Sleeps up to 18 guests. 1 property
Chapel Apartments Wales
Contact: Gary Symonds
Telephone: 01267 267957
Open: All Year
Short breaks available
Pets Not Allowed
Beach or Coastal
Chapel Apartments Wales with its panoramic views of Carmarthen Bay specialises in weekend, and longer holidays for groups of up to 18 plus cots. If you have something to celebrate you should be here! (Chapel Apartments is let as a single entity only).
Chapel Apartments is located half way between the Gower Peninsula and Tenby, overlooking Carmarthen Bay, on the edge of the idyllic village of Llansaint, with its two traditional welsh pubs, both offering great food, and Sky TV.
The sweeping views of Carmarthen Bay from Llansaint village are simply breath taking. It might be difficult to find more exhilarating views in the country.
The 17th Century stone chapel with its oak beams and fabulous 7 feet circular stained glass window project a kaleidoscope of colours into the chapel. The apartments are large and can easily accommodate 18 seated guests in any of the three apartments. The Jolly Roger apartment on the first floor has the extra large dining table which seats 18 and there are three fully fitted kitchens and three washing machines to help cater for up to 18 guests.
The chapel with its three apartments is let as one building sleeping a maximum of 18 guests. There is one entrance into the building, and one flight of stairs. Each apartment is accessed off the stairs. The ground floor (The Admirals Rest), The first floor (The Jolly Roger), and the second floor (The Lookout).
15 Beds (3 King size beds and 12 Single beds) Each apartment sleeps 6 guests. We guarantee that everybody sleeps in a quality full size bed with a deep fill Silent Night mattress. There are no sofa beds, small beds, or bunk beds at Chapel Apartments.
The Chapel is located 14 miles from Junction 48 of the M4 motorway making easy access, especially for weekends. 1¼ hours from Bristol M4/M5.
There is a comprehensive visitor information area with local maps and a DVD library located on the second floor beside the 7 feet circular stained glass window.
The "Wales Coastal Path" runs from Llansaint village across meadows, through forest and over hills to Ferryside. Along the way you will wander through Blue Bells, Buttercups and Daisies and a rainbow of wild flowers in April, May and June. Ford across winding streams and climb ancient steps cut into the hill sides and along the entire route there are wonderful views of the Pembrokeshire coast line. A photographer's paradise.
Celtic Trail ½ mile, Kidwelly Castel 1½ miles, St Ishmael church 1100AD 2 miles, Ferryside small town 2½ miles, Kidwelly Quay 3 miles, Pembrey Country Park 500 acres, Dry Ski slope & Bobsleigh Ride and Millennium Coastal Path 5 miles, Burry Port Harbour 6 miles, Market town of Carmarthen 8 miles, National Botanic Garden Of Wales 9 miles, Gwili Steam Railway 11 miles.
Beautiful walks from the village and there are pubs there too. Horse riding through Pembrey Forest, and on the beach 5 miles.
Carmarthen Bay Beach 1.5 miles beautiful walk, Ferryside Beach 2.5 miles, Pembrey Blue Flag Beach (Cefn Sidan) 5 miles. Pendine Sands 25 minutes drive.
Weekly £799 Low season, £1899 high season
3 night weekend starting from £645
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