Handpicked Cottages in Carmarthenshire
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For those wanting a peaceful retreat with countless stunning views and areas to explore, look no further than the county of Carmarthenshire. We boast a portfolio of top-quality traditional and modern cottages, chalet lodges, barn conversions, country homes or holiday apartments. Take a soak in your own private bubbling hot tub or put your feet up next to a roaring log-fire after walking along the county’s beautiful landscapes- these are just two of the luxurious features that are available in a selection of our holiday cottages.
Not to mention, your four-legged friend won’t be in the doghouse this holiday, as they are more than welcome to stay in selected properties. Simply use our key to identify which properties allow pooches to stay. The image-based key is also particularly helpful for quickly finding properties that meet your requirements, for example being wheelchair accessible; however, should you need more help and guidance, get in touch with our sales team that would be more than happy to assist you.
Our Carmarthenshire holiday cottages sleep groups of two or more, ideal for couples, families or large parties that want Carmarthenshire to be the base of their Welsh retreat.
Made up of coastal paradises, flowing fields, winding rivers and romantic castle ruins, the county of Carmarthenshire is the picture of perfection that provides the ideal backdrop for walking. Easily accessible from the M4- this idyllic county is ideal for urbanites looking to venture away from the hustle and bustle of city life without having to deal with a long journey.
Boarded by the Gower Peninsula to the east and Pembrokeshire to the west, Carmarthenshire is the hidden gem that is nestled between these two areas that are hugely popular with tourists. Truly experience a slower pace of life whilst staying in one of the sleepy market towns that make up Carmarthenshire.