Cosy and well-equipped cottage with open rafters and stone walls set in a smallholding in the Preseli National Park. Perfect for retreat or romance with miles of walking from the door and a short drive to the Pembrokeshire Coast Path and stunning beaches. You have complete privacy and exclusive access to the cottage and gardens, and you are welcome to stroll in the wild flower meadow you can see from your kitchen window. We live close by should you need help, but do not intrude.
This is a truly beautiful place nestling at the foot of the Preseli Hills. We have a private, filtered water supply (delicious) and private sewage and draining system so provide you with eco friendly cleaning products to help protect our environment. Some of our electricity is generated by photo voltaic panels, though heating is by a highly efficient oil boiler and a wood-burning stove. Most of our fire wood is harvested from our land.
- We accept short break bookings (3 nights min) from end September to end March
- The cottage sleeps just 2 people in a double bed
- Infants should be immobile - the cottage is not safe for walking or crawling children
- We allow just one well-behaved dog with its responsible owners
- We can provide a travel cot and high chair
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If you stay for 2 weeks we will provide clean bedding and towels after 1 week
I am a self-employed wanderer living in rural West Wales on a beautiful small-holding in a National Park. I love the outdoors, cinema, visiting galleries and listening to music. I love gardening and gardens too. I prefer the peaceful life with a little of the busyness of interesting cities for a bit of a contrast. I like to travel independently, but not too often as I love it here where I live. I am married and have a couple of small dogs that we take for walks just about every day, whatever the weather. On our small-holding we have a beautiful and rustic holiday cottage that we let to holiday-makers all year round. It means we understand the importance of respect for hosts and their property.