Bunny Meadows boasts a rural position, surrounded by beautiful Carmarthenshire countryside, near to the town of Carmarthen and all the Pembrokeshire coast has to offer. Its unique location places you close to the Pembrokeshire towns of Tenby and Saundersfoot, the coast which runs through Lugharune where Dylan Tomas lived, Pendine and Wisemans Bridge and is on the doorstep to all the South Wales attractions, beautiful coasts and towns. This spacious property offers families, friends and large groups comfortable accommodation in the heart of southwest Wales plus the added freedom of its own paddock with beautiful views and plenty of space to enjoy the countryside experience. The 2 lounges occupy plenty of seating, large TVS with Netflix and bt vision creating a sociable space to kick back and relax amidst a peaceful location. Next, the large modern farmhouse kitchen with a huge kitchen table is fully equipped with modern fixtures and fittings, easing you through your stay creating a lovely opportunity to congregate in the morning before heading out on a venturesome day of exploring the region or to gather round and socialise. You even have the added luxury of a utility room housing a washing machine and tumble dryer. Each of the well-presented bedrooms come wonderfully appointed all with en-suite facilities, tvs and ample storage space. Outside, on the rear patio, you can make full use of the hot tub and soak those troubles away; pour yourself a glass of fizz and ooze in the country atmosphere. The nearby village of Bancyfelin, offers a well-stocked shop with a Post Office and a family-run pub and the 24 hour superstore is only a 10 minute drive away.
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Dylan Thomas Boathouse
Wales’ most famous English-Language poet, Dylan Thomas lived on and off in the Welsh town of Laugharne, for most of his life, and wrote much of his greatest work in The Boathouse, where he lived with Caitlin and their children from 1949 to 1953.
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