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Laugharne Barns – Luxury Accommodation in Laugharne, Carmarthenshire

Set in the beautiful rural scenery of the village of Llansadurnen just outside the Township of Laugharne and with-in walking distance of Dylan Thomas’s famous ‘Boathouse’ and Laugharne Castle. ¬†In Laugharne there is a good range of Pubs, Restaurants, Shops, Post office and Chemist (including a good Chip Shop).

The Barns are ideally situated for Pendine beach just 5 minutes away with its safe bathing and glorious miles of soft golden sands.  Saundersfoot (10 miles away) has a harbour and another safe beach for swimming plus a range of shops pubs and restaurants.  Tenby with its glorious beaches and quaint cobbled streets is only 15 miles from The Barns.

Those seeking a more scenic, walking and rural pursuit can venture into the beautiful countryside of Carmarthen ‘The Garden of Wales’ and visit the Botanical¬† and Aberglasney Gardens¬† or cross over the border into ‘The Pembrokeshire National Park’ for spectacular scenery including the ‚ÄėPreseli Mountains’.¬† There are cycle ways, coastal paths, horse riding, all close by. ¬†For surfers there are nearby beaches which (depending on the weather) are ideal.

Laugharne Barns – Luxury at its best.

The Old Cow Barn has 3 bedrooms the barn sleeps 7/9 comfortably, it has all the facilities for the Disabled or elderly, a spacious lounge, excellent modern kitchen with all amenities and a dining area, Digital wide screen television, Large easily accessed wet room.  Full central heating.  A paved patio with barbeque and drying area and much more .    

The Mill and Stable has 4 bedrooms and  sleeps 9/12  and has all the same facilities for Disabled and elderly, and fitted out to a similar standard as The Cow Barn.

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