Stangwrach Holiday Cottage's great location, 3 properties sleeping 8, 6 and 2.
5 Star Wales Tourist Board graded properties, just outside the village of Llanfynydd. Great location for visiting Wales and seeing what it has to offer. There are 3 properties at Stangwrach sleeping 8, 6 and 2.
Ash Tree Lodge is the largest accessible property all on one level, two bathrooms and 4 bedrooms there is a large playroom which could also be converted into a 5 bedroom if there is a group which needs an additional room. There is a spacious living/kitchen/dining area with vaulted ceiling. The utility room which has the washing machine and tumble dryer is your drying room for clothing etc There is a lockable, area attached to the property for bikes, but if you prefer to have them inside the property with you, they can go in the playroom after they have been washed, we can lay down some sheeting. There is an outside tap for washing down bikes and muddy cloths, shoes etc.
Our second property is Stangwrach Cottage, a wonderful property, comfy seating, one double bedroom downstairs next to the wet room and living/dining/kitchen area with access to the garden room which is ideal for drying off cloths. Upstairs you have a further double and a twin. A lockable storage area is available, with access to an outside tap.
Third property is the Garden Annexe 4 star ideal for 2 or 3 nights for a couple or single person, twin room or push together for a super king bed. Affordable short breaks available all through the year in this property, very flexible
We are approx 4 miles from the Brechfa Forest, you could even start your ride from the property. Brechfa mountain bike trails are excellent for all abilities, Haven, Derwen, Gorlech, and Raven check out the reviews, videos and details on the website here.
If you are a group that have diverse interests then there is still plenty to do, explore the coast, walking, fishing, cycling or visiting the fantastic castles, towns and national gardens, there is something for everyone.
Travel along the M4 to junction 49 Pont-Abraham Service Area where the road becomes the A48 again towards Carmarthen. (Straight across this roundabout). Continue to the next roundabout called Cross Hands (passing little chef and petrol garage on your left. Take the third exit A476 towards Llandeilo. Travel along this road approx two miles, after passing the Texico Service Station on your left; take the next left onto the B4297 going up a very steep hill for Maesybont and Dryslwyn. Follow this road for some miles (Take time to look at the view) before travelling down to the bottom T-junction. Turn left, travel approx 400yrds then turn right. Over the river, passing a small derelict castle of Dryslwyn on your right, carry on to main crossroads, where you will meet the main A40. (Left Carmarthen, right Llandeilo). Drive straight across for Llanfynydd, Passing on route Mazda Car Sales on left, church on the hill on right, New Inn pub on left, Tractor Sales on right. Stay on this road for approx four miles. Properties thin out at this point, but continue on and up, you will see on your left log cabins of Pantglas Hall, then a T-junction. Turn right, down the hill, for about one mile. The road carries on straight but there is a small turning to the right. This will bring you to a small crossroads. The old farmer's arms pub building on your right (cream building), drive straight across, passing the Llanfynydd sign as if going out of the village on the Caple Issac road, 200yrds up on the right is a low stone walled entrance to Stangwrach. Sign-posted Holiday Accommodation. You have arrived. (Sat-Navigation may send you through the village, facing the Pen Y Bont Inn with the church on your left. Continue up to the top of the hill and turn left at the small crossroads)