£305 - £580 per week
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Llyn Brianne, the man made lake on the headwaters of the River Towy thumb-1
Pony Trekking along the bridle paths of Carmarthenshire thumb-1
Beautiful river walks in the Cambrian Mountains thumb-1
Take some time to walk along river banks and venture up in the mountains. thumb-1
Local agricultural shows are a great day out for all members of the family thumb-1
Enjoy exploring the Caio Forest nearby or the Great Forest Geopark - a swathe of upland country within the Brecon Beacons. You may cross paths with a Royal neighbour - Prince Charles has his Welsh home at Llwynywormwood thumb-1
Red Kites can be seen in the countryside thumb-1
Get your walking boots on and explore the various walking options around Snowdonia thumb-1
Walking in the Cader Iris mountain range thumb-1
There are lots of interesting individual shops in Llandeilo thumb-1
Llandovery has an interesting selection of shops and pubs as well as a craft market and Tourist Information Centre thumb-1
Visit Dolaucothi Goldmines and try panning for gold near the ancient drovers town of Lampeter thumb-1
Newton House, Dinefwr, Llandeilo is owned by The National Trust - adventure playgrounds, tours and activities for all to enjoy thumb-1
The seaside towns of Aberaeron and Aberystwyth are within an hours drive thumb-1
Riding along the peaceful lanes and through the woods and forests nearby thumb-1
Fishing on North Wales lakes - good luck thumb-1

Bedw Cottage near Llandovery and Llandeilo market towns

  • Sleeps 4
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • 3 Dogs
  • Reference 879
Why we recommend Bedw Cottage...

Carmarthenshire holiday cottage on owner's Welsh cob stud farm in alpine like valley peaceful Cambrian mountains. Dogs welcome. Red Kite country.

About Bedw Cottage
Carmarthenshire cottage for rural holidays Dogs welcome
  • A comfortable holiday cottage, converted from a barn, set off the tourist trail in a small remote valley in the beautiful rolling Carmarthenshire countryside. Dogs welcome.
  • There are lovely views from the sitting room with its large, feature stone fireplace (not in use) over the valley towards the small village of Caio.
  • The owners are champion Welsh Cob breeders.
  • The Brunant Arms in Caio, 2 miles away, serves a selection of real ales and good freshly prepared homemade food. Popular with locals and visitors alike. The village of Pumsaint, 2 miles away, has a garage with a small shop.
  • An ideal base for those seeking tranquility and freedom. Prince Charles too has bought a Welsh retreat in this area between Llandovery and Myddfai
  • Summer short breaks are available at dog friendly Carmarthenshire holiday home Bedw Cottage. Please phone for availability and price.
Red Kites soar over remote Carmarthenshire  holiday cottage
  • Red Kites wheel overhead, buzzards soar on the thermals. Do visit Llandeusant Red Kite Feeding Station where you can watch over 100 kites and buzzards being fed. It is a truly spectacular display. A challenging photographic spectacle.
The Royal Welsh Agricultural Show, Llanelwedd, Builth Wells - Dogs welcome
  • You certainly do not need to be a farmer to enjoy a fabulous day out at the wonderful, colourful, noisy and entertaining 'Royal Welsh'. A huge dedicated area of field, pavilions and exhibition halls will be packed with things to see and do including animals, sheep shearing, food, children's entertainment, National Countryside Conservation & Forestry exhibitions and so much more. Now one of Europe's largest agricultural shows.
Dolaucothi Roman Gold Mines (N.T.)
  • Caio Church is reputedly the site of the barracks which housed the Roman slaves who mined for gold at the Dolaucothi Gold Mines (N.T.) ­- guided tours from the end of May to beginning September.
Llandovery (Church among the Waters), Market Town
  • The pretty little market town of Llandovery 7 miles away is steeped in history. It is dominated by the ruined castle once a formidable fortress overlooking the river Towy. Stock up on groceries and essentials here. There are supermarkets, individually owned interesting shops, banks, delicatessen, ironmongers, a tourist information centre and much more.
Llandeilo Market Town
  • A delightful small country town full of Victorian and Georgian charm with interesting shops and a good choice of places to eat and drink. A lovely excursion for guests staying in this Carmarthenshire holiday cottage.
Dinefwr Castle, Newton House National Trust
  • Do explore historic National Trust Dinefwr Castle overlooking the Tywi river, visit the stately home Newton House and walk in the extensive park where an ancient breed of white cattle roam.
Lampeter University & Market Town & National Quilt Centre
  • This charming university and market town in the beautiful Teifi valley has served the farming community since Medieval times. It is host to regular cattle markets, antique auctions, an annual food festival and home to the National Welsh Quilt Centre. There is a variety of places to eat and drink.
  • There are cafes, pubs, galleries and crafts, enjoyable walks and wonderful scenery to enjoy.
  • Look out for the modern, aluminium & stainless steel statue of Llywelyn ap Gruffydd, beside the castle mound, a Welsh hero who helped in the rebellion of 1400 against the English.
Kings Head Inn, Llandovery
  • Enjoy quality Welsh cuisine at the traditional oak beamed Kings Head Inn in the heart of Llandovery. Tea, coffee & cakes, lunch and dinner are served daily.
Dinas RSPB Reserve, Rhandir-mwyn
  • Keen walkers with an interest in ornothology will enjoy the circular walk around Dinas RSPB Reserve.
  • Board walk and footpath takes you through oak woodland, steep and difficult in parts but your effort will be well rewarded. Flycatchers, wood warblers, blackcap, willow warbler, chiffchaff, redstart, kingfishers and many more birds can be seen.
Llys y Fan Fach, (lake) Llandeusant
  • The secret lake in the heart of the Black Mountains is the source of the legend which tells of a beautiful woman emerging from the lake to marry a local farmer. The lake is stunningly blue when the sun shines and a delightful spot from where to enjoy superb mountain scenery.
Sixty antique dealers under one roof - The Works, Llandeilo
  • Sixty independent antique dealers under one roof selling antiques and collectables. Enjoy browsing.
Welsh Antiques, Richard Bebb, Castle Mill, Kidwelly
  • Richard Bebb has the finest collection of Welsh antique furniture in Wales and he is a recognised world expert on traditional Welsh furniture with two beautifully illustrated tombes published on the subject.
Pet friendly Carmarthenshire holiday cottage
  • Lots to enjoy near this Carmarthenshire holiday cottage. May we recommend a day exploring the Cambrian mountains around Llyn Briane to Llanwrtyd Wells and back via Llandovery. Dogs welcome
Property Layout

2 Bedrooms sleeping a maximum of 4, 1 double, 1 twin. Travel cot available.

Towels provided.

Bathroom with toilet, washbasin, bath and walk-in shower.

Sitting Room with 3 piece suite, tv/dvd, radio/c.d. Large inglenook feature fireplace (not in use) and views over rolling countryside.

Kitchen/Diner fitted kitchen with electric cooker, microwave, fridge with ice box, dishwasher, washing machine, table and chairs seating 6, and stable door to exterior steps.

Fuel oil central heating inclusive May - September £20 per week outside these dates.

Grounds unenclosed garden with unenclosed pond - care with small children please. Garden furniture and views across the valley.

Ample parking

No smoking in the cottage please.

Welcome FREE: 3 Dogs max (extras please phone)

SATURDAY CHANGEOVER

Access Information

Is there parking for at least one car within the cottage grounds? Yes

Is there a gate to open? Yes

If no parking within the grounds is there parking within 100m? Yes

Does this parking have reserved disabled spaces (min width 3.6m)? Yes

Are there paths? Yes

Are paths level and firm? No

Type of suface Gravel

Are there dropped kerbs or changes in level? Yes

Are paths at least 1.2m wide? Yes

Are there dropped kerbs or changes in level? Yes

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Another great stay at Bedw Cottage

After three years, we returned to Bedw Cottage for another great stay, this time in winter. Pity it was only two weeks; we could have stayed forever. The cottage was cosy and very comfortable. The scenery didn't disappoint with a bit of snow on the hills creating a postcard setting - a novelty for Georgia who had not seen snow falling before. Rebecca and Owen were terrific hosts again, very generous with their time and hospitality. Can't wait to come back again.
Mark F - Sydney, Australia
Property Layout

2 Bedrooms sleeping a maximum of 4, 1 double, 1 twin. Travel cot available.

Towels provided.

Bathroom with toilet, washbasin, bath and walk-in shower.

Sitting Room with 3 piece suite, tv/dvd, radio/c.d. Large inglenook feature fireplace (not in use) and views over rolling countryside.

Kitchen/Diner fitted kitchen with electric cooker, microwave, fridge with ice box, dishwasher, washing machine, table and chairs seating 6, and stable door to exterior steps.

Fuel oil central heating inclusive May - September £20 per week outside these dates.

Grounds unenclosed garden with unenclosed pond - care with small children please. Garden furniture and views across the valley.

Ample parking

No smoking in the cottage please.

Welcome FREE: 3 Dogs max (extras please phone)

SATURDAY CHANGEOVER

Access Information

Is there parking for at least one car within the cottage grounds? Yes

Is there a gate to open? Yes

If no parking within the grounds is there parking within 100m? Yes

Does this parking have reserved disabled spaces (min width 3.6m)? Yes

Are there paths? Yes

Are paths level and firm? No

Type of suface Gravel

Are there dropped kerbs or changes in level? Yes

Are paths at least 1.2m wide? Yes

Are there dropped kerbs or changes in level? Yes

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