Just 10 minutes from the beach at Llansteffan on Carmarthen Bay and peacefully set amidst 6 acres with landscaped gardens, this welcoming easy access cottage offers space and tranquillity.
Bwthyn Creigiau is a converted barn and piggery dating back to 1780 when it was part of a traditional working farm. Original features such as vaulted ceilings, oak beams and exposed stone have been retained with added modern comforts such as underfloor heating and triple glazing. The cottage is welcoming, light and airy with a contemporary design and has several large French windows overlooking the gardens.
Our main aim is to offer access for all and this extends to the grounds, filled with over 2500 herbaceous plants. Follow the paths as they wend round raised flower beds, the sensory garden, orchard and wild flower meadow carefully designed for the enjoyment of all our guests – as well as the wildlife they attract.
Just a 5 minute drive from Bwthyn Creigiau, the All Wales Coast Path passes through Green Castle Woods, ancient woodlands carpeted with bluebells in spring. 10 minutes away, the unspoilt village of Llansteffan on the Towy estuary has a castle, stunning coastal and estuary walks and views, beautiful unspoilt beaches, wildlife – it’s a real paradise for those seeking peace and tranquillity.
The historic county town of Carmarthen (15 minutes), offers an array of amenities including a good selection of shops, cafes and restaurants using local produce. A traditional indoor market, cinema, bowling alley, museum, leisure centre including swimming pool and shops and galleries selling local arts and crafts.
The cottage is within an hour of the Gower peninsula to the east and an hour to the vast beaches and beauty spots of Pembrokeshire to the West.
Bwthyn Creigiau sleeps 6 (plus cot) in 3 bedrooms: 1 upstairs and 2 on the ground floor.
Bedroom 3: Delightful bedroom with sloping ceilings, children will just love it. Offering plenty of space to play, watch TV or just lounge around. Cosy and snug with two 3ft single beds. Plenty of space for cot, TV.
Bedroom 1: Charming converted old piggery with vaulted ceiling and original openings, now windows. Rustic king size bed
Bathroom 1: Good sized enclosed shower unit, WC and wash basin
The living area is an open plan arrangement comprising of kitchen, dining area and lounge.
Lounge area: Large contemporary open plan space with vaulted ceiling and feature open tread staircase to upstairs bedroom. Comfortably furnished lounge area with 2 matching upholstered sofas and arm chair, stylish oak open shelf bookcase. 32” TV, DVD player and docking station. Three sets of large French windows overlook the gardens
Kitchen/dining area: Dining table and chairs to seat 6 overlooking gardens. Modern well equipped fitted kitchen with breakfast bar and bar stools. Appliances include, dish washer, washing machine, tumble dryer, fridge freezer, single electric oven, halogen hob and microwave with grill.
Large enclosed patio area overlooking raised herbaceous gardens with quality garden furniture. Access leads onto gravel driveway with wheelchair friendly paths to access car park (for 2 cars) area and the front of the cottage.
There are also gardens running parallel to the cottage which overlook the orchard and wildflower meadow. A sensory garden has been created which has a paved path through.
All the garden areas have been planted to attract insects and bustle with activity and are there for you to wander around and enjoy.
We have a cluster of unfenced ponds which are not currently accessible for you to use. There is also a storage area for bikes /fishing equipment etc. The owners live next door.
To find out more and book, please visit: www.westwalesholidaycottages.co.uk/bwthyn-creigiau or contact David and Claire on 01267 241872 / 07800 531187 or West Wales Cottages on 01239 810033
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