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A compact and cosy renovation of a traditional 1930s Pembrokeshire tin cottage, this unique destination is located right in the heart of the beautiful national park. Perfect for a couple, it is also suitable to stay in year round.

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Rooms: Master double

£308.00 to: £570.00 (based on two staying)

Meals: Self-catering
Open: Year round
Address: , Narberth, Pembrokeshire,
Tel: 0844 5005 101 (local call rate)

Why we've chosen Pembrokeshire Tin Cottage:

This is a beautifully restored example of the tin buildings which used to cover Pembrokeshire, including chapels and shops. This particular cabin dates from the 1930s and has been restored to a very high standard. It enjoys stunning views from its veranda, which is accessible all year thanks to its outside woodburner. In summer, relax in the hammock! Nearby, you can access Llys-y-Fran Country park across the fields and then hire a bike and go around the water on safe tracks or just have lunch in their café overlooking the lake.

The cute cabin is perfect for couples, or a couple and a dog, who will love exploring the 2 acre enclosed field at the front. Venturing out of the cosy cottage, most of West Wales’ famous sights and beaches are accessible within a short journey. Discover unspoilt beaches, pretty market towns and ancient castles.

Truly suitable for any time of year and any weather, the cabin is equipped with double glazed windows, high levels of modern insulation and woodburners inside and out. The two acres of grounds are enclosed and have direct access to an extensive network of footpaths. Nearby it is possible to explore much more of Pembrokeshire’s legacy of tin buildings at the local tin shops or the local pub.


  • The cabin has been recently upgraded with replacement tin, lots of modern insulation, and secondary glazing over the original windows.
  • Woodburner and modern panel heaters.
  • Kitchen area: electric cooker, induction hob, microwave, fridge (with ice-box), toaster
  • Bedroom: Double bed, door to outside and also to shower room
  • Shower room: with heated towel rail and blast heater - towels supplied
  • Veranda: Partially enclosed with extra woodburner, dining, and access over 2 acres of enclosed land


Top eco features at Tin Cottage:

  • clad in tin - recyclable in future

  • lightweight, minimal-impact foundations

  • wood for woodburner from sustainable source

  • low energy bulbs throughout

  • high level of insulation in roof, all walls and floor - recently upgraded

  • double glazed with Pilkington K glass for efficiency behind original windows

  • 'gravel' is recycled waste slate chippings from Welsh slate quarries

  • local craftsmen used throughout in renovation

  • woodburning stopve is one of the most efficient available

  • some vintage & recycled furnishings



Pembrokeshire Tin Cottage, Narberth, West Wales
Nearest train station: Clarbeston Road

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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