These single storey beautifully appointed cottages are ideal for touring the beautiful West Wales peninsula, the Brecon Beacons, the Pembrokeshire Coastal path and the Millennium Coastal Park. Pembroke and Kilgetty castles, the Teifi Valley, Cenarth salmon leap waterfalls, and the Llys-Y-Fran reservoir offer a feast for the eyes, while the Gwilli Steam Railway and the fabulous Oakwood Theme Park guarantee fun for all the family. There are restaurants and takeaways within 3 miles.
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It's a lovely area quiet peaceful and enjoyable
Bit out of the way but ok for a relaxing break
Home away from home, we thoroughly enjoyed.
Fab place great value for money very nice staff we intend to return again later in the year
Lovely place as long as you like remote places not even a shop but it suited us fine spotlessly clean we loved it
Lovely peaceful setting,
Difficult to find though, possibly include a little map with the booking information,
Staff very helpful in giving directions when contacted though.
Not much to do it the area got very bored as the week went on.
lovely cottage, very clean and tidy.
Site clean and tidy, but slightly remote from shops etc.
The property was clean and tidy and well fitted out. The surrounding area is beautiful. The Brecon Beacons and the Pembrokshire coastline are just stunning. The property is surrounded by farmland and very peaceful.
beautiful, peaceful spot for a nice relaxing break. Sauna was lovely
lovely lodge with a sauna and good location for a peace and quiet break but still close to amenities.
We will be revisiting again lovely cottage and great value for money
Idillic spot in the country with views , this was a carefully selected picture of a cottage facing a completely different direction our view was directly into a caravan window we weren't informed that the cottages were sited on a caravan park, we were overlooked it was like staying in a goldfish bowl. Had I known this at the time of booking I would have paid extra and booked the bigger cottage with the View.The sauna was a laugh at 4ft 11 I had difficulty sitting on the lower shelf it was snug , and had no chance of getting higher, my husband who is 5ft10 managed to get onto the top shelf but had difficulty getting down as there is no room to safely swing round as the heater is in the way . The country lane wasn't an issue as others have said after all this is Wales . The Shop in the village was well stocked and handy .
I have issues with the wheelchair access while you may gain access to the property the bathroom was totally unsuitable , not a wet room maybe they have one cottage adapted please check beforehand .
The area is central to most attractions an we had a number of days out. The weather was good and we were able to walk the lanes there is a little nature walk opposite the cottages the cottage is out of the way and you have to drive to the nearest village again not a problem we were looking for idillic and secluded unfortunately the caravans detracted from that .No dogs allowed in the cottages but surrounded by dogs from the caravan park.
Superb accommodation, if a little isolated. Quality of furnishings and equipment was excellent. The week we were there, the weather was excellent. This combined with the fantastic accommodation made for a thoroughly enjoyable week.