Llanybri Lodge Nr. Laugharne, Carmarthenshire

£410 - £1030 per week

Why We Reccommend Llanybri Lodge

Llanybri Lodge with wooden hot tub, overlook the Taf Estuary is close to Laugharne, once home to poet Dylan Thomas whose Boathouse and Writing Shed are open to the public.

Description

Stylish Carmarthenshire holiday cottage near Laugharne - Family and pet friendly. Wooden Hot tub is £20 extra per booking if required - please call us to add the Hot Tub to your booking.

  • Shimmering light from the waters of the Taf Estuary shine through every window of this charming home set within the grounds, but completely independent, of Llanybri Farmhouse.  Uninterrupted views span the Taf Estuary to Dylan Thomas’ Boathouse and Writing Shed on the opposite 'heron priested shore'.
  • The open plan interior with elegant oak floors has clearly defined lounge, kitchen and dining areas for relaxed, easy care holidays.
  • Country tweed sofas and armchairs are enticingly grouped around the log burner for cosy evenings. On warm days throw open the French doors and let gentle breezes and sunlight flood in. A large dining table invites lingering convivial meals prepared in the well-equipped kitchen.
  • A generous utility room with integral washer/dryer and freezer provide extra space for muddy wellies, sandy towels and tired, happy dogs.
  • Both bedrooms have estuary views with luxury linens, stylish throws and plenty of storage.
  • The well-appointed bathroom has a large walk-in shower. A separate cloakroom is accessed from the Utility room with shower and toilet.
  • Garden furniture and a barbecue are provided on the front terrace as well as a Wood fired Hot tub (Additional £20 p/w payable at time of booking).  An additional lawn garden area is also available.
  • There is a natural pond to the left of Lanybri Lodge, please take care with young children.
  • There is a completely independent property next door ~ Llanybri Farmhouse ( Ref 1379 ) ~ these two can be booked together to sleep a maximum of 14 if required.
  • Welcome pack of provisions.
  • 5-night winter short breaks available. 


Location

The Farmers Arms, Llanybri

  • Take an evening walk to The Farmers Arms in the nearby village of Llanybri  (2 miles) for local ales and delicious Thai food.

Llansteffan

  • The pretty village of Llansteffan, also just 2 miles away, has a wonderful sandy beach, delightful walks, a castle, a few shops, a post office and the Castle Inn which serves ales, wines and bar food including curries and Caribbean meals. Pantyrathro Mansion is a must for dinner or lunch and snacks.
  • Grab a takeaway and enjoy the Llansteffan seafront views with some fresh fish and chips from Ferry Cabin Café and Florries Fish and Chips.

Laugharne

  • On the estuary of the River Taf, Laugharne is a short drive away and has well known restaurants, shops, tea-rooms, inns, a romantic ruined castle and 'The Boathouse', a museum to the renowned Welsh poet Dylan Thomas, a village store, a Spar with an ATM, chemist and post office combined and a bakery. (supermarkets & chain stores in Carmarthen).
  • Dining out in Laugharne offers lots of choice. Browns Hotel, famous as Dylan Thomas’s preferred drinking establishment, is open for lunch or supper. The Cors Restaurant is a romantic restaurant set in a ‘fairy-tale’ garden with unpretentious, well-executed, straightforward cooking. Just outside Laugharne, The Corran Resort & Spa offers pampering spa treatments and a restaurant where the ethos is to offer ‘well-prepared, thoughtfully cooked and beautifully presented cuisine with more than a hint of Welsh character.’
  • Yr Hen Dafarn affectionately known to locals as Big Bills is a must visit and offers a seasonal menu and locally sourced game. 

Carmarthen County/Market Town & super leisure centre & pool in Johnstown

  • Carmarthen, an historic county market town with individual shops, supermarkets and chains.
  • The market is a wonderful place to pick up traditional Welsh produce such as Carmarthen ham, cockles and lava bread.
  • Carmarthen Leisure Centre located in Johnstown has a swimming pool and lots of other sporting and leisure facilities plus the Xcel Bowling Alley.

Pendine Beach for kite flying. Dogs welcome

  • Pendine, with its 7-mile long sandy beach famous for Sir Malcolm Campbell's world land speed records, is now popular for kite-buggying and beach games. Dogs are welcome all year round on Pendine Beach but in a restricted area only during peak times.

Aberglasney & National Botanical Garden of Wales Towey Valley

  • Inland there is the beautiful Tywi Valley with lush rolling countryside dotted with romantic ruined castles and for garden lovers there is Middleton, the National Botanical Gardens of Wales ('The Great Glasshouse') and historic Aberglasney (a 'Garden lost in Time').

Narberth Market Town

  • The bustling town of Narberth with lots of independent shops, cafes and pubs is within a 30 minute drive. Fantastic for a rainy day idea or indulging in some retail therapy.

Tenby & Award Winning Beaches, Pembrokeshire

  • Medieval walled town of bustling narrow streets full of shops, bars, cafes & restaurants together with elegant Georgian buildings, boat trips and 5 magnificent award winning sandy beaches makes this a wonderful day out.
Quality Family Attractions
  • Enjoy a wide variety of fun packed family days out in south Pembrokeshire at Folly Farm, Tudor Merchant's House (NT), Manor Wildlife Park, Heatherton Sports Park, the Dinosaur Park, Colby Woodland Gardens (NT) and Carew Karting.


Layout

2 Bedrooms sleeping a maximum of 4. 1 Double and 1 Twin both on ground floor with Flat screen wall-mounted TV in each room. 

Bathroom with extra large monsoon style shower, basin, toilet. Large heated towel rail.

Open Plan Kitchen/Living/Dining Area
Lounge Area with log burning stove, TV, large comfortable sofa, 2 armchairs, footstool and occasional tables.

Dining Area large oak dining table seating 6. 

Kitchen Area with electric hob and oven, dishwasher, microwave, coffee machine and CD/radio/AUX.

Utility Washer/Dryer, double sink and freezer.

Cloakroom with toilet and large shower. 

Grounds terrace and lawn in rural seaside setting. Barbecue and outdoor furniture to seat 4. Wooden Hot Tub (£20 p/w, please let us know at time of booking if you would like to use the Hot Tub during your stay so the Hot Tub can be prepared and filled for your stay).

NB: There is a natural pond to the left of Llanybri Lodge, please take care with
young children.

Additional Information

 

Short breaks - Winter Breaks Available, 5 nights minimum stay. Please call us for more information.

WiFi - Yes

Changeover - Saturday

Towels - Yes

Parking - Yes for 2 cars

Fuel - Radiator heating throughout inclusive, starter pack of logs free

Dogs - 2. 1 dog free, additional dog £25 p/w

Travel cot - Yes on request

Highchair - Yes

Accessibility

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? No

Does this parking have reserved disabled spaces (min width 3.6m)? No

Are there paths? No

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


Where to find Llanybri Lodge

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