The Granary

  • Living room | The Granary, Llanedi, near Pontarddulais
  • Living room | The Granary, Llanedi, near Pontarddulais
  • Living room with wood burner | The Granary, Llanedi, near Pontarddulais
  • Dining area | The Granary, Llanedi, near Pontarddulais
  • Kitchen | The Granary, Llanedi, near Pontarddulais
  • Kitchen | The Granary, Llanedi, near Pontarddulais
  • Kitchen | The Granary, Llanedi, near Pontarddulais
  • Family bedroom | The Granary, Llanedi, near Pontarddulais
  • Family bedroom | The Granary, Llanedi, near Pontarddulais
  • Shower room | The Granary, Llanedi, near Pontarddulais

The Granary is a one bedroom apartment attached to the main farmhouse at Plas Newydd and is an ideal base to travel around all of south Wales. Situated just 1 mile from the end of the M4, Pembrokeshire can be found to the west and is full of interesting places to visit. Freshwater East and Freshwater West have wonderful beaches, and the latest Robin Hood film was made there. Tenby and Saundersfoot are two favourite places to visit and can be reached in under the hour.

To the east are the beautiful Brecon Beacons and wonderful walks, whilst in the North towards Builth Wells are towns like Llandrindod Wells which has a Victorian theme and the architecture is fascinating. To the south is the Gower Peninsula which is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The beaches here include Rossili, always in the top list of beaches in the UK, and Oxwich Bay is another favourite. Langland Bay with its rock pools always fascinates the children trying to catch a crab or two. Mumbles is a lovely small town with loads of good eating places right on the sea front and it is very dog friendly too.

Retail therapy can be found close by in Llanelli. This has a massive out of town shopping in Parc Trostre and Parc Pemberton, which is barely a 15-minute drive. Llanelli also provides the nearest beach and boasts the Scarlett’s Rugby, very well known for providing most of Wales’ players. Football can be found in Swansea (the Swans) and further rugby, The Ospreys, who share a stadium there. For theatre lovers, there are theatres in both Llanelli and Swansea.

Family days out have to include a visit to Folly Farm, about a 40-minute drive, Dinosaur Park, the Caves, Big Pit, St Fagan’s and Caerphilly Castle. In Llandeilo, 25 minutes away, there are many antique shops plus a jazz festival in July, a gin festival and the Festival of Senses in November. Nearby Dinefwr Castle, with Newton House, have a food festival in June. The owners of The Granary are more than happy to help with other suggestions of places to visit. Beach 17 miles. Shop 4 miles, pub and restaurant 1 mile.

Property Address: Plas Newydd Farm, Llanedi, Pontarddulais, SA4 0FQ

The Granary is a delightful and cosy place to relax after a long day exploring the stunning and spectacular surroundings.. Ground Floor:
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Living/dining room: With wood burner and 42" Freeview TV.
Kitchen: With electric cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer, coffee machine, washing machine and beams.
Shower room: With shower cubicle, toilet and heated towel rail.. First Floor:
Bedroom: With double bed, twin beds and 28" Freeview TV. . LPG central heating, electricity, bed linen and towels included. Initial logs for wood burner included, remainder at £6.50 per basket. Travel cot and highchair available on request. Welcome pack.. Enclosed lawned garden with sitting-out area and garden furniture. Stabling for horses at cost. Private parking for 2 cars. No smoking. Please note: There are 4 steps in the garden.. The Granary is a one bedroom apartment attached to the main farmhouse at Plas Newydd and is an ideal base to travel around all of south Wales. Situated just 1 mile from the end of the M4, Pembrokeshire can be found to the west and is full of interesting places to visit. Freshwater East and Freshwater West have wonderful beaches, and the latest Robin Hood film was made there. Tenby and Saundersfoot are two favourite places to visit and can be reached in under the hour.

To the east are the beautiful Brecon Beacons and wonderful walks, whilst in the North towards Builth Wells are towns like Llandrindod Wells which has a Victorian theme and the architecture is fascinating. To the south is the Gower Peninsula which is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The beaches here include Rossili, always in the top list of beaches in the UK, and Oxwich Bay is another favourite. Langland Bay with its rock pools always fascinates the children trying to catch a crab or two. Mumbles is a lovely small town with loads of good eating places right on the sea front and it is very dog friendly too.

Retail therapy can be found close by in Llanelli. This has a massive out of town shopping in Parc Trostre and Parc Pemberton, which is barely a 15-minute drive. Llanelli also provides the nearest beach and boasts the Scarlett’s Rugby, very well known for providing most of Wales’ players. Football can be found in Swansea (the Swans) and further rugby, The Ospreys, who share a stadium there. For theatre lovers, there are theatres in both Llanelli and Swansea.

Family days out have to include a visit to Folly Farm, about a 40-minute drive, Dinosaur Park, the Caves, Big Pit, St Fagan’s and Caerphilly Castle. In Llandeilo, 25 minutes away, there are many antique shops plus a jazz festival in July, a gin festival and the Festival of Senses in November. Nearby Dinefwr Castle, with Newton House, have a food festival in June. The owners of The Granary are more than happy to help with other suggestions of places to visit. Beach 17 miles. Shop 4 miles, pub and restaurant 1 mile.