Grove House is a large gentleman's residence, dating back to 1790, 1 of 3 holiday homes set up a sweeping drive in almost 2 acres of terraced and landscaped grounds above the pretty unspoilt seaside town of Llansteffan. Retaining its original Georgian charm, the large rooms with high ceilings give a real feeling of space, while the great sash windows, some with wooden shutters make the most of the sensational views over the town, golden sandy beach and sea of the Towy estuary. Comfortably furnished, the sitting room has an open fire to cosy round with French doors opening to a flagged terrace, ideal for enjoying an alfresco meal, overlooking... the beautifully laid and terraced garden below which you are welcome to wander. The main front bedrooms also offer the most breathtaking water views and balcony. The shared grounds stretch up behind you with a further large sloping lawn, while steps lead up to the glorious heated outdoor swimming pool which will give hours of enjoyment for all, a wonderful sunny spot with stunning views over the whole coastline. There are several pubs within walking distance in Llansteffan, as well as a post office and village shop which also includes a wonderful cafe running food themed nights. The glorious sandy beach is within a 5 minute walk, fish and chips from Florries on the beach car park are a must of any holiday, as is a walk round the majestic 12th Century Castle ruins set above the beach. A wonderful holiday home for families and friends to get away from it all and truly relax.This is a no smoking property.Care needed as uneven steps and some unfenced drops.Shares the same location as 43215 Grove Cottage & 43216 Grove Barn. The Grove is a group of 3 holiday cottages, dating back to the 1700s, set at the end of a sweeping drive in the midst of almost 2 acres of beautifully maintained, terraced grounds above the unspoilt seaside town of Llansteffan, on the shores of the Towy estuary. Breathtaking sweeping views can be enjoyed over the tranquil town to the beautiful sandy beach and sea. Steps and paths lead up through the shared terraced grounds with a large sloping lawn. The elevated outdoor heated pool available from May to the end of September will give hours of entertainment to both children and adults alike with its enclosed paved pool side being a wonderful sunny spot to relax and soak up the amazing views. Each property has its own patio area where you can enjoy an alfresco meal on a summers evening. Llansteffan has a thriving local community with 2 pubs, a post office, well stocked village shop and cafe which holds themed food evenings all within walking distance, while the golden beach is less than a 5 minute walk away, explore the ruins of the 12th Century Castle overlooking the beach, or walk the coastline with its hidden coves and rock pools. For those looking for more, the excellent facilities of the County town of Carmarthen is only 8 miles away, while there is plenty to do in the area with the National Botanical Gardens nearby, Ffos Las Racecourse holds monthly fixtures and Laugharne, the home of Dylan Thomas, lies a short drive to the west. The Grove is ideal for individuals or the perfect holiday base for larger gatherings of friends and families looking for a group of cottages in a wonderful location.Read more
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