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Places to stay in Rosebush

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The cabin is located in stunning scenery, nestled midway between Carningli Mountain, Ty-Canol ancient oak woodland & the foothills of the Preselis & only 3 miles from the sea. With an outdoor hot tub, it's easy to kick back and relax.
Our fully insulated wooden cabin is just a couple of miles from Newport, Pembrokeshire. The cabin perches on the top of one of a series of 3 nearby mounds (the origin of which is still unclear, but you can see the other two from the garden) and over looks stunning scenery. The building is sunny, warm, light and airy, with a woodburning stove for when the weather is cooler. The water is heated by solar panels and a log boiler down in the main house. The hotub and garden has lovely views and you can sit back and enjoy incredible sunsets behind carningli mountain. Guests and friends often tell us that they have not slept and relaxed so well for a long time. Maybe it's because there are very few places left in Britain where you cannot hear the hum of a busy road or the sound of vehicles every few minutes. Here at the cosy Cabin, the small lanes are extremely quiet and you are completely surrounded by nature. All around you are hills, mountains, wooded valleys, streams and great mature oaks, ash and sycamore. Except for the neighbouring farm buildings, you could easily believe that you are tens of miles from civilisation; yet just over the side of Carningli (the rocky ancient volcano you can see from the garden) and only 3 miles away is the small bustling town of Newport. Newport is a tiny town that has an incredible variety of attractions including farmers market (on Mondays), award winning cafes, pubs and restaurants, local shops and art galleries and of course the sea with a beautiful sandy beach, cliff walks and sandunes. Before going into more detail I need to be clear on the location and type of property this is. The cabin has a compost loo which is a dry system that works without a flush, where the waste is converted into fertile soil for the apple trees. The loo does not smell bad in case you were wondering, but is not the same as a flush toilet. Access to the cabin involves some steep steps and a slightly uneven path with some leaves and loose small stones. It is not a modern set-up with a tarmac driveway with all the latest mod-cons (unless you're talking super comfortable beds, cooking, showering and hotub!) The best thing to do before booking is read through a number of reviews as well as much of the description as possible to get a feel for the place to make sure it's right for you. The cabin is open plan with a large curtain to separate the downstairs bedroom. There is a king size bed downstairs and a double mattress upstairs, and a travel cot if needed. We only make up the downstairs bed when there is one person or a couple staying, but if you'd prefer to sleep upstairs, just let us know before your stay. There is an electric shower and heated towel rail in the bathroom. The garden has chairs and there is a veranda for undercover outside dining. The outdoor electric hot tub is partly powered by the solar panels in the garden (as is the whole cabin), and it is hot and ready to use all the time. We will need access to the hot tub to check the levels, change filters etc if needed, but we always try to do this while guests are out. While we do provide a set of towels (one bath towel and one hand towel per guest), it might be an idea to bring an extra towel for the hot tub, and maybe a dressing gown. Some slip on shoes would also be useful for going between the cabin and the hot tub. As we are out in the sticks, mobile service is intermittent, but most networks can get signal somewhere, even if it means a trip to the garden or short walk into the field. There is no landline or internet in the cabin. We have been toying with the idea of getting the cabin connected, however, every single guest (even those that were expecting wifi) have told us at the end of their stay they were so happy not be distracted by their mobile phones, email etc. And that their experience was so much richer for it that we should definitely not introduce it... being cut off from social media addiction for even just a few days is incredibly relaxing and refreshing and is so rare these days. It is easy to forget how good for the mind the experience of spending quality time together, reading, playing games, talking and being able to completely relax is. So if you are worried about being off screen for a few days, don't be, as it really does make for a fantastic experience. Many of the pubs etc in newport do have free wifi if you do need to get online. If you would like to have a tv with DVD player please enquire and we should be able to provide without issue The cabin is self catering, and the kitchen is fully equipped, with a fridge, kettle, toaster and an induction cooker and Samsung oven which are super efficient and a pleasure to use. Some basics are provided, like salt, pepper, some herbs and spices and cooking oil. There will be complimentary tea and coffee (ground, for the caffetiere). There is no washing machine, but I would be happy to do a wash for you at a cost of £2 a load. We also have a dryer, which would be an extra £2, but there is also a drying line outside the cabin. Newport has a launderette too, opposite the Golden Lion pub. Bedding and bathroom towels are provided. If it's raining, there is a fantastic new local cafe in Newport called Pwnc that has an indoor climbing wall free for cafe customers and great for kids. there are also great indoor theme parks like Blue Lagoon etc. not too far away, and the hotub can be fun in the rain. There are a host of other fair weather types of activities close at hand too.
North Pembrokeshire is much quieter than the south and has a unique combination of rocky outcrops, stunning beaches and coastal path, wooded valleys and enclaves, friendly neighbours and a night sky with hardly any light pollution, resulting in a fantastic the view of the stars. The more well-known stunning beaches of Newport, Poppit and Whitesands are interspersed with little gems that are much quieter and actually often much more beautiful such as Cwm Yr Eglwys only a few miles away. The neighbourhood is a mix of traditional welsh farmers, smallholdings and people that have chosen a sustainable path and live off the land (this includes communities such as Lammas and Brithdir Mawr, as well as groups of families that share giant vegetable growing plots and a cow where each household takes a turn at milking!), stone farmhouses and cottages interspersed with hobbit style dwellings and homes made from natural materials. The Gwaun Valley that starts at our property is a sight in itself. Its vast densely wooded sides leads down to a welsh community that has culturally changed very little for centuries. They still celebrate their own new year, have a primary school still running strong with only 24 pupils in total and have a pub that is old as they come and only serve beer from jugs. There are plenty of beautiful sights and places of interest within walking distance along beautiful winding quiet backroads. The large organically farmed field next door with the large oak tree atop an ancient mound is ours and provides a stunning short walk or sports/activity ground (we have football nets to borrow), depending on the livestock! Ty canol woods (less than 1 mile away) is home to an ancient stunted oak woodland, rocky outcrops and carpeted in mosses and lichens, it is like walking into a fairytale book. The woods lead on to the larger rocky outcrops of Carnau meibion Owen which looks out to the preseli hills and also the ancient burial chamber of Pentre Ifan. The heather strewn slopes of Carningli mountain (less than 1 mile away) are well worth a climb, the views from on top are spectacular. Newport has a stunning large sandy beach with dunes and is great for swimming. The town of Newport has become famous for its array of great cafes, restaurants and shops including a wholefood shop, butchers, hardware store, fishmongers (specialising in locally caught fish), pharmacy, newsagents, craft collective, antique centre, Spar and a local produce market on a Monday morning. Our closest neighbours (300 yards ish), Simon and Kerry at Tyriet farm have opened a micro brewery (Bluestone brewing co.), and you can drop in and pick up a bottle or three of their finest ales.
  • Maya and Robyn are great hosts, they welcomed us warmly, showed around the cabin. It was straight forward from that moment, we didn’t need too much from them, but we knew they are there if there is any help needed. The best thing is - no WiFi, no signal, no tv - everything you need to spend couple of nights away - board games, hot tub and talking to your other half! Such a refreshing experience in this very fast world! You won’t regret booking this place!

    Balazs2020-03-04T00:00:00Z
  • We had a lovely, relaxing stay at Maya and Robin’s place. It’s cosy and in a beautiful spot. We received great local tips from Robin and just loved the area. Newport is a really pretty little town and has lots of nice cafes and places to walk; the views over it from Carningli hill were amazing (one of Robin’s tips). There’s some info on the listing which you should read before staying, such as there not being any WiFi which might not be appreciated by everyone, but I’m pretty sure it contributed to how well I slept the entire time I was here and how relaxed I felt. I also loved that there was a cupboard full of board games to get stuck into, and the hot tub was perfect.

    Rhiannon2020-03-01T00:00:00Z
  • Really lovely place. Stand out features were the amazing location, gorgeous little cabin with a brilliant wood burning stove and a fantastic hottub. Also nice to have plenty of wood provided, real coffee in the kitchen and the hottub was properly hot!

    Sophie2020-02-28T00:00:00Z
  • We loved our stay in the hut! It was perfect for a country side get away, with a lovely town near by on the coast. Even though it was winter the hut was so toasty and warm with the wood burner. There was loads of amenities and we were able to cook. The hot tub was the icing on the cake, would really recommend and would love to go back. Lydia

    Lydia2020-02-15T00:00:00Z
  • This place really is a gem. Hidden away you really do feel in your own world. The hot tub is amazing! With beautiful views and countryside as far as you can see. The accommodation is beautiful. It’s bigger than the pictures show. All the amenities you need. Bliss to have no signal, no Wi-if, no Tv. Just books and relaxation. If you want to have a few days away from a hectic work life this is perfect. Host was very accommodating when we had to move dates and very responsive. Two beautiful cats give us a visit too!

    James2020-02-11T00:00:00Z
  • Really cosy cabin, spectacular panoramic location, walking distance to a brewery! :D

    Joshua2020-02-09T00:00:00Z
  • If you want superb accommodation, friendly hosts and a place to truly unwind then this is the place for you

    Carl2020-02-04T00:00:00Z
  • I was greeted warmly by Maya and Robin and given a tour of the cabin and some great advice of local walks. The cabin is beautiful and has everything you need. The fire keeps the place warm for hours. Having a compost loo inside is a massive bonus, not having to trudge across a field in the rain and cold in the middle of the night is great! I spent two evenings sat in the hot tub, looking at the stars and listening to owls hooting. What more could you want. Would highly recommend.

    Liz2020-01-28T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Cabin


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    2

    Cilgwyn, Wales, United Kingdom

    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, a woodburner and view over to the Preseli 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. The central heating is managed by a biomass boiler situated in an out-building We provide a large basket of wood and kindling. 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 (withone other adjoining holiday cottage) which used to be a thriving flour mill. The studio feels very private with its own garden overlooking the mill- wheel. It is a gorgeous place for a holiday exploring Pembrokeshire. 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. Craig,Dan or Oshi 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.
    Felindyrch is situated half a mile outside the tiny village of Mynachlogddu, home of the Preseli bluestones which made their way to stonehenge. (10 miles from the quirky market towns of Narberth to the south and Cardigan to the North) surrounded by stunning landscapes and with full starry skies. Centrally located in West Wales it is a wonderful location to explore the beaches of the North Coast (25 minutes drive) the South coast 30-40 minutes and the west coast 50 minutes. The nearest mini-supermarket/petrol station is just 2 miles down the lane and nearest village with shops is Crymych 4 miles. This is a traditional farming area. There are many great walks and footpaths up to the hills. In the village a mile away there is a lovely wooden playground. In the other direction Trefach caravan park welcomes guests from Felindyrch to swim in their swimming pool as long as refreshments are purchased from the restaurant or bar. Mention Felindyrch for a warmer welcome when you arrive as they are pretty hot on making sure they keep a safe space for their younger guests
  • I couldn’t recommend Oshi’s place more

    Rose2020-02-27T00:00:00Z
  • Great facilities in an idyllic location. Ideal base for exploring the region. Comfortable and quiet.

    Philip2020-02-22T00:00:00Z
  • Our stay fell in the middle of storm Dennis and we couldnt think of a better place to get cosy and wait out the bad weather! The studio is very cosy and relaxing with the fire roaring and the sound of the stream right outside. We would love to come back and explore the area more, it is beautiful. The view of the night sky from the mezzanine bed is a nice touch too. This was a great place to just unwind.

    Andy2020-02-17T00:00:00Z
  • Absolutely amazing stay in a perfect location. Loved listening to the river and watching the stars from the bedroom. Nearby Narberth was a lovely little village to explore and do some shopping in the little boutique shops. Didn’t want to leave, will definitely return!

    Anita2020-01-27T00:00:00Z
  • This is a great place to get away from it all - we had a lovely weekend here and Oshi was very helpful too :)

    Alfie2020-01-06T00:00:00Z
  • Excellent trip to a beautiful part of Wales. A warm welcome and friendly hospitality. Even although it rained a lot, I had the most amazing time relaxing and painting in front of the log fire in the beautifully converted barn/watermill. The colours were so green and vibrant around Oshi's place. Such a beautiful location with the coast also close enough for coastal walks. A great, warm, autumn country escape. Will be booking again and look forward to returning!

    Fiona2019-11-28T00:00:00Z
  • We had a lovely weekend here in the barn. Never stayed in a place like this before, it was peaceful and nature-ry, the air is so clean and invigorating in this area I miss it! I think we should have stayed a week as a weekend wasn’t long enough!

    Vicky2019-10-20T00:00:00Z
  • This place was an absolute gem! The photos on the airbnb do not do it justice. It is a lovely retreat off the beaten track where we enjoyed the log fire and the sounds of nature all around us. Oshi is the best host we have ever come across - very quick with responses, great directions to find the studio, and a huge list of recommendations for the local area. We stayed for 3 nights but could have stayed for longer. A beautiful place with a lovely host. Thank you Oshi! x

    Emma2019-10-18T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Barn


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    0

    Mynachlogddu, Wales, United Kingdom

    A beautiful, traditional Pembrokeshire bluestone cottage - within 15 mins of the Preseli Hills, Newport and the coast, and Cardigan - Banc-yr-Eithin Cottage is perfect for nature lovers, walkers, and couples wanting a romantic getaway. Explore 3 acres of private woodland and the myriad of wonderful hill and coastal walks nearby. Stargaze through the skylight from a comfortable kingsize bed. Relax in the cosy snug, with dvd player, satellite TV, and wood-burning stove (with free wood!).
    A haven of peace and tranquility, Banc-yr-Eithin Cottage is a private and self-contained part of a 19th century Pembrokeshire longhouse, surrounded by 3 acres of beautiful private woodland which can be explored by guests. Recent comments from guests: "The cottage is perfect for some time away from busy life, to relax in the countryside. There were lots of walks to do in the local area both inland and coastal with some really amazing views." "I really hope that we can come back again sometime! Thank you so much for having us! It was the most relaxed and switched off I've felt for ages - even though we were only there for a weekend, it felt so much longer." "A perfect place to watch the wonderful array of birds and enjoy the peaceful, secluded garden. Very beautiful and home from home feel." Banc-yr-Eithin Cottage comprises a mezzanine bedroom with new kingsize bed/mattress and stargazing skylight; a cosy snug (“cwtch”) with sofabed (suitable for an older child), two armchairs, a wood-burning stove, satellite TV and dvd player; a kitchen with freestanding cooker/oven, microwave and fridge with culinary basics supplied; a dining area with table and 4 chairs; and a bathroom with bath and separate shower and underfloor heating. Parking is available close to the cottage, and guests staying in the cottage (and the beautifully renovated vintage caravan hidden in the grounds - see https://www.airbnb.co.uk/rooms/7261693) are welcome to play table tennis, pool and table football in the barn. The owner’s part of the longhouse is next door to the cottage. What’s included? •Wifi •Linen and bathtowels (but please bring your own beach towels) •Firewood and electricity •Culinary basics (tea, coffee, cooking oil, salt/pepper, herbs) •Weber "kettle" BBQ •Car parking close to the cottage •Undercover storage for bikes and surfboards •Shared access to a pool table, table tennis table, and table football table in the adjacent barn There is good mobile phone reception on most networks.
    Banc-yr-Eithin Cottage is in a great location in the Pembrokeshire National Park, nestled under the Preseli Hills and within 15 minutes of the lovely market towns of Newport and Cardigan, and the North Pembrokeshire coast and coastal path.
  • Cosy little cottage. Great for exploring the area. Lovely grounds, really peaceful.

    Miss Rachel F2020-02-21T00:00:00Z
  • We stayed here with our dogs for a long weekend and I must say it was absolutely beautiful and so relaxing! Hugh was great at sorting everything out for us and it had some lovely touches inside! We went to Newport sands too which is only 20 minutes from the property and had some lovely beach days! We’d definitely go back again! The grounds it’s on are wonderful and you really feel so out of the hustle and bustle. Definitely recommend!

    Becky2020-02-17T00:00:00Z
  • Stunning little cottage. Surprisingly accessible by car and cab, but perfect for long country walks and lazy evening by the wood burner.

    Peter2020-02-10T00:00:00Z
  • Incredible peace and tranquility, a bit off the beaten track, so no shops or pubs within walking distance, but not too far to drive. Lovely cottage, warm and cosy, lots of walking opportunities. Due to recent wet weather, if taking a dog, be prepared to need to clean them up as it’s likely to be muddy in the local area.

    Nigel2020-01-03T00:00:00Z
  • A fantastic spot, charming cottage and friendly hosts. A bit of work in progress going on but this adds to the charm of the place. Loved it

    Tommy2019-12-27T00:00:00Z
  • Very charming cottage, for our 1st anniversary trip. Nature and quiet all around, that brings peace to the heart. Hope to have the chance to return again in the future

    Charles2019-11-25T00:00:00Z
  • Beautiful little cottage, cozy and homely with stunning high ceilings and big skylights. It felt like home immediately. It had everything I needed for a weekend getaway with my little hound. We enjoyed some cracking beach and hill walks and then home to a roaring fire and a welcome hot bath in a bathroom with heated flooring - bliss! Loved it, and would stay again.

    Ruth2019-10-21T00:00:00Z
  • The stay was absolutely lovely. We live in a city flat normally with a small energetic dog. Letting him out to explore the gardens was wonderful. We brought some board games and lit the fire during a stormy Saturday night and it was like living a dream! Beautiful stay!

    Caoimhe2019-09-30T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Cottage


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Pembrokeshire, Wales, United Kingdom

    Traditional stone barn conversion, providing comfortable accommodation. Situated in an idyllic setting within its own grounds and located within easy reach of the Preseli mountains, a short distance from St Teilo's holy well and stone circle. The coast is within 20 minutes and the nearest shop within 5 minutes.
    The space is recently converted to a high standard. It is fully insulated and heated, with modern facilities. There is a fully equipped kitchen, and separate lounge area, which can become the second bedroom with two sofa beds. There is designated parking to the front for two cars. The property is very peaceful and faces south with new decking along the front for that alfresco dinning.
    Based on the edge of the picturesque Preseli mountains, and within easy reach of the popular town of Narberth with excellent amenities, shops/ restaurants and entertainment venues. A short walk away are panoramic mountain views with incredible sunrise/sunset opportunities!
  • Lovely place and nice and quiet. Very nice and friendly host and left us to is after saying hello but made sure we knew how to contact him if needed.

    Clive2020-03-08T00:00:00Z
  • Such a lovely, cozy cottage nestled in a calm and serene location . Our stay was really lovely and we enjoyed every bit of it . Perfect for a peaceful getaway. The cottage is sparkling clean with all necessary amenities. Will surely return

    Bijai2020-02-10T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely place to getaway. Beautiful property and beautiful scenery. Although we didn’t meet Jon, we knew he would be around if we needed him. We will definitely be back.

    Joan2019-12-15T00:00:00Z
  • Everything was prepared for us, and the cottage was clean, comfortable and cosy. It ticked all the boxes in winter, so will be even more magical in warmer and greener seasons.

    Mike2019-12-08T00:00:00Z
  • Thank you for a wonderful stay. We had some lovely walks and cosy nights in with board games. The sauna was also a really nice extra!

    Emily2019-11-18T00:00:00Z
  • The cottage is spacious and very nicely decorated. The bed and sofa bed are comfortable and the kitchen has everything you need for a good self catering holiday. Jon‘s place makes for a perfect holiday base and Jon is at hand with local tips. We had a brilliant time - thank you.

    Sigrid2019-10-31T00:00:00Z
  • This was our 2nd visit here. Really love the place. Perfect if you have dogs. Place is always warm, very clean and easy to keep that way during your stay. Would highly recommend to anyone wishing to visit Pembrokeshire. Only 30 mins from the north, west and south beaches. Perfect spot for an all-round trip to that area of Wales.

    Chris2019-10-29T00:00:00Z
  • Thank you Jon for another lovely stay. We always have such a great time when we stay at your cottage. It's perfect for us x

    Danielle2019-10-08T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Bungalow


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    1

    Pembrokeshire, United Kingdom

    The cottage at is a unique barn conversion with lovingly crafted details. It is cosy, comfortable and peaceful -you can hear the sound of the mill leat flowing behind the building. There is plenty of stunning magical landscape at Felindyrch to explore.
    This converted cow barn is part of a smallholding which used to be a thriving flour mill. It is a gorgeous place for a holiday. Felindyrch is 10 miles from Narberth and 12 miles from Cardigan tucked away in its own little world close to the Preselli mountains. 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. 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. During the summer holidays the cottage is only available to rent for a minimum of 7 days except in special circumstances. It is worth checking in with us. 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. 3 bedrooms, one double en-suite, one large twin room , one small twin with 2ft 6 beds which can be put together to create a kingsize bed. The cottage has been built and designed by artists and craftspeople. Well-equipped country kitchen with an easy to use wood pellet burner for central heating. The comfy living room has a wood burner - (we provide a large basket of wood) and a TV and DVD player. We also have wireless. 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. Should you need it, we have a tumble dryer in one of the outbuildings and can also arrange for you to use one of our washing lines. We are two miles down the lane from the nearest convenience store which you could walk or cycle to if you are coming on public transport. This is a wonderful area for cycling. The nearest small town is Crymych 3 miles away with a sport centre, swimming pool and local shops. Nearest station Clunderwen 6 miles. We can arrange to pick you up if you let us know in advance. Our business is designed to support the local community as well as provide holidays so we are happy to link to local services such as organic veg boxes,massage, outdoor pursuits, bush-craft and hand-made goods.. We also offer compassionate breaks when we are not booked to those who are unable to afford a holiday but perhaps need one most after bereavement, illness, long periods of stress etc. It is a very nourishing environment here.and we love having visitors who appreciate nature and its kinfolk.
    This is a traditional farming area. There are many great walks and footpaths up to the hills. In the village a mile away there is a lovely wooden playground. In the other direction Trefach caravan park welcomes guests from Felindyrch to swim in their swimming pool as long as refreshments are purchased from the restaurant or bar. Mention Felindyrch for a warmer welcome when you arrive as they are pretty hot on making sure they keep a safe space for their younger guests
  • Can't fault Felindyrch; such a lovely, cosy place with a magical feel. The kitchen is great to cook in, the beds are comfortable, the stove welcoming - and the spot is very well located to explore the Pembrokeshire coast. Oshi is a warm and thoughtful host and gave us a wonderful stay. Highly recommended.

    Tom2020-03-08T00:00:00Z
  • A beautiful cottage with lots of charm- Oshi is a very attentive and thoughtful host. We will definitely come again.

    Ian2020-02-02T00:00:00Z
  • If you want a laid back place to completely relax and learn about this part of Wales then this is it. Homely and friendly, we had a great night with our host Oshi, but she also respects your privacy. Be part of her little community or just do your own thing. Not luxurious, but comfortable- with its own charm, kick back and enjoy.

    Heather2020-01-13T00:00:00Z
  • This place....just wow! Not only is it in a very beautiful peaceful setting, the cottage is second to none. It’s cost yet spacious. Stylish yet traditional. It really is a beautiful place to be. The stream running around the cottage literally took my breath away. The residents of the farm are super friendly and you are made to feel at home from the second you arrive. It’s just perfect in every way!

    Ellie2020-01-04T00:00:00Z
  • Great stay at Oshi's place. The bed was super comfortable and the living room lovely and cosy with log burner and Christmas tree was a lovely touch. Met by Craig on arrival who was very informative. Oshi was on hand to supply towels and answer questions when needed! Thank you for a great post christmas break!

    Keri2019-12-30T00:00:00Z
  • We booked this stay looking for a bolt hole for a few days to recharge the batteries and this cottage and it's setting did this and so much more. The cottage was cosy but spacious - we are a family of 5 and a dog. It had a really good feeling and was full of lovely unique touches. The setting was beautiful and Oshi and Dan were more than happy for us to explore their land - lovely views of the hills, running streams, fields of sheep. If you want a warm, welcoming, comfortable escape from the every day we could not recommend this more highly.

    Hazel2019-10-24T00:00:00Z
  • The cottage and location is, in a word, idyllic. Our host, Oshi, was lovely and accommodating . From here, there are numerous beautiful beaches that can be explored. Some of the beaches are quite rightly, noted as the best in the world. Felindyrch cottage is highly recommended.

    Keith2019-09-20T00:00:00Z
  • Beautiful location. Ideal spot to visit Pembrokeshire. Oshi's hospitality and personal touches around the cottage make it a special place to stay. Definitely hope to return some day!

    Alecia2019-09-08T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Farm stay


    Accommodates

    6


    Bedrooms

    3

    Mynachlogddu, Wales, United Kingdom

    An authentic West Wales cottage in an idyllic, private location in the heart of Pembrokeshire. Dogs OK up to 2 furry friends (pets) can stay for a small fee £15 per pet WIFI (not for streaming/downloading rural). Open fire, 2 acres of shared land, near mountains and beaches. privacy and peace and quiet with VIEWS!
    The Space 'Bella' magazine named this the 'top UK cottage for star gazing' - there is zero light pollution. One of the loveliest holiday cottages in Wales? - many guests who have stayed here have noted it as their best ever holiday! Just bring yourselves, food and drink. The bed is made (100% cotton linen), towels are provided, as are teatowels, a new dishcloth and sponge at every changeover, washing up liquid, liquid soap, first few toilet rolls, first basket of logs for the fire (and matches, kindling, paper), and the kitchen is equipped. There's even free WIFI - Please no streaming/downloading - All you need to do is relax :) Late arrivals are fine as we use a keycode system (no need to meet us on arrival). This is what Bella magazine said - 'A welcome in heavenly hills! Warmed by a lovely woodburner, this is a cute, pocket-sized pink 'croglofft' cottage for two, set in a peaceful valley in Pembrokeshire. This area is high on lushness but low on light pollution - perfect to enjoy starry Welsh skies through the roof window over your head. By day explore the stunning Pembrokeshire coast and the clutch of surrounding castles. The nearby medieval town of Tenby has upmarket restaurants and boutiques, while Narbeth offers swish shops and delis to stock up.' Bella magazine choosing this cottage as the best UK cottage to 'Sleep with the Stars'. This is a traditional Pembrokeshire 'croglofft' cottage set snuggly into the hillside in a quiet and peaceful green valley. Drive down half a mile of track to find the cottage in a field that runs down to a stream. Small, cosy and ideal for romantic getaways. You have two acres of land to romp about in, and direct access to a good footpath network - making this a great cottage for dog owners. The cottage had been empty since the 1940s, and has been fully restored by Under the Thatch conserving all original features. The three-year rescue project provides a cottage full of character, antique furnishings and modern conveniences to complement the open fire and wood-burner. Central heating, a modern, efficient wood-burner and an open fire keep the cottage snug year-round. The cottage is centrally heated (included in holiday price) and there is an open fire and woodburner. The ground floor is open plan, and open to the 'croglofft' sleeping mezzanine over. All windows have open country views - you can't see any other houses. Kitchen area with gas cooker and hob, fridge (with ice-box), microwave. Cegin Fawr with c4m high ceiling giving sense of space. Slate floors, woodburner, sofa, table & chairs. Doors front and back. Croglofft: Double bed open as mezzanine to room below. Shower room: Small shower room with powerful shower. Garden: Enclosed garden with furniture and access over c2 acres of meadow WIFI provided free, but cannot be guaranteed. Guest Access Private cottage and two acres of private grounds. Interaction with Guests Typically very little as the key is kept in a keysafe (so late arrival ok). The Neighbourhood The most beautiful area of the UK? Llys-y-Fran Country Park & lake - walkable (bike hire, café etc) 4x4 adventure driving - walkable Choice of local walks. Blue Lagoon - amazing pools & spa facilities - 8 mile/ 16 mins. Narberth - one of most charming towns in Wales - 10 mile/ 20 mins. Tenby - beaches, art, boat trips to Caldey island - 20 mile/ 35 mins. Choice of Blue Flag beaches - about 30 mins. Coastal footpath is amazing. Pembrokeshire county guide Coasteering adventure - 15 mile/ 30 mins. 51 forts and castles to see in county! Your are just a couple of miles from the Preseli Mountains! Goodwick harbour - (day-trips to Ireland, beach) 14 mile/25 mins. Fishguard - (harbour, cafes & art galleries) - 12 mile/ 20 mins. Tafarn Sinc - Rosebush - famous tavern, 4 miles/ 10 mins. Buy stylish local blankets at Melin Tregwynt Getting Around You'll probably need a car but lovely (labelled) walks start from the top of your own field. Other Things to Note The short run of fixed stairs are fairly steep, headroom is reasonable upstairs but restricted in parts. Check-in - from 16.00 (late arrival fine as its keycode entry) Check out - by 10.00 Mon>Sat or before 12.00 on Sundays only. Sometimes - depending on other bookings, we can be more flexible - arrange with us nearer the time.
  • What a beautiful little cottage. Quirky, quaint, lovingly restored, characterful, views and peace to sigh over. Many Thanks.

    Helen2020-03-08T00:00:00Z
  • The cottage and location is great, loads of walks right on the door step. Lots of dog friendly pubs nearby, we would recommend doing the Preseli hills route starting in Rosebush. The cottage was lovely and clean, with some great home comforts. Would love to go again!

    Victoria2020-03-06T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely cosy and warm cottage, which suited the two of us and the dog perfectly! Comfortable bed and sofas, no tv, just reading and gorgeous walks on beautiful beaches, eg Stackpole Quay circular walk, Newport Bay, and the blue Lagoon. The stars were spectacular! Thank you Greg :)

    Beth2020-02-27T00:00:00Z
  • Greg's place is absolutely beautiful. The cottage is stunning inside and out, very secluded and ideal for a romantic getaway. We walked our dogs in the day and sat by the cosy fire in the evenings. The stargazing really is not to be missed, it was incredible, we were able to see hundreds of stars very clearly, it was beautiful. Would highly reccomend this stay, Greg's instructions were very helpful and the cottage is very well equipped.

    Brad2020-02-23T00:00:00Z
  • Such a beautiful location and everything you need is there. The radio and fire made the whole stay perfect! Great for the pooches too

    Michelle2020-02-01T00:00:00Z
  • Lovey, cosy little cottage. So much character and really feels like the perfect retreat away from modern day life. Such a quiet and peaceful location, scenery is beautiful. The renovation of the cottage was top notch, really felt at home. Would definitely stay again

    Laura2020-01-13T00:00:00Z
  • I had a fantastic stay in Greg's cottage. The photos don't do it justice. The perfect place if you want to get away from everything and relax. Great kitchen, comfy sofa and bed. Such a cosy place for a weekend. I'll definitely book again! :)

    Lee2019-12-09T00:00:00Z
  • 2nd time visting and the place was just as beautiful as we remembered. A perfect place to escape for a few day. Gorgeous and stylish stay, thank you!

    Yasmin And Andrew2019-12-04T00:00:00Z
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    2


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    1

    New Moat, Wales, United Kingdom

    This charming, vintage caravan is a perfect hideaway for nature lovers, walkers, and couples wanting a romantic getaway. Within 15 mins drive of the Preseli Hills, Newport, Cardigan and the coast, and with great walks on the doorstep, it sits in its own garden in 3-acres of grounds (feel free to explore!). It's very cosy, and comfortable with underfloor heating, hand-crafted oak kitchen and double bed. A private bathroom is next door. There's free firewood and wifi, and a games area in the barn.
    A haven of peace and tranquility, Banc-yr-Eithin's secret caravan is private and self-contained, and surrounded by 3 acres of beautiful private woodland. As so many of our guests have said, it's perfect for a romantic get away, and the Preseli Hills, the stunning Pembrokeshire coastline, and pubs and restaurants in Newport and Cardigan are all just a short drive away. Recent comments from guests: "When I arrived here, my face lit up and I beamed from ear to ear, and stayed that way all week. " "What an absolutely wonderful tiny house! The small garden just outside is beautiful, even in the winter. We woke up to squirrels, birds and had a fire every morning and night. What a magic bit of land this is! We would definitely stay again!" "Exactly as described in the listing. Perfect for a short romantic getaway, even if the weather wasn’t great! Set in a lovely and peaceful location, you get to slow down and enjoy the peace and quiet." "So good, we came back for another visit. Exactly how we remember it; Quiet, peaceful, secluded and quirky. Lovely place to stay and get away from things for a few days." "We had the best time in this little caravan! I say little but it's way bigger inside then I expected, while still being super cosy … We felt like we had our own private hideaway, but loved being driving distance to anything we needed." "Lovely little bolt hole in the middle of welsh countryside - very comfortable with fully modern separate bathroom - in its own charming garden. Perfect place for a romantic get away and to explore this part of the world." Our beautiful vintage caravan is cosy and welcoming , with underfloor heating and an electric faux "wood-burner" to keep you warm even if it's cold outside. It's open plan, with a kitchen area with breakfast bar and stools, a sitting area with sofa, and a double bed. A large private bathroom - with shower and plenty of hot water - is adjacent. The hand-crafted oak kitchen is complete with integrated fridge, ceramic hob, fitted combination oven, grill and microwave and breakfast bar. A lovely private garden is directly outside the caravan, and there's a firepit (free wood!), two benches, and a table and chairs so you can eat outside too. You can play table tennis, pool and table football in the barn, and parking is available close by. The caravan is very private, but the owner’s house, and adjacent cottage (also available on Airbnb - see https://www.airbnb.co.uk/rooms/5000456), are nearby. What’s included? •Wifi •Linen and bathtowels (but please bring your own beach towels) •Electricity and hot water •Culinary basics (tea, coffee, cooking oil, salt/pepper, herbs) •Wood for the firepit •Car parking •Undercover storage for bikes, surfboards etc •Access to ping pong, pool and table football in the barn •There is good mobile phone reception on most networks
    Banc-yr-Eithin's vintage caravan and cottage (see https://www.airbnb.co.uk/rooms/5000456) are in a great location in the Pembrokeshire National Park, nestled under the Preseli Hills, and within 15 minutes of the lovely market towns of Newport and Cardigan, and the North Pembrokeshire coast and coastal path. There are also great walks on the doorstep.
  • If you are looking for a place to stay to really get away from it all then this place is perfect. Its remote but not too remote and nestled away in a little woodland. I think I will be staying again. Hugh is a great communicator and thoughtful host.

    Grant2020-02-14T00:00:00Z
  • Great spot in west Wales, close to the coast. My partner and I had a great long weekend, despite the famous Welsh weather!

    James2020-02-10T00:00:00Z
  • Such a beautiful place! Me and my partner had an amazing weekend at the caravan. We especially liked watching all the birds in the garden on a morning while we drank a cuppa. Hugh wasn't there's to greet us but he made sure we had everything we needed to have a comfortable and warm stay (even in winter)! There was loads of local maps and guides in the caravan so we could easily plan some lovely walks. The area surrounding the caravan is absolutely idyllic and we weren't short of places to explore.

    Chloe2020-02-03T00:00:00Z
  • What an absolutely wonderful tiny house! The small garden just outside is beautiful, even in the winter. We woke up to squirrels, birds and had a fire every morning and night. What a magic bit of land this is! We would definitly stay again!

    Sally2020-01-27T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely location, cute little caravan- Ideal for a chilled get away.

    Joshua2020-01-03T00:00:00Z
  • An absolute gem. Cosy, clean, well equipped and relaxing. Biddy's communication and welcome were brilliant. I will definitely return!

    Sally2019-12-30T00:00:00Z
  • Awesome quaint little get away, value for money

    Brad2019-12-09T00:00:00Z
  • A great place to stay! Beautiful, cosy, and very peaceful.

    Molly2019-11-08T00:00:00Z
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    Property Type

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    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Pembrokeshire, Wales, United Kingdom

    Our pretty cottage is in the small village of Rosebush in the Preseli Hills, North Pembs. It’s great for walkers, cycling, bird watching and simply relaxing in the peace and quiet. The original cottage dates from the 1870’s to which we've added an extension with a lovely spacious day room, where you can cook, dine and relax in armchairs overlooking the beautiful view. We're a stones throw from Tafarn Sinc, an historic pub providing a warm welcome and good food. We welcome up to two dogs.
    The cottage backs on to fields and a small children's playground-very safe and handy to keep children entertained..it has a lovely terrace overlooking the Preseli Hills where you can watch the sun go down. There's a second cosy sitting room with log burner and 2 sofas, a handy utility room with additional fridge and 2 bathrooms (one on each floor). The house is light, airy and comfortable and great to relax whatever the weather. The Cottage is approached by steps and therefore unfortunately is not suitable for disabled access. There is a parking space for two cars opposite the cottage on the private road.
    The cottage gives easy access to a host of beautiful beaches such as Cardigan Bay, where you can take boat trips to see Dolphins and Seals, and Newport Sands, a beautiful long sandy beach with a fantastic range of pubs and cafes close by. You can go mountain biking, sea kayaking, co-steering and surfing nearby, or go for some relaxed fishing at the nearby lake, Llys-Y-Fran. From our cottage it is a 50 minute walk directly to the highest peak in Pembs, Foel Cwm Cerwyn , No need to use the car! Rosebush is a cul de sac village and is therefore very safe for children. Nearby is the site from which the Stonehenge stones originated. Other attractions a short drive away are Bluestone, Oakwood, Folly Farm and Heatherton world of adventure. The village of Maenclochog is a 2 minute drive away, where there are amenities including a local shop, post office, fuel station, pub and café, as well as a number of other local businesses.
  • The house is first rate and the locality offers so many opportunities to explore some real Welsh gems; from hill walking to the Gwaun Valley, from stone circles to bleeding yews at picturesque Nevern, from the historic Fishguard to the isolated beauty of Dinas Head, and from the falls at Cenarth to the market town bustle of Cardigan, the locality is brimming with off-the-beaten-track chances to discover some wonderful spots that ooze historical significance and special scenery. We loved the place and the area and would recommend it to anyone, especially for family and friends weekends and gatherings. A beautifully appointed place with first class facilities-we will be booking and going back again soon.

    Mike2020-02-17T00:00:00Z
  • We had a great few days stay over Halloween. The house was very clean and welcoming and a great space to relax with a superb view over the hills from the lounge. The large open area of kitchen, lounge and dining area worked very well as a communal relaxed place where we spent most of our time. The separate lounge was a good option for a breakaway to watch TV or for some private space. The house is in a fascinating old village with ruined buildings from the old quarry adding to the atmosphere. We went to the local pub, the Tafarn Zinc, for a Halloween party and had a warm welcome and good value tasty food - it's literally only a minute's walk away as well which is a bonus. Scolton Manor, only a few minutes drive away, is a great choice for a trip with children with an impressive play park and a manor house where they put on special entertainment for children. A good rainy day option.

    Graham2019-11-01T00:00:00Z
  • This was the perfect base for a family holiday. The house is spacious, with a large kitchen/diner/lounge and another lounge with TV and fire. The three bedrooms are comfy and there are two full bathrooms. The house was spotlessly clean. There are lovely views from the house across the valley. Outside there is a pretty sunny garden and beyond that, there is a village playground which children can access without having to cross a road. The village itself is lovely two, with friendly neighbours, a pub for food and drinks and a dairy selling delicious local cheese (also the local post office). From Rosebush we could easily drive to lovely beaches, hill walks, places to canoe and ride horses, and towns with good shops, cafes, etc. We highly recommend this holiday house.

    Phil2019-09-02T00:00:00Z
  • The house is much larger than it looks, beautifully decorated. A private terrace with small garden to play in. Quite far from places but that’s the trade for stunning views. All round great place to stay

    Becky2019-08-22T00:00:00Z
  • The cottage is indeed deceptively spacious, having been extensively added to in a very sympathetic and stylish way that still preserves its roots as a workman's cottage. All of the fittings and finishes are of high standard and all wants are catered for. The view out of the back of the property is delightful, especially when the weather is good. Highly recommended.

    Nicholas2019-08-10T00:00:00Z
  • The house is very comfortable and there is plenty of room for a large family or a group of friends. The kitchen is very well equipped and spacious with stunning views of the Preseli Hills. There is a large terrace and a pretty garden. The location is peaceful and remote but there is a strong sense of a local community. People are very helpful and kind.

    Renee2019-07-27T00:00:00Z
  • This gorgeous cottage has outstanding views and loads of space. We were two families and there was plenty of room for both the adults and children to relax. The area is so peaceful yet not far from the coast (try Newport Sands) or lovely towns (try Narberth and Fishguard). There’s a pub next door and a shop and amazing cafe in the next village, a few minutes drive away. The area is safe and suitable for families (there’s actually a park at the bottom of the garden!) and there are lots of walks, cycle routes on old forestry tracks with no traffic. We’ll definitely be back!

    Kate2019-07-22T00:00:00Z
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    Cottage


    Accommodates

    6


    Bedrooms

    3

    Rosebush, Wales, United Kingdom

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    Imagine waking up in a relaxed, quiet touring park and campsite. Trees, fields and woods surround you, our lake visible from your pod and only a short stroll away and the Preseli Hills providing a stunning backdrop. You’ll love my place because of the light, the comfy bed, and the cosiness. My place is good for couples.
    Our pod is perfect for a weekend break or even a lazy overnight stay. It’s always dry, should the weather be a little damp outside. Perfect for fair-weather campers, looking for a stay with a difference. And all you really need is a sleeping bag and a pillow!
    Of course you will want to wander away from the park occasionally so we are within the stunning scenery of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, which offers beautiful sandy beaches, wildlife watching, watersports and walking. Combined with the greenery, peace and tranquility just outside your camping pod, we think we offer an unrivalled location in one of the most beautiful areas of Wales.
  • Wendy's Camping Pod was a perfect little stop over for us! We had a phone call from Wendy earlier in the day explaining arrival instructions which really helped us out. She is very friendly and made our check in and check very simple and easy. The site is perfectly situation if you want to see the Pembrokeshire coast or specifically the Blue Lagoon as we did. The site is lovely and quiet with a lake surrounded by some spectacular views. The shower and toilet block is very clean and well looked after. There was also a drinking tap near our pod which was useful. The pod itself is well built, sturdy and very spacious inside. It came with two sleeping mattresses that are very comfy. The pod has 5 plug sockets which was very helpful as we had a lot of camera gear that we needed to charge. It also has a little heater that would be very useful in the winter months, as well at a kettle, coffee and mugs which were a pleasant surprise. I would definitely look to stay again if we were in the area! Thanks Wendy

    Josh2019-09-01T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely location! Pod was a lot bigger than I expected. Very clean and tidy and would recommend.

    Joey-Mariee2019-08-30T00:00:00Z
  • Great place for me and my girlfriend for out weekend away in the countryside. Lovely camping pod, clean, and the host was welcoming. Local pub close by. Close to the coast too.

    Vlad2019-08-18T00:00:00Z
  • Perfect getaway for the weekend. Great for campers in a storm-didn't feel a drop of rain or gust of wind inside!

    Saidhbh2019-08-11T00:00:00Z
  • Beautiful location and Wendy was friendly and helpful. Just wish toilets were closer

    Mireille2019-07-27T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely for our one night stay.. Relaxing. Lovely surroundings.

    Marijke2019-07-21T00:00:00Z
  • Had a lovely one night stay in the camping pod. Perfect for what I needed whilst attending a course nearby. Thank you Wendy

    Morwenna2019-07-07T00:00:00Z
  • Great little spot. Stayed here for the long course weekend and the price and amenities were ideal for what we wanted. Would definitely recommend to a friend. Location is stunning

    Mark2019-07-06T00:00:00Z
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    Property Type

    Tiny house


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Rosebush, United Kingdom

    Heddfan is a wonderful, spacious modern home from home set in the tranquil Pembrokeshire countryside hamlet of Wallis. Centrally located within the county this peaceful haven is within easy reach of all that Pembrokeshire has to offer, its beautiful national coastal park, stunning unspoilt beaches and historic countryside. Heddfan is a perfect base in all seasons for exploring the heart of West Wales, whether as a family or for a romantic cosy short break.
    Heddfan is a centrally heated modern spacious home which has a fully equipped open plan kitchen and comfortable living room, utility room, bathroom and two double bedrooms (one kingsize, one twin). Externally there are two peaceful sunny patios to take advantage of the stunning sunrises and sunsets, perfect for breakfast or a glass of chilled evening wine. There is well kept garden and a charcoal BBQ for guests to enjoy. Guests also have off-road driveway parking available.
    Set in the idyllic countryside with abundant wildlife and amazing walks Heddfan is in a peaceful hamlet setting on Wallis Moor which is a a site of special scientific interest. Steeped in history Wallis’s common land surrounding Heddfan has cows, sheep, horses and occasionally pigs! roaming freely. Local amenities such as a pubs are within a 4 mile radius with local shops and restaurants with 5 miles.
  • Beautiful home for a cosy escape to the Welsh country! Definitely didn’t regret booking Heddfan for a girlie get away. Lovely welcome & we felt very well looked after. Looking to return at some point :)

    Georgia2020-03-08T00:00:00Z
  • Greatly recommended, lovely clean house with a very welcoming and friendly host.

    Matthew2020-02-06T00:00:00Z
  • This is a beautifully quiet little hamlet in Wales. If you are looking for a restful place to go it is perfect. There are places to visit within 20 minutes drive as well. Emma looks after her guests way beyond ones expectations. I would definitely go again.

    Carol2020-01-23T00:00:00Z
  • This is a beautiful place to stay, there is everything you could need and it really is a peaceful location. Would happily come back and stay for a longer visit in the future.

    Philip2020-01-08T00:00:00Z
  • Very nice and clean accomodation. Sure I'll come back there. Thank you Emma.

    Giancarlo2019-12-10T00:00:00Z
  • We really enjoyed our stay and i can easily recommend this accommodation if you are looking for a place to explore Pembrokeshire.

    Andy2019-12-01T00:00:00Z
  • Sparkling clean, very cosy quiet spot, great value for money. Emma seemed a lovely person, we somehow woke up with a flat tyre and she helped us pump it enough to get to closest garage, what a sweetheart. Loved the pets, even though Emma said feel free to lock them out, in fact I really enjoyed having a friendly cat about. Well equiped kitchen full of character, warm, good wifi. All in all, couldn't recommend more.

    Daniel2019-11-15T00:00:00Z
  • Emma was there to greet us and gave us a warm welcome. She has got a lovely place to stay with everything you need. We would definitely stay here again.

    Sid2019-11-08T00:00:00Z
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    Property Type

    House


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    2

    Haverfordwest , Pembrokeshire, United Kingdom

    Brithdir Mawr is an Eco-Community formed in 1994, currently 13 adults and 5 children. We live on an 80 acre restored farm nestled at the foot of Carn Ingli in Pembrokeshire National Park. The Community is off grid for electricity and uses the water from the mountain spring. We have outdoor composting toilets and bathrooms with showers that guests share with the rest of the Community. We have a four private rooms available, plus a dormitory space. This posting is for our Dorm Room.
    If you are interested in community living or self-sufficiency this is the place for you. We have been a community for over twenty years you can learn more about us by joining one of our tours or even volunteering here. Have a look on our website for more details. We also run training courses and events which could help to make your trip a really memorable experience. The Dorm room is on the top floor of our main Community farmhouse. The accommodation is very basic; a mattress either on the floor or a basic wooden frame, with no sink, cooking facilities or space heating; and you may find yourself sharing with up to 4 others. Two sky lights provide excellent light during the day or a fantastic view of the starry sky at night, and there are electric lights for other times. More sturdy and weather proof than a tent, but still at campsite prices! This listing is for 1 single mattress, however the room sleeps up to 5. If you want to book the Dorm for more than 1 person, you'll also need to book on our other Dorm room listings. We absolutely love it here and hope you will too. We look forward to sharing it with you!
    We live in a beautiful area of Pembrokeshire National Park, next to Carn Ingli and the Preseli Mountains. Ty Cannol, an ancient oak woodland, and the stunning coastline are both within walking distance, as is the charming village of Newport, boasting a fine array of pubs, cafes and restaurants. The Pembrokeshire Coastal path was recently voted one of the top ten long distance walks in the world. There is minimal light pollution here, so the night skies can be breath taking, and there is always loads of wildlife to see and hear, including dormice, bats and owls.
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    Property Type

    House


    Accommodates

    1


    Bedrooms

    1

    Sir Benfro, Cymru, United Kingdom

    A beautifully converted stone barn set in the heart of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park on a small, quiet farm with access to 3 acres of privately owned woodland and riverside walks. Yr Hen Parlwr, has been skilfully converted by the owners to form a cosy, quiet cottage in a picturesque location at the foot of the Preseli hills overlooking fields and the wooded, riverside valley of Craig Rhos-y-felin, a dramatic rocky outcrop and Neolithic quarry.
    The cottage was originally the farm milking parlour with dairy adjoining. The building retains the character of the original design with exposed original stone walls and a slate roof with a vaulted ceilings in the upstairs bedroom. Yr Hen Parlwr sleeps 5 in 2 bedrooms: 1 double and 1 large bedroom with three single beds UPSTAIRS Bedroom 1: Three single beds and triple wardrobe. Vaulted ceiling with window. DOWNSTAIRS Open plan lounge, kitchen and dining area with large french doors leading out onto the patio and into the garden. The dining area hosts an attractive dining table and chairs and a Welsh dresser. The lounge has TV with digital Freeview and DVD and is comfortably furnished. The kitchen is well equipped with hand made, fitted rustic wooden units and an electric range cooker with additional work surfaces. There is also a large fridge/ freezer, washing machine and a microwave cooker. Bathroom: bath and shower, toilet, hand basin, heated towel rail Bedroom 2: double bed, wardrobe and dressing table, bedside cabinets. Light, airy room with large window. OUTSIDE There is a secure garden behind the cottage with an attractive lawned area backing onto fields and a patio with garden table and seating. The garden is safe for dogs and children. A gate from the back of the garden takes you directly out onto the path around the fields and out into the woodland and moorland beyond. There is ample parking immediately in front of the cottage for two cars.
    There is direct access from the cottage garden to Craig Rhos-y-felin and an extensive range of paths and walks along tranquil river banks or through the purple heather and yellow gorse of this beautiful moorland area. There is also an abundance of wildlife. Badgers and foxes are seen regularly on and around the farm and otters play down at the river. Dolphins and seals can be seen off the nearby coast, and there is a wide variety of birds including red kites, buzzards, kingfishers, woodpeckers and barn owls. On the farm, the owner’s sheep and horses will be grazing in their fields behind the cottage. This is a truly unique location with a fascinating history. Geologists have known since the 1920s that the bluestones were brought to Stonehenge from the Preseli hills but it is only recently that archaeologists have been been able to locate the actual quarries from which they came. Craig Rhos-y-felin, behind the cottage, is one of these.
  • Absolutely stunning cottage in the most beautiful surroundings! Amazing value for money and had a wonderful first visit to Wales!

    Victoria2020-03-09T00:00:00Z
  • Warm welcome and a very pleasant cottage with great walks nearby

    Sally2020-03-05T00:00:00Z
  • A lovely cottage set in peaceful surroundings. Warm, cosy and comfortable. The perfect location for exploring the Welsh countryside and beyond. Chris and Paul were great hosts!

    Tom2020-02-22T00:00:00Z
  • Great hosts and a lovely, cosy cottage and with great walks and really close to the beach. What more could you want!

    Frankie2020-02-06T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely and cosy cottage in a very peaceful location. We had a great time staying here and Christina was an excellent host who gave us lots of tips and guides for hiking areas nearby.

    Carrie2020-01-05T00:00:00Z
  • The cottage is very homely within great surroundings. Plenty of walking opportunities directly from the cottage and near by. Enclosed garden and all the amenities required to cook and relax as required. Highly recommended. Lovely personal touches and very helpful hosts.

    Richard2019-12-30T00:00:00Z
  • We had the best time. The cottage was spacious yet cosy. It is very tastefully furnished and the kitchen is brilliantly equipped & brand new / clean as is bathroom. The countryside is beautiful. The Spar in Crymych is brilliant. We will be back soon!

    Lisa2019-12-27T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely, spacious place. Walks straight from the place. Well equipped. Very nice hosts, with very quick response.

    Trystan2019-10-19T00:00:00Z
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    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Cottage


    Accommodates

    5


    Bedrooms

    2

    Brynberian, Wales, United Kingdom

    A beautifully converted stone barn set in the heart of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park on a small, quiet farm above the dramatic Craig Rhos-y-felin, source of some of the Stonehenge bluestones. Moorland and riverside walks from the cottage gate. We have converted Hafod Wnnog Dairy to form a cosy, quiet cottage in a picturesque location at the foot of the Preseli hills overlooking fields and the wooded valley of Craig Rhos-y-felin, a dramatic rocky outcrop and Neolithic quarry.
    This is one of two cottages located on the farm and was originally the farm dairy with the milking parlour adjoining. The building retains the character of the original design with exposed original stone walls and a slate roof with vaulted ceilings in the upstairs bedrooms. UPSTAIRS Bedroom 1: double bed, wardrobe and dressing table, bedside cabinets. Vaulted ceiling with dormer window with picturesque views over the garden, field and valley beyond. Bedroom 2: Two single beds, wardrobe, dressing table and shelves. Vaulted ceiling with dormer window with views over the garden, field and valley beyond. DOWNSTAIRS Hall leading to downstairs rooms and stairs Open plan lounge, kitchen and dining area with large french doors leading out onto the patio and into the garden. The dining area hosts a large farmhouse dining table and six chairs and an old, rustic Welsh dresser. The lounge has TV with digital Freeview and DVD and is comfortably furnished. The kitchen is well equipped with hand made, fitted rustic wooden units and an electric range cooker with additional work surfaces. There is also a large fridge/ freezer, washing machine and a microwave cooker. Bathroom: bath and shower, toilet, hand basin, heated towel rail Bedroom 3: Two bunk beds and chest of drawers OUTSIDE There is a secure garden behind the cottage with an attractive lawned area backing onto fields and a patio with garden table and seating. A gate from the back of the garden takes you directly out onto the path around the fields. There is ample parking immediately in front of the cottage for up to three cars.
    There is direct access from the cottage garden to Craig Rhos-y-felin and an extensive range of paths and walks along tranquil river banks or through the purple heather and yellow gorse of this beautiful moorland area. There is also an abundance of wildlife. Badgers and foxes are seen regularly on and around the farm and otters play down at the river. Dolphins and seals can be seen off the nearby coast, and there is a wide variety of birds including red kites, buzzards, kingfishers, woodpeckers and barn owls. On the farm, the owner’s sheep and horses will be grazing in their fields behind the cottage. This is a truly unique location with a fascinating history. Geologists have known since the 1920s that the bluestones were brought to Stonehenge from the Preseli hills but it is only recently that archaeologists have been been able to locate the actual quarries from which they came. Craig Rhos-y-felin, behind the cottage, is one of these.
  • Lovely cosy, converted dairy. Well fitted out, warm and welcoming. Good access to North Pembrokeshire coast and nice walks from the doorstep. Bluestone quarry particularly interesting. Thanks Chris!

    Ed2020-02-23T00:00:00Z
  • Beautiful cozy and warm cottage set in a lovely location. A charming walk straight from the back garden into woodlands and stunning places to visit all within easy reach. We really enjoyed our stay which was excellent value for money and we had everything we needed in the cottage. Christina was lovely and welcoming and we would highly recommend staying at the property which also allows a dog to stay. Thank you.

    Anne2020-01-26T00:00:00Z
  • Brilliant place home from home. All you need to have a great break.

    Patricia2020-01-07T00:00:00Z
  • Always great when you turn up and it’s better than you expected. We had such a lovely warm welcome. Lovely card and bottle of wine on arrival too. Fabulous cottage with character, charm, comfort and family space. Comfy beds, loads of hanging space and powerful shower. Our pals stayed in the cottage next door which meant we each had our separate space but we could get together each evening and enjoy playing cards and have a meal together. The dining table sits eight comfortably. Very useful hanging space in the hallway with room for muddy boots and wet weather gear. Immediate walking access from the back garden to footpaths in the area. Beautiful Newport Bay a shirt drive away. We’ll be visiting again.

    Laura2020-01-02T00:00:00Z
  • We had a great few days staying in the Dairy. It was lovely and clean, warm with a very good shower! Great enclosed garden, where the dog could watch the rabbits in the field. Good value. I recommend a visit.

    Sue2019-10-24T00:00:00Z
  • I will definitely recommend who looking for a clean and well looked after place .

    Prasad2019-10-21T00:00:00Z
  • Really loved the setting of this place, area is so quiet, the house was very welcoming, The kitchen facilities were excellent, Bedrooms were so pretty and cosy.

    Malcolm2019-10-16T00:00:00Z
  • ust want to thank christina for being an great host.me and my partner arrived to the cottage to find a bottle of wine for us which was lovely!!we spent 4 nights in this beautiful part of wales and in a beautiful cottage.in the cottage was very clean and tidy...had everything here we needed.as we cooked dinner every night.we travelled to pembroke castle and that was very intresting.went to newport beach...very picturesque and was very nice for taking the dog for a long walk along the sandy beach.also at the back of the cottage we took a long walk down to the stream with the dog and that was very picturesque too!i asked christina where was good to go and she responded very quickly to any of my messages which was great!we will be deffently coming back as its so peaceful and homely here!thank you so much christina!

    Sophie2019-10-12T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Cottage


    Accommodates

    6


    Bedrooms

    3

    Brynberian, Wales, United Kingdom

    Our lovely Moor shed is a small groups room which we rent out at peak times. It overlooks the beautiful moor with it's ancient stones+circle. There is a fire pit+seating-so you can have a fire+a feast.You can sit+watch the sunset, it is simply furnished with futons+seating+the small simple private kitchen is close by+you have use of the loo+shower in the back of the Pottery (shared facility) It is a cheaper alternative to the cottages+full of charm! Optional Pottery workshops available...
    Our Moor Shed is available as an overflow place to stay when all the cottages are already booked from Easter to end of September... Please note it is not a house... It has a lovely feel and being so close to the wild place of the moor is a wonderful retreat space. It is our cheapest option for one person to come and stay but also ideal for a couple or a maximum of 3 people to stay... Just a few steps from the moorshed is the gate to the moor...you can gather wood and have a fire....and there are benches and other seating for watching the sunset! (Please note the firepit is shared with the other (URL HIDDEN) you may or may not have company!) It has a futon and a couple of foam seat beds - so can sleep 1-2 people or a maximum of 3. It is only suitable for adults or teenagers...not for little ones...but there are other cottages suitable for little ones and the Moorshed is cheaper to stay in than the cottages...for various reasons: The Moor shed has a small and very simple kitchen close by more details below...and also use of the shower and loo in the back of the pottery which is a shared facility. Also our moor shed is used for some storage...We normally use it for singing, meditation etc It has quite a few lanterns and a really welcoming... not a huge space but if people are looking for a cheaper alternative to a cottage and don't mind squashing in this is a possibility! It is also used to store spare duvets...hidden away under the steps so you never need to be cold! The sleeping is on a futon which is fairly firm...which some people like but if you prefer sleeping softer...again you can use an extra duvets under the bedding...There are some electric heaters in the building too... It is a delightful space right next to the moor!
    I love the magic of the hills...the wildness of the country...the everchanging colours of the landscape...the stones...skylarks...the beautiful sunsets...the peace and tranquility... I also love making pottery and teaching others how to throw pots on the wheel or make them by hand...
  • We booked the Moorshed for a short break at the end of October. Driving rain and gales didn't stop it from being a snug little stay - its well kitted out with heater and blankets. The area felt remote and peaceful and a great base for exploring the nearby moorland and coast.

    John2019-11-03T00:00:00Z
  • Beautiful place to stay and recharge your batteries in contact with La Lande Welsh. Anna is a very nice and attentive person.

    Franklin2019-08-11T00:00:00Z
  • Beautiful spot right on the moor! Perfect for exploring Pembrokeshire. A lovely get away for those who want to switch off and disconnect. The whole place had a lovely cosy atmosphere. Loo and kitchen are separate but very close by (if you don't mind sharing with the odd spider). Thank you Anna for a lovely stay we would love to come and stay again maybe at another one of your properties.

    Emily2019-08-08T00:00:00Z
  • I had a very relaxing time at the Moor shed, I loved being so close to the moor, and in such a quiet place, it's a perfect place to explore Pembrokeshire from, Thank you Anna

    Julian2019-07-26T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely little hideaway in a beautiful and tranquil place. Just wish we could have stayed longer!

    Kian2019-07-22T00:00:00Z
  • We really enjoyed our time staying at the Moorshed. The interior is thoughtfully laid out and has a warm and homely feel. The access to the open moor right outside gives an immediate connection to nature, and within the garden areas there is a tranquil feel. I did an hour’s pottery tuition with Anna as an additional activity and really enjoyed that too. With Anna’s patient but relaxed tuition, I was surprised to make three pretty respectable pots! All highly recommended.

    Kath2019-07-13T00:00:00Z
  • A lovely, peaceful location. Lovely views. Calm and quiet. Lovely sunsets.

    Beverley2019-07-11T00:00:00Z
  • Anna and her place were great, had a short pottery lesson too before leaving. Good energy right on the moor!

    Katie2019-06-01T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Barn


    Accommodates

    3


    Bedrooms

    0

    Preseli Hills, Pembs, United Kingdom

    The Llama Lodge is the ideal place to come and stay for your holidays and short trips in Pembrokeshire and South West Wales. A log cabin comprising of a large living area and kitchen, separate bedroom, and bathroom, The Llama Lodge is utterly unique and original in that it is the only place you can stay while llamas graze nearby. We also offer guests the opportunity to participate in one of our llama treks - message us for more details (must be booked ahead of arrival in most instances)
    The Llama Lodge is based at Glanrhydwilym farm - home of the Pembrokeshire Llamas, our 5 star TripAdvisor rated llama trekking experience. Why not book in with us (prior to arrival) to take your very own llama for a walk during your stay? Glanrhydwilym sits snuggly on the side of the wooded valley of Rhydwilym, which in turns is nestled just south of the Preseli mountains and Pembrokeshire National Park. Glanrhydwilym is home to llama farmers Matt and Alex, plus their young son Macsen. In addition to our llamas, also in residence are our two pigs (Boris and Wilym), our eight cats, parrot, tortoise and guinea pigs. We have a free range hedgehog family who are often seen after dark with their baby hoglets in tow. In the warmer months, our family of bats descend from the roof of the main house and soar across the valley looking for food. On a clear night, the Llama Lodge is a great place to star gaze - Pembrokeshire boasts some of the best dark sky opportunities in Britain, and on a good night it is possible to observe the spectacle of the Milky Way or the constellations such as Orion with the naked eye. Also at night, you are likely to hear plenty of owls calling. Depending on the season, they can be quite rowdy! The Llama Lodge has the following amenities: Heating: log burner 20 MBPS Wifi (can be turned off if unwanted) Gas oven and stove Microwave oven Toaster Kettle Fridge Shower Sinks Flushing toilet Hot water Drinking water A travel cot and high chair can be provided upon request. A single camp bed can be provided upon request.
  • A wonderful place that is so relaxing. The setting is beautiful and the animals are real characters. If you want to get away from it all this is the place.

    Lee2020-02-25T00:00:00Z
  • We were booked here for two nights and what an amazing time we had! The cabin lodge was cosy and relaxing especially next to the burning log fire. The llamas were adorable and friendly and we often found ourselves simply watching them out of the front windows. Matt and Alex were the perfect hosts, with tips on where to visit and they even offered to get the log fire started before we got there! It was the perfect trip away, and one that we would highly recommend.

    Emily2020-02-22T00:00:00Z
  • Llama lodge was a great place to stay for our first airbnb. Even with the long trip from the East Midlands. The llamas will literally come up to your doors and windows in the morning to see what your doing and the cabin itself was really cosy especially when you get the fire going. The llamas themselves are friendly and like a stroke if you approach them correctly. It also has good walks and good places to eat 10-15 mins drive away. Overall great stay👍🏻

    Ryan2020-02-19T00:00:00Z
  • We had such a fantastic time staying here, so close to all the curious llamas! The weather wasn’t great, but that only gave us an excuse to enjoy the cabin and sit by the fire. Matt and Alex were very accommodating, easy to communicate with, and very flexible on our check in/out timings (we didn’t arrive until midnight). Definitely recommended for a weekend of peace and quiet in the lovely Welsh country!

    Hayley2020-02-16T00:00:00Z
  • A perfect stay in a wooden cabin in a beautiful part of Wales. Very clean and tidy and we received a very warm welcome. I would highly recommend staying here for a unique experience!

    Joe2020-02-02T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely wooden cabin in secluded Pembrokeshire. You'd definitely need a car to get there and to get around whilst there. The cabin was cosy and had everything you would need. The kitchen had an easy to use hob and oven, microwave and plenty of pots, pans, knives etc. Whilst there we booked to do a llama walk as well (£60 for two people at the time) and this was brilliant, we met Myrddin and Macsen and had a nice long walk with them and Matt as well. Access to the cabin is through the corner of the llama paddock so take wellies. The bathroom window opens over where they eat and so you often have company whilst brushing your teeth. Overall a brilliant weekend and Matt couldn't have been more accommodating.

    Eleanor2020-01-27T00:00:00Z
  • The stay was wonderful we had a really lovely time despite the weather and waking up to the llamas in the morning at our window was great would recommend to anyone wanting to visit this part of the country!

    Rebecca2020-01-15T00:00:00Z
  • A really lovely wooden cabin, very well maintained, in a really tranquil, rural area. Matt was an excellent, accommodating host - even when we arrived early, needed to borrow an extra bed etc..! Coming eye to eye with llamas at the window, as you make breakfast, is an excellent way to start the day! Highly recommended.

    Andy2020-01-12T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Cabin


    Accommodates

    3


    Bedrooms

    1

    Llandissilio, United Kingdom

    Brithdir Mawr is an Eco-Community formed in 1994, currently 13 adults and 5 children. We live on an 80 acre restored farm nestled at the foot of Carn Ingli in Pembrokeshire National Park. The Community is off grid for electricity and uses the water from the mountain spring. We have outdoor composting toilets and bathrooms with showers that guests share with the rest of the Community. We have a four private rooms available, plus a dormitory space. This posting is for our Sunrise Room.
    If you are interested in community living or self-sufficiency this is the place for you. We have been a community for over twenty years you can learn more about us by joining one of our tours or even volunteering here. Have a look on our website for more details. We also run training courses and events which could help to make your trip a really memorable experience. The Sunrise room is a pretty, single, private room within our main Community farmhouse. Facilities are basic, comprising a woodburner,desk, chair, drawer, table and bookshelves; but the views over this part of our farm from the double aspect room are beautiful. We absolutely love it here and hope you will too. We look forward to sharing it with you!
    We live in a beautiful area of Pembrokeshire National Park, next to Carn Ingli and the Preseli Mountains. Ty Cannol, an ancient oak woodland, and the stunning coastline are both within walking distance, as is the charming village of Newport, boasting a fine array of pubs, cafes and restaurants. The Pembrokeshire Coastal path was recently voted one of the top ten long distance walks in the world. There is minimal light pollution here, so the night skies can be breath taking, and there is always loads of wildlife to see and hear, including dormice, bats and owls.
  • The Brithdir Mawr's Community is a place of peace and serenity. You won't be surrounding in the materialistic luxuries of today, but it will take you back to our earthly roots. It was so refreshing for the soul. The host Ann seems lovely, even though I didn't personally meet her. I would totally recommend staying here if you don't mind getting in touch with your roots, and embracing the simple life style.

    Verity2018-08-12T00:00:00Z
  • Loved this room. Simple with beautiful light. Stayed two nights while exploring Preseli bluestones. Great velux skylight above the bed to watch and listen to the rain. Lovely wooden windows, floor and beams. Just felt natural and comfortable. Easy to come and go as you please and delightfully quiet at night. Friendly people, big old house, and lots of nature. I'll be back! ~

    Aster2018-07-29T00:00:00Z
  • Beautiful farm house in beautiful relaxing settings

    Andrew2017-09-01T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Private room


    Property Type

    House


    Accommodates

    1


    Bedrooms

    1

    Sir Benfro, Cymru, United Kingdom

    A remote unique gem, idyllically situated on the banks of a mountain stream in the heart of the wild unspoilt beauty of the Preseli Hills.. just 20mins from the the Pembrokeshire Coast Path.. with magical off-grid simplicity Rebecca offers something truly different..
    With comfortable simplicity, eco-sustainability and no mod cons Rebecca offers something truly different - a magical getaway in stunning rural surroundings. The absence of electricity with its busy reminder of modern life allows for unusual peace and tranquillity and a real connection with the abundant wildlife here, giving the opportunity for a wonderful holiday/adventure whilst leaving a satisfyingly light footprint. Ideal for walking, (hills, shores, coast path), mountain biking, stargazing, birdwatching, botanising, dreaming, romantic break, retreat..or simply chilling. Rebecca is on its own, about 50 meters from our house and invisible from it.
    It's beautifully remote and off the beaten track, yet within easy reach of the coast and some charming small towns. Our immediate neighbourhood comprises a few farms across the fields, moorland, marsh and mountain. We live down a rough track off a small country lane. You can walk straight out onto the hills and lanes. Or you can drive to any point on the unbeatable Pembrokeshire Coast Path, or to eat out at any number of cafes, pubs and restaurants, in Newport (Pembs), Narberth (interesting shops as well), Cardigan, Fishguard or Haverfordwest - all equidistant at about 13 - 14 miles away. The small ex quarry village of Rosebush is 4 miles away with a pub and tearooms.The Fishguard - Rosslare ferry is 14miles away and day trips are possible in high season; or we are very convenient for a stopover on the way to or from Ireland. For activities there are pony trekking facilities, Pembrokeshire's Blue Lagoon, mountain bikes to hire, Folly Farm, Oakwood etc. From Tenby you can take a short boat ride to Caldy Island: Skockolme and Skomer Islands are visitable weather conditions permitting. You can take boat trips to see dolphins in Cardigan Bay. And much more.
  • Amazing hideaway, peaceful, perfect place to get away from it all and reset!

    Terri2019-10-10T00:00:00Z
  • Rebecca is fantastic and exactly what we hoped for - the perfect getaway from the city. Beautifully quiet except for the trickling of the stream, private and as far from the beaten track as you could hope while still being within easy driving distance of some wonderful beaches, sites and towns. Miranda as a host was fantastic and the hut itself was more then we could have hoped for. We will definitely look back with fondness on the memories of cooking over the fire, next to the stream with no outside distractions. Wonderful and would definitely stay again.

    Archie2019-08-06T00:00:00Z
  • A wonderful second stay, we were already planning our next visit on the drive home.

    Bethan2019-08-03T00:00:00Z
  • A georgeos place, even when it rains. We definitely want to come back!

    Eva2019-07-25T00:00:00Z
  • Rebecca is a beautiful shepherds hut in a lovely peaceful location! The stream is fabulous to sit by and have a glass of wine and we loved cooking on the fire pit, although some things we cooked in the hut on the gas which was really useful. The bed is so cosy and comfy, and the log burner in the hut made it so toasty. The compost loo hut was super sweet, beautifully decorated, with fresh flowers! We loved washing outside and paddling in the stream. It was a lovely few days and we would recommend to anyone!

    Anna2019-07-07T00:00:00Z
  • Rebecca is a really gem & my girlfriend and I had the most beautiful time there. Miranda was lovely & thoughtful, we had a very long journey & when we finally arrived th burner was started & the place was warm & cosy Mmmm lovely :-) we rrcomend going the Rosebush, try the cheese makers & the local pub lovely people & food service. Thank you Miranda hopefully see you soono

    Darren Plug2019-06-04T00:00:00Z
  • Great spot and definitely a “hidden gem”. Highly recommend. Perfect base to explore Pembrokeshire and come back to at the end of a day walking/surfing. Beat our expectations.

    George2019-05-27T00:00:00Z
  • Absolutely stunning location, amazing way to get away from everything and relax. Miranda was a great host. Hope to be back in the future.

    Jason2019-05-22T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Shepherd's hut (U.K., France)


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Pembrokeshire, United Kingdom

    Quirky little stone studio set on the edge of the preseli hills, full of individual character and shabby chic charm. Ideal for romantic getaway or relaxation An open plan studio( approx 24ft x 14ft) with platform bed ( 5ft high) and adjacent large shower room/toilet.. next door. Detached and with private seating area /garden . Set in pretty valley with flower filled hedgerows , birdsong, and no light pollution. Between beaches of North and South pembrokeshire. Relax and enjoy.
    The stone house is an open plan studio where the children moved before they flew the nest. Shabby chic and full of character. I only rent it out for about three months in the summer. The kitchen area has a small gas cooker with oven and grill, microwave, fridge, and belfast sink, cold water tap. Lounge area has two sofas, wood burning stove, tv, radio, DVD player, games and (URL HIDDEN) with electric storage heater and wood burning stove if needed. The platform bed (approx 5ft high ) is accessed via sturdy steps. Adjacent large bathroom with electricshower wc (outside in building next door with green door in pictures for sole use )Bedding provided please bring towels. Building separate from main house. Private parking also space to store bicycles/surfboards. A rural area with not great WiFi but guests can pick up 4G. Pets on request small charge (one small dog). Private outside seating areas with table and chairs. If you want to experience somewhere cosy and different this is the place for you.
  • Lovely area with plenty of beaches to choose from and it’s a perfect hut for a couple get away for the weekend

    Sylvia2019-09-22T00:00:00Z
  • Wonderful 4 night stay in Lisa's quirky studio. Great base for exploring and walking, coast path and beaches an easy 40 min drive away. The studio is in a lovely quiet location, very cosy and a joy to come back to and relax in front of the wood burner after a day out walking, dog friendly to, we had a wonderful stay and would highly recommend Lisa's studio for a quirky stay.

    Sharon2019-09-15T00:00:00Z
  • The stone cottage is a beautiful space, everything you could need for a stay and more. Really comfortable, great local info and Lisa was a brilliant host. Thanks!

    Anneghem2019-08-31T00:00:00Z
  • I can't praise this little enclave and its host enough! After getting lost in this Rivendellesk valley and well past the time we said we'd arrive we were greeted by Lisa, who couldn't be more helpful! after giving us the rundown of our little home for the week left us to settle in, an easy task to do with comfy sofas and wood burner lit. The little houses amenities are simple & easy to find, No fancy frills needed! Lisa, full of tips on places to visit was on hand but not imposing! a perfect little hideaway!!

    Emma2019-08-17T00:00:00Z
  • Delighted to find this gem of place, nestled in beautiful countryside with easy (car) access to many other lovely parts of Pembrokeshire. Very helpful local tips in a booklet provided. Quirky and comfortable home with more space than we expected from the description. Great communication with Lisa. Fully recommend.

    David2019-08-11T00:00:00Z
  • Fantastic place to stay, cosy, comfortable and quiet. Beautiful surroundings, lovely walks. We will be returning!

    Garry2019-08-06T00:00:00Z
  • Wonderful secluded cottage- silent, relaxing and cosy. Smallish but very well thought out and full of interesting eclectic personality. Garden beautiful on a warm day. It’s located in centralist Pembrokeshire so not by the coast but beaches within an easy 20 to 30 mins drive and nice to return home to a very chilled base. Highly recommended!

    Rob2019-07-28T00:00:00Z
  • A magical, eclectic, cosy, peaceful little escape.. thank you for sharing it with us! Half expected to find a very late white rabbit in the garden or an entrance to Narnia in a cupboard.. Perfect base for a stunningly beautiful part of Wales. We will definitely visit again x

    Lucy2019-07-14T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Tiny house


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    0

    Llangolman, Wales, United Kingdom

    The Barn is located in a magical setting with stunning scenery. Only 1.5 miles from Newport with its restaurants, we are a stones throw from Carningli mountain, the Preseli's and the ancient woodlands of Ty Canol, but still only 3 miles from the beach. Just breath in the fresh air and relax. The Barn is the perfect place to self-isolate and is hygienically cleaned between bookings.
    The Barn is located in the grounds of a main house but completely separate with it's own outdoor area. Beautifully furnished with an exotic mix of modern and antique furniture and textiles. It's thoughtfully equipped for all your needs so that you can make the most of your stay in Pembrokeshire. The homely kitchen has an Irish dresser with flagstone floors and is the perfect place for organic cooking . The living area is open plan with a wood burning fire to keep you cosy in the evenings and there is underfloor heating as well as hot water whenever you need it. When the sun is out you can open the patio doors to a south-facing private outdoor area for eating alfresco. The galleried bedroom is snug and romantic with warm Welsh blankets & Afghan textiles. We try and provide you with everything you might need and this includes a starter log pack, towels ( not beach towels), toiletries and a welcome basket of local produce. The barn is beautifully furnished with local art and all my favorite things. There are books to enjoy as well. At a squeeze you can also fit in two friends on the sofa bed in the living area if you aren't worried about privacy. It's the perfect peaceful place for slow living. The parking is shared with the main house on the same property and whilst the outside area of The Barn is separate and private it is not fenced off if you have a pet.
    The Barn is in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, world renowned for its outstanding natural beauty and the only coastal park in the UK. Cilgwyn is in the heart of this in the north of the county which is quite different and quieter to the south; full of rugged exceptionally magical landscapes, wooded valleys, stunning coast, eccentric and interesting characters, and I swear a few wood fairies!. The Bluestones of Stonehenge were hewn from the rock only a few miles away, and the whole area is full to brimming with ancient history and rich with legends. This is a very special and magical location. You can explore the enchanted Ty Canol Woods, the Gwaun Valley and the wilderness of the Preseli Hills. Discover ancient trails, Iron Age Fort, Neolithic burial sites and places to stand and stare at the glorious views. Pentre Ifan burial chamber is close by and if you look closely you'll find a secret hidden one on the property! There are wild horses on the mountain and it's a fantastic walk to the top. For a quick beer to recover try the Bluestone Brewery which is only 2 minutes walk away and is open most days until 4pm. The Candle Workshop is also close by and makes for a fascinating visit. Whilst Newport is close by, The Barn is actually in the parish of Nevern where there is an ancient Pilgrims Path used for hundreds of years by pilgrims making their way to St Davids. The light here is different, and the air is clean and unpolluted. Look out for the amazingly clear night sky giving a fantastic view of the stars. There are so many fantastic walks on the doorstep it’s impossible to describe them all. Likewise, there are many beaches and secret coves that you can explore from the coastal path which is only a 5 minute drive away and during the summer is accessible via a local bus company that runs a shuttle service along the coast for walkers. The Preseli Hills are also a magical place, with numerous neolithic sites dotted throughout the area and many footpaths and bridle ways to explore. Newport is a pretty seaside town which has become famous for its array of great cafes, restaurants and shops including a whole food shop, butchers, hardware store, pharmacy, newsagents, craft collective, antique centre, Spar, Post Office, outdoor clothes shop and fantastic art gallery. Newport also has a stunning large sandy beach with dunes and is great for swimming. There's a vibrant street and farmers market held every Monday and the community run Memorial Hall has a varied mixture of cultural events and activities running throughout the year. The Barn is also only a 10 minute drive from the old county town of Cardigan, which has 2 supermarkets (Tesco and Aldi) and a variety of shops along its pretty and active high street. It's also worth a visit to Theatre Mwldan, which hosts a great selection of films, theatre, comedy and music events. For adventurous types there are a wealth of activities on offer, from sea kayaking and coasteering, to paragliding and surfing. To the south of Newport you can drive to St Davids the smallest city in the UK and visit the Cathedral, perhaps do some surfing at Whitesands beach and explore further down the coast past Newgale beach, which also has beautiful windswept beaches and coves. Visitors to the area are often struck by something else that is rarely mentioned in the tourist brochures, and that is the warmth and diversity of the local people and the extended community who have come here from afar. There are all sorts of people who have visited the area and haven’t left because they loved it so much! We live in a very welcoming and interesting community and we all hope you'll enjoy your stay here.
  • A beautiful stay in a very stylish and quirky workshop. Sue is a wonderfully attentive and thoughtful host. The fire was amazing and made the place super cosy. Highly recommended!

    Jessica2020-01-24T00:00:00Z
  • Sue was a great host. The barn was so homely and set in a beautiful location! The welcome basket was a lovely touch and thoroughly enjoyed, yum yum. The bed was very comfy, which scores big points from me. Great stay!!! Will be back again.

    Emily2020-01-21T00:00:00Z
  • Our stay at the barn was perfect! Sue was a lovely host and left us to it with everything we needed, and the added extra of a little hamper for the mornings breakfast! A beautiful little winter haven for us that could equally be a summer stay as well. Lovely walks around the area and not far from lovely Newport. The perfect place to be if you need to get away for a few days!

    Alex2020-01-19T00:00:00Z
  • Great place to stay for a couple. Be careful if you have dogs, they are not allowed on the furniture so it was difficult to keep ours off! The welcome pack was fantastic and it really is great value for money!

    Vicki2020-01-12T00:00:00Z
  • The barn is such a special, cosy place perfect for exploring Newport and the surrounding countryside. Newport has so much to offer in the way of independent cafes and shops, really lovely pubs and such friendly people. We stayed over new year for my birthday, when we thought most things would have closed down, but there was still so much to do and see. The beach walks are amazing. The blue stone brewery next to the barn and the candle workshop were really special places to visit. Sue was so informative about the area and left us a delicious welcome basket which met all our awkward dietary requirements! Sue really has thought of everything and the barn is full of unique art and souvenirs from travels and the local area. The barn has everything you need to hole up here and escape for a few days. Coming back to the cosy wood burner after long walks was the perfect way for us to chill after a busy Christmas. We loved our stay and can not recommend the barn enough.

    Elysia2020-01-02T00:00:00Z
  • The Barn was a wonderful cosy retreat and close to lovely walks at the coast and in the hills. I would reccommend it.

    Alexander2019-12-30T00:00:00Z
  • Wonderful accommodation. Beautifully decorated in a special part of Wales. Would recommend.

    Jess2019-12-26T00:00:00Z
  • The barn was enchanting to stay in, super cosy and sweet and a very accommodating host. Loved the gift basket of local goodies too :)

    Bethany2019-12-17T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Barn


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Cilgwyn, Wales, United Kingdom

    Idyllic detached hideaway set in the heart of Pembrokeshire, at the foot of the Preseli Hills & National Park. Zero traffic! Sleeps two in sympathetically converted 17th century Welsh stone longhouse located on owners' smallholding. Danclawdd is ideally placed for exploring north & south of this stunning county. Perfect for hiking, cycling,chilling, exploring, photography, culture. Central heating, king sized bed, free wifi, log burner, parking, currently no pets due to location in farming land.
    A private, secluded fully equipped holiday cottage set at the foot of the Preseli Hills in Pembrokeshire, with spectacular views towards the highest point in the county and walks to the National Park right from your front door. Danclawdd was converted in 2013 from a stone built Welsh longhouse; a longhouse was a traditional one-roomed property usually on a farm and this one dates back to approx 17th century. Now, the cottage has all the comforts of a modern space yet with charm and individuality. Wooden floors, local artwork on the walls and the option of local food hampers all contribute to make your stay more comfortable. The totally self-contained accommodation is located next door to the owners' Welsh stone cottage, at the end of a private track with zero traffic noise and pitch black skies perfect for star gazing or astro-photography. It offers a bright, airy cooking/dining/living space complete with Swedish log burner for chillier evenings. There will be a basket of logs etc to start you off (2-3 burns) and further supplies can easily be bought at the village shop/garage. There is a spacious bedroom with king sized bed and a bathroom with thermostatically controlled shower over the bath. All linen is provided apart from beach towels. We also offer oil fired central heating, free wi-fi and a supply of sundries to get you started on your holiday. The cottage has a washing machine, dishwasher, cooker/hob, microwave, nespresso machine, kettle, toaster and a full range of crockery and cooking utensils. It is all located on one level so is very easily accessible. I live on the smallholding with my husband, our 2 cats and 10 pet sheep in our paddocks so am on hand if you need me for any issues.
    At the bottom of our driveway is a path that leads you directly into the Pembrokeshire National Park and up into the Preseli Hills. The hills are fantastic for walking, but also for fell running (events take place each year), mountain biking and horse riding. The highest point in Pembrokeshire can be reached on foot from the cottage and offers stunning views and chance for sunset or sunrise photography options. There is a massive diversity of wildlife, birds and flora & fauna within the hills and the surrounding area. Close to us is Tafern Cinc, an historic pub that served the slate mines and miners of the hills through the ages. The Preseli Hills have a rich culture of myths and legends with standing stones and stone circles dotted around their expanse and are of great interest to geologists and historians. The road from Maenclochog to Cardigan crosses the very ridge of the hills and is the nearest thing we have found to spectacular Scottish vistas in the heart of West Wales! The viewpoint at Foel Eryr offers the chance to see up to Snowdonia on a clear day and across to Ireland. Around Pembrokeshire there is a multitude of places to visit and things to do or see. Alongside the Preseli Hills you can access the glorious Pembrokeshire coastal path from Danclawdd with relative ease. The north of the country offers rugged heights and sweeping scenery whereas the south has softer edges yet equally inspiring vistas. The coastline can be reached within around 20 minutes (north) and 40 minutes (south). The UK's smallest city of St David's is around 40 minutes drive away and is a unique experience. Visit the cathedral and then head out to St David's Head for some coastal air and amazing views across to Ramsey Island. Birdwatchers will also love Danclawdd for the wide variety of species on the doorstep but also for its easy access to RSPB locations such as Skomer Island and Ramsey Island. Spot the puffins along with seals and dolphins off the shorelines. The information pack within the cottage offers some more ideas of places we love to visit, along with leaflets and ample maps/walking routes to help you plan your stay with us. Our closest town shopping spot is the quaint market town of Narberth. This is a vibrant little community with tea shops, butchers, specialist giftware shops, eateries and all the essentials you could need. Narberth has an annual food festival in the Autumn that attracts over 60 stall holders and showcases the wonderful food the area produces. On the subject of food we could wax lyrical about the amazing meat available from local farmers and farm shops - in fact we can arrange a welcome meat box if you'd like us to to get you started. Similarly we could list our favourite places to eat - but we offer a full information and recommendations pack within the cottage and are on hand to give you any ideas if you'd like us to. One place to visit for sure is the beachside Cafe Mor (in season only) - award winning food cooked fresh to order from a shack at Freshwater West in the south. Lobster rolls are the food of the gods! Danclawdd is ideal for you if you're a walker but also ideal for those training for triathlons or fell running events (check out the 24 mile Preseli Beast that starts and ends in the village each May - it is seriously tough!). The annual Ironman Wales is an international event and the cottage lies some 8 miles from the cycle route through Narberth so is an ideal training base. The cottage is also great for just relaxing and taking things easy; we hope that you are just as comfortable spending an evening reading or listening to music in it as you are learning about what is around the county.
  • Very much enjoyed our first time to Pembrokeshire and Emma's cottage / barn was just superb !! Immaculately clean , well furnished with a lovely wood burner etc our stay was fantastic right from the start when Emma greeted us .. Location is great where we did some walking nearby in the Presilli Hills and further afield such as around the Peninsula at St. David's .. Perfect place for a great relaxing holiday .. well worth the visit . Many thanks again Catherine & Rich

    Richard2019-10-19T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely, cosy cottage, has everything you could want including a wonderful log burner, lovely TV and sofa. It is quite far away from anything (which we considered a good thing, but important to know!), and surrounded by beautiful countryside. Hosts were lovely and helpful, everything as expected and shown in the listing, definitely recommend for a cosy welsh retreat!

    Martin2019-10-05T00:00:00Z
  • Wonderful place to stay. Emma has thought of everything and has gone the extra mile to make the cottage feel like a home.

    Jessica2019-09-27T00:00:00Z
  • Great place to stay in the national park area with stunning views and walks on tap. Not too far from market towns of Narberth and Newport. Emma was a very good host with lots of local tips and the accommodation itself had everything needed and more! Very comfortable visit.

    Ben2019-09-21T00:00:00Z
  • Danclawdd is in a peaceful spot in the countryside but not far away at all from all of the Pembrokeshire coastline. The cottage is a lovely well furnished space with everything that you need from a comfy king sized bed, great shower, modern tv (inc Netflix) and more. Emma is a friendly and communicative host and there is plenty of info at the cottage for places to see and things to do. Do visit the local village cafe and the pub down the road at Rosebush. The views from the Preseli hills are stunning.

    Diane2019-09-05T00:00:00Z
  • Thank you very much for your welcome and your advice. We enjoyed our stay in your lovely cottage which allowed us to relax after our hikes. Everything was perfect, thank you again, we’ll keep à great memory of our stay.

    Agnés2019-08-26T00:00:00Z
  • Peaceful with style would be the watchwords for Emma's Cottage. Emma is the perfect host and her own guidebook for the area turned out to be the perfect reference and go to manual for our stay. It has everything from instructions for the coffee maker to beautiful coastal walks and excursions. If you are looking for a calm and peaceful setting then this is perfect place.

    John2019-08-18T00:00:00Z
  • This is a lovely place to stay with friendly, welcoming hosts. As well as all the essentials there are loads of extra touches including: maps, guides and personal recommendations of places to visit; books, games and dvds for when you're staying in; and tupperware in the kitchen so you can take food with you when you're out walking! It's spacious for two people with a good sized bedroom, a great bathroom (with very powerful shower) and an open plan kitchen and living area with high ceiling. There's also a utility area/ boot room entrance space which is brilliant for taking off your outdoor gear when you return after a day out. It's well placed to explore different parts of Pembrokeshire (we loved the beaches) and there are also walks straight from the house. We would definitely recommend!

    Nicola2019-08-10T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Cottage


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Maenclochog, Wales, United Kingdom

    A romantic woodland hideaway, tucked in amongst the trees below the slopes of the Preseli Hills, just above Rosebush Reservoir. Inside you will find all the comforts of a little home: not too spacious but not cramped - holiday togetherness for two!
    The cabin is light and airy with French windows opening out from both the open plan living area and the bedroom onto the wide south facing veranda complete with patio furniture and bbq. There is a cosy double bedroom, shower room with electric shower and kitchen area with all the amenities.
    Ideal for walkers, you can hike through the unspoilt scenery of the Preseli Hills with far reaching views over the surrounding countryside to the coast at Newport. Nearby in Rosebush village you will find the traditional pub, Tafarn Sinc, serving real ale and good food, as well as a farm shop selling locally produced cheese. Venture another mile or so into Maenchlochog village which offers a well stocked convenience store, petrol station and a cafe serving breakfasts, lunches and cream teas. The glorious Pembrokeshire Coastal Path and lovely beaches are within easy reach - Newport Sands just 15 minutes by car. The cabin is also ideally placed for exploring Pembrokeshire: Newport, Fishguard and Cardigan are within 20 minutes and Tenby and St Davids within 45 minutes.
  • Lovley quiet hideaway

    Sharron2020-02-21T00:00:00Z
  • Had a great couple of days in the cabin, withheld storm Dennis very well. Great views and truly felt disconnected.

    Kieran2020-02-17T00:00:00Z
  • This beautiful cabin is in a wonderful location, with scenic views. Check in was super easy and hosts were very friendly. Had lovely day trips to Tenby and cardigan, but also there is great walks in distance of the cabin. Would very recommend going to The Sloop for some delicious pub grub. Overall had a brilliant stay.

    Holly2020-01-03T00:00:00Z
  • A beautiful, cosy cabin in a perfect location to explore the north of Pembrokeshire. Lovely views from the cabin. Very welcoming hosts. Unfortunately there is a puppy/dog farm next door which was pretty noisy at times. Lots of barking throughout the day and night. I definitely recommend taking a set of ear plugs with you so you can sleep. Apart from that a great, relaxing stay. Thank you.

    Jess2019-12-31T00:00:00Z
  • This was a great experience. The cabin is immaculately clean, very well-equipped, charming and comfortable, with lovely views of the nearby reservoir and its little woodland setting. Sue is a very friendly, hospitable host, and Sue and John have clearly put a lot of love and care into the design, layout, decor, furnishings, equipment and welcome, which makes it a really special place.

    Gavin2019-12-16T00:00:00Z
  • Wonderful hosts and a wonderful cabin! Has all the amenities you need for a comfortable stay and you definitely feel like you’re in a log cabin in the woods. Pembrokeshire is absolutely stunning. I recommend a day up at Ffald-y-Brenin (15 mins away) if you get the chance!

    Matt2019-11-23T00:00:00Z
  • A beautiful little cabin in the woods completely back to nature! Sue was a fantastic host and the Cabin is gorgeous - absolutely what you need for a back to basics getaway

    Laura2019-10-28T00:00:00Z
  • It is a nice cabin in a beautiful location, which was just the right amount of “remote” for us. It is easily accessed from the road but hidden in the trees, so there’s complete privacy. The cabin is petite but comfy and had everything we needed. The cell reception is patchy in the area, so can properly unplug and unwind. The drives are picturesque and there’re walking, cycling and horse riding trails nearby.

    Irina2019-10-15T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Cabin


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Clynderwen, Pembrokeshire, United Kingdom

    Grassholm Log Cabin is set amongst the trees and bushes next to a small mountain stream - cosy and secluded. Venture inside and find all the comforts of a little home surrounded by its wooden interior.
    Grassholm Log Cabin sleeps up to 3 in 2 bedrooms, The accommodation is all over one floor. There is an open plan living/dining/kitchen area with French windows which open out onto a deck. Beyond that there is a gravel area with a picnic bench and a BBQ. A path from the cabin leads to an enclosed field; the ideal place for dogs to exercise. The cabin is electrically heated by a combination of storage heaters, electric radiators and a log effect convector heater. The kitchen area is fully equipped with everything you need for a self catering stay.
    The famous traditional Welsh pub Tafarn Sinc, serving real ale and good food, is just 4 minutes away by car. Two miles away you will find a well stocked convenience shop and a cafe in the village of Maenclochog. The cabin is ideally located for exploring Pembrokeshire: Newport, Fishguard and Cardigan and Haverfordwest are within 20 minutes and Tenby and St David’s within 45 minutes.
  • A lovely little cabin with beautiful views. Perfect for us with our dog too!

    Andy2020-02-25T00:00:00Z
  • Cosy and comfortable. Nice rural location. Very comfy beds and the cabin was very well equipped with all we needed. Lovely outdoor space for dogs. Not entirely secure so didn't let our lurcher off lead there due to sheep in next field. I'm sure for dogs with better recall it would be doggie heaven. Thanks for a lovely relaxing stay.

    Michelle2020-02-20T00:00:00Z
  • Fantastic little cabin in a beautiful setting. The grounds are amazing, especially the field where we could let the dog off lead (much bigger than expected!). Our dog doesn't get to go off lead a lot due to being reactive, and he's had the best time. Lots of suggested walks and pubs etc around the area, we only managed to explore a couple so will definitely be back!

    Dore2019-11-13T00:00:00Z
  • Really enjoyed my short stay at Grassholm log cabin. It was very clean, cosy and comfortable and had everything I needed for my stay.

    Brian2019-11-07T00:00:00Z
  • My son and I had a lovely 3 night stay at Grassholm log cabin. It was just perfect for what we needed, close to the beaches and mountains of beautiful West Wales. We will be back! Thank you.

    Kate2019-04-17T00:00:00Z
  • It was a really great place. With beautiful surrounding countryside and easily accessible to other nearby areas and beaches of extremes beauty. The log cabin was perfectly suitable to what we wanted and needed. And the little touches Sue provided was a nice welcome and surprise.

    Sean2019-03-30T00:00:00Z
  • A clean, private place with lovely gardens and tranquil surroundings, highly recommended

    Geoff2019-03-11T00:00:00Z
  • The cabin was brilliant - it is in a nice secluded area and very cosy inside. We wished we had booked an extra couple of nights but we'll likely be back in the future!

    Adam2018-10-27T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Cabin


    Accommodates

    3


    Bedrooms

    2

    Clynderwen , Pembrokeshire, United Kingdom

    One of two bedrooms available in a delightful cottage in the heart of the Preseli Hills. In the National Park and on Sustrans route 47, they are perfect for exploring West Wales, cycling, walking, bird watching, wild swimming, castles & the coastal path. A delicious breakfast with local free range eggs, fruit, muesli, yogurt, homemade bread and marmalade is included. Village pub, safe bike shed & off road parking. For second bedroom see Airbnb 'Double Cottage Bedroom for walkers & cyclists.'
    The cottage is in a small terrace built to house the quarrymen from the local slate quarry. Now disused, the remnants of the quarry remain and include Quarry Pool for any brave wild swimmers. The cottage overlooks Foel Eryr with glorious sunsets and direct access for walking the Preseli range. The Pembrokeshire coastal path is within easy reach and the nearest beach takes 30 minutes by car. The community owned village pub ‘Tafarn Sinc’ is two minutes away and serves food throughout the year. A delicious breakfast with local free range eggs, fruit, muesli, yogurt, homemade bread and marmalade is included. Just let me know if you have any special dietary needs. The original staircase takes you upstairs to the bedroom with a single bed. The shared bathroom is downstairs. Guests are welcome to help themselves to tea and coffee in the kitchen. You are also welcome to use the sitting room and the garden. I also have a double room available on Airbnb, look for 'Double Cottage Bedroom for walkers and cyclists'. There is a shed for bikes, hose for mountain bikers and plenty of off road parking space.
  • Great little place to stay!

    Andrew2019-11-16T00:00:00Z
  • Recommend host and location. I was on business, but would like to come back for pleasure and explore the country sidewalks

    Paul2019-10-28T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Private room


    Property Type

    Cottage


    Accommodates

    1


    Bedrooms

    1

    Rosebush, Wales, United Kingdom

    Our holiday cottage is an upside down barn conversion on our smallholding on the side of the Preseli hills in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. It has it's own garden and guests are free explore the farm, there is also access directly onto the hills. We are five miles from the picturesque seaside resort of Newport and ten miles from Fishguard. Whether you are looking to go walking, cycling, horse riding or just exploring our stunning county, we are the ideal base.
    Access is via steps to the first floor where you will find and open plan kitchen, diner and lounge. Downstairs there is a double bedroom, a bunk room and a shower room. In the barn next door there is a washer-drier and plenty of space for storing bikes.
    We are in the heart of traditional Welsh hill farming. There aren't many people around but those who are, are very friendly.
  • Gernos Fawr is a beautiful cosy cottage in a wonderful location. Very well equipped kitchen, lovely snuggly beds - and fresh eggs to welcome us. Thanks so much, Penny & Ian.

    Almut2019-10-30T00:00:00Z
  • Penny and Ian are lovely, and the cottage is basic but beautiful. Shower was hot, sofa was comfy, kitchen equipped with all you need including decent sized bowls and plates! As a base to explore the Pembrokeshire coast and surrounding countryside, I think you will be hard pushed to find somewhere offering the same value for money. Outside, the cottage has lovely views and a bbq area with a fire pit. At night, sitting outside and roasting a few marshmallows with the family in the middle of nowhere was just lovely. The cottage inside is really nice and cosy, just what you need after a long day at one of the nearby beaches. Our favourite beach was Poppit Sands. Absolutely brilliant for families as the beach is massive and can confidently give the kids frisbees, balls and spinners without much worry that they will hit anyone! Parking is right by the beach and there is a nice little cafe serving the usual paninis / baguettes etc Mwnt was another beach we really liked with some decent waves for body boarding. Other things we enjoyed were Oakwood (although queuing time was fairly ridiculous on certain rides), feeding the sheep at the farm with Penny, and taking a dip in the stream (also at the farm). Overall, we couldn't have asked for more from our stay, I hope we will be back soon!

    Duncan2019-08-31T00:00:00Z
  • We had a great time at Penny & Ian’s farm in the remote hills of Pembrokeshire. The kids loved the dogs, sheep, chickens and ducks. We did a number of walks in the area and further afield (St David’s and Dinas Island) along the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, there’s information in the cottage for them all. Newport Sands provides an amazing beach nearby with lifeguards and oodles of space. The cottage is homely and the kids loved the bunk beds. We happily spent a (very) rainy day at the cottage playing board games (there are a few there, we brought our own as well) and watching a DVD or 2. Would not hesitate to book again !

    Jasper2019-08-17T00:00:00Z
  • If you are looking for peace and quiet, rural beauty, unspoilt countryside and an escape from it all - this is the place to be! We loved our stay and it was hard to leave - especially great for children of all ages. Nothing but sheep and babbling streams for miles around...bliss. Thanks for a great stay Penny & Ian, we will be back next year!

    Anna2019-08-03T00:00:00Z
  • Penny has thought of everything, we weren't wanting for anything. We desperately needed to fall off the edge of the planet to recharge our batteries and Gernos Fawr allowed us to do that. Plenty of walks from your doorstep, we went fishing in New Quay, kayaking in St Davids, horse trekking near Newport and visited many picturesque beaches. A wonderful week.

    Mariam2019-07-27T00:00:00Z
  • If you want to get away from it all THIS is the place! This small cottage down a long track through farm land is absolutely idyllic. It is wonderfully peaceful and when the sun shone we sat outside and enjoyed how quiet it was. We went with our 2 year old son who had great fun playing in the stream that runs across the bottom of the farm, petting the dogs and very tame sheep on the farm as well as getting up close to the ducks and chickens. The cottage will comfortably fit a family of four and the kitchen is really well stocked with all equipment/utensils you could need. There is a washing machine and space to dry items inside and out which was very useful for us. It is a short drive to the small, beautiful costal town of Newport which has a good selection of eateries, a great butchers and a Spa shop. We did one of a few circular walks that start and finish at the cottage which was beautiful. Penny and Ian were lovely hosts who made us feel very welcome and allowed us to roam the farm freely. We even got to sample some of the chicken and duck eggs - delicious! If you want a quiet spot that celebrates Pembrokeshire’s beauty, that is great for young kids, with warm hosts...book it!

    Susie2019-06-28T00:00:00Z
  • A converted barn, on a small farm, in a beautiful quiet setting in moorland not far from the Pembrokeshire coast. We had a fantastic time and our hosts were incredibly knowledgeable and helpful. Thank you for providing us with the means to having the perfect relaxing break that we so badly needed!!

    Andrew2019-05-14T00:00:00Z
  • Penny's place is beautiful, set in the most peaceful location I have ever stayed. Along with Ian, they are the perfect hosts, allowing us to help feed the lamb was just magical. If you want a perfect location for a holiday in North Pembrokeshire, look no further, you've found it

    Mark2019-05-06T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Cottage


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    2

    Pembrokeshire, United Kingdom

    In the heart of the Preseli Hills, this detached bungalow enjoys use of large grounds complete with a fishing lake, wildlife and beautiful walks.. Ground Floor: The property has one step to the entrance, is all on the ground floor, has electric convector heaters and comprises: Lounge: Spacious with wood burner, 40" Freeview TV, DVD player and CD player. Dining room. Kitchen: Spacious with range with electric double oven and 5-ring gas hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and washing machine. Bedroom 1: With king size bed. Bedroom 2: With twin beds. Shower room: With shower and WC.. All gas, electric, bed linen and towels included. Initial fuel for wood burner provided. Travel cot and high chair available. Wi-Fi. Welcome pack.. Lawned area with garden furniture. Shared eight acres of natural grounds with woodland and large lake. Coarse fishing available on-site, licence required. 2 dogs welcome, to be kept on leads at all times. Parking for two cars. Please note: There is an unfenced lake 100 yards from the property.. Nestled in the heart of the tranquil and beautiful Preseli Hills, this beautiful property boasts open views of the hills and the encircling forestry across the Pembrokeshire landscape. This detached bungalow is located on the edge of Rosebush Holiday Park, where there are eight acres of walks and wildlife surrounding the picture postcard lake. Thoughtfully appointed, it offers a spacious lounge with a wood burner to enjoy those cosy evenings in. Formal dining is offered in the dining room with views over the lake. Rhoslwyn is in the historic former slate mining village of Rosebush, where the views are breathtaking. This central location is ideal for exploring the countryside, coast of Pembrokeshire, Carmarthenshire and Ceredigion. A short drive from Rosebush is the ancient burial chambers of Pentre Ifan, dating back to 3500 BC, or take a walk on one of the many footpaths to Foel Cwmcerwyn, the highest peak in Pembrokeshire. For those keen on fishing, Rhoslwyn offers coarse fishing just 100 yards from your doorstep. Take a short drive to the famous walled town of Tenby and enjoy the magnificent award-winning beach, or an afternoon at Folly Farm. After a busy day exploring the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, why not relax by the lake with a book and watch the sunset?
    Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    House


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    2

    Rosebush, Clynderwen, United Kingdom

    A cosy and spacious caravan with log burner in a peaceful location at the foot of the Preseli Mountains. We are a smallholding comprising of an old farm mill, two hand-built traditional timber frame barns and 11 acres of land located in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. The caravan sits in the woods under an ancient oak tree with views of the fields where sheep or welsh mountain ponies graze. The caravan is an ideal base for exploring the surrounding countryside and coastline.
    The caravan has been recently re-decorated with a fresh look and a log burner has been installed. It has got a fully equipped kitchen with a gas hob and oven. There are two bedrooms (a double and a twin), sitting room with a log burner and a kitchen with dining area. A selection of teas and cooking basics (salt, pepper, seasoning) are provided. The bathroom has got a shower and the toilet has got it's own hand washing sink. There is a seating and campfire space right outside the caravan. A full log basket of fire wood is included in the stay.
    We are situated in the small village of Brynberian in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. We are walking distance from Pentre Ifan, one of Wales' most famous historical monuments dating back to the Neolithic times. Another place of interest located a short walk uphill from the village is Carnedd Mabion Owen towering over the ancient oak woodland Ty Canol and the sea beyond. The recent discovery of a quarry near Brynberian is thought to be the source of the bluestones used in Stonehenge. The local market town of Newport with its shops, cafes and galleries is 15 minutes drive away. Newport beach offers a vast space for sports, barbecues and fun or there are many other smaller secluded beaches such as Cwm yr Eglwys and Ceibwr. Other local places of interest are the village of Nevern with the Nevern Cross and the 'bleeding yew' at St Brynach's church there is also a medieval pilgrims' path. Another places of interest is the Gwaun Valley and Carningli mountain. Activities in the area include horse riding (we can give you contact details if you would like to book in advance), paragliding, coasteering, boat trips to watch dolphins and seals, sea kayaking, fishing and surfing. The nearby Bluestone Brewery does open days where you can learn about the brewing process and taste their ales.
  • Don't deliberate, book this lovely caravan! Great equipment inside - especially that roaring hot wood burner! Makes a cold evening otherwise so comfy! The caravan is clean and nestled in a great location. Adults and kids will love it. Not only that, but Tom and Linda are fantastic hosts - an all round lovely couple; genuine and warm; both of whom made such a positive impression on us. Thanks!

    Nubia2019-10-30T00:00:00Z
  • Tucked away in the Preseli Hills, the Caravan has everything you need for a peaceful countryside holiday. We loved listening to the rain outside whilst staying warm by the log burner and playing Scrabble. We barbecued steaks outside on the fire and had the clearest view of the stars we've ever seen. The caravan is surprisingly spacious and has all the amenities you need to feel at home. We visited the beaches in Cardigan, which was only 20 minutes away by car, and had a nice pint at Dyffryn Arms in Cwm Gwaun. This is a magical part of the world with incredible history. I'd highly recommend cycling in this area if you're fortunate enough to visit in the summer. If you're looking for a fancy meal and experience, The Grove in Narberth is only 36 minutes away and delivers some of the most mind blowing gastronomic experiences with locally sourced ingredients. I couldn't recommend this place enough. Thank you, Tom & Linda for another lovely stay in Pembrokeshire.

    Timothy2019-09-07T00:00:00Z
  • What a wonderful place! Beautiful setting! Perfect place to get away from it all! The caravan was sparkling clean and we had everything we needed! Tom and Linda were very welcoming and Helpful with local knowledge! We were kept well stocked with fire wood for toasting marshmallows with the kids!! We can’t wait to come back for another stay!

    Matt2019-08-23T00:00:00Z
  • We highly recommend staying at the spacious yet cosy caravan in the beautifully set Bancau Stable in Brynberian. Tom and Linda are great hosts and made us feel very welcome with lovely touches of home grown flowers and red currants. The caravan was perfect - neat, tidy, clean and cosy. Just spending time in and around the caravan was great - inside with the wood burner, the radio, the Scrabble & Monopoly and outside with the fire, the woodland swing and the ponies! So relaxing. Our girls had a whale of a time catching grasshoppers, meeting the ponies and foals, playing Celtic Warriors in the woods and playing on the swing - who needs wifi! All Linda and Tom's tips and advice on places to visit were spot on - Mwnt was amazing, the nature walk into Cardigan to visit Fforest Pizza Tipi was great (especially the local beer!) and our girls loved the Iron Age settlement at Castell Henllys. We had a great time and would love to come back for longer next time.

    Cathryn2019-08-11T00:00:00Z
  • Brynberian is a superb location to be based for exploring Pembrokeshire. Tom & Linda’s caravan is uniquely positioned in a sheltered and private part of an extensive garden, surrounded by fields with immediate access to paths and bridleways. It’s only a short bike ride or drive to the coast, shops and cafes etc., but this quiet spot beside the Preseli Hills always felt like a wonderful escape from the summer holiday crowds.

    Grant2019-08-01T00:00:00Z
  • A peaceful place for quiet contemplation and a short walk from Pentre Ifan and (with wellies!) Beddyrifanc nested in Mynydd Preseli. Close to organic vegan provisions in Trefdreath/Newport.

    Denzil2017-08-22T00:00:00Z
  • Fantastic place strongly recommended no tv no WiFi no shops finality my children started talk witch me. The best place for families with children

    Tomasz2017-08-15T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Tiny house


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    2

    Brynberian, Wales, United Kingdom

    Trallwyn Bach Cottage Studio is full of charm, ideal for a low cost self catering holiday, it is small+has a small kitchen+living area+very small shower room+king size cave bed overlooking the moors~sheep+wild ponies grazing. It has a woodburner+electric heating+is tucked away next to the moor+just 5 minutes walk to Gors Fawr stonecircle-the same era as Stonehenge. Ideal for a retreat, romantic break+for walkers. Pottery tuition available April-Sept... Learn to throw a pot on holiday!
    The cottages are all beautiful...the studio is the smallest...and hidden away on the edge of the moor...private and ideal for couples or single people...or for a retreat... Trallwyn Bach cottage studio has a small living area, a small kitchen...and a very small shower room with loo and sink with limited head room in the shower...and a big bed overlooking the moor where wild ponies + sheep graze. It is a beautiful + quirky place to stay...and most importantly has a small woodstove! We do have larger cottages if you prefer more space...the studio is our smallest place to stay... Trallwyn Bach has wifi but the mobile reception is poor in this area... Anna offers pottery tuition to guests staying which is a fun way to spend a rainy day...the prices are on her website...Please note pottery is available between April and September. Walking the Preseli Hills and the beautiful coastal path with it's many bays and beaches + catching glimpses of dolphins in the Cardigan Bay...you can also collect firewood and have a fire in the firepit out on the moor...just as the sun sets behind the hills...
    I love the magic of the hills...the wildness of the country...the everchanging colours of the landscape...the stones...skylarks...the beautiful sunsets...the peace and tranquility... I also love making pottery and teaching others how to throw pots on the wheel or make them by hand...
  • I really enjoyed my stay here, it's a fantastic space for a solo traveller, situated amongst some great scenery. The walks were brilliant and it was always a nice feeling to return to such a relaxing place afterwards.

    Joshua2020-03-08T00:00:00Z
  • It was so cosy and sweet, the bed feels like it's in a little cave! Evenings with the log fire on were delightful, and the views around the place were stunning :)

    Hugh2019-11-19T00:00:00Z
  • Great place. Beautiful contryside

    Chris2019-11-04T00:00:00Z
  • Spent three lovely evenings nestled in Anna's cosy studio. We especially loved the view overlooking the moor and making log fires.

    Melissa2019-10-28T00:00:00Z
  • We had a wonderfully idyllic stay. Reading by candle light and a log fire, then looking out at the beautiful view. We could have stayed for months and been happy. We will definitely be returning. Anna was very helpful and all the details were thought of. Thank you again.

    Lottie2019-10-18T00:00:00Z
  • The little studio was very cosy and its surroundings were beautiful. While we never met Anna face to face, she communicated everything we needed to know and had everything in the studio ready & waiting for us! It’s good to note that the inside space is really very tiny, which caused a few bangings of limbs into things for my partner who is a big man – however I would absolutely recommend this place to anyone.

    Salla2019-09-26T00:00:00Z
  • Great location and a lovely host

    Nick2019-09-21T00:00:00Z
  • Great little stay! Lovely, secluded location and quirky studio!

    Hannah2019-08-24T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    House


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    0

    Mynachlog-ddu , Preseli Hills, Pembrokeshire, United Kingdom

    A pretty stone cottage with gardens and stream in a peaceful wooded valley near the Preseli hills. Ideal for exploring Pembrokeshire, with a large double room and small bedroom with a narrow full length chair bed, bathroom, shower room, living room, kitchen/ breakfast room and utility. Not suitable for pets.
    The cottage was built in about 1901 for a worker in the local slate quarry, We've kept the flagstone floors and narrow cottage stairs, but updated it to create a clean, comfortable home with exceptional privacy and tranquility.
    The house is in a wooded valley set in farmland at the foot of the Preseli hills. All around are footpaths and bridleways, chapels and ancient churches, and there are wonderful walks across the hills and on the beautiful coastal path. There are two garages, a café and a pub in the village and you can buy almost anything you need in Sarah's shop and post office. If you want to eat out you'll have to go further afield though.
  • A wonderful, cosy and exceptionally well equipped cottage. Excellent communication and location. It was just what we needed and highly recommended.

    Nicki2019-11-10T00:00:00Z
  • The house is delightful and has everything required for a comfortable stay. The garden is lovely and there are superb walks all around without having to drive anywhere.

    Sally2019-11-05T00:00:00Z
  • The best place to explore pembrokeshire! The house is absolut beautiful!

    Karin2019-07-24T00:00:00Z
  • The cottage is clean and comfortable. It has heating if necessary and has all the equipment you could possibly want. The location is restful. The garden is interesting and full of birdsong and there are superb walks all around. So peaceful.

    Sally2019-04-27T00:00:00Z
  • This is a lovely place to stay: peaceful and full of birdsong. It’s a mile or so from the village which has an amazing post office which sells everything. However Briony has thought of most things and they are at hand in the cottage. It is a cosy place and we were very comfortable. The log fire was great. We enjoyed an excellent Sunday lunch at Tafarn Sinc at Rosebush but best to book.

    Kathy2019-04-15T00:00:00Z
  • A wonderful, characteristic cottage hidden in a stunning location with great walks right out of the front door. With everything supplied a self catering couple or family could need you will find the experience at Briony’s cottage reviving. A true gem in the Preseli hills. Thank you Briony.

    Ben2018-10-30T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely, traditional style cottage up in the hills - very peaceful location and all you could need for an enjoyable holiday in Pembrokeshire - you will of course need you own car to get there!

    Dave2018-10-24T00:00:00Z
  • A cute and cosy cottage nestled in the Preseli Hills, in a good position to explore all corners of Pembrokeshire. The area itself is lovely with a walk along a river you can do from the house. The cottage is equipped with everything that you’d need with thoughtful extras too. Briony was a friendly and communicative host, and we’d definitely consider going back next time we’re in the area.

    Sam2018-07-31T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Cottage


    Accommodates

    3


    Bedrooms

    2

    Llandilo, Pembrokeshire, United Kingdom

    Brithdir Mawr is an Eco-Community formed in 1994, currently 13 adults and 5 children. We live on an 80 acre restored farm nestled at the foot of Carn Ingli in Pembrokeshire National Park. The Community is off grid for electricity and uses the water from the mountain spring. We have outdoor composting toilets and bathrooms with showers that guests share with the rest of the Community. We have a four private rooms available, plus a dormitory space. This posting is for our Yard Room.
    If you are interested in community living or self-sufficiency this is the place for you. We have been a community for over twenty years you can learn more about us by joining one of our tours or even volunteering here. Have a look on our website for more details. We also run training courses and events which could help to make your trip a really memorable experience. The Yard room is a cosy, private room just off our central courtyard, screened by shrubs and herbs (help yourself to the mint!). It is a double room, and pets are welcome. Facilities are basic, comprising a wood burner, set of drawers, table and chair, but the surroundings are beautiful. We absolutely love it here and hope you will too. We look forward to sharing it with you!
    We live in a beautiful area of Pembrokeshire National Park, next to Carn Ingli and the Preseli Mountains. Ty Cannol, an ancient oak woodland, and the stunning coastline are both within walking distance, as is the charming village of Newport, boasting a fine array of pubs, cafes and restaurants. The Pembrokeshire Coastal path was recently voted one of the top ten long distance walks in the world. There is minimal light pollution here, so the night skies can be breath taking, and there is always loads of wildlife to see and hear, including dormice, bats and owls.
    Room Type

    Private room


    Property Type

    House


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Pembrokeshire, Wales, United Kingdom

    Ramsey Cottage is set in The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. It enjoys fantastic views across the natural grounds, large gardens, Rosebush Reservoir and The Preseli Hills. Centrally located , it is ideally placed for exploring Pembrokeshire. The Coastal Path is within easy reach being a 15 minute drive away. Ramsey Cottage is a converted barn on the end of The Old Coach House, the owners’ home. It is fully self contained and has all the privacy required to ensure a relaxing holiday.
    The downstairs accommodation consists of an open plan living/dining/kitchen area with dual aspects and French windows opening out onto the patio and gardens. The kitchen is fully equipped and has ceramic hob cooker, microwave, fridge and dishwasher. There is a shared laundry room on site with washing machine and tumble dryer. An extensive DVD library is also available to guests.
    In Rosebush just 4 minutes away by car there is the pub Tafarn Sinc which serves real ales and good food. There is also a cheese farm, Pant Mawr, where you will be able to taste and buy artisan award winning cheese. A mile further on brings you to Maenclochog village where there is a thriving convenience shop, cafe and petrol station.
  • Sue was VERY efficient/quick at responding to all our questions which made our last min booking quick and easy. The cottage was cosy, clean and warm and had all we needed for us and our boys (9 and 7 yrs). They loved the dog and the garden and we had lovely beach walks etc. Thanks for a fab stay.

    Sally2020-01-05T00:00:00Z
  • Excellent property, immaculately presented and super views over the reservoir. We were very well accommodated with two children and dogs. A well equipped kitchen and lovely gardens. Private and safe parking also.

    Simon2019-11-01T00:00:00Z
  • Stunning views and setting - so peaceful. We had everything we needed for our family getaway and Sue is the perfect host - very helpful and friendly but not overbearing. There is so much to do in Pembrokeshire too! We will definitely return.

    Megan2019-10-29T00:00:00Z
  • We really enjoyed our time in this lovely cottage. Sue and John were welcoming and of good advice for nice walks in the area.

    Frank2019-10-18T00:00:00Z
  • Great place. Nice location to explore Pembrokeshire and easy to get to. Very comfortable property, had 4 adults and a dog. Plenty of room inside and the garden is amazing with beautiful views. Everything you could want in the house and extremely clean. Hosts are super friendly and helpful. Would absolutely recommend this place.

    Alexander2019-05-07T00:00:00Z
  • Wonderful location with a beautiful view. Everything that you need for a very comfortable stay including good kitchen facilities and a selection of stay-in DVDs/games/puzzles/wifi if in need of shelter from the weather. Great walks from the doorstep. Quiet and in close reach of the best of Pembrokeshire.

    Lucy2019-04-28T00:00:00Z
  • Great place to stay!

    Emma2019-04-22T00:00:00Z
  • We had a lovely stay at Ramsey Cottage. The accommodation is of very good standard throughout and the garden is magnificent. There are fabulous long distance views and the location is so quiet all you hear is the sheep bleating. Sue was a great host; the cottage is furnished with good taste and it was lovely to find milk in the fridge and Welsh cakes to greet us on arrival! There is also a well stocked DVD library in case of a rainy day! Ramsey Cottage provided excellent accommodation for 2 adults 2 teens and a dog: the latter made herself quite at home in the alcove under the wooden stairs! And what to say of the surrounding area? We had an interesting walk around the disused quarry in Rosebush on the first day and then we spent the rest of the time exploring the fantastic coast line further afield, walking on the coastal path and visiting beaches close by such as Newport Sands and Barafundle. It was our first time in Pembrokeshire and the holidays exceeded our expectations. We will definitely visit again.

    Anna2019-04-19T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Cottage


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    2

    Rosebush, Wales, United Kingdom

    Small and bijou, the cave is self contained, unique and has everything you need for a one night stop or week away. Pembrokeshire is the most wonderful area to explore and The Cave offers a relaxing, spot to land. Centrally placed, you can start here.
    Solar heat and light with a log burner- we're not heavy on the environment. Compact but everything you need for overnight or longer. The last occupants came for a month and stayed nearly 2 years! Ideal for 2 but sleeps 4 for a short stay.
    We are in a country village only 20 minutes from the sea- best of both worlds!
  • Exactly what it says on the tin! The Cave is a lovely, cosy little space; just the right size for 2 people. Julie was brilliant and super flexible with timings, as well as leaving us the essentials for a few days' stay (including fresh duck eggs..). Would love to return at some point.

    Andrew2019-09-30T00:00:00Z
  • The Cave is an absolutely gorgeous place for anyone wanting to visit Pembrookshire. An unbelievably cosy, clean and quirky space, we were completely charmed by it and found the hospitality fantastic.

    Phil2019-09-01T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely snug place - compact but everything you need to hand . Great location for scouting around Pembrokeshire. We were made very welcome and loved “The Cave” just what we needed.

    Christine2019-08-26T00:00:00Z
  • A unique and special place to be. Julie is an exceptional host, who has great knowledge of the local area and is so accommodating and welcoming. The Cave is a quirky alternative to the traditional B&B, it is cosy and welcoming and fun, just like Julie and don't forget the ducks, geese and other colorful local wildlife! I would highly recommend a visit.

    Brid2019-08-10T00:00:00Z
  • The cave was a surprise to the family and it didn't disappoint. Our children enjoyed the company of the ducks, rabbits & cats and Julie was ever so good with showing them around. The wife commented on how she felt she got the best sleep she's had in a while, result. Location was ideal for access to surrounding areas, would liked to have stayed a couple of days longer.

    Naeem2019-07-30T00:00:00Z
  • The cave was just what we needed to get away for a few relaxing days, Julie and her partner were lovely, friendly and so welcoming.

    Jacqui2019-07-26T00:00:00Z
  • Julie’s place is a beautiful, rural and peaceful hideaway, a perfect spot for getting away from a busy city life for a summer. The ‘cave’ has everything you need for your stay, fully equipped kitchen, wet room, large sitting room with wood burning fire and cosy double bedroom. The ‘cave’ is located in a little courtyard with a menagerie of animals running free, the ducks and bunnies are particularly entertaining. With some outdoor seating for al fresco dining. Julie is a warm, caring host, going out of her way to ensure your stay is comfortable. She also puts some special extras in the kitchen like fresh duck eggs and milk. I couldn’t recommend this place enough. It will exceed your expectations.

    Bethany2019-07-19T00:00:00Z
  • We had a lovely weekend at Julie's Cave. She is a warm, welcoming, generous and informative host. The Cave is great value, snug and very well provisioned, in a lovely quiet location.

    Fiona2019-06-16T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Guesthouse


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    1

    Puncheston, Pembrokeshire, United Kingdom

    This cute writer's cabin is snug all year round and set in the heart of Pembrokeshire so easy to both coasts and all the best beaches. Set down its own track you'll have privacy and amazing views, a veranda and woodburners! WIFI but not for streaming/downloading Close to Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, parks, the beach. You’ll love my place because of the location, views, and cosiness. My place is good for couples, solo adventurers, and furry friends (pets) can stay for a small fee £15 per pet
    Stay in my traditional 1930s Pembrokeshire 'tin' cottage and explore one of the most beautiful areas of Great Britain. What's included? Basically just bring yourselves, and food and drink. The bed is made ready for you with 100% cotton linen, towels & teatowels provided, fresh dishcloth every time (and washing up liquid, and liquid soap, and first few toilet rolls). First basket of logs (and kindling, paper, matches) for the woodburner. The kitchen is equipped. All you need is to relax, get out on the veranda with your drink of choice, and soak in the huge open view. You can easily access the beaches on the South or West coasts of Pembrokeshire, walk the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park footpath or walk from the door to Llys Y Fran country park (lake). You can hire a bike at the country park or enjoy the cafe. See the beaches at Tenby, the foodie shops at nearby Narberth or beautiful St Davids. The cottage is very well insulated and heated by two woodburners and also electric heaters in every room. There is a shower in the bathroom. You get the whole cottage, pivately situated down a track with big open views of the Pembrokeshire countryside. The cottage, newly renovated with new tin, insulated, double glazing on the 1920s windows etc, and two woodburners (one inside, one on the veranda) as well as a small kitchen and shower room. The bedroom has one double bed and a hammock on the veranda for summer evenings. Nearby you'll find small market towns, good restaurants, great walking and the country park at Llys Y Fran just a couple of fields away. You can walk to an off-road 4x4 centre for a fun day out. Signed footpaths start on the edge of your field. This is a great location for dogs - you've a couple of acres of enclosed land away from any roads. Nearest train station is Clarbeston Road (6 miles). Hairdryer included. WIFI is available but might be limited - not for downloading/streaming and there is mobile phone signal on 3, 02, EE, Orange, T-mobile, Vodaphone - we haven't tried others but probably all networks fine. Guest Access You get the self-contained cabin/cottage to yourselves, entirely self-contained and private. Shared use of a two acre field with one other property (not always occupied). Interaction with Guests I live in Cardiff but I have a local housekeeper who manages the property - very private setup, with keysafe entry etc so late arrival is OK. Nobody to hassle you :) The property manager and housekeeper live locally if required. The Neighbourhood This is the one of the finest landscapes in the UK, and the least-spoiled. If you haven't been here before you'll be amazed by the beaches, warmed by the local welcome, and relaxed by the laid-back feeling. It really is an amazing area, and if I ever choose to move back to the UK there's only one place I'd consider - right here. Llys-y-Fran Country Park & lake - walkable (bike hire, café etc) 4x4 adventure driving - walkable Choice of local walks. Blue Lagoon - amazing pools & spa facilities - 8 mile/ 16 mins. Narberth - one of most charming towns in Wales - 10 mile/ 20 mins. Tenby - beaches, art, boat trips to Caldey island - 20 mile/ 35 mins. Choice of Blue Flag beaches - about 30 mins. Coastal footpath is amazing. Pembrokeshire county guide Coasteering adventure - 15 mile/ 30 mins. 51 forts and castles to see in county! Your are just a couple of miles from the Preseli Mountains! Goodwick harbour - (day-trips to Ireland, beach) 14 mile/25 mins. Fishguard - (harbour, cafes & art galleries) - 12 mile/ 20 mins. Tafarn Sinc - Rosebush - famous tavern, 4 miles/ 10 mins. Buy stylish local blankets at Melin Tregwynt Getting Around Nearest train station is 6 miles at Clarbeston Road. To be honest you may be better off with a car in this location. Other Things to Note I'll consider longterm let to writers
  • I had a wonderful week’s stay, and really hope I can do the same again another time (I might even let my husband join me next time). Sitting on the veranda, watching the sunset was a real pleasure. The cabin is cosy and beautifully secluded, but not too far from civilisation if you want some, and the perfect place for me to get heaps of reading done. I have come home completely refreshed. Greg was a fantastic host and very friendly. The information to help me find the cabin was incredibly helpful on my arrival day, as was the local info provided. Many, many thanks.

    Amy2020-02-29T00:00:00Z
  • Even in storm David an irresistible place. Cosy, stylish, smart and brilliantly presented with a very comfy bed and two wood burners. Greg is a great host - very quick to respond to messages and queries as was his housekeeper Gemma. Highly recommended for a quiet escape. A very special haven. Thanks, Greg!

    John2020-02-19T00:00:00Z
  • We really enjoyed our stay here! Beautiful place and location, we will be back!

    Angharad2020-02-16T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely little cabin. We spent 2 nights there and couldn't believe how hot the place got with the wood burner going! Definitely recommend this place for a short break if you want peace and quiet to get away from it all!

    Kerry2020-02-03T00:00:00Z
  • A great little place - no faults. Excellent communication from Greg. I will be back.

    David2020-01-26T00:00:00Z
  • A wonderful view, cosy and relaxing.

    Kay2019-12-27T00:00:00Z
  • Great little cottage, peaceful and lots of outdoor space

    Samantha2019-12-22T00:00:00Z
  • We had such an amazing time switching off and relaxing, will definitely be looking at coming back!

    Carys2019-11-07T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/apt


    Property Type

    Cabin


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    New Moat, Wales, United Kingdom

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