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Llandeilo / Dryslwyn
Cottage / 2 bedrooms / sleeps 4 / 1 night min stay
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Key info: Beach / lakeside relaxation; Great for children of all ages ; Pets welcome;
16 Sep 2015
Warm welcome with chocolate brownies & welsh cakes. Ideal for the 4 of us with ensuites in each room. Very good kitchen for self catering. Owners very friendly. Wish we had children with us as they wo… More
So glad you had a good time. The cottage is an ideal base for couples exploring the area and very close to Aberglasney Gardens and NT Dinefwr and easily accessible to the whole of West Wales. Hope you found it peaceful!
25 Oct 2015
we stayed with our 12 year old daughter and her friend and they loved the farm ,the highlight was feeding the animals in the morning . Lovely cottage warm and cosy , Rob and Fiona are very helpful , … More
So glad you had a good time and were able to enjoy lots of walks with Stanley the dog including Llyn y fan fach. The girls were a great help around the farm and Rob really enjoyed the Junior Farmer's half day with them. Thank you so much for the lovely card. Hope to see you again next year.
10 Oct 2015
"No football for the boys"
+ lovely hostess, very quiet, very clean, beautiful - No balls are allowed on the property, no football for our boys. - Trampoline and play area couldn't be used b/c of all the bird's dung. - Child… More
Thank you for taking the time to leave us a review it is always helpful to have feedback from guests and means we can make improvements. We did have some problems with crows in the summer but we've purchased covers for the trampoline and sandpit which can be removed and replaced as required and the children are enjoying the adventure play ground and new toddler area. Football is often played in the play area which is large and we can put a goal and dedicated "football pitch" in place for more fun as part of our on going development but as your son discovered it is not a good idea to play with stones and balls in the courtyard as sadly he broke a cottage window. Mainly the children have been in the play area alone but obviously sometimes young children need to be supervised for their own safety (eg farm activities and pond dipping) Thanks again for visiting.