This brand new cabin, nestled on the outskirts of the county town of Haverfordwest is perfect for couples or families looking to enjoy Pembrokeshire's unperturbed countryside and world-famous coastal National Park. Guests here are treated to a panorama of pastoral views across lush green farmland, with fresh air and starscapes in abundance.
The lodge itself is a brand new wooden cabin nestled beautifully into its natural surroundings with all amenities provided; a comfortable double bed dominates the main space, with a galley kitchen including cooker, sink, microwave, fridge, kettle, and toaster fitted along one side and a small en-suite bathroom. There's even a crog loft bedroom for the kids giving the adults some evening peace!
Beyond the essentials, this cabin has a stunning log burner, reminiscent of shepherd's huts of old, and the reflection of flickering flames on the golden wood of the cabin creates a cosy and relaxing atmosphere. Here, you have the best of both worlds - leave your phone alone and spend your time basking in the glorious views, or if technology aids your downtime, watch a movie with the kids on the large wall-mounted TV.
You can choose to spend your time here relaxing or take advantage of the facilities on offer with your own personalised fitness retreat. Little Slade Farm offers fitness and wellness activities and classes, meaning you can book in to get fit and healthy amongst the gorgeous backdrop of the Pembrokeshire countryside. With a fire pit for relaxing under the stars after a tiring day and a comfortable bed to retire to afterwards, the cabin has everything you need for an invigorating escape.
You're also in a fantastic position to explore the best that Pembrokeshire has to offer, and oh boy does it offer up some goodies. You're only 8 minutes drive from the coast, where you can join Pembrokeshire's famous 186-mile coastal path, traversing wildlife-laden seaboards, overlooking long-inhabited islands, and gazing out to sea from cliffs dripping with gorse and heather. The sunsets from each of Pembrokeshire's 50 beaches are simply spectacular, from secluded rocky coves to gorgeous golden sands stretching for miles. The cabin is just 300m from a local park with several lovely walks for your dog.
The owners offer personal training locally, for more details visit their website here.
Two sleeping in a double bed, two single beds in a mezzanine loft suitable for children - please note that these single beds are accessed via a ladder.
Ensuite bathroom with WC, wash hand basin, and shower.
Oven and microwave, toaster, kettle, mini-fridge, full sink.
Wi-Fi is available at this property.
Heating and Lighting
Full electric lighting, running hot and cold water, heated by a log burner.
Welcomes 1 well-behaved dog, charged at £15 per booking. Please keeps dogs on leads at all times outside the cabin. There is a brilliant public racecourse for dogs 300m away from the cabin that has several great walks.
Grounds and Nearby
Large decking to the front of the cabin, BBQ and fire pit area nearby.
Parking available beside the structure.
Check in from 2:30PM 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
Haverfordwest Bus and Train Stations are approximately 1 mile away.
Sleeps 4 in open-plan living space: 1 double bed in the centre of the space, with a ladder to access the crog loft which contains two single beds, suitable for two children. There is click clack sofa bed to allow 3 adults or a 3rd child, upon request only.
At the end of the bed is a sofa below a picture window, facing the log burner in the living space. This is also a great place to watch TV at the end of the day. A small kitchen area runs alongside the cabin, with a sink, microwave, mini fridge, and oven, with plenty of cupboard space and a kettle and toaster on the units.
At the very rear of the property is a small shower room with WC.
The decking to the front of the property comes with deck chairs for relaxing in the sun or eating breakfast in the open air, and a few metres from the property is a BBQ area with a BBQ, bench and fire pit for evening meals.
Little Slade Farm is nestled into the countryside surrounding the county town of Haverfordwest. This ancient seat of governance is still overlooked by a majestic ruined castle and is the point of access to many of Pembrokeshire's main towns such as Pembroke and St Davids.
Haverfordwest itself has many supermarkets, chain stores, boutique shops, and cafes, restaurants, and takeaways in abundance. There are plenty of activities based around Haverfordwest including The Palace Cinema and Hanger 5, a large aeroplane hanger beside the runway at Haverfordwest airport full of trampolines!
You're only a few miles from the coast at Little Slade Farm - beautiful blue-flag awarded Broad Haven beach is your closest sandy stretch, with the gorgeous cove at Little Haven only a mile away. Here, you can access the 186 miles of coastal path that runs along the cliffs and beaches of Pembrokeshire - it's the only Coastal National Park in the UK!
Just over half an hour to the northwest of Haverfordwest is St Davids, well known for the cathedral that makes this ancient hamlet Britain's smallest city! It's also known for artisan shops full of unique local produce, and gorgeous cafes such as The Mill, known far and wide for its delicious cooked breakfasts, and Grain, a new outdoor pizza restaurant.
Call in at ancient inns such as The Bishops for a local pint after a walk over to the chapel of St Non, dedicated to the mother of Wales' patron saint perched on the clifftops. From here, visit some of Pembrokeshire's most famous beaches; Whitesands is a long, sweeping stretch of sand a mile from St Davids, and is one of the most accessible and most beautiful beaches in Pembrokeshire. With a car park, cafe, toilets, lifeguards, and ice cream stall on site, you've got everything you need for a day relaxing on the sand.
Alternatively, the pebble dunes of Newgale are the place to be if you're a fan of watersports - Newsurf's surfing shop is the place to visit to hire or buy wetsuits and boards, and you can even book lessons here, too. Become an expert at kite surfing, paddleboarding, or just enjoy this enormous beach overlooking St Bride's Bay.
To the south of the county, the town of Pembroke has a range of amenities including, a bank, post office, supermarket, delicatessen, filling station, chemist, doctor, vets, and more. It has interesting independent shops and a farmer's market held in the town hall fortnightly on Saturdays. Pembroke's most intriguing feature, though, is its fantastic ruined castle, watching over this ancient market town and its millpond moat. Birthplace of Henry VII, this remarkable building is now home to exhibitions, reenactments, and music gigs throughout the summer months.
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