Dyffryn Lodge is a charming single-storey home located in Drefach, Carmarthenshire, resting within a prime, rural setting.
With its surrounding woodland views and proximity to both the Brecon Beacons National Park and the Carmarthenshire coastline, Dyffryn Lodge is the perfect place for outdoor enthusiasts or couples seeking a tranquil getaway.
Before heading indoors, take advantage of the one off-road parking space, alongside the owners abode.
To access the open-plan living and sleeping area, which is arranged in a studio-style configuration, climb the exterior steps towards the lodge.
Take advantage of the small kitchen to prepare easy meals that can be enjoyed at the table for two or outside by the fire pit.
When the sun begins to set over West Wales, relax in front of the crackling wood burner before climbing into the sumptuous double bed.
Enjoy an early morning stroll around your private garden, which offers a peaceful and quiet space to unwind, before getting ready for your next adventure, in the exterior shower room, complete with a separate WC.
If you can manage to drag yourself away, make sure to visit Drefach to restock on the necessities and to dine out at the Mansel Arms for some classic cuisine.
Travel to the National Botanic Garden of Wales which houses the world's largest single span glasshouse and is home to the British Bird of Prey Centre and to charming Aberglasney Gardens up the beautiful Tywi Valley or hike up to Paxton's Tower, a National Trust property brimming with character and history.
Head for Carmarthen, where you take advantage of a multitude of shopping options and from there, ride the Gwili Steam Railway through the county for a trip back in time.
For a coastal stroll, the Wales Coast Path is just a short drive away head whilst nearby Llanelli is the home to Parc Howard Museum and the WWT Wetland Centre.
A visit to Pembrey Country Park and to nearby Kidwelly Castle is also a must whilst visiting Carmarthenshire.
Make wonderful memories at Dyffryn Lodge.