Comfortable and well-appointed Holiday Cottages in West Wales

Estuary views

View from Pentowyn across to Laugharne

View to Laugharne


The cottage sleeps 6 people + 1 cot in 3 bedrooms

Exterior view of Gwalia cottage

Gwalia lounge / dining area

Looking towards the doors to the patio area

Gwalia lounge and dining area

Gwalia kitchen / dining area

Looking towards the stairs and ground floor bedroom

 Kitchen looking towards the stairs

Gwalia bedroom

Double bedroom with king-size bed

King sized bed in bedroom

Estuary view

Views across to Laugharne and Dylan Thomas's boat house

View to Dylan Thomas's boat house

Say Hello!

Meet Gavin and Lizzie, the donkies in residence

The donkies in the nearby field


The cottage has 1 double bedroom and sleeps 2

Hafan cottage exterior

Hafan lounge / dining area

Large sofa and separate easy chair

Lounge area showing settee and chair

Hafan bedroom

The bedroom has a double bed and ample storage space

Bedroom with storage

Hafan bathroom

The bathroom has a shower over the bath, wash basin and toilet

Bathroom with shower and wc

Taf view

The view along the river Taf towards the Preseli mountains

River Taf with Preseli mountains in background

Pentowyn cottages are two former farm buildings converted to high quality, independent holiday accommodation. Gwalia is the larger of the two cottages and will accommodate six, Hafan will sleep two.

Originally a priory farm whose origins date back to the 12th century, Pentowyn now consists of the 2 detached holiday cottages and the original farmhouse, lived in by the owners Sian and Brian. The self catering cottages have been converted to a very high standard; the interiors are light and airy with everything provided to make your stay a comfortable and memorable one.

Situated in an idyllic location, surrounded by glorious countryside, Pentowyn is away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life with no noise or light pollution! The Taf estuary provides an ever changing vista and watching the sunset over ancient town of Laugharne is an unforgettable experience. The views towards Dylan Thomas' Boathouse on the opposite side of the estuary, and over to Pendine and Caldy are outstanding.
The Carmarthenshire section of the Wales Coastal Path passes behind the property and there are many walks from the doorstep - including one to the nearby tidal salt marsh with its abundance of wildlife.

The village of Llansteffan is only 5 minutes away by car. It has a long sandy beach, a shop/post office, a beach cafe and two family friendly pubs both serving tasty meals. Along with tennis courts there are also two play areas for children.
The nearby bustling market town of Carmarthen offers a wide range of facilities including a leisure centre, multi-screen cinema, and theatre.
The cottages provide the perfect base for various holiday activities including walking, tennis, cycling, bird watching, sea fishing and golf. The National Botanic Garden of Wales, Aberglasney Gardens and several castles are a short drive away.

Visit Wales logo 4 star grade self catering holiday accomodation
  • Four star self-catering accommodation
  • Idyllic rural location
  • Outstanding views
  • Sandy beach short drive away
  • Perfect base for holiday activities and attractions in Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire
  • Well behaved dog welcome
  • Cottages can be booked together for larger groups