Holiday Cottages In Carmarthenshire To Rent
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Hugh - verified booking
"We arrived at the Cart Shed on Monday the 22nd of August. The property is situated at the end of a single track road about one and a half miles long. The final approach is along a short lane which is passable.......The property is extremely well finished inside and it is clear that a lot of effort has gone into the refurbishment. We found the accommodation to be clean and very comfortable. The owner, Doug, showed us around the property and everything was ready for our arrival. His explanation of how the heating timer worked was confusing.......I guess that would partly explain how we ran out of hot water one day.The owners had provided a cake when we arrived. That was a nice touch and Doug later provided a jar of his honey which was kind of him. We asked if we could use the barbeque while we were there. We were told that it could be arranged but that it would need to be cleaned first. The cottage description does say that there is a barbeque available. In the end, we felt that the request for the barbeque was not very well received so we decided against using it. In fairness, Doug had cleaned the barbeque by the time we returned from our day out. He seemed a little upset when we said that we no longer wished to use it. When we departed on the Friday, Stella (Doug's wife) also asked if we'd used the barbeque. It was clear that she was aware that we had not used it. It was a very trivial thing to cause an atmosphere about. I don't feel that we did anything wrong but the bad attitude, as a result, was not welcome. We were paying guests, after all.This is a very well presented and cared for property. However, for us, the major detraction was the proximity of the owner's property. We were looking for a quiet and private break. The property is detached but is immediately adjacent to the owners' home. from the entrance of their home, there was a view directly into the property. We felt that we needed to keep the curtains closed on that side of the property all the time we were there. I think that this fact should be added to the owners' description. For this reason, we would not stay at this property again."
Tony - verified booking
"The Cart Shed was a cosy, well-furnished property that ticked all the boxes for us during our short break in Wales. On arrival we were greeted by Doug and Stella who were both friendly and welcoming. We were briefly shown around the property by Doug, given all the information we required and then left to get ourselves settled. Stella was kind enough to bake a cake for our arrival and it was simply delicious and a very nice touch.We used the Cart Shed as a quiet retreat and a base for exploring the local area and the surrounding Brecon Beacons. The property was situated in a fantastic spot with lots of local sights and castles to visit. Travel a little further and you can also visit some beautiful coastal towns and the main city of Swansea if you wish. The property itself was extremely well finished and had a very warm and modern feel to it. We actually felt that the images we saw when booking didn't do this property justice -it was even nicer in person! Everything within the property worked as it should, and we remained warm and comfortable throughout our stay. The log burner is a lovely addition this property. Doug and Stella are fantastic hosts who provided us with all the space and privacy we could have asked for. They were extremely helpful when providing information about local walks and sights. Just a small note - I drive a performance car which is close to the ground and I did find the uneven track leading to the property a tricky one to navigate. The car coped and was not damaged, but it did require a slow and cautious approach. This no way detracts from the property or the holiday we enjoyed, I just thought it might be worth a mention for future visitors. We would highly recommend the Cart Shed to all our friends and family, and have even considered returning ourselves next year!A big thanks again to Doug and Stella."
Dean - verified booking
"We stayed for 4 nights, a family of 2 adults, 3 children and 2 dogs,The cottage itself was just about acceptable but the driveway was ridiculously tight. I drive around 1000 miles per week and I'd class myself as a decent driver and I struggled with it.The lighting on the drive is poor and it's no more than a cars width wide. It's certainly a fire hazard in my opinion. Due to the nature of the driveways width and lighting I happened to clip my wing mirror causing damage and as my wife was telling the owner (we weren't complaining to her) all that the owner was interested in was making sarcastic comments about us slightly damaging a fence panel.Back to the cottage, parts of it are in desperate need of renovation. An internal door handle is snapped off and my daughter sliced her hand, another thing that we let go as we were really looking forward to this break as a family.We've stayed in many cottages before and I've never written a review of them as it's not my thing, but I feel the need to warn people of this place as overall my view of it is not good at all. I happened to by chance google the "cottage" and to my surprise it came up as one of booking . coms locations, so the owners are obviously also advertising this on there as short stay accommodation to people like sub contractor workmen in the area. It's certainly not the cottage break that we were expecting.There are plenty of other decent places to stay in the area and my advice would be to avoid this place at all costs."
Nicola - verified booking
"We all loved the cottage, the decoration, the homely feel of the place was second to none. We walked the 5 minutes to the beach at least twice a day (very flat rout and easy to find, perfect for running and biking) - the kids loved finding crabs under the rocks :) and our dog loved every minute of it.The cottage is close to a few supermarkets, a train station, restaurants, lots of takeaways and bakeries etc. Great local amenities. We loved the little folder the owners left out with suggestions on where to eat and where to go.We just weren't too keen on the surrounding estate. There was a park over the road but every time we walked past it there were groups of teenagers drinking/smoking so we walked past and went to the one next to the beach, which is lovely.We were also unfortunate enough to go during the plague of flies! Hundreds of the things were in the house. We made use of the can of fly spray left under the sink and the next door neighbours gave us some fly strips which were full after a few hours :(. Not the owner's fault I know but worth a mention. The problem was mentioned loads of times on the local radio.All in all, we had a great holiday and the cottage and the garden was gorgeous."
Edward - verified booking
"The cottage was fine downstairs, rustic, clean and comfortable, and the country lane outside was delightful. Upstairs, things were different. The conversion to a cottage meant that the height between bedroom floors and the sloping ceiling were ridiculously low. The only position where I could stand up straight was immediately under the apex, and I'm only 5' 9". I couldn't get into or out of the right side of the bed, (facing away from the headboard) as the ceiling was barely 3' 6" high measured 12" from the bed. My wife and I spent the week bending awkwardly every time we went upstairs, frequently banging our heads and cracking our shins on the wooden frame and furniture whilst concentrating on the ceiling. Sadly, the delightful country position and pleasant walk to a superb inn in the village couldn't compensate for the upstairs. We maintain that the conversion should never have been allowed. It should have been clear that it would result in the present unacceptable, and dangerous for heads, upper floor."