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Explore the wonderful Pembrokeshire National Park, with the chance to see dolphins and seals. Some stunning coastal walks along the around Ceredigion, Cardigan Bay and the wildlife rich Cambrian Mountains, great for walking and mountain biking. Superb beaches and fishing harbours.

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Barn in West Wales 4

Aberaeron, Dyfed, Wales

Barn in West Wales From £805 Availability

Mydroilyn is a small village, just a short drive from Aberaeron and New Quay with picturesque harbours, Georgian architecture, colourful houses, shops, galleries and eateries. The interesting university town of Lampeter is a little further inland and offers a range of museums, galleries, shops and restaurants too. This is a perfect place to explore the very best of the culture, coast and countryside in Ceredigion. Why not experience the views by steam train, go on a boat trip dolphin spotting, walk the Dylan Thomas trail, join the Coastal Path or find the secluded sandy beaches. With lots to see and do, after a full day out you can return to relax in the hot tub. (Please check admittance for the various attractions). Drive into the farm and straight ahead to this luxury barn with all your creature comforts. On entering this stylish property, you know you are in for a treat, walking into the open plan lounge/kitchen/diner with French doors opening out to the patio. The lounge area has a contemporary feel and is a perfect space for relaxing with leather sofas and sheepskins, Smart TV and coal effect electric fire. The kitchen area, with granite worksurfaces, is fully equipped with an electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, dishwasher and coffee machine. The kitchen island takes centre stage with comfortable bar chairs and lovely views over the garden towards the open countryside. The perfect setting to share a meal and plan your activities. You will also find a drinks fridge, chest freezer and washing machine in the separate shared utility room. Walk down the corridor and you will find two spacious bedrooms both with TVs, luxury bed linen and cosy robes for the hot tub. Choose from the king size bedroom with en suite shower room and WC or the super king size zip and link (which can be made up as a twin on request) with Jack and Jill shower room and WC, which is also accessed from the hallway. Heading outside, you can relax and sit back on the paved patio area with hot tub, table and chairs and open views towards the countryside. You are welcome to use the large indoor covered swimming pool. Please note the swimming pool is not heated. There is also the shared tennis courts and undercover table tennis zone for you to enjoy. The barn is one of two properties on the owners working farm though privacy is assured. There is ample private parking at the property. Within the complex of the Welsh Cob Cottage is another property named Clysedale, also available to book.

Barn in West Wales 6

Hundleton, Dyfed, Wales

Barn in West Wales From £438 Availability

On a quiet complex of four holiday properties, this beautiful barn is perfectly located for enjoying the peace and tranquility of the Pembrokeshire countryside. Nature lovers will enjoy spotting the variety of birds and coastal wildlife, and the coastal path runs over common ground nearby, providing excellent walking opportunities. Also nearby is the town of Pembroke; here, explore the Norman castle, the shops and tea rooms. Many sandy beaches are within a 15 minute drive, while the bustling seaside resorts of Tenby and Saundersfoot are approximately 11 miles away great for a day trip. With its exposed beams and large windows, the barn makes the most of its location. Relax in the spacious lounge and take it all in, or watch TV or a DVD in front of the electric fire. The kitchen/diner is fully equipped with an electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer and dishwasher, as well as a washing machine. The accommodation is all on one level, meaning the property s three bedrooms are all also on the ground floor. There s a double bedroom with a TV and two twins, making this a great property for families. The bathroom has a shower over the bath and a WC, and there s a shower room with shower and WC. Outside you ll find a private patio and garden furniture to the rear, so you can sit in the sun and enjoy the countryside views, and a shared open lawn to the front overlooking the river. The complex also has a slipway to the Cleddau estuary, great for boating enthusiasts.

Barn in West Wales 6

Hundleton, Dyfed, Wales

Barn in West Wales From £440 Availability

Approached via a lane that leads to the estuary foreshore with a slipway for boating enthusiasts, this character barn is the perfect picturesque retreat. It s located on the edge of Hundleton, with the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path running nearby. There are a whole host of stunning sandy beaches within a 15 minute drive, such as West Angle Bay, Broad Haven South and Freshwater East. The bustling resorts of Tenby and Saundersfoot are also a short drive, offering quaint streets, harbours and a real seaside atmosphere. The barn has been converted with character exposed beams and updated with a contemporary interior finish. It s spacious, providing plenty of room for the whole family. Relax in the lounge and watch the TV or a DVD, or curl up with a book in front of the electric fire on cooler evenings. The kitchen/diner is well equipped, with an electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and washing machine. You ll also find one of the twin bedrooms on the ground floor, as well as the shower room which has a shower and WC. Upstairs is a double bedroom with a TV and another twin, plus a bathroom with a shower over the bath and a WC. Outside is an enclosed garden with furniture at the rear, so you can make the most of the countryside views. Perhaps dine alfresco or enjoy a drink as the sun sets. Or relax on the shared open lawn to the front of the property with its river view.

Barn in West Wales 5

Llandovery, Dyfed, Wales

Barn in West Wales From £565 Availability

Arrive at this stable cottage and drop your bags off before heading straight out to explore. Coed Trallwmn Mountain Bike and Visitor Centre is just 20 miles from your door so hop on your bike and ride the day away. Large windows let light flood inside creating a tranquil feel at this home from home. The comfortable sofas invite you to put your feet up as you laze away in front of the TV or gaze across the fields and valleys beyond. There is plenty of room for all hands on deck to make light work of mealtimes in the kitchen/diner. Gather at the island and utilize all of the fantastic space to cook up a storm. Plate up at the table which comfortably seats six and enjoy dining together. There is a handy downstairs WC but head to the first floor to find the family shower room. The three bedrooms can also be found on this floor, the spacious king size with en suite shower room, 4ft queen sized double room and snug single all invite you to switch off and unwind. Wake up and discover the indoor hot tub, shared with other properties on site, to start your day with a relaxing soak. Enjoy sunny days on the lawn, also a good spot for four legged friends to stretch their legs and fire up the BBQ in the evening for a tasty feast to enjoy. In addition to washing and storage facilities for mountain bikes, there is ample off road parking at this property.

Barn in West Wales 8

Kidwelly, Dyfed, Wales

Barn in West Wales From £684 Availability

This property enjoys a quiet location in the Carmarthenshire countryside, just six miles from the county town Carmarthen. The town has a good range of shops and eateries, and is also home to a number of historic sites, including the atmospheric ruined castle. To the south of the property lies the Carmarthenshire coastline, where there is a choice of lovely beaches, such as those at Pembrey Country Park, Llansteffan, and Ferryside. For those who have an interest in the literary heritage of the area, a trip to The Dylan Thomas Boathouse in Laugharne is not to be missed. This quaint cottage is where the poet lived for the last four years of his life and the view from the windows was immortalised in his poem Over Sir John s Hill. There is a welcoming tearoom here, as well as preserved front parlour, and an interesting exhibition of the poet s life. Why not visit the National Botanic Garden of Wales and the Aberglasney Gardens for a wonderful day out or venture to the Ffos Las racecourse (Please check admittance for the various attractions). On arrival at this lovely property, guests will first come to the spacious, light filled kitchen/diner. This room offers a warm welcome and is furnished with a large dining table, and a well equipped kitchen area with an oven, hob, microwave, and fridge/freezer. The dishwasher, washing machine, and tumble dryer, meanwhile, can be found in the separate utility room. Doors lead from the kitchen/diner through to the lounge, another generously sized room with a relaxing atmosphere, comfortable sofa seating, patio doors leading out to the garden, a TV, and DVD. (There are steps down to the lounge area from the kitchen/diner). The property has four bedrooms, one of which is located on the ground floor, a double room which enjoys direct access to the patio through the room s French windows. There is also a shower room with WC on the ground floor, whilst the main bathroom with a bath, shower, and WC can be found on the first floor, where the three remaining bedrooms are located. The first of these is a stylish double room benefitting from its own TV and an en suite shower room with WC. The second bedroom is another double, whilst the third bedroom is a restful twin room. Outside, there is an enclosed patio garden which not only offers garden furniture and a BBQ, but is also where guests will find the wonderfully relaxing hot tub, from where they can enjoy splendid views over the surrounding fields.

Barn in West Wales 4

Cenarth, Dyfed, Wales

Barn in West Wales From £508 Availability

This home is ideally located halfway between the lovely Llandysul, steeped in history and Welsh culture with its shops and cafes to enjoy, and the market town of Newcastle Emlyn with its variety of antique and independent shops, pubs and cafes. Pop to the National Wool Museum or Newcastle Emlyn s castle. Explore the Teifi River, the Ffynone and Cenarth Waterfalls, the history of coracle fishing and wildlife watching or sea fishing boat trips from New Quay s harbour. The coastline is surprisingly close, with the seaside resort of Aberporth a short drive away. It s a great starting point to visit pretty towns and villages along Cardigan Bay such as New Quay and picture perfect Aberaeron. This is an all year round destination with so much to see and do. Open the front door into the lounge with a feature fireplace, wood burner, exposed beams, comfy sofa, chairs and a Smart TV. Continue through to the kitchen/diner which is flooded with natural light and a lovely space to rustle up a meal with local purchases made on your travels. The kitchen is creatively designed with an electric oven and hob, microwave and fridge with freezer compartment. The dining table is perfectly positioned for everyone to gather around to enjoy their meal and offers views into the garden. Upstairs, there are two bedrooms to choose from; both have exposed beams and dual aspect windows, and are designed for a good night s sleep. Take the lovely double bed or the cosy 4 double. Wake up to gorgeous garden views and start the day with a leisurely shower in the stylish shower room with a shower and WC. Regret no children under 4 years old (due to open staircase to the first floor). Outside, there is a designated patio with table and chairs perfect for alfresco dining, plus large shared gardens with a lawn, a bridge over the stream, and a raised deck overlooking the stream with a table and chairs a lovely spot to enjoy a picnic. There is also the opportunity to see the old watermill. There is private off road parking for one car only opposite the property. The owners are on site though privacy is assured at all times.

Barn in West Wales 5

Cilycwm, Dyfed, Wales

Barn in West Wales From £540 Availability

Nestled into the valley and surrounded by woodland on one side and open hillside on the other, there is ample space to roam and explore here. Enjoy walking, mountain biking, pony trekking, or bird watching all from your doorstep. Nearby you can pan for gold at Dolaucothi gold mines (9 miles), catch your dinner with fishing at the Llyn Brianne Reservoir (12 miles permit required), or browse the local shops of Cilycwm (1 mile). At the heart of the house, an open plan kitchen/diner makes a wonderfully social space to cook, dine, and relax, with a central dining table seating up to eight. From here, enjoy views over the surrounding gardens, mountains and woodland. From here, a few steps lead down to the lounge area a striking room with an impressive vaulted ceiling. On cold winter nights, fire up the wood burner and turn the room into a cosy haven in which to snuggle ideal for a family film night in front of a DVD. Also on the ground floor, you ll find two bedrooms: one twin and one single. Upstairs, curl up on one of the comfortable armchairs on the mezzanine with a balcony overlooking the living space the perfect spot for devouring a good book. The double bedroom can be found just off the mezzanine, and the bathroom is also on this floor. Step outside into the spacious gardens enjoy the private lawn area, with picnic table and views of the stream, woodlands and hills. . With no roaming sheep, your hound will love sniffing out adventure here. All in all a delightful spot for an al fresco evening drink. Nearby woods can be explored by guests 18 acres of woodland with a variety of pathways. Wildlife and 15 varieties of indigenous trees with spectacular views of the Black Mountain and Pen Y Banc

Barn in West Wales 2

Llandovery, Dyfed, Wales

Barn in West Wales From £452 Availability

Set within the grounds of a 80 acre farm, this beautiful home is perfectly placed for all types of outdoor pursuits including mountain biking, walking and cycling. If the sheep are in the farm building or are in pens, guests are invited to come and watch and, depending on the task, perhaps help. Take to two wheels and head to the Coed Trallwm Mountain Bike Centre (14.5 miles) where different trails cater for all abilities. Explore the fascinating Roman gold mines at Dolaucothi (16.5 miles), which are set amid wooded hillsides overlooking the beautiful Cothi Valley. Entering this charming cottage, you ll arrive in a hallway with space for hanging up coats and boots and a handy downstairs WC. In the spacious living room, which overlooks the pretty courtyard, sink down onto the comfortable sofas and enjoy a glass of something cold while you watch a film together. The well equipped kitchenette has an electric cooker and hob, fridge freezer, microwave, washer/dryer, ensuring you ll have everything you need throughout your stay. When it s time to rest, head upstairs where you ll discover an inviting king size bedroom with a walk in wardrobe and an en suite shower room and WC. Also located upstairs is additional seating on the upstairs light filled landing with 2 seats and glass table. Stepping outside, relax on the lawn before firing up the BBQ and taking a seat to really soak up your surroundings. Soothe tired and aching muscles with a soak in the shared hot tub. There is also ample off road parking available.

Barn in West Wales 2

Llandysul, Dyfed, Wales

Barn in West Wales From £514 Availability

This beautiful barn is set in a 2 acre garden just outside the village of Capel Dewi. There are countryside walks available from the front door and the quiet roads are popular with cycling enthusiasts. The village of Llandysul is just over 4 miles away; the village and the surrounding areas offer a selection of shops, bars and restaurants. If you would like to visit the coast while you're here, the popular coastal town of New Quay is 12 miles away why not take a boat trip and see if you can spot the dolphins in Cardigan Bay? As you enter the converted barn, you are welcomed into an open plan lounge/kitchen/diner. The lounge is a cosy space, with an L shaped sofa and a wood burner to enjoy on cooler evenings. Curl up and enjoy a night in watching the TV in front of the fire after a day of exploring. This dog friendly property has even provided a cosy spot for your four legged friends next to the fire too. To the rear of the lounge, there is a dining table where you can enjoy your meals or to get back to basics and play board or card games in the tranquil setting. The kitchen is equipped with an electric oven and hob, fridge, microwave and dishwasher, and all the basic necessities you should need to prepare a meal. Through to the back of the property, you will find a utility room complete with a freezer, washing machine, and a dressing area with a mirror, drawers, and hanging space for clothes. There is also the bathroom with a shower over the bath and WC. The bedroom, with its king size bed, is accessed via a wooden ladder onto the mezzanine floor level above; this cosy sanctuary is a great space to unwind and get a good night's sleep. Externally, there is a patio garden for guests to enjoy. The patio is fully enclosed making it safe for your dog off lead and there is a bistro set provided and a charcoal BBQ available on request, so you can dine alfresco should you wish. Outside of the patio, there are 2 acres of garden to explore with woodland, an area of lawn with sun and shade, and seating scattered along the way. Spend an evening up at the firepit before heading back downhill towards the barn. The hot tub, set on its own terrace with loungers, is always available to guests but shared with the owners guests can book exclusive use at times that they want guaranteed privacy. There is off road parking available for 2 cars and a caravan/trailer if required.

Barn in West Wales 2

Carmarthen, Dyfed, Wales

Barn in West Wales From £368 Availability

This property enjoys a tranquil farmland location in the Carmarthenshire countryside. Ideally situated to enjoy both Pembrokeshire and Carmarthenshire; eleven miles to the south east of the property, the historic town of Carmarthen is a lovely place to spend a day, wandering the streets of the old town, browsing the independent shops, and sampling the food in the many restaurants, pubs, and cafes. The town also has an interesting castle, and a museum, whilst there are many more fascinating attractions in the surrounding area including the Gwili Steam Railway, Kidwelly Castle, and the stunning Pembrokeshire coast which lies 17 miles away and offers a number of wonderful, wide sandy beaches such as those at Saundersfoot and Tenby. Two stone steps lead to the front door of this attractive single storey property, which opens onto the open plan lounge/diner. In this welcoming room, guests will find a dining table seating four, as well as comfortable seating, and a TV/DVD. A door from this room leads through to the kitchen, which is equipped with an oven, hob, microwave, and fridge/freezer. The property has one ground floor bedroom, a pretty dual aspect room with a double bed, dressing table, and bedside drawers. Finally, there is a spacious wet room with a shower and WC. Heading back into the lounge/diner you will find a further doorway to your left with a steep ladder style staircase allowing access to the second twin bedroom. Outside, the property benefits from a private patio, with garden furniture, where guests can enjoy views across the farm. In addition to this, guests also have access to seven acres of woodland, a quiet retreat with winding pathways and several seating areas. Guests should be aware that there is livestock on the farm.

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