Llandeilo 3.9 miles.
Gwennol Cottage is one of three beautiful converted barns at Golden Grove in the Carmarthenshire countryside, enjoying an idyllic and peaceful location on a hillside with stunning views over the valley and countryside beyond.
This is a rare find for groups of families, friends, avid ramblers, beachcombers and those alike to call home, as they enjoy this glorious part of Wales, with both coast and countryside awaiting to be enjoyed.
Enter into the dwelling and discover the sitting room, where the characterful stone-built wall is a striking element to this room, as is the plush seating arrangement, which is awaiting to be curled into after a day bracing the Welsh hills.
From here, find the fully-equipped kitchen, boasting an electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and washing machine, as well as a formal dining table where you can delight in your home-cooked dishes with your loved ones around you.
As the evening draws to a close, discover a superb double bedroom on the ground floor, boasting a super-king-size bed and en-suite bathroom, whilst on the first floor there is a twin bedroom, which has access to its own en-suite shower room.
During the balmy evenings, look forward to lighting up the barbecue and enjoying a spot of alfresco dining upon the private patio, or take the time to a enjoy a fabulous woodland walk from the front door and go and say hello to the rare breed of sheep that the owner's breed.
Take a stroll into the nearby village of Golden Grove, where a charming pub awaits you, whilst the town of Llandeilo, set in the heart of the Towy Valley has a larger selection of amenities, including individual shops, galleries, pubs, delicatessens and eateries.
Promising wonderful days out for the whole family is the National Botanic Garden of Wales and Aberglasney, a garden lost in time, both of which rest just moment away from the cottage, whilst the bustling town of Carmarthen is slightly further afield but is well-worth a look around.
Outdoor activities are in abundance here too, with a network of mountain bike trails within the Brechfa Forest to explore and fishing on the River Towey, great for salmon and sewin.
Avid ramblers can enjoy the array of woodland walks in the area, where you can catch glimpses of red kites, owls, badgers and deer, as well as the more challenging treks upon the Black Mountain and the Brecon Beacons National Park.
Beach seekers can take a scenic drive to the Gower Peninsula, home to a collection of wonderful beaches with great surfing opportunities upon the Three Cliffs Bay and Rhossili Bay; there is certainly something for everyone here.
Secure your stay at Gwennol Cottage at look forward to an action-packed getaway.