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Set in a tranquil Carmarthenshire valley, Gwili Mill is a handsome traditional stone building providing spacious accommodation for up to 15, with 7 bedrooms (5 ensuite) and 6 bathrooms. On the spacious ground floor there is a river lounge with wood burning stove overlooking the south facing terrace and the River Gwili, fully equipped kitchen, bar/dining room with a table that seats 15, and games room with full-size snooker table. So let me take you on a tour of the ground floor: River Lounge (24’x14’): Overlooking the River Gwili, the river lounge, with its three comfortable sofas, woodburning stove and TV, DVD, video and CD player, is the perfect spot to relax. Good selection of DVD's, videos and CD's. There are three large patio doors which fill the room with light and offer fantastic views of the river and the valley beyond. Th...
Set in a tranquil Carmarthenshire valley, Gwili Mill is a handsome traditional stone building providing spacious accommodation for up to 15, with 7 bedrooms (5 ensuite) and 6 bathrooms. On the spacious ground floor there is a river lounge with wood burning stove overlooking the south facing terrace and the River Gwili, fully equipped kitchen, bar/dining room with a table that seats 15, and games room with full-size snooker table. So let me take you on a tour of the ground floor: River Lounge (24’x14’): Overlooking the River Gwili, the river lounge, with its three comfortable sofas, woodburning stove and TV, DVD, video and CD player, is the perfect spot to relax. Good selection of DVD's, videos and CD's. There are three large patio doors which fill the room with light and offer fantastic views of the river and the valley beyond. The doors open on to the spacious patio and river terrace.
Bar/Dining Area (28’x14) A great space for a party, this room has a fully equipped bar, with glasses, fridge and sink, for guests to stock during their stay. There is a large dining table which seats up to 15.
Games Room (24’x20’) With a full-sized, fully equipped snooker table, dartboard with darts, and a selection of card and board games. Freeview TV and record player with a great selection of records to play while enjoying a game of snooker.
Kitchen(20’x9’) and utility room The Mill has a fully equipped kitchen, with plenty of cutlery, crockery, pans and utensils for our guests. There is a large range-style cooker with 8 gas rings and 2 electric ovens, dishwasher, large fridge, toaster, coffee-maker and food processor. The utility room has a microwave washing machine tumble drier and freezer.
And on the first and second floors, there is more to explore: A first floor sitting room with more sofas and easy chairs with TV, DVD, a well stocked reading library and an electric organ. Bedrooms - Gwili Mill sleeps up to 15 adults, with seven bedrooms, five of which are ensuite. The bedrooms are arranged over the first and second floors of the property. There are 2 doubles each with an additional single bed, 2 more doubles, 2 twin rooms, and one single. All beds are made up with luxury Egyptian white cotton sheets and duvets and fluffy white towels are provided in every room. There are 2 travel cots and high chairs for the tinies available on request.
Bathrooms New for 2018, Gwili Mill has renovated 5 of its bathrooms to the highest quality. From a big walk in shower to showers over baths. There is a great combinations of facilites for families and groups a alike. The bathrooms are modern, bright, clean and where possible, feature the details of the mill like stone walls and beams.
Garden and terraces Our fantastic south-facing garden is accessed from the river lounge and the utility room there is a large south facing garden with a wide lawn, secure from both the road and the river, making it ideal for children. There is a spacious patio with built-in barbecue, and a terrace overlooking the river. Garden furniture with ample seating means that you can enjoy the peace and quiet, and there is a built in barbecue for eating outdoors. The sloping lawns are complemented by well stocked flower borders, and there are herbs in pots and in the garden immediately outside the kitchen for you to use.
About the Owner
Response Time:Within a day
Listed Since:June 2018
Interaction with guests:
Gwili Mill is personally managed by the owners who live in the same village. Full details of the mill and the local area are sent as soon as the booking is confirmed, and directions and key location are emailed before arrival. We try to accommodate any special requests whenever possible.
In the mill we have lots of information about the area, with details of local activities and attractions in the first floor sitting room.
Rates are calculated based on the latest information provided. Please contact the manager/owner to confirm actual rates for your requested dates.
Please contact the manager for complete rate information.
$316 / stay
About the neighborhood
Gwili mill is set within an unspoilt valley, with a pub in the village serving good food. Carmarthenshire has a wealth of attractions for all ages, see Discover Carmarthenshire website Unspoilt beaches are within 30 mins. In the south Llansteffan with its miles of sandy beaches overlooked by a ruined castle, and Cefn Sidan Blue Flag 8 mile sandy beach. to the north are the secluded coves of Cardigan coast where seals and dolphins abound. It is 2 miles to Skanda Vale. But best of all, just enjoy the peace at the mill, watch out for the kingfishers and the otter
The National Botanic Garden and Aberglasney are within easy reach, as well as a number of National Trust properties like Dinefwr, Llanerchaeron and the goldmines at Dolaucothi.
In this rural county, the best way to get to see the area is to drive the country roads - just like driving 20 years ago, with little traffic. Visit some of the small market towns like LLandeilo & Newcastle Emlyn, explore the many ruined castles like Kidwelly, and drive to the spectacular Brecon Beacons. There is a bus into Carmarthen 3 times a day stopping just 100yds from the Mill, so it is easy to visit there to explore its old streets, galleries and modern shopping areas.
How to get there
Airport: Cardiff: 62.1 mi
Railway: Carmarthen: 6.2 mi
Ferry: Pemboke Dock or Fishguard: 49.7 mi
Gwili Mill is in the village of Llanpumsaint 6 miles from Carmarthen. Access by road is easy, via the M4 and the A 48 (dual carraigeway), then 6 miles on local roads. Train station at Carmarthen. Cardiff airport is 75miles away. Lots of off road parking at the mill, and we can offer secure storage for bicycles and motor bikes if required.
Fishing Nearby, There Is A Golf Course Within 30 Mins Drive, Horse Riding Nearby, There Are Tennis Courts Nearby, Nearest Beach: 12.4 mi.