Holiday Cottages In Llansteffan To Rent
Become a FREE member and save up to 60%! Members save up to 60%
"Easy to use, great value for money and the post sale process is efficient and friendly."
"Easy to locate and book a property. Very straight forward."
"So easy to book our cottage of choice, customer services are extremely helpful."
Join for your free membership and save up to 60% on last-minute UK holidays
Llansteffan beach is well loved by many. This peaceful and clean beach is ideal for bracing walks and picnics, but not unfortunately swimming. Inland, there are plenty of other walking opportunities if you wish to explore the stunning Welsh countryside which surrounds the village. The ruins of Llansteffan Castle are only a short walk from the village centre and for day trips the popular town of Carmarthen is a short drive away.
1 - 24 of 41 properties
Mwche Lodge - UK11014
Ty Cerrig Farmhouse
Mwche Farmhouse - UK11013
The Cart Shed
We bring it all together
at your fingertips
We connect you to a range of great suppliers with a huge selection of properties. We've done the research, so that you don't have to.View properties >
We get you
the best price
We help you to complete your booking whilst giving you discounts, member only prices and our Best Price Guarantee.
Become a member >
you can trust
We act as the bridge between you and your dream property’s supplier with market leading customer services and prices.See our reviews >
What our customers are saying about our Holiday Cottages In Llansteffan To Rent.
Johanna - verified booking
"What a wonderfully impressive house, beautifully inside and out.Something for everyone, with large bedrooms, a great fully-equipped kitchen, separate large seating areas and games room. The property had plenty of towels and little other extras, such as toiletries which is an added bonus but not mentioned on the website. The owner was incredibly friendly and helpful, meeting our needs perfectly and I would use again in a heartbeat. The photos online do not do it justice as the rooms are much bigger than they look and the house even more outstanding in the flesh.A couple of small negatives that others should consider is that 2 bedrooms are joined and you have to go through another to use the bathroom making it difficult with 9 adults sharing the house who all wanted their privacy. Before arriving our party argued over the beautiful large bedroom with balcony but then decided against once they realised it was connected to another. We didn’t realise this when looking at the photos or see in the description unfortunately, which left my elderly mother using a child’s single bed downstairs instead of the intended double bed with ajoining bathroom.The busy main road, whilst quiet once windows and doors were shut was a disappointment and left nowhere to walk from the property with our dog or walk in general without having to drive instead. We took 3 cars to the property and found that our more nervous driver found turning right from the property or right into it very scary, especially when there was heavy daytime traffic on the dual carriageway.I would recommend to anyone who knew the small downsides and it’s a perfect holiday home, which we’d all like to own."
Paul - verified booking
"My wife and I loved it as it was an area I grew up in 30+ years ago, beautiful part of the country. Teenage daughter thought the cottage was haunted so spoilt her week of sleep :) and the spiders .... well there were quite a few! :)The lounge\dining area wasn't very clean, sand/mud/dust on the floor and dog hair everywhere, blankets on the sofas and chairs in particular and the beds weren't made up either as linen was still wet, so after a 8 hour journey could have done without hoovering through and making the beds up. The sofa in particular is really dirty, you can't see it until you sit on it in light/white clothing and the dirt transfers onto your clothes, my wife baby wiped the chair and the muck that came off .... not great but other than that.. super! The kitchen is fab everything and anything you need in there and the view from the cottage is superb. Only thing i would say is the the 'shower over the bath' reads as though it is a shower in the bath, like most folk have in there bathrooms, not a shower head that sits on the taps and you have to hold to have a shower/rinse off! That was a bit of a pain having to sit in the bath to have a shower! :)"
Peter - verified booking
"Great area for exploring the sandy beaches of SW Wales. The staff at the hotel (who run the cottage) are very friendly. The cottage advert left us assuming the swimming pool was at the cottages - it isn't - it's over half a mile away down a lane I thought was unsafe to walk along due to it being so narrow and having no footpath. Once there the pool is lovely. In today's connected world I would have expected wifi and mobile connectivity as a must have, especially considering the overall price of the rental. A minor issue was the crockery and cutlery - looks like mismatched leftovers from the hotel. Again with the price being paid, I would have expected a nice matching set for the number of guests. There was a note left on the window sill telling us about the welcome nibble and tipple, nice touch except there was no tipple, only a pack of welshcakes. What could have been a nice touch backfired. The settees has seen better days and ought to b replaced. Overall it's a nice cottage and these minor issues will not stop me returning."
Rachel - verified booking
"The owner of the cottage is a really lovely lady, but the cottage, although close to a beach, is unusually situated for a holiday cottage, it looks straight on a pair of double garages which would generally be termed eyesores. The view out the back was breathtaking for the wrong reasons. The property gets good sunshine from the front, but is mid terrace and the back has a high cliff going up behind it (wooded), so a bit short on sunlight. There is no back garden, just a very slippery raised decking area and views of concrete/ washing line/ slabs/ domestic oil stores. The real issue for this property is that it is wrongly priced, which means that people feel disgruntled as soon as they arrive. We gave up on trying to use the TV !! The bedrooms were very nice. A very useful property if you want to be able to walk to a quiet beach in 2 minutes and still be able to park. "
Cathy - verified booking
"We had a thoroughly enjoyable and relaxing stay at the Coach House, and the slate floors and large garden made it perfect for our young dog's first holiday, and the views from the garden are excellent. The cottage was generally well equipped, although it lacked one or two very minor items (a potato peeler, or a knife suitable for peeling spuds would have been helpful). Llansteffan is a lovely little village, with a stunning castle and a beach which goes on for miles when the tide is out. Dogs are banned from a small stretch during the summer months, but they have more than enough space to run around. Fish and chips from Florries is a must! The cottage is well located for exploring Carmarthenshire and on into Pembrokeshire. You do need to drive pretty much everywhere, but we found journey times shorter than we had anticipated."