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The Pembrokeshire Retreat

The Pembrokeshire Retreat

Pembrokeshire, Wales - View map
Ref: 7617

2 Guests

1 Bedroom

No Dogs

No Wifi

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Stay here from £120 per night.

Perfect for a glamping escape with an emphasis on sustainability, The Pembrokeshire Retreat has been designed to sleep 2 adults in tranquil solitude.

Surrounded by woodlands, a stream and stunning far-reaching views of the countryside, The Pembrokeshire Retreat is a rural Idyll for guests wishing to truly relax and chill out. In today’s world, life can seem like a constant rush of deadlines, inboxes and social media, so if the idea of no phones ringing and emails to answer appeals, you've found your place here.

Close to the mystical Preseli mountains and coastal areas of Pembrokeshire, this is an ideal base for walking, coasteering, mountain biking, birdwatching, foraging, beaches, and mountains - there's a great choice of activities to keep you busy planning days out.

The absence of WiFi will afford you the time for peace and tranquillity, time to pursue your passion for the great outdoors, enjoy the sounds of the birds, the stream and crackling fires. The cosy hut provides a home for up to 2 guests with an ensuite bathroom, hot shower and WC, kitchen and living area. This is your chance to rediscover the simpler things in life. What's more, you'll have left a very light footprint on the world during your holiday, making it all the more satisfying.

*** Please Note - The hot-tub is charged at £50 extra per stay ***

  • Sleeping arrangements

    Sleeping a maximum of 2 in a fold-down bed.

  • Bathroom Facilities

    En- suite bathroom with hot shower, composting WC and washbasin.

  • Cooking Facilities

    Cooking in the wood burner oven, gas hob, fire pit and BBQ. The kettle needs to be boiled on top of the log burner.

  • Internet Access

    There is no internet access in this property.

  • Heating and Lighting

    Solar lighting/spotlights indoors. Woodburner for heat. Hot running water in the shower and sinks.

  • Child Policy

    Adults only.

  • Pets Policy

    No Pets

  • Grounds and Nearby

    Lawns, woodlands and a stream. Outdoor seating areas, fire pit and patio area and decking.Very private. Inflatable hot tub (£50 per stay).

  • Parking Information

    Private parking 100m from the hut.

  • Arrival Times

    Check in from 4:00PM and check out by 10:00AM

    These are recommended check-in/out times to allow Covid-19 sanitisation, earlier/later times may be available by request with the owner
  • Public Transport

    Clynderwen railway station is a few miles away.

The Pembrokeshire Retreat has been designed to sleep 2.

To maximise space during the day time the bed folds away to form a seating area during the day. Pillows, duvet, blanket and linen, towels and T towels provided. Reclaimed wooden floor throughout the living area.

Cooking facilities
The hut features a small kitchen area with a wood-burning stove/oven and single gas burning hob, pots and pans, crockery, a good selection of cooking equipment, a sink unit, food storage, kettle and cool box. There is a small wooden worktop for food preparation and everything you could possibly need to cook up a lovely meal.

Just off the kitchen is a small en-suite bathroom with a walk-in hot shower, washbasin and composting WC.

Fuel & Electricity Electricity is sourced from solar panels on the roof of your hut so you'll have spotlights and charging points for your small devices such as phones.

There is a log burner for warmth. You can also use this for boiling the kettle and cooking on if you wish. A starter pack of logs is provided. Additional wood can be purchased onsite for a small contribution.

The raised decking creates an extra space on which to eat your meals, relax with a book or socialise. The pastel pink bistro table & chairs, colourful bunting, sky blue pots with shrubs and plants, outdoor mats and lanterns add a lovely homely touch to this unique little hut. The decking is surrounded by open lawns with benches and neatly formed gravel pathways.

There is an additional dining table outside the hut for summer lunches and breakfasts at dawn.

Stone build firepit/patio area with seating, table and chairs. A great place to enjoy a hot cuppa morning or night to the sound of the crackling flames of the open fire.

There is a selection of outdoor cooking implements available for the portable BBQ. Logs for the open fire pit can be purchased on site.

Inflatable Hot tub (£50 extra per stay).

Please check with your phone provider as the signal is non-existent with some providers. Car parking 100m away from the hut. WiFi is available at the owner's house near the car park should you need it.

The Pembrokeshire Retreat is in an excellent location for exploring the beautiful Pembrokeshire National Park and West Wales, the coast and beaches, historic sites from the neolithic period to the more recent castles and the magnificent cathedral of St Davids. Just a short drive to Narberth, Fishguard, Haverfordwest, Newport and Cardigan.

Adventure galore!
Meet your adventurous side on the wild and unspoilt north coast of Pembrokeshire. Paddle, jump, surf and traverse a magical landscape with Preseli Venture, who offer quality coasteering, sea kayaking and surfing adventures for full or half-days, with fully qualified adventure guides who can take you out to some incredible untouched and beautiful wilderness locations. https://www.preseliventure.co.uk/events/adventure-days/ Discover

The Preseli Mountains
The landscape is wild moorland, heath and grassland and is home to a wide range of plants and invertebrates some of them quite rare. The hills are the ideal location for some great walking away from the coastline. For the best views in Pembrokeshire, pull on your sturdy shoes and take the short walk to Foel Eryr where the 360-degree panorama leads the eye across the sea to Ireland and Snowdonia, if it’s a clear day.

The Preseli Mountains are sparsely populated but there are a few hamlets and villages dotted over the hills. The village of Pontfaen in the Gwaun Valley is home to the famous ‘Bessie’s pub where beer is still served from the barrel and in a jug and also Rosebush, with its community pub made of zinc.

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