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Vijay Gardens Manor House

  • 6 bedrooms
  • 15 sleeps
  •  min stay varies
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Vijay Gardens

Excellent 4.5/5 Excellent – based on 3 reviews

  • Manor House
  • 6 bedrooms
  • 15 sleeps
  •  min stay varies

Description from owner

Description

This bespoke, modern detached mansion has been completed to the highest of standards, offering a unique holiday experience. The main living room includes a 20ft widescreen HD TV with cinema surround sound. Each bedroom has its own TV and most have en-suite facilities with either a power massage shower or Jacuzzi bath. The 1-acre enclosed garden has its own stretch of river running alongside, with fishing available free of charge. There is access to a very large roof terrace from the first floor, perfect for a barbecue with family or friends, lounging in the sun or even a romantic evening spot to enjoy a glass of wine. The Brecon Beacons National Park is less than half a mile away. Shops and pub 1 mile. Accommodates 14 .Spacious living/cinema room with wooden floor. Spacious dining room with wooden floor, patio doors and children's dining table available. Large well-equipped kitchen with breakfast area and slate floor. Double bedroom with 5ft bed, additional single bed (for +1) and

This bespoke, modern detached mansion has been completed to the highest of standards, offering a unique holiday experience. The main living room includes a 20ft widescreen HD TV with cinema surround sound. Each bedroom has its own TV and most have en-suite facilities with either a power massage shower or Jacuzzi bath. The 1-acre enclosed garden has its own stretch of river running alongside, with fishing available free of charge. There is access to a very large roof terrace from the first floor, perfect for a barbecue with family or friends, lounging in the sun or even a romantic evening spot to enjoy a glass of wine. The Brecon Beacons National Park is less than half a mile away. Shops and pub 1 mile. Accommodates 14 .Spacious living/cinema room with wooden floor. Spacious dining room with wooden floor, patio doors and children's dining table available. Large well-equipped kitchen with breakfast area and slate floor. Double bedroom with 5ft bed, additional single bed (for +1) and patio doors. Shower room with power massage shower and toilet. First floor: Two double bedrooms, each with 5ft bed and en-suite shower room with power massage shower, bidet and toilet. Twin bedroom with en-suite shower room with power massage shower, bidet and toilet. Twin +1 bedroom with en-suite bathroom with Jacuzzi bath, shower attachment, bidet and toilet. Twin bedroom with view over roof terrace. Bathroom with Jacuzzi bath, shower attachment, bidet and toilet. All bedrooms with TV. Best beach in Europe:Tenby Harbour beach with one hour distance from Vijaygardens.Elec, full gas CH, bed linen and towels incSeven satellite TVs

Further details

Besides the rental fee there will be a charge for Fuel and Cleaning, this will vary with the length of stay. During school holiday time periods we will take weekly bookings only.

There is also a refundable security deposit on the property that is to be paid this is to the value of £100.

Please note the minimum stay at this property is for 3 nights. The price will cover the whole property and is not dependent upon the number of adults and children.

Travel insurance should be taken by the holiday maker privately for the period of stay at the property.

Further details indoors

This bespoke, modern detached mansion has been completed to the highest of standards, offering a unique holiday experience. The main living room includes a 20ft widescreen HD TV with cinema surround sound. Each bedroom has its own TV and most have en-suite facilities with either a power massage shower or Jacuzzi bath. The 1-acre enclosed garden has its own stretch of river running alongside, with fishing available free of charge. There is access to a very large roof terrace from the first floor, perfect for a barbecue with family or friends, lounging in the sun or even a romantic evening spot to enjoy a glass of wine. The Brecon Beacons National Park is less than half a mile away. Shops and pub 1 mile.Accommadates14 .Spacious living/cinema room with wooden floor. Spacious dining room with wooden floor, patio doors and children's dining table available. Large well-equipped kitchen with breakfast area and slate floor. Double bedroom with 5ft bed, additional single bed (for +1) and patio doors. Shower room with power massage shower and toilet. First floor: Two double bedrooms, each with 5ft bed and en-suite shower room with power massage shower, bidet and toilet. Twin bedroom with en-suite shower room with power massage shower, bidet and toilet. Twin bedroom with en-suite bathroom with Jacuzzi bath, shower attachment, bidet and toilet. Twin bedroom with view over roof terrace. Bathroom with Jacuzzi bath, shower attachment, bidet and toilet. All bedrooms with TV.Elec, full gas CH, bed linen and towels incSeven satellite TVs

Further details outdoors

Large ground to play cricket & footballThe Ammanford areaFew holiday cottages in Wales can boast a location as desirable as this. Located within the Brecon Beacons National Park, the local area offers fishing, horse riding and golf as well as a friendly local pub in the village. Nearby the Black Mountains offer ample opportunity for walking, hiking and biking or for a quieter day out the picture postcard town of Llandeilo offers unique crafts, art and gifts by local artists.They were originally used for corn threshing and a pig sty. The properties are set within stunning countryside close to the ancient market town Llandeilo, which has an interesting selection of individual shops, galleries and eateries. They are within easy reach of the breath-taking scenery of the Brecon Beacons National Park, the beaches of West Wales and the splendid gardens of the Towy valley. The National Botanic Gardens of Wales, with its great glasshouse, and Aberglasney Gardens are just minutes away. The bustling town of Carmarthen and the city of Swansea are both easily reached by car. There is superb fishing in the area too with the river Towy providing excellent salmon and sewin (sea trout) fishing, whilst for those more active the cottages are located between several excellent mountain bike trails. For nature lovers, the area abounds with wildlife, with red kites regularly seen from the barns.The Gower Peninsular has some wonderful beaches with great surfing, including Three Cliffs Bay which is less than 25 miles away. The Brecon Jazz festival is a great occasion, taking place in early summer each year or nearby Swansea often has events and festivals through the season. Also nearby are parks, castles, a zoo and theme park.The boutique town of Llandeilo is just 3 miles away with some great Restaurants and Pubs in a typical rural setting. Within walking distance of the town is the Dinefwr Estate which was recently reviewed and photographed by Conservationist Mike Howe - Dinefwr EstateEnjoy the many attractions the area has to offer. Whether it's adventuring in the Brecon Beacons National Park, visiting the National Botanical Gardens or exploring the neighboring heritage sitesThings to do - The Gower Peninsula - Britains first designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Gower has over 34 miles of coastline and some of Wales cleanest and most spectacular beaches.At Rhossili Bay, (named by The Sunday Times as one of the top 25 beaches in the world!) you can enjoy unrivalled views of the famous Worms Head. Three Cliffs Bay and many other local beaches have European Blue Flags and Green Coast awards demonstrating both clean water and high quality facilities.Gower can offer a host of activities including horseriding,golf,surfing and other watersports, suitable for all ages and abilities. It is also a haven for walkers, offering short family walks taking in many of the historic churches and landmarks in the area, to routes for the more experienced walker which explore the most breathtaking views of the peninsula.The Mumbles -Mumbles is located at the end of the five - mile sweep of Swansea Bay,is a Victorian seaside resort full of character. this picturesque village is home to some of the finest restaurants in Swansea, serving the best in Welsh local produce, including freshly caught fish and other seafood delicacies . Mumbles also boasts some of the finest ice cream parlours in the region (one serving a secret recipe since 1922).The Victorian pier is well worth a visit for a breath of fresh air or visit the cafe and amusement arcade. The Swansea Bay Rider runs from St Helens to Mumbles and echoes the route of the first passenger railway in the UK. The Maritime Quarter -Swansea award winning maritime Quarter is a step away from the city centre and is ideal for a leisurely stroll around the colourful marina. There are plenty of places to visit including the National waterfroont Museum and Swansea Museum built in 1841.Other local attractions - * Oakwood Theme Park - over 30 fantastic rides in this huge theme park (40 minute drive)* Carra Cennen Castle - historical castles one of many in the area.* Oxwich Castle - remains of Tudor fortified manor house built by the Mansel Family during the sixteenth century.* Gwili Steam Railway - Day out with Thomas the Tank Engine in March and Sept ! Ivor the Engine in Whitsun!* Folly Farm - Adventure Park Zoo in Pembrokeshire* Swansea Marina - Maritime Museum - restaurant and bars.* Laughaurne - the place of Dylan Thomas' home, which was his inspiration for much of his amazing poetry. * Blackpill - with a wildlife centre, Lido with outdoor children's paddling pool with stunning sea views, with interactive water features and play area.* Glynhir Golf Club - 18 hole course - 5 miles from the house.* Clyne Farm Activity Centre - a wide range of activities inc. canoeing,surfing,horse riding,assault courseclimbing wall,cycle hire.* The Chocolate Factory - Fforestfach - brilliant tour round a actual working chocolate factory brilliant for kids and chocoholics - with lots of freebies thrown In, great if it's raining!* The famous 'Heart of Wales Line' - a famous train ride that takes you through the scenic Sugar Loaf Mountains, from Ammanford station. * CyclingThere are some fantastic cycling opportunities in and around Swansea Bay. As part of the Celtic Trail and the Nstional Cycle Network, the area provides a wonderful range of traffic - free cycle routes suitable for families.All details of whereabouts of the all the above and additional local amenities events/festivals can be found in the entrance hall of the house.Ample parkingPrivate fishing on site (foc)Easy walking accessNB: Unfenced river in garden

Location description from owner

The Wales region

Few holiday cottages in Wales can boast a location as desirable as this. Located within the Brecon Beacons National Park, the local area offers fishing, horse riding and golf as well as a friendly local pub in the village. Nearby the Black Mountains offer ample opportunity for walking, hiking and biking or for a quieter day out the picture postcard town of Llandeilo offers unique crafts, art and gifts by local artists.The Brecon Jazz festival is a great occasion, taking place in early summer each year or nearby Swansea often has events and festivals through the season. Also nearby are parks, castles, a zoo and theme park.

Ammanford

* Oakwood Theme Park - over 30 fantastic rides in this huge theme park (40 minute drive)* Carra Cennen Castle - historical castles one of many in the area.* Oxwich Castle - remains of Tudor fortified manor house built by the Mansel Family during the sixteenth century.* Gwili Steam Railway - Day out with Thomas the Tank Engine in March and Sept ! Ivor the Engine in Whitsun!* Folly Farm - Adventure Park Zoo in Pembrokeshire* Swansea Marina - Maritime Museum - restaurant and bars.* Laughaurne - the place of Dylan Thomas' home, which was his inspiration for much of his amazing poetry. * Blackpill - with a wildlife centre, Lido with outdoor children's paddling pool with stunning sea views, with interactive water features and play area.Adventure Activities Adventure Wales Llanarthney between Carmarthen and FfairfachProviders of outdoor activities in Wales since 1990Telephone 01558668878 More InfoAncient, Historic & Heritage Llandovery Castle Llandovery between Trecastle and LlanwrdaLlandovery Castle guards the river Bran and the attractive village. More InfoTrecastle Mountain Stone Circles between Trecastle and CwmwysgTwo stone circles near to the site of 2 rectangular Roman camps. More InfoCambrian Woollen Mill and Visitor Centre Llanwrtyd Wells between Builth Wells & LlandoveryOver 700 years of weaving history. Three floors of gifts, Cambrian tartan, clothes and more.Telephone 01591610363 More InfoSt Mary's Church, Llandovery Llandovery between Llangadog and TrecastleRoman bricks were used to build part of the walls of the church. More InfoCarn Goch Hilltop Fort Bethlehem between Llangadog and LlandeiloA particularly striking example of one of the largest iron age hill forts in Wales. More InfoDryslwyn Castle 5 miles west of Llandeilo between Llangadog and CarmarthenDryslwyn castle is perched in a most extraordinary defensive position on a steep rocky knoll. More InfoTalley Abbey Unique in Wales being founded for the monastic order of the Premonsrtatensians. More InfoNewton House National Trust Llandeilo between Penybanc and LlangadogA great manor house dating back to 1660. Now owned and run by the national Trust.Telephone 01558823553 More InfoAlabum Llanfair ar y Bryn between Llandovery and CynghordyAlabum was a fort in the Roman Province of Britannia Superior of which Roman Wales was a part. More InfoAberdeunant (National Trust) Llandeilo between Penybanc and LlanwrdaA traditional medieval cruck framed Carmarthenshire farmhouse in an unspoilt setting.Telephone 01558650177 More InfoDolaucothi Gold Mines NT Pumsaint between Lampeter and LlanwrdaThe gold mines were in use from Roman times to the 20th C. Now owned by the National TrustTelephone 01558825146 More InfoCarreg Cennin Castle Trap between Llandeilo and AmmanfordStout weather beaten ruins on a precipitous limestone crag in a spectacular location.Telephone 01558822291 More InfoDinefwr Castle National Trust Llandeilo between Carmarthen and LlandoveryImpressive remains of a Welsh castle once the principal stronghold of the princes of Deheubarth.Telephone 01558823902 More InfoCarreg Cennen Castle Trapp between Llandeilo and BrynammanThe castle grows out of a precipitous crag 100 m above the river overlooking the rolling Brecon Beacons.Telephone 01558822291 More InfoThe Time Machine Llandeilo between Ammanford and LlanwrdaExplore your Welsh family tree and discover your roots with the help of an expert. More InfoAntiques The Works Antiques Centre Llandovery between Builth Wells and LlandeiloAntiques and collectables.Telephone 01558823964 More InfoThe Jen Jones Welsh Quilt Centre Lampeter between Newcastle Emlyn and LlangybiOver 300 exceptional antique Welsh quilts on display and some for sale.Telephone 01570422088 More InfoSage Antiques Ammanford between Llandeilo and HendyA wide selection of antique & quality used furniture & accessories also a restoration service.Telephone 01269596007 More InfoWest Wales Auctions Llangybi between Tregaron and LampeterMonthly auctions of antiques, furniture, china, collectables, paintings, jewellery and more.Telephone 01974251424 More InfoJones & Llewelyn Auctioneers Llandeilo between Carmarthen and LlandoveryAuctions of antiques, fine art, collectables and valuables.Telephone 01558823430 More InfoJames Ash Antiques Llandeilo between Carmarthen and LlandoveryAntique furniture and clocks. Welsh longcase clocks a speciality.Telephone 01558823726 More InfoArtists & Artisans Dinefwr Craft centre Llandovery between Llandeilo and BreconFormerly the market hall dating from 1840 the centre now sells locally made crafts.Telephone 01550721452 More InfoArt Courses at The Drovers Rest Llanwrtyd Wells between Llandovery and Builth WellsLearn to draw and paint still life, landscapes, townscapes, portraits and figures.Telephone 01591610264 More InfoOriel T Cornel (formerly The Bridge Gallery) Ammanford between Pontarddulais and LlandeiloA fine art gallery and Anthony Richards studio.Telephone 01558822183 More InfoFountain Fine Art Llandeilo between Penybanc and FfairfachThe gallery shows work from some of Wales' most highly respected artists.Telephone 01558824244 More InfoCilgwyn Lodge Garden Llangadog between Llandovery and Pont NewyddFascinating garden open for charity as part of the National Gardens Scheme NGS 1pm - 5pmTelephone 01550777452 More InfoWorld Mountain Bike Bog Snorkelling Llanwrtyd Wells between Llandrindod Wells and Builth WellsA unique underwater cycling event which takes place in a trench in the Waen Rhydd bog.Telephone 01591610666 More InfoFamily Attractions The Mountain Centre Libanus between Brecon and Nant DduThe most popular visitor centre in the National Park run by the Park Authority. More InfoPaxtons Tower, National Trust Llandeilo between Carmarthen and ManordeiloOne of the most spectacular views in Carmarthenshire can be seen from Paxton's Tower. More InfoRed Kite Feeding Station Llanddeusant, Llangadog between Llandovery and MandordeiloThe centre has been designed to fit naturally into the environment.Telephone 01550740617 More InfoLlandeusant Red Kite Feeding Station Llandeusant between Trecastle and TwynllananOver 50 red kites and buzzards are fed daily giving a spectacular aerial display.Telephone 01550740617 More InfoTywi Tours Carmarthenshire Ammanford between Pont Abraham Services (M4 start/end) and GlanamanVariety of guided tours including gardens, castles & beautiful landscapes for small groups of up to 7Telephone 08005668771 More InfoFishing Cross Hands Angling Club Llangadog between Llandeilo and LlandoveryDay tickets available from the Red Lion, Llangadog for fishing along 15 miles of the Rover Tywi.Telephone 01558822517 More InfoGame Fishing Usk Reservoir Usk Reservoir between Trecastle and TwynllananOne of the best rainbow trout fisheries in Wales. Permits available from a machine on site.Telephone 01495769281 More InfoLlandovery Angling Association Llandovery between Llandeilo and Llanwrtyd WellsFishing Tywi, Bran & GwydderyTelephone 01550720633 More InfoBelfont Lake Glasfynydd, Belfont, Trecastle between Llandovery and BreconCoarse fishing Belfont Lake well stocked with carp and tenchTelephone 01874636727 More InfoCoarse Fishing at Springwater Lakes Harford, Llanwrda between Llandovery and LlandeiloA picturesque angling complex comprising 4 lakes (1 specimen, 1 mixed coarse, 2 trout)Telephone 01558650788 More InfoFishing Coaching & Guides (FWA) Llandeilo (please see web site for details)The Federation of Welsh Anglers can introduce coaches for sea, game & coarse fishing in Wales. More InfoTrapp Fishery Trapp between Llandeilo and LlandyfanGame fishing just below the beautiful Carreg Cennen Castle in a 11/2 acre spring fed lake.Telephone 01558822002 More InfoFlying Floating Sensations Ltd Balloon Flights Llandeilo between Carmarthen and LlandoveryBalloon flights over the spectacular Carmarthenshire countrysideTelephone 01558823983 More InfoFood & Drink The Drovers Rest Llanwrtyd Wells between Llandovery and Builth WellsA fantastic restaurant in an 18th C building beside the River Irfon.Telephone 01591610264 More InfoFish and Anchor Llanwnen between Lampeter and RhydowenFine food and real ales. Locally sourced produce including wild boar, wild salmon and welsh steaksTelephone 01570434555 More InfoLasswade Country House Hotel Llanwrtyd Wells between Builth Wells and LlandoveryGood quality gourmet food in an AA awarded restaurant and in the Good Food Guide since 2004.Telephone 01591610515 More InfoWinllan Garden Talsarn between Lampeter and AberaeronA garden geared to wildlife. More InfoRhoslwyn Plants Silian between Lampeter and Temple BarEverything seen here is grown on the premises -shrubs, roses, climbers, trees, grasses & moreTelephone 01570422672 More InfoCambrian Nurseries Ciliau Aeron, Lampeter between Llanybydder and LlangybiWholesale nursery stock perennialsTelephone 01570471507 More InfoNational Botanic Garden of Wales Llanarthne between Carmarthen and LlandeiloOne of the most fascinating and most visited gardens in the Uk.Telephone 01558668768 More InfoCae Hir Ornamental Gardens Lampeter between Llanbedr and Aberystwyth6 acres of beautiful landscaped gardens featured on several television garden programmes.Telephone 01570470839 More InfoNorwood Gardens & Tea Room Llanllwni between New Inn and Aber giar3 acres of garden occupying a gentle slope on the south side of the Teifi valley.Telephone 01559395386 More InfoLadybird Nursery Ciliau Aeron, Lampeter between Llanybydder and LlangybiPatio, bedding & vegetable plants, shrubs, ornamental trees, ross, conifers, perennials & more.Telephone 01570470480 More InfoLlanllyr Welsh Historic Garden Grade II Talsarn along the B4337 between Llanrhystyd and the A482Restored & developed 1830's garden where in the 12th C a community of Cistercian nuns livedTelephone 01570470900 More InfoRhoslwyn Plants Silian between Lampeter and LlangwbiA wide selection of unusual plants, trees, shrubs, perennials, bedding and vegetables.Telephone 01570 More InfoGolf Cilgwyn Golf Club Lampeter between Llanybydder and LlangybiA 9 hole, flat, parkland course with natural hazards, large practice ground and putting green.Telephone 01570493286 More InfoPalleg Golf Club Lower Cwmtwrch between Pontardawe and AbercrafAn 18 hole parkland course set in 120 acres with spectacular views.Telephone 01639842193 More InfoHorse Riding Five Saints Riding Centre Pumsaint between Llanwrda and CwmannWonderful riding for experienced riders and novices in undiscovered picturesque Wales.Telephone 01558650580 More InfoCaeiago Riding Centre Llanwrda between Llandovery and LlandeiloPony trekking and trail riding for experienced adult riders of 15 years and over.Telephone 01558650303 More InfoAberaeron Stud Lampeter between Aberaeron and LlandoveryA small stud specialising in Welsh Cobs and part bred performance horses.Telephone 01545571571 More InfoPalecwrt Equestrian & Brondai Shooting Ground Llangadog between Llandovery and LlandeiloHorse & Pony Trekking and Clay Pigeon ShootingTelephone 01558823521 More InfoInteresting & Specialist Shops Springwater Lakes Tackle & Bait Shop Llanwrda between Llandovery and LlandeiloTackle and bait shop. Rod hireTelephone 01558650788 More InfoPork Butchers & Sausage Makers Rhandir -mwyn between Llandovery and Bron y cwrt off Cll y cwm RoadDelicious sausages plain pork, pork & leek, pork & chilli and pork with honey & mustardTelephone 01550760235 More InfoLeisure Centres, Swimming Pools & Spas Lampeter Leisure Centre Lampeter between Aberaeron and LlanwrdaA multi facility CentreTelephone 01570422552 More InfoTourist Information Centres Llandovery Tourist Information Centre Llandovery betweenLlanwrda and HalfwayInformation on events, attractions, activities, timetables, walks,cycle paths, fishing and more.Telephone 01550720693 More InfoVillages Towns & Markets Llandeilo Llandeilo between Llandovery and CarmarthenLlandeilo is a small delightful country town full of character and charm with interesting shops and a choice of places to eat and drink More InfoBrechfa Brechfa between Felingwym and NantyffinBrechfa has been described as one of the most secluded villages in south Wales. More InfoLlandovery Llandovery between Llandeilo and BreconA pretty market town whose name in welsh means church among the waters. More InfoRhandirmwyn Rhandirmwyn between Llandovery and Llanwrtyd Wells just off the A483Hamlet set amidst the magnificent Tywi Valley home to legendery Welsh folk hero Twm Sion Catti. More InfoLampeter Lampeter between Trgaron and LlanybydderLampeter is a charming university and market town in the mid Teifi Valley. More InfoWalking & Bird Watching Dinas RSPB Reserve Rhandirmwyn between Llandovery and Ystrad FfinA pleasant 2 hour circular walk with some steep and difficult parts.Telephone 01792842927 More InfoLlyn Llech Owain Country Park between Crosshands and Llandeilo64 acre park with lake surrounded by peat bog, coniferous and broad leafed woodland and dry heath.Telephone 01269832229 More Info5 mile walk around Carreg Cennen Castle Trapp between Llandeilo and BrynammanWalk through woodland, beside & across the river Cennen, on the mountain & over a hill.Telephone 01558822291 More Info2 mile walk around Carreg Cennen Castle Trapp between Llandeilo and BrynammanWalk through woods, along the river Cennen, around the base of the castle and over a hill.Telephone 01558822291 More InfoVisit Twm Sion Cati's Cave at RSPB Dinas Hill near Rhandirmwyn between Llandovery and Craig Bron y cwrtThe hiding place of Welsh Robin Hood folk hero Thomas Jones. More InfoLlyn y Fan Fach Myddfai between Llandovery and LlandeusantA place forever associated with the 'lady in the lake'. More Info

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Key Info

  • Beach / lakeside relaxation
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Car advised
  • Pets welcome
  • Private garden

Families

  • Great for children of all ages
  • Pets welcome

Bed & bathroom

  • 3 Super King Beds, 8 Single Beds
  • 6 En suites

Amenities

  • Wi-Fi available
  • Private garden
  • BBQ
  • Balcony or terrace
  • Private fishing lake or river
  • Internet access
  • Central heating
  • Cooker
  • Fridge
  • Freezer
  • Microwave
  • Toaster
  • Kettle
  • Dishwasher
  • Washing machine
  • Clothes dryer
  • Iron
  • TV
  • Satellite TV
  • Video player
  • DVD player
  • CD player
  • Hair dryer
  • Linen provided
  • Towels provided

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Access

  • Parking
  • Secure parking
  • Accessible for wheelchair users — please contact the owner for details before booking

Policies

Check in time:15:00, Check out time:10:00
If you have any questions about check-in or check-out times, please contact the owner/manager.
Payment
This rental can only be paid for online through Holiday Lettings using your credit/debit card or PayPal (never by bank or wire transfer).
Smoking
No smoking at this property
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About the owner

Bobby, Vijay Skanthan,Stella and Anu V
Response rate:
100%
Calendar updated:
14 Jun 2016
Years listed:
4
Based in:
United Kingdom

Languages spoken: English


This Manor house has 6 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms and sleeps 15. It’s been listed on Holiday Lettings since 16 Nov 2011. Located in Carmarthenshire, it has 3 reviews with an overall rating of 4.5. The average weekly rate varies from £1200 to £2100.

The Owner has a response rate of 100% and the property’s calendar was last updated on 14 Jun 2016.

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