Stunning location. As a family with children and dogs the garden is fantastic and safe. Everything you need is here. The underfloor heating is so warm and the fire is lovely. Perfect location for exploring the county. We don't want to leave.
So hoping to stay here Sept 2019 for 2 weeks. This place is fab-u-lous the views ARE amazing and the countryside amazing.....Really hoping stay here for 2 weeks in Sept 2019....Jan will talk to you separately about this.......The Barn conversion is brilliant,cozy, and I WANT ONE!!!......its defo home from home, and having a dog that suffers badly with anxiety issues this home, and it is a home, suits her and us amazingly, Jaz (dog) felt at home after a few days. You don't see Jan or family at all whilst staying here..but please be aware...WIFI is really slow......this is our only real concern apart from lack of scissors!!!
Thank you guys.....Jan, hopefully talk to you soon.
The Protherough Clan
We love coming down to stay. It’s so relaxing and peaceful. We all love it. Jan and Ieaun are great hosts and the welcome surprises are fab.
The whole barn is furnished lovely and makes it feel so homely.
The dog loves coming around especially with the underfloor heating. Can’t wait to go back. It even snowed.
One of our favourite places nearby is the little village of Narbeth, it’s definitely a place to visit.
Gareth Gwyneth and Meg
Place is situated about 6 miles north of St Clears. Takes about 40 minutes to get to Tenby . We have stayed in quite a few dog friendly places over the years. This is without doubt the best. HUGE enclosed area for them to run around in, the underfloor heating kept them quiet in the night time! Spotlessly clean throughout. Good sized rooms, log burner gave off good heat. The home made cakes and local bottle of wine were a welcome surprise. Unfortunately weather wasn’t too kind for us, but I would think, in the summer, would be perfect for alfresco dining. Good outdoor seating,finished off by sitting on the bench with a glass of wine, watching the sun go down. Jan and Ieaun very friendly and welcoming , would love to go back again sometime(when the sun is out!!).
Excellent barn conversion with everything one could ask for. Stunning views across to the Preseli mountains. Close proximity to the coastline and beautiful places like Saundersfoot and Tenby. A visit to The National Botanical Garden of Wales is recommended.
We have just returned after a week in the most beautiful cottage you could wish for. It was huge! Every room was spacious and beautifully decorated. It was spotlessly clean. Everything was provided from lovely thick towels to every kitchen utensil you would need. Jan and Iuen were really friendly and came to welcome us. We really appreciated the wine and cakes on arrival. Even the cows were friendly and came to greet us (cow no. 89 is friendliest!). Really large enclosed garden was safe for our 2 dogs who also had a great time. It would be ideal for families with young children as they will have loads of room to run around. Will definitely be going back. Great base to explore all the main places from.
Have to agree with all previous reviewers, this is a gem of a place, so relaxing, modern, spacious, very friendly owners who live over the road in their farmhouse.
Welcome pack even included a bar of nomnom chocolate, which is made at the chocolate farm less than a mile away, look out the kitchen window to the 2 white flags up the road facing a bungalow, follow that lane for a couple hundred yards, and you arrive. Don't be put off by the old buildings, it is called The Abandoned chocolate factory as it was a few years ago... Extremely friendly young staff who make every effort to explain and show you where they make and hand wrap the bars, its worth just having a look around even if you do not purchase any, but you probably will buy some, the love and lust bars are soo good.
Lamb inn, the village pub does a great Sunday dinner, nothing much to look at this old building, but they know how to make a roast, that beef is so tender, and it does not break the bank either, better booking beforehand, gets busy.
The Spar in the village next to the pub is convenient, St Clears has a selection of shops and takeaways, an easy 7 mile drive. A little further on from there is Laugharne, worth the drive, even has free parking by the river, with the castle looming large before you, and the estuary, no wonder the poet Dylan Thomas lived here and produced a lot of his work, there is a walk "Birthday walk" if that's your thing, very nice with notices of where he would sit and get inspiration for his writing.
All in all a great 2 weeks we spent here, it is a home from home, and will probably sort out any insomnia issues anyone may have, you will sleep well here.
Thanks Jan and Ieuan, will no doubt see you again, I will make sure I bring some Chorley cakes for you to try, though wont be as good as your Welsh cakes!