Set in a rural and idyllic area, Penrhiw is a 300-year-old detached cottage located eight miles from Carmarthen, the oldest town in Wales. Carmarthen is a quiet, friendly market town with a variety of independent shops and art galleries to browse with a selection of restaurants and pubs. For local convenience, there is a village shop within a 5-minute walk. and you can also use online Tesco home delivery.
Penrhiw has been extensively renovated to a high standard, with exposed beams, underfloor heating downstairs and in both bathrooms.
This wonderful country home can accommodate up to six guests with its three comfortable double bedrooms, family bathroom and shower room, spacious kitchen, sitting room, separate TV room. There is a beautiful garden with unspoiled views and dining/barbecue area. There are also facilities to accommodate small children and babies so the whole family can enjoy a break together. There is parking for up to four vehicles.
Well behaved, clean, dry and well groomed dogs are welcome. Ground floor only please.
Penrhiw Cottage is in a beautiful area of West Wales, ideal for extensive long walks through meadows, moss covered woods and along rivers and streams on the neighbouring 100 acres farm, a stunning wooded valley teaming with wildlife, which is available by arrangement. It is equidistant to the Pembrokeshire and Cardiganshire coasts that provides ample walking and cycling routes that explore the area.
For the activity loving guests, there is a huge variety of things to do such as golf, horse riding, sea and world-famous fly-fishing, shooting, canoeing, sailing, dolphin and whale watching and coasteering. There are numerous magical sandy beaches that are between 25 minutes and an hour’s drive from the cottage. You can also venture further afield and discover the Brecon Beacons National Park, the National Botanic Garden of Wales, Oakwood Theme Park, The Blue Lagoon water park, Manor Wildlife Park and of course, the extraordinary Pembrokeshire coastal path.
A short drive away from Penrhiw is the castle estuary village of Laugharne, once home to Dylan Thomas, where you can enjoy a 2 mile coastal walk or you can explore Dylan Thomas’s Boathouse after which you can relax in one of the local pubs.
In the evenings, you can cosy up with a good book in the sitting room with the wood burning stove to keep you extra snug. In the summer months, wander into the enclosed garden and enjoy eating al-fresco surrounded by beautiful countryside.