Lletty Cottage

Yew Tree Farm, Llansadwrn, Carmarthenshire, SA19 8LN

WTB 5 Star, Walkers and Cyclists Welcome
Late Availability
Prices 2018

March 29th to November 2nd 2018 £375 p/w (any 7 night) £55pn minimum 3 nights

4 Night Specials

Any four nights between September 1st and November 3rd £200

Award-winning 5 STAR self catering for two overlooking the Brecon Beacons. Yew Tree Farm is a 200 year old stone Welsh former farmhouse standing in six acres of land, overlooking the Brecon Beacons National Park. Lletty Cottage is a self-contained annexe to the main house, and stands next to the 400-year old yew which gives the farm its name. The old Welsh name is Lletty'r-ywen, literally "the lodging place next to the yew tree".

Amenities/Facilities: Internet access, Oil fired central heating, Bed linen/towels, TV with Freeview DVD player, Garden chairs and table, An initial supply of logs, Hairdryer, Electric cooker Fridge/freezer, Washing machine/dryer, Iron/ironing board, Dishwasher and Microwave.
Lletty Cottage at Yew Tree Farm, graded Five Stars by Visit Wales is situated in the valley of the River Towy, between the towns of Llandovery and Llandeilo in Carmarthenshire. Our cottage is open for bookings for visitors who want to immerse themselves in the quiet but magnificent countryside of Carmarthenshire and the Brecon Beacons.

Nearby walks lead through the beautiful countryside, with views over the stunning Brecon Beacons, with Red Kites and Buzzards flying overhead. The charming church of St. Sadwrn lies in the centre of Llansadwrn village adjacent to The Sexton's Arms where you will get a very warm welcome and where food is served. In Llanwrda village one and a half miles away there is a general store, garage, pub and caf open all hours.

Two miles away is the delightful Welsh village of Llangadog with a Post Office and Country Stores, an excellent butcher selling local produce, and a very good pub-restaurant.
Accommodation Amenities
  • Parking
  • WiFi


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