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Parc y Llong Holiday Cottages
Property: 6007 Carmarthenshire

Parc y Llong Holiday Cottages - Cottages

Visit Wales: 3 star

Sleeps: 6 + cot
Pets Allowed: Yes
Smoking Allowed: No

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Parc y Llong Cottages are delightful 17th Century former canal worker's cottages that nestle in idyllic rolling countryside with many natural meadows and woodland, home to birds, wildlife and many wild flowers. The charming grounds are bordered by the River Gwendraeth.

The cottages boast many original features having oak beamed ceilings, Georgian style windows and inglenook fireplaces with wood burning stoves.

JAY COTTAGE: Has three bedrooms and will sleep up to six.
LITTLR OWL and WREN: Each have two bedrooms and sleeps 4/5.

The cottages can be booked together to sleep up to 14-16 people.
GCH, log fire starter baskets, bed linen and bath towels and kitchen essentials are all included within the price, you’ll even find a pint of milk in the fridge.

We have a Jacuzzi hot tub available for guest use (£20 for short breaks, £25 per week up to 4 persons).

Stroll through the lovely gardens, feel free to use the barbeque, and kids have a safe play area with swings and slide. They can play football in our adjoining paddocks, and they can have fun feeding the chickens!

Well behaved dogs with responsible owners are welcome, they also can run around in our paddocks.

Although of a rural location, the cottages are within easy reach of the excellent beaches on the Carmarthenshire coastline and the town of Kidwelly is ideally situated for touring the Pembrokeshire National Park, the Gower Peninsula & the Brecon Beacons.

We are just a few minutes drive along the country lanes from Britain's fabulous new racecourse, Ffos Las which opened in 2009 staging both National Hunt and Flat fixtures.

Kidwelly is a coastal town full of legend and myth set on the estuary with its craggy coves and picturesque scenery. At its heart a Medieval Castle built in 1106 sits on the River Gwendraeth. There are local shops, garages and good pubs serving tasty food. We are on the doorstep to Pembrey Country Park with its vast ‘Cefn Sidan’ beach sweeping round to 500 acres of beautiful parkland enclosing family attractions and visitor centre.

Pembrey is also home to the National Motorsport Centre of Wales. One may join the Millennium Coastal Walk from here which has a 22km traffic-free coastal/cycleway and overlooks the spectacular Gower Peninsula and passes through the transformed harbour of Burry Port. Then on to Llanelli, one of the most famous rugby towns is home to the passionately-supported team The Scarlets.

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Accommodation & Facilities

Sleeps: 6
Bedrooms: 2
Cot Available: Yes

Pets Allowed: Yes. Well behaved dogs welcome
Smoking Allowed: No. 

Linen Provided: Yes. Bedding & towels provided free of charge

Central Heating: Yes.
Fuel type: Gas

Open Fire: Yes.  Fuel type: Wood

Disabled Facilities: Yes. Ground floor twin bedroom & ground floor bathroom

Outdoor Facilities: Yes. Play area for children, 2 large paddocks, gardens

Standard Rates

Low season: £210.00 - £280.00.
Mid season: £280.00 - £400.00.
High season: £400.00 - £600.00.


Exit the M4 at junction 48.
Follow through this route heading straight all the way through lights and roundabouts for approx 10 minutes observing signs for Llanelli and you will eventually see a large Morrisons on your left. At the roundabout take the 4th exit signposted Town Centre.
Follow this road taking you towards Llanelli Town bearing left at next roundabout. At the next roundabout take the 4th turning thus avoiding Llanelli Town and follow the signs for Carmarthen. Follow through and after a short distance in a one way zone and keeping to the right lane you will go up the start of a hill and come to traffic lights. Proceed up this hill/incline and at the fork in the road bear to the left of The Thomas Arms. Follow this road all the way up and over a sharp bridge. At the junction go straight over passing The Stradey Arms and heading for Trimsaran (B4308).

You will pass through Furnace, Cwmbach, Pen y Myndd and eventually Trimsaran coming down the mountain on the way out. Keep heading straight all the way bearing left at the mini roundabout.

Onto country road again, follow this for 2 min observing the Pembrey turn off (but do not turn off). Shortly after this, slow down as you approach a hump back railway bridge, indicate right and turn off down this lane before the bridge. Follow the road around for about a mile until you come to our entrance Parc y Llong and go along to the 2nd gate for guests .....welcome!

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