Stylish Carmarthenshire cabin
- Sleeps 2 (max 2 adults, 0 children)
- Cooking facilities
- Beds Provided
- Bed Linen Provided
- Cool kitchenette equipped for simple cooking
- Stylishly designed with a full-sized two-seater Chesterfield sofa
- Small log burner to keep the cabin snug and cosy
Our Coronavirus Booking Guarantee
Book with complete confidence at The Tiny House with the Glampingly Coronavirus Booking Guarantee. We guarantee the following clear policy for your booking:
- A low deposit of 20% to secure your booking
- Balance due 10 days before your holiday
- Complete flexibility to move bookings for up to 18 months in the event of Coronavirus restrictions
- Due to the flexibility provided we are unable to offer refunds
- This guarantee supersedes any other policies
Features & Facilities
The Tiny House is situated next to a small five-pitch touring site with which it shares a heated shower block with two toilet cubicles and a hot-water shower. The Tiny House itself is furnished with a king-sized bed, a Chesterfield sofa and a wardrobe. It has mains electricity and hot and cold running water. There’s a microwave oven, a hob, kitchen sink, a fridge and tea and coffee-making facilities. There’s also a log burner. Outside there’s a picnic bench. Campfires are allowed and logs are provided.
The Tiny House has access to the Towy River and guests are welcome to fish here using the glamping site’s two permits. As the site is within a dark sky zone, star-gazing is an on-site activity you won’t be able to help getting involved in. You can also head off on walks directly from The Tiny House with Paxton’s Tower, just two miles away, a good landmark to head for. From the foot of this National Trust-protected folly built to commemorate Nelson’s victories in 1805, there are spectacular views of the Towy Valley. The National Botanic Gardens of Wales (01558 667149) is next door to the tower, a walk of 30 minutes or a drive of two miles from The Tiny House. Also within walking distance are the ruins of medieval Dryslwyn Castle. It’s a little further (seven miles) to Dinefwr (01558 824512) where there are more castle ruins within the grounds of a historic house and gardens with surrounding parkland. Carreg Cennen (01558 822291) is about the same distance from site and has been voted most-romantic castle ruins in Wales. Beautiful Welsh beaches on the Pembrokeshire Coast, Cardigan Bay and the Gower peninsula are all about an hour’s drive away – and it’s about the same distance east to the edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park.
Food & Drink
The award-winning Wright’s Food Emporium (01558 668929) is a minute’s walk away in the village, Llanarthney. It is a café, deli and wine shop, open during the day only during the week and late night on Friday and Saturday. It’s three-minutes’ walk to the local pub, The Emlyn Arms (01558 668989) and two miles down the road you’ll find, Y Polyn (01267 290000), a restaurant which serves Welsh produce and comes highly recommended.
Head towards Carmarthen on the M4. Look for the Botanic Gardens of Wales turning, then head to the village of Llanarthney. Turn right immediately after the church in Llanarthney village and drive down Glantowy Farm lane (private road). You’ll see the Tiny House at the bottom of the lane. If you’re coming from Carmarthen, turn left directly after Wright’s Food Emporium (Wright’s is on your left hand side) down the farm lane.
The nearest train stations are at Llandeilo (seven miles) and Carmarthen (eight miles away). From either you can take a bus which stops in Llanarthney, just a couple of minutes’ walk from The Tiny House.