This traditional Welsh village lies on the banks of the Afon Marlas, in Carmarthenshire. Just east of Llandybie holiday cottages, the Brecon Beacons National Park is home to misty mountains and shimmering lakes, while to the west, fishing villages and sandy beaches await discovery on a remarkably quiet and undeveloped coast. The green valleys and ancient woods surrounding the village are dotted with some of Wales’ most impressive castles and stately homes.
Take a stroll from your holiday cottage in Llandybie and you will discover a welcoming community with a maze of narrow streets, full of family-run businesses. If you fancy eating out, try Valan’s, a stylish restaurant in the heart of the village, with a reputation for delicious food prepared with fresh, seasonal ingredients from the neighbouring fields and coast. For a pint of local ale, head to the Red Lion, a lively pub where the Sunday roast is particularly popular among locals.
Holywell is a large holiday cottage that sleeps 12 in the little village of Llandebie (albeit large enough for a pub or two) in the beautiful Carmarthenshire countryside. The facilities at this secluded pet friendly cottage include a swimming pool, hot tub, sauna, gym and a pool table. location is p...
- Sleeps 12
- Bedrooms 6
- Bathrooms 2
Wandering through Llandybie, you will notice a number of historic landmarks, such as St Dybie Church, which dates back to medieval times. Llandybie is served by the Heart of Wales Railway, which runs from the Craven Arms in Shropshire to Llanelli in southwest Wales, with breathtaking views of some of the country’s most glorious countryside. Self-catering holidays in Llandybie are hard to beat if you are planning on exploring the beautiful county of Carmarthenshire. From the rugged foothills of the Brecon Beacons National Park to the pristine beaches of the coast, this is undoubtedly one of Wales’ most enchanting regions.
Within a short drive of Llandybie, you will discover ancient forests and lush valleys. The area is scattered with monuments and gardens, such as the romantic, 13th century ruins of Carreg Castle, Aberglasney Gardens and the National Botanic Garden of Wales.