Listing Ref: 149
Seadrift Cabin, Pembrokeshire, South Wales
Seadrift Cabin is a superb log cabin, nestled in a private, peaceful corner in the lovely seaside village of Llansteffan.
The lodge is situated just two minutes’ walks from a beautiful, sandy beach, making it absolutely ideal for visitors looking for a carefree beach holiday.
It also benefits from a lovely, decked veranda. Perfect for early morning coffee in the sun, or a relaxing drink after a long day spent on the beach.
And despite its location so close to the beach it doesn’t lose any of the peace and quiet; so vital for a relaxing rural break.
Seadrift Cabin accommodation
All on the ground floor the lodge consists of two bedrooms: one double and one with adult-sized bunks and a pull-out single bed. The bathroom has a bath with shower over, a basin and WC.
The open plan living area is comfortable and welcoming. It has a kitchen, dining area and sitting area, complete with wood burner. It is an ideal space to relax on chillier evenings or when the weather is less than ideal.
General amenities include: electric panel heaters with wood burner, an electric oven and hob, a microwave and fridge.
There is a TV with Freeview, a DVD player, a CD player/radio, Wi-Fi, and a great selection of books, games and DVDs. So the whole family can be entertained no matter what the weather decides to do.
Fuel, power, bed linen and towels, and the starter pack for wood burner are included in the rent. The owner does request that guests bring their own beach towels.
The nearest shop and pub are just a mile away. A travel cot and highchair are available. There is off road parking with space for two cars.
Two well-behaved dogs welcome. Sorry, no smoking.
Please note: there are steps up onto the decked area entrance. The road to the lodge is an unmade track, so care must be taken.
Seadrift Cabin surrounding area
Llansteffan is a quaint seaside village situated at the heart of this beautiful, historical region. There is plenty on offer just in the village itself, which has a general store, a lovely local pub and even its own castle ruins.
The surrounding area is rich in magnificent scenery and interesting history to discover. For a livelier day head to nearby Carmarthen with its shops, traditional tea rooms, excellent restaurants and pubs, and a daily market. Discover the many impressive castles in dotted around the countryside. Or visit Dylan Thomas’ famous Boat House and wander on the beach at Laugharne before enjoying a cream tea in the café.
Private and comfortable, this ideally located lodge offers an ideal place for a family beach holiday, and a great base from which to explore this stunning Welsh region.