A beautiful semi-detached barn, set on a working farm, in beautiful Pembrokeshire countryside. Short drive to beautiful beaches, towns and a plethora of historic castles and attractions to enjoy.
Stay in peaceful surroundings in the heart of the Welsh countryside, enjoying close proximity to the beautiful Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and charming market towns all around. Located on a working farm with 55 acres of surrounding land, this property is ideally suited to any eager outdoor explorers. A romantic choice that perfectly suits two guests staying together, the accommodation promises cosy evenings in by a roaring fire or the chance to admire the view from a shared hot tub. You can even bring along two dogs to truly enhance your experience.
The delightful barn conversion features a warm and inviting aesthetic with contemporary interiors, the ideal choice for any modern couple. Soak up the grandeur of the vaulted ceiling with sturdy original beams, finding an open-plan living space with a galleried bedroom at the top of the property. The sociable lounge, diner and kitchen offers you the chance to plan for days ahead whilst cooking, eating or relaxing together on the sofas, and a wood burner keeps this space warm and cosy throughout the winter months. When it’s time for bed, you’ll find a sumptuous king-size waiting for you upstairs, the ideal end to an evening spent in the hot tub or dining alfresco.
Discover the UK’s only coastal national park just 7 miles away, taking a trip to Wiseman’s Bridge (7.5 miles), Saundersfoot (10 miles) or the bustling hotspot of Tenby (13 miles) nearby. These three unbeatable seaside spots can offer miles upon miles of sandy shores, as well as being connected via the coastal path that offers an excellent route for walks. Take time to visit Pembroke when staying here (16.5 miles), losing yourself in an afternoon at the medieval castle or moseying around shops, stopping off in a local pub or eatery before calling it a day.