Coed Adam ref: CC632008

Llangyndeyrn, Kidwelly, Carmarthenshire

4 Star Self Catering



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  • Barbecue 
  • Dishwasher 
  • Garden / Patio 
  • Golf nearby 
  • Games Room 
  • Pub within 1 mile 
  • Pets – no charge 
  • Horse Riding Nearby 
  • Woodburning Stove 
  • Washing Machine 
  • Parking - On Site 


Nestled in the heart of the Carmarthenshire countryside, within easy reach of its stunning coastline and just 6 miles from Carmarthen itself, lies Coed Adam, an idyllic, picture-postcard farmhouse set in 10 acres of its own land. Built in the early 1800s, this spacious haven has been sympathetically refurbished to provide an interior brimming with style, comfort and character. It’s a place where peace and tranquillity reign supreme; rare red kites swoop majestically through daytime skies while barn owls punctuate the serene silence of the night-time hours. Its patio area, with magnificent views overlooking the beautiful Gwendraeth Valley and taking the eye as far as the Black Mountains, is a wonderful spot to relax and unwind amidst the carefree chorus of nature. Inside, comfortable sofas beneath traditional oak beamed ceilings offer the perfect ingredients for cosy evenings around the inglenook fire place or log-burner in one of its two inviting living-rooms. The mass of surrounding land offers plenty of space for exuberant children (and adults!) to enjoy and explore the fascinating array of flora and fauna of the Carmarthenshire countryside: While Coed Adam’s stylish bedrooms offer a blissfully, luxurious end to the many days of adventure to be had from the doorstep.

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Accommodation details

Ground floor

The property has oil central heating and comprises:
Lounge:  with Freeview TV and DVD with features including an impressive inglenook fireplace, exposed beams and views across the old farmyard to rustic stone barns

Sitting room:  with wood-burning stove housed in an exposed stone chimney breast, TV and DVD

Kitchen / diner:  with electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge / freezer, dishwasher and washing machine with large table and chairs and lovely countryside views

Utility room:  with additional storage and space and salting troughs – an interesting original feature

First floor

Bedroom 1:  with king-size bed.  The Cream and Black Room with beamed ceiling and countryside views

Bedroom 2:  with double bed.  The Vaulted Room with beamed ceiling and countryside views

Bedroom 3:  with two single beds (and additional single bed for +1 on request).  The Valley View Room with beamed ceiling and fantastic valley views.

Bathroom :  with shower over bath, WC and wash basin

Second floor

Third floor

Fourth floor


All oil and electricity included. First supply of fuel for stove provided. Bed linen and towels supplied.  .


Large garden, farmyard and patio area with outside furniture and BBQ.  Off road parking for several cars. Cowshed games room with pool table, darts, table football and giant Jenga. There is also an outside table tennis table available.
This property has a private water supply.
This property is inspected and quality graded by Visit Wales’ own inspection team and we are advised by them that the property is 4*.
  • Nearest town
  • Shops
  • Distance
    6 Miles
  • Restaurant
  • Nearest railway station
  • Pub
  • Railway station distance
    6.0 miles
  • Lake

About the local area

If you can muster the willingness to leave this tranquil retreat, an amble through the meandering country lanes to The White Hart Thatched Inn and Brewery is highly recommended. Brewing its own traditional, hand-crafted ales, lagers and stouts from a blend of malted barley, hops and water from 300ft beneath its floors and serving a menu based on fine local produce, this exceptional country pub is hard to resist. In fact there are so many delights that are hard to resist within easy striking distance, that you’ll be spoilt for choice. Whether panning for gold at the Dolau Cothi gold mines, galloping through the surf on horseback at Cefn Sidan or admiring the incredible view from the top of Paxton’s Tower, Carmarthenshire offers a vast, memorable and diverse array of facilities, adventures, sights and experiences.
The historic, County town of Carmarthen itself, offers adventure aplenty: shops, pubs, restaurants, galleries, cinema and various other entertainment venues, along with an enormous, Sunday morning car boot sale, make it a town that caters for all. It lays claim to being the oldest town in Wales, originating from AD75; a Roman amphitheatre that remains here is one of just 7 in the UK. Legend has it that Carmarthen was the birth-place of Merlin, the wizard of Arthurian folklore; something lauded annually at the summer festival celebrating all things myth and magical at Carmarthen Park. The Angel Vaults Restaurant provides a great venue for lunches or evening meals when out and about exploring this intriguing place.
For coastal adventure, just 15 miles from Coed Adam, the 202 hectares of Pembrey Country Park with its 8 miles of award-winning Cefn Sidan beach, is hard to beat. Swing through the trees in its popular ‘Go Ape’ attraction, speed down its dry ski slope, or laze away the afternoon on its sparkling golden sands: the park offers something to appeal to everyone. Walkers and cyclists will love the miles and miles of paths and trails put in place for people to enjoy this stunning coastline. Amble over to the Millennium Coastal Park and hire a bike from Merlin’s Cycles at the Visitor Centre. From tandems to child trailers, all needs are catered for to enjoy the 22 miles of walkway/cycle path hugging the coastline. The Celtic Cycle Trail invites you to adventure further still and enjoy the breathtaking beauty of the Gower Peninsular (the first place in the UK to be designated as ‘An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty) around to The Mumbles, Swansea Marina and beyond.
Sports enthusiasts of all kinds are so well catered for in this stunning county. The National Motor Sports Centre of Wales and Ffos Las Racecourse, the UK’s newest, are nearby, while clubs and facilities ensure you can take to the water in whatever way you choose. Fishermen are left spoilt for choice with such easy access to so many coastal and river sites and a choice of award-winning local fisheries. Golfers are particularly well catered for; unparalleled coastal views are on offer at the Ashburnham Golf Club, the venue for the semi-finals of The Ryder Cup and four other 18 hole clubs, with pay as you play membership, lie within easy striking distance.
Numerous castles, splendid beaches, nature reserves, gardens, zoos, coastal paths, quaint seaside towns and villages, water adventure of every kind, theme parks and much, much more lie waiting to be discovered. However, summoning the will to leave the idyllic Coed Adam is the biggest challenge for everyone!

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