Rural Accommodation

Ffynnonlwyd Cottage

Self Catering
£200.00
 -  £375.00
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Ffynnonlwyd Cottage
Llangynin
St Clears
SA33 4LD
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Eleri Lloyd
Carmarthenshire
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Relax in the comfortable surroundings of a working dairy farm surrounded by woodland. Ffynnonlwyd is in close proximity to award winning beaches, popular attractions and picturesque Laugharne - home of the legendary Welsh poet Dylan Thomas.

From here you are ideally placed to explore rural Cardiganshire and the outstanding natural beauty of Pembrokeshire, home to Britain's only coastal National Park. Other attractions within easy traveling distance include Oakwood Park, the National Botanic Garden of Wales and a host of picturesque castles. We are just a half hour drive to the stunning seaside resort of Tenby, internationally recognised as the jewel in Pembrokeshire's crown.
Accept Children 
Baby Sitting 
Facilities for Children 
Freezer 
Ground Floor Bedroom 
Laundry Facilities 
Microwave 
Pets Accepted 
Serves Breakfast 
Working Farm 
Public Telephone 
BBQ 
Fridge 
Garden Patio 
Cycle Storage 
Linen Provided 
Internet Access 
Parking On-Site 

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Things to see and do in Carmarthenshire

Kidwelly Castle
Kidwelly Castle

Kidwelly is a mighty and imposing monument of Norman power. It is also a beautiful example of castle development, as the castle was dramatically altered on a number of occasions to conform to the latest thinking in military science. Roger, bishop of Salisbury, the justiciar of England, established Norman power in the area and the ringwork castle (shown below) that he built here was one of a series of strongholds designed by the Normans to secure the new conquests of south Wales by commanding the river passes here and at Laugharne, Llansteffan and Loughor.
Carmarthen County Museum
Carmarthen County Museum

Roll back the centuries and learn about Carmarthenshire’s industrial, cultural and agricultural past at the county’s fascinating museums. These treasure houses tell the story of Carmarthenshire’s rich and diverse heritage and uncover some gems of history dating back to the beginning of time. But where to begin? Well, how about at Carmarthenshire County Museum where the legend of Merlin the Magician is still very much alive.
Dolaucothi Gold Mines
Dolaucothi Gold Mines

These unique gold mines are set amid wooded hillsides overlooking the beautiful Cothi Valley. 2,000 years ago, the powerful Romans left behind a glimpse of gold-mining methods. The harsh mining environment continued in the 19th and 20th centuries, ending in 1938. Guided tours take you back to experience the conditions of the Roman, Victorian and 1930s underground workings. See and hear the 1930s mine and mine machinery. Have a go at gold panning and take the opportunity to experience the frustrations of searching for real gold.
Dylan Thomas Boathouse
Dylan Thomas Boathouse

Dylan Thomas was one of the greatest writers from Wales and a giant in the 20th century. The most renowned in a school of Anglo-Welsh writers that flourished during that period. He made particular use of the, then, new mass media technologies of broadcasting and recording. Dylan Thomas was born in Swansea but his family roots were in Carmarthenshire and it was this county that provided him with a constant source of inspiration.
Brechfa Forest
Brechfa Forest

The famous Brechfa Forest now managed by the Forestry Commission for timber production and recreation, has a long history. In the middle ages the forest was mainly oak and ash and was an important Royal hunting ground, while until the 20th Century wood from the forest was harvested to fuel the industrial needs of South Wales. As well as playing its part in the industrial revolution, timber was taken from the forest during the First World War to produce naphtha for use in making explosives. In 1919 the Forestry Commission became managers of the forest, creating its present status as a multi-purpose forest for timber production, recreation and wildlife conservation.
Gwili Railway
Gwili Railway

The volunteer run Gwili Steam Railway, is the only steam standard gauge railway operating in South West WalesThe first train ran at Easter 1978 using one coach pulled by a Peckett 0-4-0 called Merlin, Since then it has developed into one of the principle tourist attractions in Carmarthenshire.The Gwili Railway is a living reminder of a Great Western Railway branch line set in the breathtaking Carmarthenshire hills. The trip down memory lane starts at Bronwydd Arms Station, and the steam train follows the route, originally taken by the Carmarthen to Aberystwyth line to a delightful halt at Danycoed
Kidwelly Industrial Museum
Kidwelly Industrial Museum

Kidwelly Industrial Museum is situated just a mile from the historic castle town of Kidwelly, and just five miles from the town of Llanelli, which, at the end of the 19th Century was the Tinplate manufacturing centre of the world, giving the town the nickname of Tinopolis. The locality around the town of Llanelli, including Kidwelly, was once home to around half the world’s production of tinplate.
Marros Riding Centre
Marros Riding Centre

At Marros Riding Centre, we are ABRS approved and we offer tuition for all ages and experiences. We have a superb indoor riding arena with a coffee shop for spectators serving light refreshments and snacks. We have the riding rights for Marros Mountain, and rides which last between 1 and 2 hours. We also offer beach rides to Pendine sands, galloping across the sands - for experienced riders only. There is a warm welcome at Marros Riding Centre to both novice and experienced riders!
Dinefwr Castle
Dinefwr Castle

A magical land of power and influence for more than 2,000 years, Dinefwr Park and Castle is an iconic place in the history of Wales. Two forts are evidence of a dominant Roman presence. The powerful Lord Rhys held court at Dinefwr and influenced decisions in Wales. The visionaries, George and Cecil Rice designed the superb 18th-century landscape that you see today. The 'hands-on' Newton House gives visitors an atmospheric circa 1912 experience. Exhibitions on the first floor tell Dinefwr's story and inspire visitors to explore the castle and park.
National Botanic Garden of Wales
National Botanic Garden of Wales

The National Botanic Garden of Wales is one of the most fascinating gardens in the UK. Now in its eighth year, this rapidly maturing garden is the most visited in Wales and is helping to conserve some of the rarest plants in the world. Created within a beautiful 568-acre Regency park, this landmark visitor destination combines 200-year-old historical features with spectacular modern architecture and landscaping, and a collection of some 100,000 different plants, many rare and endangered. The elegant Great Glasshouse is the only place in the world where you can visit the Mediterranean, South Africa, Australia, Chile and California on the same day.