Available for weekly bookings, changeover day being Saturday.
Alternative lengths of stay might be possible in the winter months, please enquire.
Our barn at East Orielton is a delightful conversion divided into two units. Swallows cottage and Wagtail cottage.
Wagtail, the smaller of the two properties comprises, two bedrooms – one double and one twin and sleeps up to 4 people. The spacious ground floor comprises a tastefully decorated living room with beamed ceiling, underfloor heating and a wood burning stove for ultimate evening cosiness! There is a TV/DVD player. Wifi is available throughout the cottage. French doors open from the living room into an enclosed, private garden which backs on to beautiful woodland. Step outside and listen to a stunning chorus of birdsong on warm spring, summer and even autumn mornings. A pretty garden set with parasol is also provided and assembled for use during the summer months.
The open plan well equipped kitchen is fitted with spacious oak units, washing machine and has a large dining area, including a pitch pine painted wooden pew. Please note there is no dishwasher at this property. The underfloor heating covers the whole of the ground floor area including the downstairs bathroom with bath/shower/sink and double cupboard beneath.
Upstairs, both bedrooms are a good size and are very comfortable with lovely barn features such as sloping ceilings and exposed A frames. Bedding and towels are provided as well as a welcome basket of logs.
PLEASE NOTE **Strictly no smoking in the house, and sorry pets are not allowed**
There is a dedicated parking space to the front of the property.
Wagtail is situated in a farm yard setting, backing on to Orielton Wood. There is a diverse bird population that can be seen in and around the garden. Regular sightings of wagtails, swallows, lesser spotted woodpeckers, jays, buzzards and numerous other species are there to be seen, to name but a few.
Locally we have some spectacular beaches and visitor attractions all within a five mile radius of the barn. Protected by their National Park status Pembrokeshire’s beaches have some of the cleanest waters and sands with many awards to show for it; eleven blue flags; twelve green coast, eleven seaside, and twenty one rural seaside awards! That makes Pembrokeshire beaches the best in Wales.– Broad Haven South, Freshwater West, Barfundle Bay, Bosherston Lilyponds with tea shop and cosy local pub the St Govan's Inn nearby, Freshwater East, Pembroke Castle (the birth place of Henry VII with its spooky cavern beneath), Carew Castle, and a couple of miles further on from Freshwater West is Angle beach with its lovely beach cafe and easy parking.
There are numerous restaurants to eat out, supermarkets within easy driving distance and all sorts of other attractions for all ages, Manor Farm, Blue Lagoon indoor swimming resort (part of the Bluestone holiday complex but also open to the general public), Heatherton Adventure Park. Folly Farm and Oakwood Park.