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1 OF 3 PROPERTIES NESTLED IN THE ROLLING FOOTHILLS OF THE BLACK MOUNTAINS AND BRECON BEACONS A stunning selection of properties offering luxury accommodation in an area criss-crossed with stunning walks. Set around the old farm yard these properties look out across far-reaching rural views with private gardens and the use of estate grounds stretching down to a river. Set in the rolling countryside near Llandovery surrounded by working farmland and accessible for great days out for all. Ideally situated for Llandeilo and within an hour of beaches to the South and West of Wales and edged by the Black Mountains Brecon Beacons National Park and Cambrian Mountains. Walk the Waterfall Trail visit the Big Pit or see the red kites being fed locally or simply relax in the stunning surroundings that the properties offer. Amenities: ample parking bed linen towels electric central heating and logs included. All bedrooms have TV s. Heating is predominantly under-floor. Outside: each property has private area of grounds and all benefit from the 104 acres of estate land to explore. 2 well-behaved dogs welcome. Location: beach of Aberaeron within an hours drive pubs cafes and restaurants in local town of Llandovery is 4 miles away or Llandeilo is 14 miles. Arrival Time: 3.30pm The accommodation is a traditional stone built cottage offering THREE bedrooms: 1 super-king bedroom suite with en-suite bath and shower room with WC. 1 double bedroom with four-poster bed and bedroom with en-suite double shower and WC and 1 further twin bedroom with en-suite shower room. Lounge/kitchen/diner: open-plan with woodburner (unlimited firewood provided for the woodburner) TV and DVD the kitchen area is well-equipped with electric range oven and hob dishwasher fridge/freezer washing machine tumble dryer and microwave. Outside: paved patio and enclosed lawn area.
Llandovery (3mls NE), Mid Wales