Penthouse / 3 bedrooms / sleeps 6

Key Info
  • Beach / lakeside relaxation
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Car advised
  • No pets allowed

5* graded - Luxuriously fitted and styled with every conceivable comfort for your pleasure & convenience. This stunning penthouse has all glass terraces to the Lounge & Master Bedroom, which look out onto the beautiful sandy beach. A further glass terrace by the dining area, gives inland views. A beautifully fitted kitchen offers all new appliances, further enhanced with a combination microwave, George Foreman family size grill, filter coffee maker, food mixer, electric hand blender and the usual everyday electrical appliances.

The accommodation is situated right on the Millennium Coastal Pathway which runs for 22 kms offering motor free stunning views. The Machynys Peninsula is less than a 10-minute walk away where golfers can try their skill on this award winning Nicklaus course. The country club on the course is open to non-members and facilities include a clubhouse, restaurant, conference facilities and spa.

Beachlands View Penthouse has personality & is no run of the mill holiday home. There are high quality furnishings and fixtures. No expense has been spared to make this a superb holiday home. Little touches make it a place that you'll want to come back to time after time.

The open plan Lounge, Kitchen & Diner area is light and spacious. A full width glass fronted terrace looks onto the beach and outside chairs and table are provided for evening drinks, or al fresco lunches. Comfortable leather sofas and solid oak furniture make this a homely, yet stylish area. A 42" plasma HDTV is provided along with Sky TV, DVD player (selection of DVDs provided), CD player (plus a selection of CDs). There are several board games for all ages and toys available for the children. The kitchen is extensively equipped with all sorts of kitchenalia & Denby china is provided for delectable dining! The large storage cupboard in the dining area stores a high chair, ironing board, clothes airer and some Wellington boots for kicking about on the beach.

The master bedroom is relaxing and light and offers a 6 ft Super-King sleigh style bed, walk-in closet, plenty of drawer space, reclining chair, TV, en suite with shower, WC and hand basin. Whats more, there is a glass terrace complete with patio chairs, looking out onto the sandy beach. A portable infant cot is stored in the closet, together with cot linens. A dual control electric blanket is fitted to the master bed in winter months to make it lovely & cosy to get into if you are staying with us during the colder times of year!

The second bedroom is equipped with 2 single leather beds (this offers the most flexible options for families or couples), drawers, wardrobes and has French doors opening into a Juliet balcony with inland views.

Bedroom 3 is equipped with the kids’ favourites - bunk beds! Wardrobe and drawers also provided.

Family bathroom with large bath, power shower over with opening glass shower screen , large mirrored wall above fitted units with hand basin & WC. Heated towel rail.

En-suite shower room to master bedroom, with large shower enclosure with power shower, large mirrored wall above fitted units with hand basin, WC, electric towel rail & opening window overlooking beach.


Size Sleeps up to 6, 3 bedrooms
Check in time: 15:00
Check out time: 10:00
Nearest beach Located on the Beach
Will consider Corporate bookings, Long term lets (over 1 month)
Access Car advised
Nearest Amenities 500 m
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Cardiff International 88 km, Nearest railway: Llanelli 1.5 km
Family friendly Great for children of all ages
Notes No pets allowed, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries Internet access, DVD player, Sea view
General Central heating, TV, CD player, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available
Standard Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer
Utilities Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms and 1 En suites
Furniture Double beds (1), Single beds (4), Cots (1), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 6
Other Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair
Outdoors Balcony or terrace, Shared garden, Bicycles available
Access Parking, Not suitable for wheelchair users
Further details indoors

Beachlands View is equipped to a very high standard.

Soft & deep carpets are throughout the apartment, whilst the kitchen and bathrooms have Karndean flooring.

All beds are made up with quality bed linens, duvets & two pillows for each guest on each bed. Cot linens are also provided. An alarm clock (hopefully you wont need it!) and hairdryer are also provided in the master bedroom.

All towels (of high quality) are provided, along with beach towels for each guest.

We provide basic provisions in the kitchen, such as tea, coffee, sugar, salt, washing up liquid, dishwasher tablets, washing powder, cling wrap, kitchen towels and kitchen foil.

Shampoo, conditioner, shower gel and loo rolls are provided in the bathrooms.

Weighing scales are provided in each bathroom for the weight conscious, along with magnifying mirrors for shaving or make up application. Electric shaver socket in both bathrooms.

We also have an iPod docking station, binoculars & electronic weather station for guests convenience.

Free use of Broadband/WiFi

Further details outdoors

Bicycles available for guests free of charge (on share basis with Beachlands House).

For additional sizes etc, there is bicycle hire available nearby (500 metres)

Bicycle storage is also available on site for guests wishing to bring their own.

Free allocated parking space.

All electricity use included in prices.

Wet weather capes and wellies for guests use are provided for your convenience.

Beach and lawn toys provided for guests use.

Balcony furniture provided.

Further details

The penthouse is on the 3rd floor, but no lift is available - but boy is it worth it!!!!

Regret, so single sex groups (hens or stags) - only couples or families.

Non smoking property - regret no pets allowed.

Carmarthenshire region

The area of Carmarthenshire is known as the Garden of Wales and it’s evident why that is. With miles of stunning coastline, history, nature reserves and rolling countryside, it provides an opportunity to enjoy all that it offers.

Literally on your doorstep is the award winning Millennium Coastal Park. This is the largest land reclamation project ever in Wales and cost £30 million. Over 2000 acres of wasteland and former industrial landscape has been transformed into a stunning 22km coastal pathway/cycle track linking the Pembrey Country Park and the National Wetlands Centre.

Llanelli town is lively with an indoor market offering local produce, shops, cafes & restaurant's and retains its' original charm. The area boasts a varied assortment of tourist attractions and places of interest.


You'll be surprised at the number and variety of activities that are available in this wonderful part of the world.

The Millennium Coastal Path (MCP) has a newly opened Discovery Centre with a restaurant & shop and offers hire of equipment. There are also beach showers located inside the centre. The Sospan Hopper Land Train also departs from here during summer months, taking adults and children on a leisurely ride along the coastal path.

At Pembrey Country Park there are plenty of activities & facilities for families. Try out your skills on the dry ski slope or toboggan run. Opt for a train ride, a game of pitch & putt or crazy golf, and let the kids burn off some energy in the adventure playground. A visitor centre and restaurant are also on site.

The Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust in Llanelli runs The National Wetlands Centre here. The centre has various areas of natural habitat for a variety of birds & fowl. There are events throughout the year and the centre has a shop & restaurant on site.

For several hundreds years of history, visit the Aberglasney Gardens which is approximately 20 miles away. The main house is steeped in history and there are beautiful formal gardens, such as the Walled Garden, the Ninfarium, Cloister Garden, the Yew Tunnel and many more. There is a shop and café/restaurant on site also.

Pembrokeshire Coastal Path is 240 square miles of truly spectacular scenery. Providing rugged cliffs, sandy beaches, wooded estuaries, wild inland hills all provide a sanctuary for wildlife.

Dinefwr Park also provides beautiful gardens designed and executed by Capability Brown in the 18th century.

Take a boat trip out from Tenby Harbour and see Caldey Island. On the island you can visit Caldey Abbey, which is the home of Cistercian Monks. Here they farm this little island and produce revenue from sales of Caldey Island perfume & chocolate. You can also enjoy looking around the medieval priory, lighthouse & museum. To remember your day, buy a souvenir or two from the gift shop. Tea garden, pleasant walks & spectacular views.

Surprisingly with all this wonderful countryside, the area offers some great places for those that want a little adventure & some of the white knuckle kind!

Topping the list has to be the Oakwood Theme Park (junction 49 M4). This offers some high adrenalin thrill rides for those that want thrills, to more sedate children’s rides and activities. Reasonably priced entrance with family tickets of 4 or 6 makes this an affordable day out. Special events organised throughout the year - e.g. August 2007 - Fireworks every night. The Oakwood Centre also houses a ‘Techiquest’ providing interactive science activities.

For those of you that require a more gentile family day out, then visit Folly Farm near Tenby. This has a zoo, farm, funfair and large indoor adventure playground for kids and adults!

Culla Park offers a Paintball Centre at Trimsaran, approximately 5 miles away.

There is a plethora of castles around this area to view. The closest are Kidwelly Castle and Laugharne Castle.

Dolaucothi Goldmines date back to Roman times and offer a great insight to how gold was mined out of the Welsh hills all those hundreds of years ago.

For something more 20th century, visit the Pendine Museum of Speed. Pendine Sands is where many land speed records have been attempted & broken. The museum on in Pendine town houses the famous ‘Babs’ racing car that claimed the life of Parry-Thomas when he attempted to beat Malcolm Campbell’s earlier record.

Take a day out to Cardigan Island Coastal Farm Park - located on a stunningly beautiful headland overlooking the nature reserve of Cardigan Island. A colony of Atlantic Grey Seals breed in the caves below the farm park and can be viewed at close quarters most days.