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Est. to be over 250 years old and situated in a conservation area within the outer bailey of the magnificent Kidwelly Castle it truly is a unique and magical setting.

Est. to be over 250 years old and situated in a conservation area within the outer bailey of the magnificent Kidwelly Castle it truly is a unique and magical setting.

Relax In Our Period Cottage

Kidwelly Cottage is a traditional stone holiday cottage on the South Wales coast.

The perfect base to explore Carmarthenshire, The Gower Peninsula, Tenby, Pendine and the Brecon Beacons.

The house retains many of its original character features. These include oak beams, wattle and daub walls, quarry floor tiles and a very impressive large stone fireplace housing a British wood burning stove.

How will you spend your downtime? Below are the highlights. Click through our website to find more detailed information.

  • Two bedrooms- Double master -2nd room double bed with bunk above. Bed linen included.
  • Luxury bathroom with double ended bath and separate large cubicle waterfall double shower.
  • Fully equipped Kitchen with cooker, washing machine, microwave and fridge.
  • Fully gas central heated plus feature fireplace with woodburning stove.
  • WIFI broadband, TV, DVD, Board games and books.
  • LED mood lighting.
  • Unique furnishings and features.
  • Enclosed rear courtyard.
  • Family, couples and pet friendly.

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 … Exploring: 17 miles of coastal cycle track, golden sandy beaches, quaint fishing towns, many magnificent castles, national parks, tin plate works, breweries, modern shopping centres, train links all on on the door step. Horse racing track, famous car racing circuit (Pembrey), Airport, town centre a 5 min walk.

…  Events: Kidwelly and surrounding towns have many events, from air displays, castle events, beer festival, town carnival, fair, head over to our events page for dates and more information.

Walking: Nestled in the Kidwelly conservation area we have river walks and a nature reserve on the door step, not to mention a walk around the castle and historic town dating back 900 years. 

Relaxing: Whether it be a cosy night in front of the wood burner, immersed in a good book, a soak in the double ended bath with a glass of wine, A walk on one of the many fantastic beaches as the sunsets.

Something new: Sometimes a holiday is a chance is to learn a new skill and have fun at the same time. Skiing, horse riding, golf, sea fishing, amphibious truck ride, gliding and tree top walks are all very close by.

… Dining out: Why cook when you are on holiday with so much choice. The Gatehouse café only four doors away serving breakfast, lunch and snacks. Many excellent pubs serving food including carvery’s.  Kidwelly also boasts an excellent fish and chip shop, Chinese takeaways, and highly rated Indian. All these venues are less than a few mins walk away.

Towns to visit: Burry Port, Laugharne, Tenby, Llansteffan, Llanelli, Pendine sands, Gower Peninsula, Swansea, Camarthen and ST Clears to name but a few.

Top Attractions to visit: Pembrey Park, Kidwelly industrial museum, Folly farm, Heatherton, the National Botanic gardens of Wales, Llanelli wetland centre and Ffos Las

Dog Friendly: With the cottage being blessed with stone walls and tile floor on the ground floor it makes for bringing a family pet with you an easier option,

Kidwelly Cottage is a beautiful cosy cottage in an idyllic location, James & Julie gave us such a personal experience, booking was so straight forward. There is so much to see and do for every age. We have booked to stay again and can not wait to go back. Original Source: Google Review

Read Clodagh's thoughts in our Guest Book »

A lovely, well appointed and quaint cottage set in the heart of Kidwelly. The property has been finished to a high standard and my time there was incredibly relaxing. The location is very appealing, with the Castle at one end of the street and the Gate House at the other. It is in the heart…

Read Neil's thoughts in our Guest Book »

Lovely authentic cottage restored to a very high standard, on our visit we particularly valued the thick walls and stone floors downstairs which kept the cottage cool from the outside heat. We found the beds very comfortable too. Nice quiet road with the castle at one end and old city wall at other end, both…

Read James's thoughts in our Guest Book »

Stayed here a few weeks ago for our honeymoon. All the information supplied in the information pack was just what was needed before we got there and nothing was to much trouble. There was also some wine and decorations because the owner enquired if it was for a special occasion, being our honeymoon this was…

Read Mark's thoughts in our Guest Book »