Nestled in a splendid coastal location near the beautiful golden sands and crystal waters of Freshwater East Beach, this traditional Welsh barn conversion has been restored to the highest standard. Retaining much of its original charm and character, it makes the perfect retreat whatever time of the year. Pembrokeshire, home to fabulous beaches, picturesque coastal resorts and majestic sites, is the perfect destination to unwind and relax or explore until your hearts content. The unblemished beaches of Barafundle Bay, Broadhaven and Freshwater East are just a few worthy of a visit and provide spectacular cliff top walks along the glistening coast - ideal for water based activities such as kayaking, surfing or coasteering.
The cottage is beautifully positioned in three acres of mature grounds, along with other holiday properties and adjacent to the owner’s magnificent Georgian country guest house, dating back to the early 19th Century. It has been lovingly put together with a spacious living area, cosy bedrooms and well-equipped kitchen and bathroom with all the contemporary amenities added for that unforgettable holiday experience. Outside, relax and unwind in the extensive grounds and enjoy alfresco dining, or for the more active, take a short walk to the coast and discover Pembrokeshire’s iconic coastal path which stretches 186 miles along its spectacular coastline.
Nearby, the bustling coastal resort of Tenby is well worth a visit and is scattered with numerous cafés, eclectic gift shops and highly acclaimed restaurants. Wander the narrow streets and visit the resorts award-winning Harbour Beach, voted ‘Europe’s number 1’ beach due to its sheltered bay and clear waters. Take a boat trip ride from the tranquil harbour to the offshore island of Caldey and visit the Celtic Monastery and Cistercian Monks who have made it a holy island for hundreds of years. Away from the coast, Pembrokeshire’s rolling countryside is just as promising and is dotted with numerous majestic sites waiting to be explored including Carew, Manorbier and Pembroke Castles, as well as the magnificent 12th Century cathedral and ruins of Bishops Palace, tucked away peacefully towards the North of the county at Britain’s smallest city of St Davids. A trip to the county would not be complete without a visit to the leisure attractions of Oakwood, Anna’s Welsh Zoo and Folly Farm.
The Bullpen can be booked with The Coach House (CC631102), Gardener’s Cottage (CC631103), The Hen House (CC631104), The Dairy (CC631105), Upper Old Farmhouse (CC631107) and Lower Old Farmhouse (CC631108) to accommodate larger parties of up to 37 guests.
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The property is all on the ground floor, has oil central heating and comprises:
Open plan living space: With wooden floor.
Lounge area: With double sofa bed, electric coal-effect fire, 32" Freeview TV, DVD player, CD player and French doors.
Kitchen area: Galley-style with electric cooker, microwave, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, washing machine and tumble dryer.
Bedroom 1: With double bed and en-suite with shower and WC.
All oil, electric, bed linen and towels included. Travel cot and highchair available on request. Single fold-out bed available. Wi-Fi.
Small courtyard with garden furniture. Shared three acres of natural, unspoilt grounds with patio and garden furniture. Bike store. Private parking for two cars.
This property is inspected and quality graded by Visit Wales’ own inspection team and we are advised by them that the property is 4*. Please note: There is an unfenced pond in the grounds, 100 yards.
Nearest railway station
Railway station distance
0.5 miles (beach)