Lovingly restored by hand this one bedroom wood clad cabin sits nestled in your own private slice of secluded natural bliss. Experience bird song and nature as you enjoy panoramic views of Pembrokeshire's stunning country side. The cottage is part of a 9-acre ex dairy farm. We live in the 200 year old Farm House next door. Enjoy wine on the deck while watching the sunset, relax after a day of exploring in the roll top bath, or put your feet up by the log fire.
“Jasna i przestronna przestrzeń z niesamowitymi widokami na okolicę. Kabina jest dokładnie taka, jak opisano, a gospodarze szybko reagują i dostosowują się do naszych potrzeb. Ogród nie jest ogrodzony, ale nie mieliśmy problemu z naszymi 2 psami, po prostu musiałem ich pilnować. Mieliśmy najlepszy pobyt i na pewno wrócimy na kolejne wakacje!”
A beautifully converted stone barn set in the heart of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park on a small, quiet farm above the dramatic Craig Rhos-y-felin, source of some of the Stonehenge bluestones. Moorland and riverside walks from the cottage gate. We have converted Hafod Wnnog Dairy to form a cosy, quiet cottage in a picturesque location at the foot of the Preseli hills overlooking fields and the wooded valley of Craig Rhos-y-felin, a dramatic rocky outcrop and Neolithic quarry.
Clydfan (means 'cosy cottage' in Welsh) is one of two south-facing former quarryman's cottages looking toward the Preseli mountains. Originally two-up-two-down, the cottage was extended to the west in the 1970s for a kitchen and bathroom to be added and the two downstairs rooms are now a tiled through lounge. It's small, but set in a large garden; part wild and part lawned, so plenty of places to hide in. Footpaths lead to the slate quarries and to Glogue.