About this listing
A quiet private and cosy space which is perfect for a romantic getaway set in a magical rural setting under the Preseli Mountains. High bed with views of sunset and stars. Log burner, large comfy sofa and private patio garden by the mill stream.
A beautiful romantic space for two with a sleeping platform a huge comfy sofa/bed, TV and DVD player, a woodburner and view over to the Preselli mountains. A beautiful hand-built kitchen with slate floor leads from the main living and sleeping space and then double stained glass doors open out onto the patio garden next to the mill race that flows down to the old cast-iron mill wheel below. There is also a bathroom with shower and bath.
We provide a large basket of wood and a bag of coal. Extra is available to buy should you need it. Discounts are available for week long bookings or mid-week only bookings. Please contact me to find out more.
This accommodation is part of a smallholding which used to be a thriving flour mill. It is a gorgeous place for a holiday. It is 10 miles from Narberth and 12 miles from Cardigan tucked away in its own little world close to the Preselli mountains and a short walk from little village of Mynachlogddu.
You will find everything you need here to kick back and relax and explore magical Pembrokeshire. We are in a 16 acre smallholding and there are rivers, streams and waterfalls all around. The place is an oasis of escape. A lovely family of craftworkers live in the farmhouse with four older children and Dan the Shepherd who will show you everything you need to know during your stay. This whole place is steeped in history both ancient and recent, they say it has been in use since megalithic times as a sanctuary for healing, being the home of the famous bluestones which were transported (somehow!!) to Stonehenge. The mill has not been in use for 50 years but the old cast iron wheel still stands and the mill race flows behind the cottage. You will always be able to hear the faint murmur of flowing water as well as plenty of birdsong, the odd sheep bleating and no traffic except for a tractor making hay in the fields during the summer.
You will be able to light a fire outside and sit under the starscapes, hang out on the river bank and get natural, wander amongst the trees and hills and let the rest of the world disappear if you want to. We do have wireless connection but due to its sheltered location we only have the odd patches of mobile reception but half a mile down the lane there is full reception.
Guests are welcome to walk through 12 acres of naturally managed farmland providing they respect the rules of keeping dogs on a lead and understand that the river and surrounds are a designated Site of Scientific Interest.
Interaction with Guests
I usually greet my guests at some point during the stay to make sure they have everything they need. I am happy to chat with guests should they wish, even share a glass of wine (great friendships have been forged at Felindyrch) but respect that most people come to get away from it all and spend time on their own and sometimes they don't see me at all.
Other Things to Note
There is usually someone around to meet you if you arrive on a Friday afternoon before 6.
You will find your holiday starts at the top of a magical track which you are advised to proceed down slowly and carefully. Look out for the blue painted stone. Felindyrch.
I can provide towels at £3 a set. I only have a small washing machine and the launderette is a long way away. :) Please let me know if you would like some.
Be nice. Take care of yourselves. There are steep stone steps, uneven paths, an abundance of flowing water and nature. Please leave things as you find them and don't put food in the recycling!!