Grove House

Ref: 43214

holiday property in Llansteffan

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5
Pets
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Grove House

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 al fresco 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.

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 1700’s, 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 summer’s 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.

Ground Floor: Hall, dining room, sitting room, kitchen, utility room.

First Floor: Double room/super king zip and link bed/ensuite shower room/whb/wc, twin room/ensuite shower room/whb/wc, 2 single rooms, double room/super king zip and link bed, bathroom/overhead shower/whb/wc.

Heating: Oil central heating, 2 open fires - starter pack provided.

Electricity: & Oil: £25 per week Sept - May, free June - August.

Parking: 2 spaces.

Facilities: Electric hob, double oven, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, tumble drier, 4 TVs, DVD player, radio/CD/cassette player, towels for hire @ £5 per person, per week, barbecue, garden furniture. Shared use of outdoor heated pool - available from May to end of Sept.

Pets: One.

Website: www.grovehousellansteffan.co.uk


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Attractions near Grove House

Carmarthen
Llansteffan Castle stands high in an impressive location overlooking the Tywi river. What once was a significant 12th Century ringwork castle in charge of controlling an important river crossing, all that is left to see now is a set of stone castle ruins situated at the top of a hill which was once home to a 6th Century BC Iron Age Hill Fort. Accessible only by a public footpath and lane which may be steep and uneven in places. Stroll around the interior walls and the upper levels of the main gatehouse. There is no public access to the Iron Age earthworks.

Celebrating the life famous Welsh poet Dylan Thomas lived whilst in Laugharne, the Dylan Thomas Boathouse is most definitely an attraction not to be missed. Dylan wrote some of his most famous pieces in his Writing Shed above the Boat House, including "Under Milk Wood". Since Dylan's death, the Boathouse has welcomed visitors setting up a Tea Rooms offering local produce on its menu, along with a Gift Shop and an exhibition which includes a 24 minute film.

Dogs are allowed in the garden and on the terrace provided they are kept on leads, but only guide dogs are allowed inside. There are no parking facilities.

The Tin Shed Experience is a not for profit organisation that is run by the help of a small band of volunteers. It started off as a 1940's museum and now is very quaint and quirky place to view wartime memorabilia . There is a small entrance fee for the museum., but donations are greatly appreciated to help and continuation to this project through for the coming years.

Situated near St Catherine’s Walk shopping centre, the market hall is open six days a week with an open air market each Wednesday, Friday and Saturday from 9am till 4.30pm. You will find a wide range of local produce, crafts, clothing and household goods.



Carmarthen
Lyric theatre was renovated in the 1980's and is now a modern, 665-seat theatre staging big-name comedy acts, plus touring ballet and opera companies.
Marros Riding Centre is a family owned and run establishment based in Marros, Carmarthenshire, West Wales offering horse riding for all abailities. Marros take both individuals and families on the woodland treks. For the more experienced rider, riding along the beach is available just a short distance from the stables. Lessons are also available for all levels of experience, from complete beginners up to very experienced riders wanting to improve their skills. Marros Riding Centre has horses suitable for beginners & experienced riders. Also on site at Marros Riding Centre is a floodlit indoor school, an outdoor school along with a coffee shop and gift shop.
Carmarthen Golf Club is located 3 miles from Carmarthen Town centre set in the stunning Carmarthenshire countryside, Carmarthen Golf Club is regarded as one of the finest golf courses in Wales, recently voted Welsh Golf Club of the Year 2011, and also one of the top 50 courses in Wales They welcome golf societies and corporate bookings every day throughout the year. The clubhouse provides a relaxed atmosphere with views across the beautiful course.
Carmarthen

Head to Gwili Steam Railway for an insight into the history of local and wartime industries with steam locomotives and a standard gauge preserved railway. Gwili Steam Railway is mostly run by volunteers and much assistance from the Gwili Railway Preservation Society. Go along for cream tea or one of their dining experiences. They also hold special events throughout the year including a Murder Mystery Evening and a Santa's Magical Steam Trains event at Christmas time.

Please Note: Not all aspects are disabled friendly, and dogs are welcomed but not allowed in the dining car. 

Carmarthen
The Hywel Dda Centre was created by a gentleman named Peter Lord as a memorial to Hywel Dda, a man who made a pilgrimage to Rome and established a legal system which he then enforced in Wales. Peter Lord's thinking behind the centre's design was to provide a quiet place for people to explore the legal laws of Hywel Dda. The centre is divided into six smaller gardens each representing different divisions and symbols of the law.
The National Botanic Garden of Wales in Carmarthenshire, is one of the most popular garden attractions in the whole of Wales. Not only does this Botanic Garden work hard to help conserve some of the rarest plants in the world, but it is also host to a number of special events throughout the year such as Food Fairs, Snowdrop Days and even a Seed Swap event! Please note: Guide Dogs only allowed.

 

Beaches near Grove House

Llansteffan
Llansteffan (sometimes spelt Llanstephan) is a long sandy beach against the River Towy, situated just across the water from Ferryside. Car Parking is currently free, but there are talks of implementing parking charges. Dogs are welcome onto the beach during the winter months providing they are kept on leads, however restrictions are then put in place from 1st May to the 30th September forbidding dogs on this beach. Technically, this is a tidal estuary rather than a beach, and so it is recommended to supervise children bathing at all times due to the strong currents in the water.
Carmarthen

Pendine Sands is a 7-mile long, straight beach, smoothered in the most beautiful sand and edged by a belt of dunes. From the beach there are clear views across Carmarthen Bay to Gower and Tenby.
In the summer of 2000, Don Wales made history on this beach, by breaking the Uk electric land speed record in his vehicle, reaching a staggering 137mph.
Please note that it is always worth checking to see if the MOD are using the area for firing practice, around the time of your proposed visit. If they are, then red flags will be raised and part of the beach will be closed to the public (although the firing itself is a good distance away).

Amroth

Amroth is a charming coastal village where time seems to have stood still. The long and sandy beach is peppered by a series of groynes that help protect the village from winter storms. The Western side of the beach, marks the beginning of the spectacular Pembrokeshire Coast Path, which winds its way for 186 miles past each of the splendid coves, beaches and cliffs of the Pembrokeshire National Park.
Parking and facilities at Amroth are both good.
Saundersfoot

Saundersfoot’s large golden beach is a blue flag award winner and provides a perfect coastal escape for a wonderful family day out. 

This picturesque beach is partially framed by the impressive cliff side and also the stone harbour walls. Fantastic for swimming, water sports and sunbathing, this sandy stretch also benefits from toilet facilities, cafes, pubs and shops all close by

The main section of the beach has a dog ban from May to September, although if you have a dog with you, you can head along The Strand until you reach the tunnel, the dog ban is lifted from this stretch of the beach onwards.


Tenby North Beach consists of a sweep of golden sand, with occasional rocks dotting the beach, including the prominent Goscar Rock. The harbour and castle are at the southern end of the beach which is well sheltered from the prevailing winds. North beach is very popular with families with plenty of space for beach games. Dog restrictions are put in place between 1st May and 30th September, banning dogs from North Beach. 
The mile long stretch of flat, golden sand that is Tenby South Beach is a firm favourite with holidaymakers. Plenty of space for a game of beach cricket or football as well as chasing a Frisbee! The beach is also popular with water sports enthusiasts as it is more exposed than Tenby North beach, it offers better surfing, windsurfing and kite-surfing conditions. Dog restrictions apply below the cliffs, east of the beach car park, between the 1st May and 30th September.
Priory Bay beach is a gorgeous beach on Caldey Island. Access to the island is by boat from either Tenby Harbour or Castle beach depending on the tides. The boats run between Easter and the end of October - Monday to Friday and Saturday during June, July, August, however the island is closed on Sunday. Its is a wonderful beach for families with plenty of space to run around, build sand castles and the perfect spot for a picnic. Dogs are welcomed on the island but must be kept on leads at all times.
Penally
Penally beach is a large sandy beach, at the far end of Tenby's South Beach. The beach gives direct access to Coastal Path, taking you up to Giltar Point where the path continues towards Lydstep and beyond. Access to the beach is via a pathway from the car park near the train station, through the golf course and dunes. There are fantastic views of Caldey Island from Penally.
Lydstep Haven is a picturesque village with a sand and shingle beach, located just over 3 miles from Tenby on the Pembrokeshire coast. It is very popular with swimmers and water sports enthusiasts and there is a great view of Caldey Island from the beach.
Skrinkle Haven beach is a sandy/shingly cove between Old Castle Head and Lydstep Point, 1 mile south-east of Manorbier village. Skrinkle Haven is accessed via its neighbour, Church Doors which is a little cove with two high-arched caves in the cliffs which resemble the doors of a church. The two coves are separated by a tall thin limestone ridge. At low tide it is possible to walk around the ridge, but only for a short period of time. There is also a narrow cave linking the two coves - care is needed as the cave is slippery and one end is in a rock pool. Access to Church Doors is via 140 metal steps.

 

Places To Drink near Grove House

The Castle Inn, Llansteffan is a welcoming and friendly pub less than a ten minute walk away from Llansteffan Beach. This pub welcomes families to its lounge area, whilst there is a relaxing bar suitable for adults only. They offer traditional pub meals and a range of drinks including local beers, guest ales and spirits. Spend an hour or two soaking up the sunshine in their beer garden!
Laugharne
Brown's Hotel was built in 1752 and is the social hub of Laugharne and the favourite watering hole of poet and writer Dylan Thomas. Traditional home cooked food is served daily. Lunch and evenings meals available all well as cream teas and hot drinks including Teapig teas and freshly ground coffee served throughout the day. The bar is stocked with Welsh real ales and single malts, vodka, gin and cream liqueur from our good friends at the Penderyn distillery at the foot of the Brecon Beacons.
The New Three Mariners is situated just on the corner of Victoria Street and Market Street in Laugharne, a Pembrokeshire village closely linked with poet Dylan Thomas. This pub retains many traditional features such as oak beams and slate flooring making it a real treat on your visit to Laugharne. They serve a range of guest ales as well as Sunday lunch, pub classics, pizza, paella and pastas! You can even order their stone baked pizzas to take-away! Booking is advised for their Sunday lunches in particular.
The Carpenters Arms in Laugharne, is a welcoming pub whether you're dining as a small party or a large group. With a specific children's menu, a bar and a restaurant, the Carpenters Arms can cater for all needs. A perfect beginning and end if you're opting for either of the two circular walks in the Laugharne area, pop in for a refreshing drink and a delicious meal! Carvery available every Sunday, as well as the traditional pub classics, grills, seafood dishes and salads available daily.

Corran Resort & Spa offers a taste of luxury, hidden in the marshlands of the Carmarthenshire countryside. The menus are creatively designed using the very best local ingredients and fresh seasonal produce. There ethos is clear and simple; well-prepared, thoughtfully cooked and beautifully presented cuisine with a hint of Welsh character and have a large selection of wines that have been hand-picked to complement the revolving menus. Serving breakfast, lunches, afternoon tea and evening meals.


 

Carmarthen
Savoy Country Inn is a picturesque pub near to St Clears, surrounded by trees with an outside eating area/beer garden and an array of hanging baskets. Popular with families and children, they even offer activity packs to keep those little ones content. An SA Brains pub, they offer a range of pub classics as well as burgers, pizzas, hot dogs, grills and sharer dishes. They also serve a range of breakfast dishes up until midday.
Carmarthen
The White Lion Inn is a welcoming pub with a warm and friendly atmosphere, and hints of original features such as oak beams and a real open fire. Their Sunday lunch is extremely popular and so booking in advance is advisable. They have a darts board and a pool table, and they also host an array of special events throughout the year.
Carmarthen
The Springwell Inn is situated alongside the beautiful sandy beach at Pendine Sands, and offers a range of pub classics as well as often seafood specials. They are able to cater for dietary requirements as well as large parties and private functions. Head along on a Sunday to sample their carvery with a selection of roasts and fresh vegetables. They have a wide range of ales and beers.
Carmarthen

Jabajaks four restaurants were crafted from the carriage house, stable, milking parlour and grain store of the original drovers’ farm to provide a convivial meal with friends, a truly unique romantic dining experience. The delightful Bistro, suitable for couples and small parties,The Nook is a secluded dining area for 2, The Granary, this can be used as a private room for family or business occasions as it seats up to 30 guests in comfort. The Welsh Banqueting Room, an exclusive venue for a group, yet intimate meals great for private function and celebrations, or an intimate wedding. Expect no less than classic fresh decor, solid oak floors & staircases. Every dish from the a la carte restaurant menu is made with fresh and seasonal local produce and cooked to order on the premises by the chefs. On sunny evenings, you can even sit outside on the patio overlooking the pond and vineyard and take in the stunning views of the rolling countryside and the wildlife.


Amroth
The New Inn, Amroth is a 16th Century family run pub offering traditional home cooked food and real ales. They have a kiddies corner where the kids can help themselves to reading books, puzzles or colouring-in books, they also have a full children's menu and cater for dietary needs. The bar area has a open log fire and the still has the original kitchen to the farmhouse. The main bar area has a log burner so you can relax in a warm and relaxed surrounding. Please note: Dogs are allowed outside, but only allowed in the bar area of the pub.

 

Places To Eat near Grove House

The Castle Inn, Llansteffan is a welcoming and friendly pub less than a ten minute walk away from Llansteffan Beach. This pub welcomes families to its lounge area, whilst there is a relaxing bar suitable for adults only. They offer traditional pub meals and a range of drinks including local beers, guest ales and spirits. Spend an hour or two soaking up the sunshine in their beer garden!
Laugharne
Brown's Hotel was built in 1752 and is the social hub of Laugharne and the favourite watering hole of poet and writer Dylan Thomas. Traditional home cooked food is served daily. Lunch and evenings meals available all well as cream teas and hot drinks including Teapig teas and freshly ground coffee served throughout the day. The bar is stocked with Welsh real ales and single malts, vodka, gin and cream liqueur from our good friends at the Penderyn distillery at the foot of the Brecon Beacons.
The New Three Mariners is situated just on the corner of Victoria Street and Market Street in Laugharne, a Pembrokeshire village closely linked with poet Dylan Thomas. This pub retains many traditional features such as oak beams and slate flooring making it a real treat on your visit to Laugharne. They serve a range of guest ales as well as Sunday lunch, pub classics, pizza, paella and pastas! You can even order their stone baked pizzas to take-away! Booking is advised for their Sunday lunches in particular.

Hidden from the main street in Laugharne is an award winning restaurant. The Cors a very special and intimate quirky and very romantic restaurant within a large landscaped grounds and glorious garden now provides a delightful setting of trees, shrubs, ponds, modern sculptures and secluded areas of seating.

The Carpenters Arms in Laugharne, is a welcoming pub whether you're dining as a small party or a large group. With a specific children's menu, a bar and a restaurant, the Carpenters Arms can cater for all needs. A perfect beginning and end if you're opting for either of the two circular walks in the Laugharne area, pop in for a refreshing drink and a delicious meal! Carvery available every Sunday, as well as the traditional pub classics, grills, seafood dishes and salads available daily.

Corran Resort & Spa offers a taste of luxury, hidden in the marshlands of the Carmarthenshire countryside. The menus are creatively designed using the very best local ingredients and fresh seasonal produce. There ethos is clear and simple; well-prepared, thoughtfully cooked and beautifully presented cuisine with a hint of Welsh character and have a large selection of wines that have been hand-picked to complement the revolving menus. Serving breakfast, lunches, afternoon tea and evening meals.


 

Carmarthen
Savoy Country Inn is a picturesque pub near to St Clears, surrounded by trees with an outside eating area/beer garden and an array of hanging baskets. Popular with families and children, they even offer activity packs to keep those little ones content. An SA Brains pub, they offer a range of pub classics as well as burgers, pizzas, hot dogs, grills and sharer dishes. They also serve a range of breakfast dishes up until midday.
Carmarthen
The White Lion Inn is a welcoming pub with a warm and friendly atmosphere, and hints of original features such as oak beams and a real open fire. Their Sunday lunch is extremely popular and so booking in advance is advisable. They have a darts board and a pool table, and they also host an array of special events throughout the year.
Carmarthen
Con Passionata is a modern stylish restaurant situated in the heart of Carmarthen's old town. The kitchen combines the best local ingredients with modern eclectic cooking styles to produce elegant dishes of the finest quality. The atmosphere is warm, informal and inviting for a relaxing dining experience.
Carmarthen
The Springwell Inn is situated alongside the beautiful sandy beach at Pendine Sands, and offers a range of pub classics as well as often seafood specials. They are able to cater for dietary requirements as well as large parties and private functions. Head along on a Sunday to sample their carvery with a selection of roasts and fresh vegetables. They have a wide range of ales and beers.

 

Events near Grove House

Santas Grotto - Folly Farm

Saturday 11 November 2017 - Sunday 17 December 2017

Folly Farm will be welcoming Santa to their zoo this November and December, as well as visiting santa you can also visit his reindeer in their very own zoo! Santa will have presents for the littles ones, and mulled wine and mice pies will be available for the adults! Times and Prices will be confirmed nearer the time.  https://www.folly-farm.co.uk/whats-on/santas-grotto

Santas Magical Steam Train - Gwilli

Saturday 02 December 2017 - Sunday 24 December 2017

Gwilli Railway station will be hosting their popular Magical Steam Train experience again this December, Santa will be returning to his grotto with an array of entertainment. There will be a heated marquee where you can get a sherry and a mince pie and there will also be goodie bags available for children. For more information on times and tickets please visit - http://www.gwili-railway.co.uk/en/events/santa's-magical-steam-trains.aspx

Carmarthen Christmas Craft Market

Saturday 02 December 2017 - Sunday 24 December 2017

Head to the streets of Carmarthen this Christmas and get into the festive spirit with their Christmas Craft Market! With purpose-built wooden huts lining the streets of St Catherine's Walk, this Christmas Market is open daily meaning there is plenty of time to pop in for those handmade items perfect for Christmas presents! Stalls will include arts and crafts, jewellery, various gifts and there will be lots of quality local produce on offer too!

Winter Wonderland at National Botanic Gardens

Friday 08 December 2017 - Sunday 17 December 2017

Pay a visit to the National Botanic Garden of Wales near Carmarthen between the 8th and 17th December for a truly magical festive experience! The Botanic Garden welcomes you "To the Park After Dark" during these dates where you can enjoy a lights show and owl display with fun, games and music. There will also be refreshments available such as Christmassy nibbles, turkey rolls plus free mulled wine and a mince pie for all! There will also be a bar and barbecue available. The "Park After Dark" is open between 4pm and 4pm on these dates; entry costs £6 per adult, £3 per child and members enter for free. This seasonal event is guaranteed to get you into the Christmas spirit with a Christmas Craft Fair on the 9th and 10th in the Great Glasshouse and a Christmas Food Fair in the Great Glasshouse on the 16th and 17th. Both events will also host "Tinsel's First Christmas", a special show with appearances from real owls courtesy of The British Bird of Prey Centre. On Weds 13th, the Great Glasshouse will host Carolau un ur Ardd - a festive celebration with carols, mulled wine and mince pies. 

Folly Farm - 'That'll be the Day'

Thursday 14 December 2017 - Friday 15 December 2017

One of Folly Farms most popular fundraising events will be returning this December 14th & 15th! This event will feature huge rock'n roll hits from the 50s,60s and 70s. Tickets are £25.00 each and all net proceeds will go to Paul Sartori. Doors will open at 7.30pm.

The Carny Villains Christmas Bonanza

Saturday 16 December 2017

Head to the Queens Hall in Narberth this December for a unique evening of entertainment, courtesy of the Carny Villains. This interesting "circus show band" started out life as a house band going on to compose live scores for circus acts and theatrical shows, and have since become popular festival headliners due to their energetic and original shows. Tickets start at £10 and are available online here: https://span-arts.ticketsolve.com/shows/873579874

The West End at Christmas

Tuesday 19 December 2017

Carmarthen's Lyric Theatre will be hosting an afternoon of West End musicals this December! With a cast who have each starred in a number of West End shows and national tours including favourites such as Les Miserables, Singing in the Rain, Phantom of the Opera, Wicked and Cats.Tickets cost £12 for children and concessions, with full tickets at £14. Please note, booking fees apply.For more information and/or to book tickets, please see the website: http://www.theatrausirgar.co.uk/en/shows/the-west-end-at-christmas

Tenby's Boxing Day Swim

Tuesday 26 December 2017

2017 marks the 47th year of the Annual Boxing Day Swim on Tenby's North Beach - a truly great event which really does get the whole community involved! Some embrace the holiday spirit by dressing up in fancy dress, as the event is given a theme each year! The theme for 2017 has yet to be announced , but it's sure to be a great festive event for all! Prizes are given for those in the best fancy dress, and for those with the highest amount of sponsorship raised - no entry fee, just grab a sponsorship form! For more information, see the website: http://www.tenbyboxingdayswim.co.uk/

New Year's Eve Fireworks

Sunday 31 December 2017

Celebrate the New Year in at Saundersfoot with a fantastic free firework display on the harbour at midnight!

New Year's Eve Celebrations

Sunday 31 December 2017

Tenby is known as one of the best places to welcome in the New Year. With an array of lively bars and pubs in close proximity and, of course, the famous midnight countdown in Tudor Square.

Saundersfoot New Years Day Swim

Monday 01 January 2018

A perfect way to start the year, whether you're taking part or just supporting! This event is all in the aid of charity with sponsorship coming from local businesses – everybody really does get involved! Each year they set a fancy dress theme to add to the excitement.

Cinderella - The Lyric

Thursday 11 January 2018

The Lyric theatre company will be showing the classic Cinderella Pantomime on January 11th at 7.00pm, for more information and to purchase tickets please visit - http://www.theatrausirgar.co.uk/en/shows/cinderella

Carmarthen Youth Opera Present: Guys & Dolls

Tuesday 20 February 2018 - Saturday 24 February 2018

The Carmarthen Youth Opera present the Broadway favourite, Guys and Dolls this year at the Lyric Theatre. This amateur performance tells the show-stopping story of a charismatic gambler who takes on the bet of dating a missionary. Tickets cost £16 or £13 for concessions - booking fees apply.

Dylan Thomas: Clown in the Moon

Saturday 17 March 2018

Returning to play another iconic Welsh figure, Rhodri Miles plays Dylan Thomas following his incredible run in Burton. The actor who has played parts in Game of Thrones, Hinterland and Torchwood, takes on the role of writer Dylan Thomas who is well-known for his many poems and plays including Under Milk Wood. This production plays out some of his most famous works alongside moments from his personal life. Tickets cost £10 plus booking fees. 

The Jungle Book at The Lyric

Saturday 31 March 2018

The Lyric Theatre are putting on the family classic The Jungle Book this March with entertaining musical numbers, a comical script and the chance to meet the recognisable characters after the show!Tickets cost £10 for concessions and £12 for full price, booking fees apply.

Narberth A Cappella Voice Festival

Friday 04 May 2018 - Sunday 06 May 2018

Wales' only acapella festival, the Narberth A Cappella Voice Festival, returns in 2018 for it's tenth anniversary. Between 4th and the 6th May, Narberth will be hosting a weekend full of performances and workshops celebrating all things a cappella. Performers and more details are yet to be announced, please see www.navf.co.uk for more details. 

Long Course Weekend

Friday 13 July 2018 - Sunday 15 July 2018

The triathlon with a difference is back once again! Spread across the three days, the Wales Swim takes place on the Friday night on Tenby North Beach, the Sportive on the Saturday and the Marathon on the Sunday. Athletes can opt for just one event or all three meaning everyone who wants to can get involved! Children can even get involved on the Friday in the Taff Kids event! It really is a great event with an exciting atmosphere, athletes and supporters are encouraged to get involved for the whole weekend!

 

Historic Places near Grove House

Carmarthen
Llansteffan Castle stands high in an impressive location overlooking the Tywi river. What once was a significant 12th Century ringwork castle in charge of controlling an important river crossing, all that is left to see now is a set of stone castle ruins situated at the top of a hill which was once home to a 6th Century BC Iron Age Hill Fort. Accessible only by a public footpath and lane which may be steep and uneven in places. Stroll around the interior walls and the upper levels of the main gatehouse. There is no public access to the Iron Age earthworks.

Celebrating the life famous Welsh poet Dylan Thomas lived whilst in Laugharne, the Dylan Thomas Boathouse is most definitely an attraction not to be missed. Dylan wrote some of his most famous pieces in his Writing Shed above the Boat House, including "Under Milk Wood". Since Dylan's death, the Boathouse has welcomed visitors setting up a Tea Rooms offering local produce on its menu, along with a Gift Shop and an exhibition which includes a 24 minute film.

Dogs are allowed in the garden and on the terrace provided they are kept on leads, but only guide dogs are allowed inside. There are no parking facilities.

Laugharne
Overlooking the Taf estuary, Laugharne Castle was built a traditional medieval castle in the 13th Century before it was later used as a Tudor mansion. The castle is home to extensive grounds with both Georgian and Victorian gardens, which were largely used by Richard Hughes and Dylan Thomas when they needed peace for their writing.
The Tin Shed Experience is a not for profit organisation that is run by the help of a small band of volunteers. It started off as a 1940's museum and now is very quaint and quirky place to view wartime memorabilia . There is a small entrance fee for the museum., but donations are greatly appreciated to help and continuation to this project through for the coming years.
Carmarthen
Kidwelly Castle is a Norman castle overlooking the River Gwendraeth and the town of Kidwelly, Carmarthenshire The present remains of the castle include work from about 1200 to about 1476. Created as a defence against the Welsh. The castle is relatively well-preserved, and is managed by Cadw.
Carmarthen
The castle at Carmarthen is overlooking the River Twyi, , the Roman fort must have dominated the Roman town. The castle was converted into a prison in the 18th and 19th centuries, and the building of the Council offices has also not helped its appreciation as a military entity. However, enough remains to make a visit worthwhile. Free Town and Castle tours which take place from Castle House during the summer months and on most Wednesdays, depending on weather conditions.
Carmarthen

Head to Gwili Steam Railway for an insight into the history of local and wartime industries with steam locomotives and a standard gauge preserved railway. Gwili Steam Railway is mostly run by volunteers and much assistance from the Gwili Railway Preservation Society. Go along for cream tea or one of their dining experiences. They also hold special events throughout the year including a Murder Mystery Evening and a Santa's Magical Steam Trains event at Christmas time.

Please Note: Not all aspects are disabled friendly, and dogs are welcomed but not allowed in the dining car. 

Stepaside Ironworks originally opened in 1849, obtaining ore from the Amroth area and was transported by Saundersfoot railway. The Ironworks are now very much a ruins nowadays with the Engine Blasting House and the Casting House being more well-preserved.
Tenby
Tenby Castle was originally built by the Normans in the 12th Century, of which only a small tower remains on the top of Castle Hill. The town walls however, which it is believed were built later on in the 13th Century, are impressively well preserved, with the east walls running complete to the Esplanade.

Tenby Museum is in a superb location atop Castle Hill, overlooking Caldey Island and Carmarthen Bay. The museum itself is home to a number of displays and exhibits including a maritime display, a Roald Dahl exhibit and a WWI exhibition. A really popular attraction is The Story of Tenby gallery where you can learn all about the local history of the seaside town. There are interactive activities and audio visual displays to keep the little ones entertained during your visit. Also making home inside Tenby museum is a library and archive, both of which store information on local history and natural history as well as many items which link back to the area. Inside the Museum is two art galleries which host a programme of changing works and exhibitions. Pay a visit to the shop where you will be able to purchase unique gifts and prints. or enjoy a trip to the coffee shop for a refreshing hot drink with a beautiful view. 

 

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Grove House Access Statement

This Access Statement has been prepared by the owner for your information; it is the most recent version that we have received. This statement has been prepared as objectively as possible, however with such a wide remit oversights may be made.

Please ensure all crucial requirements for a safe and enjoyable holiday are present so if you have any queries whatsoever, please do not hesitate to contact us on 01437 767600.


The Grove properties (43214-16) are approached from the main road running through the village up a steep tarmac drive.

There are 2 level tarmac spaces directly outside the entrance to the house. Access into the house and the interior.

There is a small 5cm step from the tarmac into the house.

The spacious hallway is a solid wood floor and leads into the dining room, living room, kitchen and stairs to first floor.

The dining and living room are spacious, light and airy with carpet flooring.

The kitchen has a lino floor with low-level oven and work tops with a central table. The kitchen leads down a small step into the utility room.

The utility room leads out onto a paved path which leads to the front of the house, which is again paved.

The stairs are wide, banister and carpeted leading to a carpeted and spacious landing. There are 13 stairs.

Leading from this landing are one double en suite bedroom and one twin en suite bedroom, double room, 2 single bedrooms and a family bathroom.

The family bathroom contains a bath with shower over, toilet and sink. It is a spacious room with wooden flooring.

The en suite bedrooms are all carpeted with small shower rooms. The shower rooms have lino flooring.

The front single bedroom is carpeted and has doors opening up onto the balcony. Care must be taken on this as the railings are low.

The single bedroom to the right at the top of the stairs is also carpeted.

The grounds have definite boundaries which are not necessarily totally animal proof. There are gates at the bottom of the drive which are usually left open, but are able to be closed.

There are areas of flat lawn, as well as inclined lawns. There are paths some of which are uneven. There are steps leading to different areas, some of which are uneven. Part of the garden is quite steep and there may be areas with steep drops.

Outside lights on the driveway are activated at dusk as well as various PIR activated lights situated around the car parks, drive and access into and out of the properties.

The pool is accessed up a steep, but short pathway and some steep concrete paths. The area around the pool is paved and level.

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