The Hay BarnThis delightful, semi-detached converted Victorian barn sits idyllically within 30 acres of lovely countryside on the boarder of Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire. Only 5 minutes drive from the A40 and 2.5 miles from Whitland town which has a train station, pubs, cafes, butchers, greengrocers, launderette, Chinese takeaway, fish and chip shop and Co-op. Centrally situated to explore Pembrokeshire, Carmarthenshire and Ceredigion and all the beautiful beaches West Wales has to offer.
Heddfan (Place of Peace)A quiet lush countryside escape to peace, rest and relaxation. The landscape in our area is characterized by undulating hills of lush green grassland with the sound of sheep, birdsong and cattle in the distance. Laugharne is near where the infamous Dylan Thomas, Welsh Poet worked from his 'Boathouse'.
The cosy cottage - ClydfanClydfan (means 'cosy cottage' in Welsh) is one of two south-facing former quarryman's cottages looking toward the Preseli mountains. Originally two-up-two-down, the cottage was extended to the west in the 1970s for a kitchen and bathroom to be added and the two downstairs rooms are now a tiled through lounge. It's small, but set in a large garden; part wild and part lawned, so plenty of places to hide in. Footpaths lead to the slate quarries and to Glogue.