Cottages to Rent In Carmarthenshire
Looking for the perfect holiday? Why not stay in a Carmarthenshire holiday cottage and the south west corner of magical Wales. It is home to some the best beaches, with wonderfully long coastal footpaths. One of these is Ceft Sidan in Pembrey – ideal for strolling along barefooted with a loved one, or for fishing. Bring your best walking shoes and aim for Dyserth town, where Dyserth Waterfall can be found nestled amongst woodland. Alternatively, spend a romantic afternoon strolling through the National Botanic Gardens. The National Wool Museum in the little town of Llandysul is always fun for a day trip, and sharing the area’s history in an engaging way. For a delicious Sunday lunch, The Berwyn Restaurant in the quaint Llandrillo is the place to go, while Gradient Food in Llangollen offers a tasty menu in a unique, quirky atmosphere.
Blaenfforest Cottage is a 4-star 1-bedroom Carmarthenshire cottage in the ‘Garden of Wales, close to the stunning West Wales Beaches. Tastefully styled to offer a contemporary feel entwined with a taste of Welsh country life. Complete the relaxation with your own private Hot Tub and free WiFi. P...
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Situated in the corner of Carmarthenshire, the Granary is a 4* self catering holiday cottage at Blaenfforest which has been individually styled to offer guests a taste of Welsh country life with a contemporary feel. To complete the relaxation The Granary has its own private Hot Tub and Free WiFi. P...
Cosy, well-equipped cottage near Lampeter on the Carmarthenshire/Ceredigion border. Former farmworker's dwelling situated on the owners' smallholding on the outskirts of the historic village of Caio, near the Dolaucothi Gold Mines.
A delightful, quirky cottage with a wood-burning stove, located on an idyllic, secluded organic dairy farm near Newcastle Emlyn, west Wales. Only 30 minutes from the wonderful beaches of Cardigan Bay it is the perfect rural, dog-friendly retreat from the bustle of city life.
Carmarthen is a thriving Norman market town, situated between the lovely Brecon Beacons National Park, and the fields, rivers and woodlands to the west of the county. Camarthen is Wales’ oldest town, dating back over 2000 years – so you know you will never be short of fascinating local history to hear about. Zooming back to the present, this is a county that never runs out of exciting things to do, like river rafting and tubing. For some family fun, visit the Millennium Coastal Park, fit with a discovery centre, cosy café and a park that’s ideal for cycling. Alternatively, go for a night on the town in Rhyl, where popular pubs can be found, as well as the Rhyl Pavillion Theatre where you are sure to find a good evening show.