** 3-night minimum stay all year **
The Writing Shed is nestled in a 20-acre Alpaca farm, it's a truly delightful structure with breathtaking panoramic views of the surrounding luscious countryside.
This luxury cabin and 4 room Suite is located centrally on the peninsular and is ideal to explore, sitting only seven miles from the pretty market town of Narberth, with cafes, pubs, restaurants, delis, boutique shops, and art galleries. Mad Toms restaurant is a must for seafood lovers.
With walks and cycle routes on the cabin's doorstep, there is lots to explore locally, not to mention the secret ancient burial chamber which is nearby.
The Writing Shed is perfectly located to explore the whole of West Wales, there are 60 beaches within easy reach. In colder climes, cosy up around the log burner with a mulled wine in hand, or make use of the cabin's telescope and explore the uninterrupted skies through the panoramic bedroom and living room windows. Whatever the season, this really is a holiday destination to savour.
Many amazing castles nearby with historical myths and legends. There is a private riverbank with fishing rights and a campfire. Fish or relax by the river. Meet the friendly alpaca herd and maybe feed them some apples!
Bedroom with a super king-size bed, bedside tables, wardrobe space... and a telescope!
Ensuite bathroom, bath with shower over, WC, large washbasin and heated towel rail.
A well-equipped area with a two hob top of the counter stove, sink, microwave, toaster, kettle, small fridge, pan, and crockery.
Wi-Fi is available at this property.
Heating and Lighting
Electricity, hot water, radiators and a log burner (logs provided free of charge).
Grounds and Nearby
A private decking area with a BBQ/fire-pit, outdoor seating, and plenty of secluded country-side as The Writing Shed is set within 20 acres of farmland. Bikeshed also available.
Private off-road parking for two vehicles, EV charging also available.
Check in from 4:00PM and check out by 10:00AMThese are recommended check-in/out times to allow Covid-19 sanitisation, earlier/later times may be available by request with the owner
Nearest train station: Clunderwen, 4.5 miles; or for more major connections, Whitland, 6.3 miles.
This delightful cabin consists of a suite of four rooms; including a super-king bedroom, equipped with a fabulous panoramic window, a stylishly finished luxury ensuite bathroom, a separate cosy sitting area, and The Writing Shed with a characterful unique kitchen and a cosy cwtch with a charming log fire.
Lounge area with two leather armchairs - which sit in front of the phenomenal panoramic window, a large tv, coffee table, a contemporary full-length wall radiator, and an area for making tea/coffee.
Kitchen/Cwtch is separated from the main living quarters - this very unique and stylish setup is like no other. It offers a tastefully designed snug and kitchen space which is well equipped with a charming log burner, two-seater sofa, a two hob top of counter stove, sink, microwave, toaster, kettle, small fridge, pan, and crockery.
Bedroom with a super king-size bed, picture window which has uninterrupted views of the countryside and skies, the room is equipped with a large telescope to explore the sights on offer. The luxury area has been dressed with a dresser, chest of drawers, two bedside cabinets, a compact wardrobe space, a full-length mirror, and an armchair. All brightly lit by the natural light allowed in from the window and skylight.
Bathroom an elegantly dressed room, with a large bath, over shower, w/c, large hand basin, heated towel rail, the character of the room is heightened by the rustic finish seen woodwork throughout.
Outside offers a private decking area with a BBQ/fire-pit, a magnificent outdoor bathtub, outdoor seating, and plenty of secluded countryside as The Writing Shed is set within 20 acres of farmland.
Mobile signal and WiFi The Writing Shed offers a strong WiFi connection and 4G is available in the area on most networks.
Pembrokeshire is renowned for its breathtaking expanse of pristine coastline - voted the second-best in the world by National Geographic. There are a huge variety of beaches, craggy coves, hidden caves, and some truly inspirational coastal walks. There are many blue flag beaches offering ultra-clean waters which are popular for coasteering, surfing, and swimming, particularly in the summer months.
Along the East coast, some of the more popular beaches include Tenby, Freshwater, Saundersfoot, Barafundle Bay or Stackpole Quay, while to the West visit Marloes, Dale, Broad Haven, Newgale, Whitesands, Abereiddy or the Blue Lagoon. There are a huge variety of lesser-known beaches to be discovered if you're looking for a bit more seclusion.
'Little England beyond Wales' - South Pembrokeshire
South Pembrokeshire is a tranquil corner of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park with excellent walks through open countryside and along the picturesque tidal estuary. Cyclists are well catered for with a cycle route nearby and for those who like to mess about on the river, there is kayaking/boating from tidal creeks.
Castle Country - South Pembrokeshire
This is also 'castle country' - Carew Castle ruins with its tidal mill and mighty Pembroke Castle which dominates the ancient town of Pembroke are both nearby and within a short drive is Manorbier Castle overlooking the beautiful sandy cove - a favourite with generations of families.
Pembrokeshire Days Out
Pembrokeshire has both theme and fun parks (including Oakwood, Wild Welsh Zoo and Folly Farm) for all ages, embark on world-beating walks along the famous Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, relax on stunning beaches, take boat trips to the bird islands, visit the seaside resorts of Tenby and Saundersfoot or simply just revel in Upton Castle's beautiful grounds.
You can easily while away a day or two in Narberth itself - voted one of the Top 10 High streets in the UK with its boutique shops, galleries, delicatessens, cafes and restaurants.
Our top picks for lunch are: Ultra Comida (tasty Spanish breakfast, lunch and dinner - book a table!), Top Joe's Pizza (Artisanal Pizzeria), PlumVanilla Cafe (delicious cakes, coffee and light bights).
The medieval walled town of Tenby with its picturesque harbour is a popular seaside resort. Interesting little shops, galleries, pubs, restaurants, cobbled streets and 5 glorious beaches (Blue Flag) to choose from. Tenby harbour has a thriving boating and fishing community - try your hand on a mackerel fishing trip or take a boat trip over to the holy island of Caldey.
The county town of Pembrokeshire is rich in historic buildings, cultural heritage and boasts several riverside walks and green areas. A wonderful place to visit encompassing both independent boutique shops run by local retailers alongside national high street brands. Ensuring your visit is one that you will want to make time and time again.
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