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Katouch Cottage

Llandeilo, West Wales
Sleeps 2
Bedrooms 1
Bathrooms 1
Change Fri
No Dogs
4 star
Internet access
Pub nearby
Shop nearby
Romantic
Quirky
Towels included
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At a glance

  • Romantic, countryside cottage with stunning finishing touches
  • Expansive gardens to explore, unwind and relax in
  • Minutes from the historic market town of Llandeilo with its variety of shops and restaurants
Property code: 83636

This fabulous, one-bedroom cottage is set in acres of beautiful gardens. Relax and unwind in sumptuous surroundings and enjoy a truly unique experience.

Nestled on the cusp of Llandeilo, this stone property is an idyllic couple’s retreat close to the Brecon Beacons National Park. You’ll have miles of unspoilt countryside to discover from your doorstep and, if you are keen to soak up some local culture, you can time your visit with the popular Festival of the Senses in Llandeilo itself. On chilly evenings, your accommodation is perfect for cosy evenings snuggled up by the wood burner-effect fire, best enjoyed after a picnic in the beautiful shared gardens that surround the property.

Immediately opening into an attractive lounge/diner, you’ll find everything you need to relax in style. Whip up a tempting meal in the kitchen and perch at the table to eat, rounding off with a coffee and a game of cards. The first floor reveals a delightful living space complete with a wood burner-effect fire, a TV, and an additional day bed that doubles as extra seating or a reading nook if needed. The bedroom is comfortable and inviting, and there’s a handy shower room too. Take a stroll through the grounds, admiring the woodland grove, floral gardens and pathways following the pretty stream, pausing for a picnic with a view. There are shared gym facilities for when you are feeling active, and there’s off-road parking for two cars.

History seekers will be delighted to visit the majestic ruins of Dinefwr Castle, 3 miles away, to wander the grounds and learn about its heritage. The surrounding parkland leads to the National Trust-owned Newton House, a fascinating place with gardens and its own legend that tells of a mysterious lady of the lake. The western reaches of the Brecon Beacons are within 5 miles, where you can access myriad trails across the varied landscape.

  • 1 bedroom - double
  • 1 shower room with shower and WC
  • Gas oven and hob, fridge/freezer, microwave and washing machine
  • Welcome pack including homegrown produce
  • Smart TV in the lounge
  • Garden with seating, woodlands, floral gardens, allotment and a stream (shared with owners)
  • Courtyard parking for up to 2 cars
  • Stabling available on request for 1 horse
  • Gym facilities are provided in a separate barn
  • Pub, shop and restaurant 1.5 miles
  • Open access to stream (care to be taken with young children)
  • Sleeps 2+1 (day bed in lounge)
  • Private water supply

Sally Thomas

This property is personally managed by Sally.

Reviews

From guests that have stayed at the property.

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Reviewed by Barry 27th September 2021

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Lovely spacious cottage in an idyllic setting. Well furnished for comfort and style and luxurious bedding ensures a good sleep.

Reviewed by Rosemarie 23rd September 2021

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Beautiful cottage, surrounded by great gardens. Owners very friendly and helpful. Really warm welcome would recommend.

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Location

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Comprised of the beautiful counties of Pembrokeshire, Ceredigion and Carmarthenshire, West Wales is a superb choice of holiday destination for family, friends or couples looking to escape. With fantastic holiday resorts and picture-perfect coastal villages, West Wales offers ancient castles, national walking trails, bucket and spade beaches, as well as miles of stunning scenery to enjoy.

Top West Wales visitor attractions and places of historical interest include: The National Botanic Garden of Wales, Cilgerran Castle, the Bwlch Nant yr Arian Forest and the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Visit thriving Tenby for golden beaches, pubs and cafes galore; spend days on the sands with your family building sandcastles, paddling or sunbathing. Tenby is one of the leading holiday destinations in the country and being such a pretty town it’s not surprising that it’s so popular. Spend time getting to know the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park with its rich blue seas, sandy beaches, cliff-top walks and white-crested waves that are worshipped by surfers on a daily basis. Discover the Bae Ceredigion coast where you can keep a watchful eye out for seals and dolphins out to sea – a common sight from the Wales Coast Path.

Spot wild blooms and see the first orchids of the year; West Wales is full of nature reserves that can be found across Pembrokeshire, Carmarthenshire, and Ceredigion, all of which make for perfect daytrip destinations for bird watchers and wildlife spotters alike. Visit the UK’s smallest city, St Davids to see its fascinating cathedral, first built in the 13th century. Spend time on the beaches at Barafundle Bay or Tenby, take a trip to the magnificent Carew Castle or climb the 80-foot tall Great Keep at Pembroke Castle. Other West Wales attractions include the West Wales Museum of Childhood, several heritage railways, Carmarthen - the birthplace of Merlin, The Museum of the Welsh Woollen Industry and the Worm’s Head.

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