Whisk your partner off for a romantic getaway in a refurbished stone cottage. You’ll be staying in the tiny village of Little Newcastle in an annexe which connects to the owner’s property, on a small farm with various animals around. It’s a great spot to get some quality time with your significant other, either relaxing together or exploring Pembrokeshire.
Enter the property directly into a spacious and airy open-plan kitchen/lounge/diner. The vaulted ceiling, exposed brick and wood burner all honour the building’s history, but there are plenty of modern amenities around as well. Continue through and go down a few steps to get to the bedroom, which has a king-size sleigh-style bed, which adds to the quaint charm of the room. There’s an en-suite shower room with a WC. The annexe doesn’t have a traditional upstairs, but you can climb a ladder to access an attic space/snug where you can read or cwtch with your partner on the sofas. You’ll have a spacious garden with a lawn and patio area, perfect for sunny afternoons. If you get hungry, why not fire up the BBQ for a tasty treat?
You’ll be staying in an area with lots of history and legends. Wolf’s Castle is 3.5 miles away, rumoured to be the spot where the last Welsh wolf died. Fishguard, 7 miles away, has other stories of smugglers, sailors and pirates – it’s also a nice spot for a bit of shopping or a meal out. If you’d like to explore the beautiful coast, take a walk along the Pembrokeshire Coast Path (8.5 miles) which has great geological features and lovely beaches.