About this property
Perfect for a small family, there are plenty of attractions nearby, including Kidwelly Castle, Penclawydd Wildfowl Centre and Pembrey Country Park.. All on the ground floor.
Open plan living space: With wooden floor.
Living area: With digital TV, DVD player and French doors leading to garden.
Kitchen area: With gas cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer and dishwasher.
Bedroom 1: With kingsize bed.
Bedroom 2: With single bed and pull-out single bed (for child).
Bathroom: With shower over bath, and toilet.. Gas included. Highchair. Lawned garden with patio, sitting-out area and furniture.. All properties: Oil central heating, electricity, bed linen and towels included. Travel cot. Landscaped gardens (shared with other properties on-site). Private parking. No smoking. NB: There are farm vehicles on display and significant drops within the grounds. . Shared indoor swimming pool. These purpose-built holiday cottages (refs 24574, 27255 and 27257) have been constructed or converted from the original farmhouse buildings and an old Welsh longhouse. Welsh craftsmanship at its best - only the finest local tradesmen and materials have been used for the conversion of these buildings. They are situated in an elevated position on the edge of Broadlay near Ferryside on the old pilgrim road to St David’s Cathedral. There is generous amenity space, dog walking paths and a country adventure play area for small, accompanied children. The complex is on the local bus route which connects to Carmarthen via the hotel and Ferryside railway station. In the opposite direction, Kidwelly and Swansea are en route. Ferryside is uncommercialised, peaceful and quiet; the ideal getaway for a perfect weekend (or longer) break. It is also, due to its proximity to Carmarthen, Llanelli and other centres, an ideal corporate meeting place. Kidwelly, with its Norman castle, industrial heritage museum, Pembrey Country Park and Motorsport Centre, within approximately 10 minutes’ travelling time. The National Botanical Gardens, Laugharne (famous for Dylan Thomas’ Boathouse) and many Pembrokeshire attractions are about half an hour’s drive. There are many places to visit including Dylan Thomas’ cottage, where he spent the last years of his life. The Millennium Coastal Cycle Path, part of the national cycle path network, meanders through approximately 20 miles of local coastline, passing through local areas of interest. Places to visit include Kidwelly Castle, the Penclawydd Wildfowl Centre, and the Loughor Estuary with views of the Mumbles Peninsula south of Swansea. Shop, pub and restaurant ½ mile.