Set under the Preseli Hills, Y Bwthyn is a beautifully converted old stone and slate-roofed barn situated well off the road in a tranquil countryside setting. Numerous tiny windows frame glimpses of the garden in which it is set – a garden which is so lovely it has been featured in magazines and on television. Inside, there is a wood burning stove and a counter-weighted stair to access the sleeping loft, and the cottage is filled with books and paintings. There isn’t a television so you can enjoy a few days being blissfully disconnected from the stresses and strains of the rest of the world. All around you wildlife, historic monuments, standing stones and cliff-top walks abound.
Optional bed linen and bath towels can be supplied for an extra charge of £30 for the king-size bed and £20 for the single.
Well-behaved dogs are welcome; there is a charge of £10 per dog per stay and a maximum of 2 dogs.
Electricity and unlimited logs for the wood burner are included all year round.
National Geographic has named Pembrokeshire the second best coastline in the world and it is not hard to see why. Quiet and comfortable, this cottage is nothing short of idyllic.