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Boutique barn, amazing location. National Park

SuperhostCresselly, Pembrokeshire, United Kingdom
Entire cottage hosted by Sally
4 guests2 bedrooms3 beds1 bathroom
Entire home
You’ll have the cottage to yourself.
Sparkling clean
4 recent guests said this place was sparkling clean.
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Great location
100% of recent guests gave the location a 5-star rating.
Perfectly placed for a holiday, excellent central location. Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Stable Cottage is a gorgeous warm and cosy well appointed stone barn conversion surrounded by fields & woodland. 10 minute walk down lane to village, Norman Castle, the lovely Carew Inn, Mill Pond, estuary, tea rooms, wildlife. Well placed to drive 10 minutes to beaches in Tenby, Saundersfoot, Manorbier, Barafundle etc also tourist attractions, pubs, restaurants, market towns and much more.

The space
A great central location both on the farm and to access some beautiful parts of South Pembrokeshire either on foot, bike or car. The cottage has some beautiful features, even wood that was originally growing on the farm. Terracotta tiled floor downstairs with under floor heating. radiators, heated towel rail upstairs. Sisal covered stairs and landing, velux roof lights.
First bedroom, upstairs a king size double, top of the range mattress and cotton sheets, bespoke fitted cupboards and hanging space, soft wool carpet. All made up before arrival.
Bathroom has a bath with overhead shower and glass shower screen, a laminated floor. Bath towel per person plus a bath mat and hand towel.
Downstairs is a cabin style twin room, full size single bunk beds, fitted painted wooden cupboard for hanging/shelves and a Pembrokeshire oak floor.
The Living space has a fully fitted horseshoe shaped kitchen, electric oven, hob, microwave, toaster, kettle, fridge. There are 2 sofas, a coffee table, TV, DVD player a list of films to borrow, radio/CD/ iPod dock. An antique oak dining table and chairs, floor rugs. Deep freeze, washing machine and large sink are in the utility area at the rear of the cottage, this also has an under cover car space and endless safe storage for bikes, kayaks, surf boards etc.
We can even accommodate horses by arrangement, stabled or grass keep with great riding and lots of room to park lorries or trailers.
A private, enclosed garden out of the stable door at the back of the cottage is terraced, a raised decked area plus table and chairs, low stone walls and a gravelled lower area. The whole farm has many grass lawns and other garden areas surrounding Stable Cottage.

Guest access
The whole cottage. Relax in a private enclosed garden area to the rear which is terraced in stone, wooden decking and part gravelled, with pots of geraniums, herbs, a climbing honeysuckle, outside table and seating, barbecue. 10 minute walk down lane into Carew village over a footbridge at the ford or straight down the fields on public footpath around 500m from Stable Cottage. Masses of outside space to wander. Private utility area with garage space for one car, a washing machine and large sink, ideal for washing down and storing wetsuits, surf boards, bikes etc.

Other things to note
Weekly bookings from Friday to Friday are preferred and insisted upon in the school holidays, all options considered for the rest of the year.
Perfectly placed for a holiday, excellent central location. Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Stable Cottage is a gorgeous warm and cosy well appointed stone barn conversion surrounded by fields & woodland.…

Sleeping arrangements

Bedroom 1
1 king bed
Bedroom 2
1 bunk bed

Amenities

Free parking on premises
Wifi
Kitchen
Iron
Hangers
TV
Hair dryer
Washing machine
Heating
Carbon monoxide alarm

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Cresselly, Pembrokeshire, United Kingdom

Known across the world for its legendary coastal scenery and protected by Britain’s only coastal National Park, Pembrokeshire is the perfect holiday destination. Golden sands backed by towering cliffs teeming with wildlife that are just as beautiful in summer was they are in winter.

There is a huge choice of award winning golden sandy beaches to visit, Stable Cottage is in a central spot to reach so many of them. Head west to Barafundle again recently voted top 10 in the World, Freshwater West holds surf championships and always worth a visit, Cafe Mor is there through the summer (fab local 'street food'). Manorbier, Tenby and Saundersfoot are amongst the Blue flag awards winners and so many more magical spots to discover in between.

There are many castles. Walk to Carew, an C11th Norman castle. Visit Pembroke where King Henry VII was born, Manorbier castle overlooking the beach, Llawhaden on the 'Landsker' line and many more.

There are many events on in the county. Films, plays and shows at The Torch Theatre, Milford Haven. Festivals like Tenby Blues, The Really Wild Festival in St Davids, Big Retreat Wales in Lawrenny. Pembrokeshire County Show, Easter Monday Point-to-Point horse races in Lydstep, Martletwy Agricultural Show. Iron Man Wales and The Long Course Weekend have made this a mecca for triathlon lovers, we are on the bike route and have taken part in both. This is a brilliant base to go training from.

Being a rural county there is great local produce available in local farm shops and farmer's markets.

Tourist attractions like Heatherton Country Park, Oakwood Theme Park has the biggest wooden roller coaster in Europe, Manor House also known as Annas' Welsh Zoo, doing amazing things for saving the Black Rhino and Sumatran Tigres. Carew Karting, fast and furious.
Carew Inn does a great pub meal and can have live music and outside barbecues. In the summer home made cakes with a cuppa at The French Mill are a must. Lawrenny Arms (also known as The Dog House) for food by the river, The Quay rooms in Lawrenny for lunches and teas, The famous Cresselly Arms at Cresswell Quay is just a drinking pub in the best setting, they have charity barbecues through the summer. Tenby and Saundersfoot have award wining restaurants, pubs and cafes. Plantagenate House, Cafe Vista, Top Joes, Dennis' Cafe, The Moorings, The Sandbar and The South Beach Cafe are amongst our Tenby favourites. Coast in Saudersfoot amongst others.

Narberth is highly recommended for a visit, this small town has bags of character and cafe culture with a high street full of boutique independent shops. Andrew Rees butchers, Four Seasons grocers and Ultracomedia deli are great for foodies.

A day trip to St Davids, the smallest city in Europe. Solva and Porthgain near there too. Skomer Island is a natural paradise to visit by boat, Manx Shearwaters, puffins and seals are amongst the many wildlife to see. Caldey Island, the home of Cistercian Monks is another great way to spend a day, boat regularly leave Tenby harbour, or go on a mackerel fishing trip to catch your tea.

Come and see for yourself and discover more hidden gems!
Known across the world for its legendary coastal scenery and protected by Britain’s only coastal National Park, Pembrokeshire is the perfect holiday destination. Golden sands backed by towering cliffs teeming…

Hosted by Sally

Joined in January 2015
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Being in Pembrokeshire is great, get plenty of outdoor time with the family on the beaches, coast path, cycling, sea swimming. Love being part of the farming community, enjoy being around all animals and the people that look after them. Also a bit of a foodie, artisan local stuff is fab. Exploring other parts of our lovely Great Britain is always exciting, especially catching up with old friends and the odd trip abroad is always fulfilling too. Life is for living, make the most of it.....
Being in Pembrokeshire is great, get plenty of outdoor time with the family on the beaches, coast path, cycling, sea swimming. Love being part of the farming community, enjoy being…
During your stay
We think that we know Pembrokeshire inside out and would be very happy to pass on any information, however you would rather discover the area peacefully for yourselves then you won't be disturbed. The main farmhouse, where we live is about 200m away at the bottom of the farmyard, there many stone buildings but only Stable Cottage has been converted into guest accommodation. New for this year is a romantic boutique retreat self contained Shepherds Hut tucked away in the top of the orchard, B&B is sometimes available in the farmhouse, guests use a front drive. Please enquire if you are a larger group.
We think that we know Pembrokeshire inside out and would be very happy to pass on any information, however you would rather discover the area peacefully for yourselves then you won…
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No smoking
No parties or events
Pets are allowed

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