Kidwelly, Kidwelly

Hawton

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3

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Fishing Nearby / On-Site

Wi-Fi

Close To Coast

Pets - Allowed

Property Info

General Info

A fantastic touring base, with beaches, historic towns, castles and traditional Welsh pubs to explore!. Ground floor: Living/dining room/kitchen with tiled floor. Utility room with tiled floor. Separate toilet. First floor: 3 bedrooms: 1 double with beams and en-suite bathroom with shower over bath and toilet, 2 twin, one with beams. Bathroom with shower over bath and toilet. Wooden floors throughout. Woodburner in living room (initial fuel included). Oil central heating, electricity, bed linen and towels included. Cot. High chair. Bed guards on request. Two digital TVs. DVD and small library. CD. iPod dock. Electric cooker. Microwave. Washing machine. Dishwasher. Freezer. Wi-fi. Enclosed lawned garden with patio and furniture. Portable barbecue. Ample parking. Cycle store. Private hot tub. Welcome pack. No smoking.

These beautifully renovated detached Welsh barns, Bryntowy (ref W43063), Ty Llo (ref W43266) and Coal House (ref W43267), stand a few yards apart, and a small terraced row of three (300 yards from the barns), comprising Wyth-y-Nant (ref W42214) and Hawton (ref W41830), both end terraced properties. All welcome children, and provide a travel cot and highchair; Bryntowy also supplies as baby bath on request. They are all situated on Carmarthen Bay in the coastal setting between Ferryside and Kidwelly. Tastefully decorated throughout, each bursts with character including original stone walls and beams. Close to the historic castle at Kidwelly and just a short drive to Carmarthen. Beaches at Ferryside, Pembrey and Llanstephan are all within easy driving distance. Enjoy a day at Fos Las racecourse, only a 15-minute drive. The holiday cottages provide an ideal location from which to enjoy the sandy beaches of Pembrokeshire and the Gower, the latter renowned for being Britain’s first AONB. Spend your days exploring the historic town of Laugharne, famously known for the iconic boathouse of Welsh poet Dylan Thomas, and visit the castle and traditional Welsh pubs where fresh fish is always on the menu. Don’t miss a visit to the National Botanical Garden of Wales and Aberglasney Gardens. Golf, riding, fishing and water sports nearby. Shop 2 miles, pub and restaurant ¾ mile.
These properties can be booked together to accommodate up to 32 guests.
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The Hot Tub

  • Hot tub is private for your use only
  • Electric
  • Quite secluded
  • Seats 4 people
  • Not sunken
  • Not undercover
  • Located outside

Location

Reviews

It wasn't just a stay it was "An experience". We decided to have a Christmas get away as a family. When we arrived the cottage was decorated in tradition Christmas style Tree included. The real log burner added to the magic. We played board games and drank hot chocolate and forgot the world outside. It was magically Christmassy. The hot tub under the stars was an additional bonus as there were lots of shooting starts to be seen. All facilities to cook everything from breakfast to a full roast. The beach walk topped of the most amazing weekend. We will see you again next year.

Ryan 19/12/2020

Lovely relaxing setting for a complete shutdown from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Beautiful beach walks and historical settings. Hot tub was delightful. Kitchen well equiped allowing me to feed the family with some delicious food. Loved it.

Michael 13/04/2021

The cottage is beautiful , it’s clean and well equipped with great thought given to what visitors need and want, the hot tub is fab and it was lovely to have a wood burner . The tv signal isn’t great but there is a huge selection of great dvds to watch . The great problem for us was the location, opposite a huge caravan site, it was noisy the first few nights with children screaming , music and bingo callers booming out. In fairness it was quiet by 10-30pm but it was not the quiet tranquil spot we wanted. You had to walk through the caravan site to get to the beach, which was not great . Due to strong currents and mud flats , you are advised not to swim in the sea which is a shame. You do have to travel further a field to get to better facilities, some of the local attractions advised in the local handbook are run down and tired. A must is a visit to Tenby and Laucerne. Both are beautiful places with loads to see and do.

Gail 01/08/2021

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