New holiday home in Carmarthenshire, West Wales
Epic brings the beauty of the outdoors in. Wonderfully spacious, it features a choice of two or three bedrooms, as well as an additional home office for those looking to work away from home. Plus, you'll find a large open-plan living area and a utility room for storage.
With vaulted ceilings, and neutral decor throughout, this brand new property is the perfect choice for family getaways or weekend get-togethers with friends on the South Wales coast.
Neutral hues and beautiful views
Two or three-bedroom options and home offices available
990sq.ft of living space and 220sq.ft of outside terrace
Vaulted ceilings throughout lounge and bedrooms
Fully glazed front elevation onto terrace area
Entertainment system including Samsung TVs
Fully fitted kitchen with electric hob, eye-level oven, microwave, dishwasher, fridge/freezer, wine cooler - all Bosch
Utility room with washer/dryer
Luxury soft furnishings including sofa, curtains, flooring and carpets
Dining table and full hard furnishing set
Energy-efficient A-rated boiler
Built to British Standard 3632 and protected by a 10-year structural warranty
Hot tub, roof terraces and pergolas available on request
T&Cs: The Epic is subject to a 100-year licence and cannot be used as a residential home. An annual service fee of £8,000 plus VAT applies and electricity costs are billed quarterly. You will also need to take out home insurance on your Residence.
A look inside
An idyllic setting
Research conducted by Schofields showed that 19% of all holidays in 2019 were in self-catering accommodations such as holiday cottages.
According to YouGov, 30% of 25-49-year-olds say they would consider swapping a holiday abroad for one in the UK to reduce the impact of travel on the environment.
Research by Visit Britain showed that inbound tourism grew by 1.7% in 2019 with spending increasing by 9.1% to £25.0bn. Forecasts for 2020 predict visitor growth of 2.9% and spend by 6.6%.