inaccessible, Children Welcome, Family Oriented, No Pets
Outside Garden, Parking, Patio
Location In the Country, Distance to Airport 50-100km, Distance to local restaraunts 2km, Distance to convenience store 2km, Distance to beach >5km, In the mountains
Local Area The local town is Lively but not wild, Distance to Local Town Centre 2km, Restaurants, Quiet Bars and Pubs
Local Activities Water Sports, Diving, Mountaineering, Windsurfing, Walking, Swimming, Water Skiing, Sailing, Mountain Biking, Horse Riding, Golf, Fishing, Cycling
Living Room Fireplace, Fold Out Beds Sleeping 1, Sofas 2, Seating for 4 People
Laundry Ironing Board, Iron, Towels Provided, Linen Provided
Kitchen Toaster, Grill, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Oven, Hob, Microwave, Crockery & Cutlery Provided, High Chair Available
Entertainment DVD Player, Video, TV, Satellite or Cable
Dining Dining room, Seating for 4 People, Dining room table
Heat/Cooling Electric Heaters, Central Heating
Bedroom Ensuites 1, Pull-out Beds 1, Doubles 1
Bathroom Shower Rooms 1, Toilets 1

Contact Information for Welsh cottages sleeps 4 from 135 for 3nts United Kingdom

Name: june smith
Telephone: 0044-01269-597248
Alt Telephone: 0044-07548-236019
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