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Looking towards the property
Kitchen
Tea for two
Countryside views from the property
Lounge/diner leading out to the enclosed patio
Lounge/diner
Double bedroom
Double bedroom
Wet room
Views from the property
Llansteffan beach within easy reach of the property
Take a trip inland to the Botanical Garden of Wales
Visit nearby Tenby with its array of shops, restaurants and beaches to explore
1 / 13  Looking towards the property
2 / 13  Kitchen
3 / 13  Tea for two
4 / 13  Countryside views from the property
5 / 13  Lounge/diner leading out to the enclosed patio
6 / 13  Lounge/diner
7 / 13  Double bedroom
8 / 13  Double bedroom
9 / 13  Wet room
10 / 13  Views from the property
11 / 13  Llansteffan beach within easy reach of the property
12 / 13  Take a trip inland to the Botanical Garden of Wales
13 / 13  Visit nearby Tenby with its array of shops, restaurants and beaches to explore

Bwmper Farm Barn

Carmarthen (11mls NW), West Wales
Sleeps 2
Bedrooms 1
Bathrooms 1
Change Sat
Dogs welcome 1
4 star
Downstairs bedroom
Downstairs bathroom
Enclosed garden / patio
Internet access
Working farm
Pub nearby
Shop nearby
Towels included
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At a glance

  • Detached barn conversion
  • Set within 35 acres of woods and farmland in the Carmarthenshire countryside
  • Enclosed patio garden with views across the farm, a great place to relax
  • Access to seven acres of gated woodland, with seating areas and footpaths
  • Spacious accommodation, a fantastic alternative to a hotel room
  • Located eleven miles from the town of Carmarthen and 17 miles from the Pembrokeshire coast
Property code: BWMPE

Traditional detached stone barn situated within 35 acres of established farm and woodlands, remaining tranquil but still close to the resorts and beaches of neighbouring Pembrokeshire. A super base to relax and explore the beautiful coastline and countryside of West Wales.

This property enjoys a tranquil farmland location in the Carmarthenshire countryside. Eleven miles to the south-east of the property, the historic town of Carmarthen is a lovely place to spend a day, wandering the streets of the old town, browsing the independent shops, and sampling the food in the many restaurants, pubs, and cafes. The town also has an interesting castle, and a museum, whilst there are many more fascinating attractions in the surrounding area including the Gwili Steam Railway, Kidwelly Castle, and the stunning Pembrokeshire coast which lies 17 miles away and offers a number of wonderful, wide sandy beaches such as those at Saundersfoot and Tenby.

Two stone steps lead to the front door of this attractive single-storey property, which opens onto the open-plan lounge/diner. In this welcoming room, guests will find a dining table seating four, as well as comfortable seating, and a TV/DVD. A door from this room leads through to the kitchen, which is equipped with an oven, hob, microwave, and fridge/freezer. The property has one ground floor bedroom, a pretty dual-aspect room with a double bed, dressing table, and bedside drawers. Finally, there is a spacious wet room with a shower and WC. Heading back into the lounge/diner you will find a further doorway to your left with a steep ladder style staircase allowing access to the second twin bedroom.

Outside, the property benefits from a private patio, with garden furniture, from where guests can enjoy views across the farm. In addition to this, guests also have access to seven acres of woodland, a quiet retreat with winding pathways and several seating areas. There is off-road parking available. Guests should be aware that there is livestock on the farm.

Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.

  • 1 ground floor double bedroom
  • Twin bedroom accessed via steep ladder style staircase-please ensure care is taken and children are supervised at all times
  • Ground floor wet room with shower and WC-accessed via the double bedroom
  • TV/DVD
  • Wi-Fi included
  • Oven, hob, microwave, and fridge/freezer
  • Regret no washing machine
  • Electric, and central heating included
  • 1 dog welcome
  • Pub and shop 1 mile, beach 17 miles
  • Arrival 3pm

This property is personally managed by Jessica.

Reviews

From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 15 guest ratings

Overall cleanliness
4.9
Overall equipment
4.9
Overall comfort
4.9
Overall location
4.9

Reviewed by Linda 1st June 2019

Bwmper Farm is beautiful. Very comfortable, fabulous views and a charming host, Tim. He couldnt do enough for us, including blocking up the bottom of the fence to stop our JRT getting out. There is an upstairs but the cottage is only advertised for 2 people but there is room upstairs but just a bedroom, ideal for kids.

Reviewed by J 18th May 2019

Lovely cottage. I really liked the wet room. Well designed converted barn. Lovely views from the cottage. Great welcome from the owner Tim. He had a line to hang the washing outside which was really good as clothes are much nicer dried outside in the fresh air. We had wine, eggs and little cakes supplied for our arrival which was lovely.

Reviewed by David 11th May 2019

We had a wonderful time at this cottage. On arrival, there was a welcome of white and red wine, 6 eggs and 6 small homemade decorated cakes - a lovely touch. The owner was on hand if we needed him and he was most helpful. Very comfortable indeed.

Reviewed by Keith 13th April 2019

Amazing as always this was our 3rd visit and always made to feel so welcome by Tim and his lovely very farm. Accommation spotless and faultless, with wine eggs and freshly baked cakes all waiting for us. Thank you Tim and Charlie,Rosey and all your animals for another wonderful holiday we shall be back

Reviewed by Sue 23rd March 2019

lovely cottage within a working farm. Warm, comfortable, & well resourced. Very welcoming - the best ambiance of any place we have stayed at

Reviewed by Sue 13th October 2018

3rd visit - lovely setting, lovely cottage & lovely helpful owner in Tim. Very rural with quiet roads some way from the busy A40. Best of both worlds - horses/chickens etc , beaches & other attractions within short drive.

Reviewed by David 15th September 2018

As always a wonderful welcome on the farm. Even with the Welsh weather was still a very relaxing break

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Looking towards the property
Kitchen
Tea for two
Countryside views from the property
Lounge/diner leading out to the enclosed patio
Lounge/diner
Double bedroom
Double bedroom
Wet room
Views from the property
Llansteffan beach within easy reach of the property
Show 1 moreTake a trip inland to the Botanical Garden of Wales

Location

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