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Beachlands House – Home 72387 House

  • 3 bedrooms
  • 5 sleeps
  •  min stay varies

House / 3 bedrooms / 3 bathrooms / sleeps 5

Key Info

  • Beach / lakeside relaxation
  • Nearest beach 0.02 km
  • Child friendly
  • Car advised
  • Pet friendly
  • Private garden

Description from owner


5* Beachlands House is very stylish yet very homely. It has 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.

This lovely home is just a very short walk to the Millennium Coastal Pathway, which runs for 22kms 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. Within their clubhouse on site, which is open to non-members, there is a spa and fabulous restaurant.

Further details

Booking conditions

Bookings are secured upon payment of a non refundable deposit of £150 GBP. Balances are due no later than 6 weeks before departure date, at which time a refundable breakages deposit of £150 is to be made. This deposit is repaid within 2 weeks of the keys being returned and a satisfactory inventory inspection carried

5* Beachlands House is very stylish yet very homely. It has 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.

This lovely home is just a very short walk to the Millennium Coastal Pathway, which runs for 22kms 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. Within their clubhouse on site, which is open to non-members, there is a spa and fabulous restaurant.

Further details

Booking conditions

Bookings are secured upon payment of a non refundable deposit of £150 GBP. Balances are due no later than 6 weeks before departure date, at which time a refundable breakages deposit of £150 is to be made. This deposit is repaid within 2 weeks of the keys being returned and a satisfactory inventory inspection carried out.


The owner's weekend rates apply to: Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights

NB: Prices may be subject to change at the owner's discretion.

* All use of linens - bedding/towels etc (including beach towels) provided FREE

* £50 discount for all bookings of 2 or more consecutive weeks.

* Bookings made within 6 weeks of departure date must be fully paid at time of booking.

* Prices available for shorter duration holidays or weekend breaks - please enquire via email.

* Payments by cheque or bank transfer in GBP please. Please allow 7 days for cheques to clear from receipt.

Further details indoors

Sheer comfort in a contemporary style home. Superb for family holidays - fully secure and enclosed rear garden. Garage for secure parking/storage of sports equipment etc.

The kitchen has been beautifully fitted with beech wood units, modern fridge/freezer, electric hob and oven, and dishwasher, which are further enhanced with a microwave, George Foreman family size grill, electric kettle, electric toaster, electric filter coffee maker, electric food mixer, & electric hand blender. The kitchen has also been extensively equipped with all sorts of kitchenalia & adequate crockery etc for several courses of family meals.

The light and spacious lounge, kitchen & diner are all open plan providing modern family friendly accommodation. A secure and fully enclosed garden offers ideal and safe play or leisure for all the family. A patio area is equipped with beautiful teak garden table and chairs where you can chill out with a glass of wine, or have an outside lunch. Outside play equipment is also available for children to let off some steam!

In the lounge contemporary large & comfortable sofas and walnut furniture make this a homely, yet stylish area. For your pleasure a 40" LCD HD TV is provided along with Sky & a DVD player. There is also a selection of DVDs and CD’s, which can be played on the mini HiFi system that comes complete with MP3 and USB connections. Wireless Internet facilities are also available. A set of French doors with a Juliet balcony, overlook the rear garden so that children can be watched playing in the garden.

For that odd rainy day, or evening fun, a range of several board games for all ages is provided. There are even a few toys for younger children. A second TV & Wii games console is also provided in bedroom 3, together with a small selection of family games.

For very young families, a high chair, travel cot, changing mat and other baby essentials can be found. Furthermore, in the utility room, there is a washing machine, ironing board, iron, and an outdoor clothesline. Wellington boots for kicking about on the beach can be found in the garage, together with bicycles for guests use.

Sleeping arrangements are designed to suit most family groups.

An oasis of tranquillity can be found in the master bedroom. For a great nights sleep and perhaps breakfast in bed, is a wonderful modern 5 ft King size oak bed. More than adequate wardrobe space is provided with a large double oak wardrobe plus plenty of drawer space.

A bright, modern fully fitted en suite with power shower, WC and hand basin leads off the master bedroom.

The second bedroom is equipped with the kids favourite - bunk beds!
Adequate drawer space and wardrobe space is also supplied. This room is adjacent to the master bedroom, giving parents piece of mind that the children are sleeping when they should be!

The family bathroom is smartly fitted with a large bath, hand basin & WC.

The third bedroom, which is located on the ground floor, is furnished with a lovely single day bed, which has a single roll out bed underneath thus providing ideal accommodation for either adults or older children. A wardrobe with drawers and a further chest of drawers provides more than adequate storage, and offers a get away from it ‘den’ where the games console can be played, allowing adults some quiet time in the lounge to watch TV or listen to music.

A further WC is also located on the ground floor together with internal access to the garage, garden and utility room.


Further details outdoors

The rear garden is fully enclosed and secure, meaning that you need not worry about children wandering off.

A large, newly laid patio provides an ideal seating area to enjoy summer BBQ's and watch the children play.

Enjoy a glass of wine on the patio, sitting on modern and contemporary garden furniture, whilst the BBQ sizzles away.

The kids can burn off some energy on the 8ft trampoline and for smaller children, a large playhouse beckons!

Plenty of beach/garden toys to help keep the youngsters amused.

The Wales region

Carmarthenshire is know as the Garden of Wales. it's easy to see how it became so with such wonderful scenery, gardens, history and nature all at your fingertips.


About the Area/Things to Do

Whatever type of holiday you like, whether it be sight seeing, history, nature, thrills, activity, horse riding, lazing on the beach, water sports and much more, you'll be surprised to know that all are at your fingertips.

The Garden of Wales is how Carmarthenshire is described and it’s evident why that is. No wonder - with miles of stunning coastline, history, nature reserves and rolling countryside, it provides an opportunity to enjoy all that it offers.

Beachlands House is located just metres away from the award winning Millennium Coastal Park which has the newly opened Discovery Centre. Here you can find a casual dining restaurant, shop and also offers hire of equipment. This is the largest land reclamation project ever in Wales and cost £30 million. Former industrial landscape and wasteland totalling over 2000 acres has been transformed into a stunning 22km coastal pathway and cycle track links the National Wetlands Centre & Pembrey Country Park. During the summer months take a trip along the pathway on the Sospan Hopper Land Train, which departs from the Discovery Centre.

Pembrey Country Park offers plenty of activities & facilities for families. Take a go & try out your skills on the dry ski slope or toboggan run. If that’s too much activity, then 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.

Fancy a walk or cycle? Visit the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path which covers 240 square miles of truly spectacular scenery. Take in the rugged scenery of cliffs, sandy beaches, wooded estuaries, and wild inland hills. All provide a sanctuary for wildlife.

If that’s not to your liking, get your sea legs on and take a boat trip out from Tenby Harbour and see Caldey Island. Here you can visit Caldey Abbey, home of Cistercian Monks. The monks farm this little island and produce revenue from sales of Caldey Island perfume & chocolate. Whilst you’re here, enjoy looking around the medieval priory, lighthouse & museum. To remember your day, buy a souvenir or two from the gift shop. And before you leave have some refreshment in the tea garden.

Take a trip to Cardigan Island Coastal Farm Park. This is located on a stunningly beautiful headland overlooking the nature reserve of Cardigan Island. Breeding and living in the caves here is a colony of Atlantic Grey Seals. You can view them at close quarters most days.

If history is your thing, then for several hundreds years of it, pay a visit to Aberglasney Gardens which is approximately 20 miles away from the Penthouse. The main house is steeped in history. Beautiful formal gardens, such as the Walled Garden, the Ninfarium, Cloister Garden, the Yew Tunnel and many more. You will also find a shop and café/restaurant.

Roman goldmines might be your interest in which case take a trip to Dolaucothi Goldminutes They offer a great insight to how gold was mined out of the Welsh hills all those hundreds of years ago.

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

For more wonderful horticultural displays, Dinefwr Park also has beautiful formal gardens designed and executed by Capability Brown in the 18th century.
Surprisingly with all this wonderful countryside & culture, 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). Here you can find some high adrenalin thrill rides and more sedate children’s rides and activities. Oakwood arrange special events throughout the year – look at their website for this years features. A ‘Techiquest’ interactive science activity is also located within The Oakwood Centre.

If you prefer more gentile family fun then visit Folly Farm near Tenby. This has a zoo, farm, funfair and large indoor adventure playground for kids and adults!

If it’s a bit of target practice you are after, then look up Culla Park - offering a Paintball Centre at Trimsaran, approximately 5 miles away.

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.

And for golfers – what better place than Carmarthenshire for a great choice of courses.

Within a 5-minute drive, you have the award winning Nicklaus Championship golf course at Machynys Peninsular Golf and Country Club.

If you require further challenges, then try out some of the following courses:
Ashburnham, par 72 links (15 minutes away), Morriston, par 68 (parkland course - 25 minutes away), Fairwood Park, par 72 (parkland course - 35 minutes away), Glyn Abbey, par 70 (parkland 18 minutes away), Carmarthen, par 71 (moorland 49 minutes away), Derilys Court, par 70 (parkland 43 minutes away), Glynhir, par 69 (parkland 37 minutes away), Parc Garnant, par 72 (hillside 35 minutes away), Gower, par 71 (parkland 23 minutes away),
Gowerton, par 27 (par3/driving range 17 minutes away), Pontardawe, par 70 (mountain/meadowland 37 minutes away), Pennard, par 71 (links 40 minutes away), Langland Bay, par 69 (meadowland 39 minutes away), Clyne, par 70 (moorland 34 minutes away), Earlswood, par 68 (downland 34 minutes away), Neath, par 72 (mountain 37 minutes away) and Royal Porthcawl, par 72
(links 50 minutes away).

There are plenty of places around for water sports, horse riding, cycling and much, much more!

Closer to home is the lively indoor market in Llanelli town, which offers local produce. The town also boasts shops, cafes & restaurant's and retains its' original charm.

Visit our website for further activities, shopping and links to other useful websites.

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  • Great for children of all ages
  • Pets welcome
  • Cot available
  • High chair available

Bed & bathroom

  • Bedroom 1: King Bed
    Bedroom 2: Bunk Bed
    Bedroom 3: Single Bed
  • 1 Family bathroom, 1 En suite, 1 Toilet Only


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

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  • Parking
  • Secure parking
  • Not suitable for wheelchair users


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.
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House rules

Hen and stag groups not accepted. Pets only allowed at Beachlands House.
No smoking in any common part areas or in our properties.


About the owner

Yvette M
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Calendar updated::
08 Dec 2016
Years listed:
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United Kingdom
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Languages spoken: English

This House has 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and sleeps 5. It’s been listed on Holiday Lettings since 10 Oct 2008. Located in Carmarthenshire, it has 18 reviews with an overall rating of 5. The average weekly rate varies from £416 to £588.

The Owner has a response rate of 85% and the property’s calendar was last updated on 08 Dec 2016.


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Guest reviews

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“A home from home”

Reviewed 30 May 2013

Very clean and comfortable. A very relaxed set up. Would certainly stay again. Excellent location, coastal walk just behind the street. Not overly developed so not too busy, easy access to the sea. Dog friendly beach.


Reviewed 11 May 2013

We have just had a wonderful short break at Beachlands House. Our girls aged 11 and 8 loved the bunks and the colour changing wall light in their room, they used the downstairs playroom/bedroom as a fun retreat to go and play on the Wii and chill out away from us (mum & dad). The whole house was clean and beautifully decorated throughout, well equipped with everything you could possibly need and more. A comfortable bed gave us a solid nights sleep after busy days out, including trips to Pembrey Country Park, Langland Beach and a bit further away the Doctor Who Experience which went down a storm with the girls. We were incredibly lucky and had the most amazing weather allowing us to have an ice cream or two from the Discovery Centre and a leisurely stroll back along the sands towards the house. Fantastic!!

“Home from home”

Reviewed 31 Oct 2012

The best equipped rental property I've ever stayed in. Everything you could possibly want or need was provided and everything was of a high standard. Excellent location and the cycles provided were great for getting about to see what the area had to offer. The beach wasn't as nice as expected as parts of it was a bit scruffy, but the coastal path and park more than made up for it. Near by Burry Port had a much nicer beach and was easily reached, either by car or, if you're more energetic, by cycle. Wonderful area to visit and suitable for all ages, our family staying there, ranged in age from 6 to 78. Beachlands House was like home from home and we can't wait to return!

“Beachlands house great”

Reviewed 27 Sep 2012

Having just returned from a short weekend break at beachlands we can highly recommend You visiting The location is fab with the beach just on your doorstep, or can you adventure out on the bikes provided along the coastal path beach lands is tastefully decorated and well maintained Yvette has thought of your every need and I particularly liked her exchange scheme for basic items. Truly a 5 star property

“A wonderful break in a really great part of Wales”

Reviewed 26 Sep 2012

Staying in a pet friendly house, we genuinely had a wonderful break. The house was extremely well equipped - we even had the use of bikes. Our hosts were very accommodating and I have already recommended the holiday location to our next door neighbours. The local area has been developed dramatically and there is a great deal for all ages to do. We will most certainly be returning for another break

“Tranquility and luxury”

Reviewed 31 May 2012

A very last minute booking for our wedding anniversary - Yvette was extremely accommodating and nothing was too much trouble. We were hugely impressed with the decor and ambience of the house - truly luxury. The location was peaceful and ideal for the beach. So many beautiful beaches all around the area. We loved it all and will be back!!

“Our home away from home”

Reviewed 24 Aug 2011

The minute we entered the house, we loved it: It was like a friend had given us his house to stay. The interior, the decor, all furniture is beautiful and comfortable. The children loved it that there was so much there for them to do. We grown ups enjoyed the comfort and cozyness of the house. In short: Our stay was much to short and we would love to come back. The information provided by the owner was comprehensive, easy to understand and very nicely put together.

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