Y Beudy

Clunderwen
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REF NO. EB002
Sleeps 4 · Bedrooms 2
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Key Info
  • Wi-Fi
  • Parking Space
  • Log Burner
  • Children Welcome
  • Babies Welcome
  • Towels Provided
Overview
Y Beudy, meaning 'The Cowshed', is a beautiful 2 bedroom countryside barn conversion situated on a 10 acre smallholding at the foot of the enchanting Preseli Hills in Clunderwen, a small village situated just off the A40 in the heart of Pembrokeshire, the UK's only coastal National Park.

Recently refurbished, this cottage offers families, couples or friends a comfortable holiday escape with peace, relaxation and refreshing countryside walks. Cycling enthusiasts will also love this location with plenty of beautiful countryside to discover.

The popular boutique town of Narberth is just 3 miles away and is home to a fine collection of bespoke independent shops, restaurants, pubs, and cafés. Eclectic Narberth is also host to an array of activities from golf and cycling in nearby Canaston Woods to live music and comedy nights at the Queens Hall. A great base to explore all the delights of the north and south of Pembrokeshire.

Accommodation Details

Sleeps 4 No Pets

Open plan kitchen/diner with electric cooker, oven, fridge and separate freezer, dishwasher, dining table and sofa. Utility room, washing machine, microwave and sink area. Lounge with Smart TV, DVD player, Wi Fi, CD player, log fire, patio doors leading on to private patio area with seating. Bedroom 1, with double bed, Bedroom 2, with twin beds. Bathroom with bath/shower over, WC, whb. Parking, ample on-site parking. Rent inclusive of electricity, central heating and logs for wood burner. Duvets, bed linen and towels provided. This property has a natural spring water supply. Non-smoking. 2pm takeover.

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