Yacht docked in west Wales countryside open for holiday stays

Affectionately named Mr Imp, this renovated vessel is ship shape and ready to welcome guests for a getaway in the Welsh countryside of Llandeilo, Carmarthenshire. Embark on a glamping holiday like no other where up to two stowaways can bathe in a private 22 acre nature reserve packed with wildflower meadows, lakes and huge oak trees.

Harry Potter fans can track down a ginormous tree that will intimidate the infamous Whomping Willow from the book and film series.

Guests can rest inside the blue, red and green wooden wooden boat which remains almost the exact same from its sailing days.

Onboard lies a double bed converted from the dining area, as well as a wood burner and a sink.

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