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This is gorgeous little cottage for two, which has been tastefully and lovingly converted from an old barn in the middle of the picturesque valleys of Pembrokeshire National Park.

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Rooms: 1 master double
Price:

from £319.00 7 nights up to:£649.00 (based on two staying)

Meals: Self-catering
Open: Year round
Address: The Stone Barn, Llanychaer, Pembrokeshire Coast National Park,
Tel: 0844 5005 101 (local call rate)
 

Why we've chosen The Stone Barn:

Situated at the start of the Gwaun valley, an absolutely delightful area of the Pembrokeshire National Park, this cosy and chic barn conversion is a wonderful mixture of mod cons and original features, ensuring it retains its rustic charm. Sleeping two, it is a great destination for a couple, who will love its cosy interior and romantic secluded location. It stands in the middle of its own land, surrounding on all sides by gorgeous country views, with a public footpath which runs down to the river. The nearby area’s pastures, hedges and woodland have all been specifically cultivated to promote wildlife, so look out for badgers, bats and otters. It is a true haven and a real opportunity to get away from it all. One perhaps unexpected yet wonderful bonus is that the cottage has use of stone stables, a sand arena and railed paddocks, making it ideally suited to those who wish to bring horses.

Features:

  • Kitchen and dining area: High quality utilities throughout, antique elm/pine dining table and chairs, electric hob and oven, large fridge, microwave oven, dishwasher and sink. iPod dock and dvd is provided.
  • Outside: patio /garden with seating area for alfresco dining
  • Underfloor heating throughout 
  • Living area: sofa and easy chair, wood burner, and radio 
  • Bathroom: Groundfloor bath, separate shower, WC and wash hand basin
  • Bedroom: Traditional style double brass bed with Egyptian cotton sheets and bedding
  • Acres of meadows, wildlife habitat and woods

 

Top eco features at The Stone Barn:

 
  • rescue and renovation of existing farm buildings

  • wildlife haven

  • he heating is via a wood pellet boiler (part funded by the Forestry Commission) and solar panels

  • sustainable fossil fuel-free environment

  • hugely insulated and snug

  • low impact dwelling

 

Location

The Stone Barn, Pembrokeshire National Park, Wales
Nearest train station: Fishguard railway station

Directions from station:
Available on booking

Plan your journey by train

Buy rail tickets online and then collect them at any main station.
Bookings usually open 10-12 weeks before your date of travel.

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