19 CENTURY COTTAGE SITUATED WELL POSITIONED IN THE TOWN OF BURRY PORT, CARMARTHENSHIRE
This 19th Century Cottage has recently been upgraded and comprises of two beautifully decorated bedrooms (one king size bed and one set of bunks). The cottage is furnished to a very high standard throughout, with a cosy lounge and dining room, a fully fitted kitchen and bathroom with shower facility, shaver point, mirror and light. The kitchen has a double oven, washer dryer, microwave and fridge. To the rear of the property there is a small walled garden complete with decking area, picnic table and an alarmed cycle shed for those with cycling in mind.
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Bedroom 1 - King sized comfortable bed with pine headboard, reading lamps and chest of drawers either side of the bed. With the luxury of the bedding and hotel quality sheets and pillowcases, your experience will be five star! Pine make up mirror and floating shelf with wicker chair and double pine wardrobe completes the room.
Bedroom 2 - Pine bunk beds, large chest of drawers, lamp operated by touch, top bunk reading, light tastefully decorated in teal and white with same quality sheets and pillowcases as Bedroom 1.......
This place was what we wanted 100%, the local people we meet, treated us how you would want to be treated. The Local Rugby Club were a great bunch and allowed us to drink there and The Neptune was a great place to eat and the landlord and landlady treated us well too. The take aways are great and all the rail and road lines are 110%.. We will be back.
graham from sheffield
Stayed Aug 2012
Excellent small cottage, nice and clean, offering everything you would want for a relaxed holiday. Even included WiFi if you really must keep in touch whilst on holiday.
Alexander from Recklinghausen
Stayed Jul 2010
We had lovely holidays at your nice cottage by Burry Port harbour. The cottage is really beautiful. We were received very warmly. It is the right place to relax. Those people who wants to undertake something, are here also in good hands. The house is centrally located but quiet. The beach, harbour and the town are easily reached on foot. For young and old, the right choice.
The beautiful beaches, castles and cities in the area are worth seeing. We were certainly not the last time there and we would book the house definitely again.
We want to confirm the other reviews in any case.
Kate from Croydon
Lovely cottage, just a 2 minute walk into town and a 10 minute stroll to the harbour and beach. Very well decorated and very clean with lovely modern touches here and there. Great to have wi-fi and the tumble dryer was a godsend on rainy days.
Would definitely book again, had a wonderful 2 weeks! :)
Peter from Germany
19th Century terraced house, kitchen and bathroom extension on the ground floor (sleeping rooms upstairs - narrow and steep staircase). Well modernised and well kept. Warm welcome with a nice welcome package (e.g. milk, bread, tea, coffee, butter and welsh cakes).
Good "base station" for exploring South Wales (cities and countryside). Nice surroundings (harbour, coastal park and beach in walking distance).
No personal handover of key and introduction into the premises, but well written introductory leaflet provided as well as phone numbers for eventual contact and "emergencies".
Jim from Shrewsbury
Very well equipped and a real nice feel to the place - very nice welcome pack and lots of nice special touches very nice !
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Lovely friendly and helpful hostess, smart and tasteful interior fixtures and fittings, handy (if a little less prestigious) location, everything considered and supplied, and a wonderful weekend of beach, biking and relaxing. We really enjoyed our stay and recommend it happily.
Stayed here for the 2nd time, this is a great holiday destination, amazing scenery, great holday home, what more do you need... this holiday cottage is fantastic, it has everything you can possibly need, and more, the personl touches of a welcome pack are a nice touch, no need to go shopping after a day of travellin everything is thought of, although if you do need to shop Lanell has a some great retail parks, which kept me happy on my holidays. The actual location is ideally situated, so much to see/visit within close proximity, the fantastic cycle path and discovery centre, Pembry country park with gorgeous beaches, dry slope skiing, horse riding, i could go on!! Certainly worth a visit is Tenby and I would highly reccomend visit to Caldy Island, fascinating for all ages. Castles galore, I could go on and on... need to go back again!
Property has excellent public transport. Bus stop is at the end of the street which can be used for local travel or further afield. The main train line is only a short walk away which travels west as far as Pembrokeshire and as far east as London. The local train stop is called Pembrey and Burry Port.