This impressive detached Georgian house sits on a hilltop overlooking the whole of Laugharne with fantastic views of Castle and Estuary and provides wonderful accommodation for a getaway with family and friends.
★ New property to join the Great Welsh Escapes collection in December 2022
★ Five large bedrooms, two with ensuite sleeping 10 guests
★ Off street parking
★ Large entertaining space
★ One of the most sought-after locations in Laugharne
★ Walking distance to all local amenities
★ Modern well-equipped kitchen with double doors dining and living area
★ Perfectly located to explore Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire
On a quiet back street, you will find the quaint private entrance, with a steep incline, leading you to this grand Georgian property with spectacular views overlooking the township of Laugharne.
Enter the large traditional hallway, with its pretty tile floor and high ceilings, doorways lead from here to both reception rooms and the kitchen.
To the right you will find the snug, which showcases local sporting memorabilia, with sofa and TV, is an area to be enjoyed by all members of the family wanting some reflection time, or a cosy area to get together and play a board game. There are double French doors, with far reaching estuary views, leading to the front of the property.
Further down the corridor you enter the delightful, bright living and dining room with grand piano, and two sets of French doors leading to the terrace and boasting the fantastic views. This entertainment space is fantastic for celebrating, reminiscing, and enjoying some drinks with family and friends, with a chandelier, large wooden dining table and bench seating, alongside an elegant living area with flat screen SMART TV.
This fabulous area has double doors leading directly to the kitchen so can be opened for extra entertaining space allowing a sociable cooking experience and families to spend quality time together. The kitchen is spacious and recently refurbished, offering modern appliances including a wine cooler, and a kitchen island with hob.
In addition, there is a separate utility room with large fridge freezer, washing machine and dryer, leading to a ground floor shower room.
Back through to the entrance hall you will find the staircase with cloakroom on the half landing. All sleeping accommodation is laid out on the first floor. The first room being a large master suite boasting estuary views, with super king bed, TV, wardrobes, drawers and a lovely dressing table. Benefitting from a beautifully modernised ensuite bathroom, where you can treat yourself to a soak in the bubble bath in the fabulous roll top tub, with a handy walk-in shower.
The next bedroom is a comfortable king bedroom with TV, which can be split into a twin upon request, and a further super king bedroom with TV, which can also be split into twin beds, with a handy ensuite shower room. Both benefiting from the magnificent views and plenty of clothes storage.
To the rear of the property there is a family bedroom with a double bed and toddler bed, and a further double bedroom with wardrobe and TV, drawers and a dressing table. At the end of the corridor, there is a large, family bathroom with separate shower and bath entered via some steps down.
Externally the property has several small patio areas to the front on differing levels, made up of AstroTurf and gravel. There is plenty of outdoor seating where guests can enjoy a morning coffee and watch the tides turning. Children and pets must be supervised when outside. Please see “other things to note” below. There is parking for 3 to 4 cars depending on their size. Further photographs can be provided of the steep access upon request.
On leaving the drive, turn left and just a short stroll away you will pass The Cors playing field with a play park for children and seating areas. Browns Hotel with Dexters restaurant is at the end of the road, along with other lovely cafes and a few pobs, as well as the castle and estuary walks.
This part of Carmarthenshire has some wonderful beaches and small towns to explore, including the larger town of Carmarthen. Wales oldest town. With its lovely indoor market, array of independent shops, bars and restaurants, it's popular with visitors. Venture a bit further to the wonderful Botanical Gardens or Dynefwr Park in Llandeilo.
Head West from Laugharne on the coast road down through to Pendine and the Pembrokeshire coastline with the popular seaside towns of Saundersfoot and Tenby on route. There are some wonderful, rugged beaches dotted around the coastline too if you prefer somewhere off the beaten track.
This area prides itself with having many award-winning restaurants, catering for you foodies out there. Or why not try some sea fishing or some Coastal Foraging on the local shores to rustle yourself up a wonderful meal.
For the younger generation there is plenty to keep everyone occupied, with attractions such as Folly Farm, Anna’s Welsh Zoo, Tenby’s Dinosaur Park, Heatherton World of Adventures to name a few.
There is also a number of water sports centres in the area, or spend a day at Wild Lakes Aquapark with its Tipi dining.
Wireless Broadband Internet
Accessible 24/7, Children welcome, Pets Welcome, Unsuitable for elderly or infirm and Wheelchair inaccessible
Near ocean, Ocean view and Town
Parking & facilities
Private Garden, Parking available and Parking included
Kitchen & dining
Child's high chair, Coffee machine, Cooking utensils, Dishwasher, Grill, Kitchen stove, Microwave, Oven, Refrigerator, Toaster and Vacuum cleaner
Internet & office
Wireless Broadband Internet
Piano and TV
Heating & cooling
Central heating, Fireplace and Heating available
Bathroom & laundry
Clothes dryer, Iron & Board, Washing machine, Hair dryer, Essentials, Towel-set, Bathtub, Washbasin and Bed linen
Carbon Monoxide Detector, Fire Extinguisher, First aid kit, Safe and Smoke Detector
Unsuitable for elderly or infirm
Check in: 04:00 PM
Check out: 10:00 AM