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Cottage | 1 bedrooms | sleeps 4

Situated in a rural location yet only 10 minutes drive from the popular market town of Narberth, Llwyngwyddel Farm, a non working farm, offers 3 holiday letting properties, ideal for those with larger family units or large groups wishing to holiday together. The farm is set in a peaceful setting at the end of a farm lane in 50 acres of grazing land a good area for birdwatching, walking and cycling. The owner also runs workshop courses on stained glass. Cots and high chairs supplied (please bring own linen for cot). Also see properties K264 and K265.

The Old Smoke House adjoins the owners' farmhouse, a cosy little cottage dating back over 400 years and retaining many original features such as the large inglenook fireplace and beamed ceilings. There is a large garden with an orchard where children can play and adults can sit and relax in the peaceful location.

Accommodation DetailsSleeps 2 and 2 children Well behaved dogs

Open plan lounge/dining/kitchen, inglenook fireplace with log burning stove, (1st basket of logs; free refills at £5 per basket), TV freeview, DVD, electric cooker, fridge and microwave. Open tread narrow stairs to first floor. Shower room with wc/whb. Bedroom with double bed, dual control electric blanket provided, single futon and single sofa bed. Garden with seating, barbecue. Parking. Duvets, bed linen and towels provided. £1 slot meter for electricity (owner pays first £5 of electricity used). Oil central heating inclusive. Non smokers only. 3 p.m. takeover.

LocationLlangwyddel Farm is situated just outside the village of Lampeter Velfrey 4.4 miles due east of Narberth a bustling small town in the heart of the Landsker Borderlands close to the stunning landscape of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. With its quaint winding streets and stunning rural beauty, Narberth is a must for anyone wanting to experience a wonderful day out. When the Normans invaded Pembroke in 1093 and captured the site on which the magnificent castle now stands, quick to consolidate their domination of South Pembrokeshire they built a line of castles to protect their newly won territory. Effectively this divided north and south Pembrokeshire and fortresses stretched from Llanstepahn in the Southeast to Roch in the northwest and the area became known as the Landsker Line a Norse origin meaning frontier. If the Line had been drawn it would pass through Lampeter Velfrey. There are several prehistoric sites in the immediate area, including tumuli, a Bronze Age hearth and three Neolithic burial chambers. The area is ideal for walking, cycling, bird watching and fishing enthusiasts. A visit to the market town of Carmarthen offers up a range of activities to suit the whole family, journey back into history as you stroll around the towns museums, and witness the theatrical display of historical architecture as you spend the afternoon shopping around the towns numerous shops.

The towns ruined Castle portrays a magical atmosphere over the town, capturing its medieval essence and tempting its visitors to explore deep into the ancient myths and secrets that are masked by its dominant presence.

With Carmarthen being so central, it is the ideal place to visit whilst giving you the option to explore other nearby attractions. Surrounded by rolling hills and the vivid colours of the blossoming trees, you will not have to venture far to be enthralled by the splendour of the Welsh countryside. Just under thirty minutes away, you will find yourself immersed in the tranquil world of sea and sand as you walk the silky beach of Pendine. Here you can spend the day relaxing in the warmth of the sunlight or explore the rocky landscape on foot and catch a glimpse of some of the amazing wildlife that inhabits the area.

Whilst in Carmarthen, take a stroll around its ancient streets and call into the quaint gift shops that are found here, pop into ?Whispering Willows? for unique Welsh crafts, or ?Global? for a special souvenir. Then take a wander into the recently constructed arcade of St Catherine's Walk, to find yourself enclosed by modern stores such as New Look, and Next along with an abundance of modern style restaurants including Pizza Express and a taste of American cuisine with Frankie and Bennys. After dinning spend the evening in the new 3D Apollo cinema, where films suddenly come to life, engrossing you within their story lines.

If you are a keen golfer, then spend the day at Carmarthen Golf Club and play your favourite sport within the picturesque surroundings of the rural landscape. For a delightful afternoon out, take a scenic drive to the quaint village of Laugharne. As the home to the famous Welsh poet Dylan Thomas, Laugharne boasts some awe- inspiring views across the River Taff, transporting you to a secret world of peace and tranquillity. It is along the coastline that you can visit many other charming villages, all with their unique qualities and characteristics displayed by their enchanting environments.

TravelCardiff airport - 83.2 miles takes approx. 1 hour 46 minutes. M4 Cardiff - 79.6 miles takes approx. 1 hour 31 minutes. Nearest large Towns. Swansea - 43.4 miles takes approx. 1 hour 5 mninutes. Carmarthen - 16.9 miles takes approx. 27 minutes. Large Shopping Centre with most of the major supermarkets and many other High Street shops, cinema. Narberth 4.4 miles takes approx. 12 minutes. A busy small town with galleries, craft shops and a good selection of retailers. Visitor Attractions: - Local leisure Pendine - 8.7 takes approx. 18 minutes. known for its seven mile long stretch of sand, Pendine sands was once the site for attempting land speed records, In fact it was between the years of 1924 ? 27 that Malcolm Campbell and J.G. Parry-Thomas set the world land speed record five times! Still popular for its length, the beach is now not only a great place to take a scenic walk across the majestic landscape, but to also try out thrilling water sports such as kite buggying and surfing. Laugharne - 12.1 miles takes approx. 24 minutes. This is Dylan Thomas country the famous poet, his refurbished writing shed and the famous Boathouse. There is the castle, restaurants, pubs, a couple of shops and some very beautiful walks. Tenby - 14 miles takes approx. 30 minutes. Tenby has a mix of shops, with a selection of high street shops. It has also has a fantastic array of restaurants and pubs, and a bustling night life. Visitor attractions - The local leisure attractions, Manor House, Heatherton Country Sports Park, Folly Farm, and Oakwood are all within easy reach by car.

Size Sleeps up to 4, 1 bedrooms
Will consider Corporate bookings, Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)
Access Car advised
Family friendly Suitable for people with restricted mobility
Notes Pets welcome, No smoking at this property

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