|Minimum Stay||3 - 7 nights|
Newly converted in 2015, Cartws is a former carthouse and cowshed which have been linked by a glass-fronted passageway where you can sit and enjoy the panoramic views of the Preseli Hills. Suitable for the less mobile, the living area and one of the bedrooms occupies the ground floor and there is a flat path from the car park. The ground floor bedroom has a king-sized bed and a large en-suite wetroom whilst the upstairs bedroom has twin beds/super-king and its own bathroom with a stand-alone bath and a separate shower. Relax in front of the woodburner and take in the views through the large french doors or sit out on the private patio and enjoy your own lawn and enclosed garden area.
Cartws and Storws are two superb 5 star barn conversions, set in a picturesque valley with idyllic views of the Preseli Hills. Near to Newport and across the river from the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. 10 minutes drive to local Beaches.
Hidden away at the end of a private lane, each barn overlooks a beautiful meadow and the meandering River Nevern along which you can stroll and fish for up to a mile. Both renovated to a high specification, you can enjoy the comfort of the underfloor heated slate floors, king-size beds and walk-in showers and relax in front of a woodburner. Ideal for couples or a small family, the barns are a stone's throw from one another but enjoy their own privacy with a separate entrance, parking and garden for each.
Feel spoilt in our luxurious barns where everything you could need is provided. Storws and Cartws are special places where you can relax and escape.
If you want to explore there is plenty to keep you busy. The Pembrokeshire Coast and Mountains National Park, 186 miles of Coastal Path, an abundance of beaches and caves, the Preseli Mountains, ancient woodlands, castles and much more. Newport offers superb restaurants, cafes and pubs. Storws and Cartws offer the perfect base to enjoy the pleasures of the Pembrokeshire coast and countryside.
Please visit our website at www.felinwrdancottages.co.uk for more information.
Friday and Monday start dates.
Hi, we're Arwyn and Michelle. We moved to Pembrokeshire 3 years ago with our daughters Manon & Nia. Arwyn is originally from the area and Michelle is from Southampton. After some years away we both decided that Pembrokeshire and all its delights had won us over and we couldn't wait to make our home in this truly beautiful part of the world. There is so much to explore and with the changing seasons we could never tire of it. We live in the farmhouse nearby and are on hand if our guests need any help or advice about local places to visit but completely respect our guests' privacy and need for peace and solitude.
Y Storws and Cartws are the ideal base for exploring the delights of Pembrokeshire and even Ceredigion. They are charming and unique conversions bursting with character and offer many luxury features to make your stay unbeatable.
We couldn't have wished for a more perfect stay, Y Cartws was everything we'd hoped for and more, a wonderfully luxurious, spacious cottage amidst the most picturesque countryside where only the wildlife interrupts the silence...bliss!
Michelle was a fabulous host and her lemon drizzle cake certainly lived up to it's reputation! Her care and attention to detail in making a comfortable, clean and relaxing home for her guests is faultless.
This is a perfect base from which to explore this beautiful part of Wales; Abereiddy and a walk to the 'witches cauldron' from Ceibwr bay were our highlights, but you'll have to drag yourself away from the cottage first!
Hope we get to return someday, we'd love to try coming in the colder months, cosy in, light that log-burner and hope to get snowed in!
After a long drive we were welcomed by breath taking views and a surprisingly larger than expected holiday barn.
There was nothing we could fault but only praise the cleanliness and 'new' feel to the rooms, crisp sheets, delicious cake and lovely flowers. Little finishing touches that made our two weeks a delight. Plenty of well researched information for the local and surrounding area. Highly recommended and such a shame we had to leave. Thanks Michelle & Alwyn for making us feel so welcome.
It was a beautiful property and great care had been taken to make guests feel very comfortable. We loved the way the conversion had been done. We were warmly welcomed and felt very relaxed during our stay. The bed was so comfortable that on our return home I went straight to Dunelm and bought an identical mattress topper!! Many thanks for that, Michelle!🛌💤
As you approach Y Cartws, along a narrow private road, your first impression is of a beautiful cottage with a lovely view and excellently maintained. The interior backs this up - it has been finished to a very high standard and was very well equipped and nice and clean. We stayed hear for 1 week with my 83 year old mother and it was ideal as it has all the facilities on the ground floor plus the added bonus of a double (or twin) bedroom upstairs with it`s own bathroom and shower cubicle. The owner, Michelle is really nice and very helpful and left us a lovely lemon cake and eggs from her own chickens. I feel that I should, perhaps, add a few negative comments to balance the review, but all I could think of was that it could do with a few grab rails in the ground floor shower to assist the elderly or less able. But I knew this when I booked so I`m not complaining. I would recommend this cottage and would definitely use it again.
I cannot overstate how lovely this property is. The conversion is beautifully furnished and so well equipped. The bathrooms are particularly spacious. The secluded setting, with views over the fields add to the charm and make Y Cartws perfect for a relaxing holiday. Michelle was lovely and very accommodating when we had to change our plans.
This was our second trip to Y Cartws, after enjoying a week there last October. We were able to explore areas not visited last time. This location is a great base to visit the south and west coasts as well as beaches along the north coast. Cardigan, with a large Tescos, is handy for shopping, only 9 miles away.
We would love to return again next year.
One of the best holiday rental properties that we have ever stayed in ....
Not only was it beautifully decorated with stunning bathrooms (our boys particularly liked the waterfall taps!!) but really homely and well equipped. The delicious cake on arrival was most welcome after a long journey. Also, a lovely view of the countryside and walks from our doorstep. So much to do in the surrounding area that we are already planning our return visit, and will definitely be staying at Cartws.
Special interest holidays:
Pembrokeshire is an area offering many sporting and art/craft events.
Newport Sands, with its large expanse of sandy beach and sand dunes, is just over 6 miles away. Poppit Sands is a beautiful sandy beach which is 10 miles away. The craggy coves of Ceibwr are 8 miles away.
Nearest train station is Clunderwen which is a 20 minute taxi ride away (pre-book).
Nearest bus stop is 2 miles away (Fishguard – Cardigan route).
Nearest ferry port is Fishguard (to Rosslare) which is 16 miles away.
A car is advisable as it is a rural location. Directions will be provided once people have booked.
Nevern is just under 6 miles away which is a picturesque village and famous for its bleeding yew and Celtic cross in its churchyard. The coastal town of Newport is 6 miles away which has excellent restaurants, bars, pubs and galleries. St Dogmaels is 8 miles away which has some lovely pubs and a beautiful ruined abbey. Cardigan is a bustling market town with shops, bars, theatre/cinema, galleries and restaurants which is also 8 miles away. St Davids is 30 miles away.
From the M4 corridor, your last major supermarkets will be at Carmarthen. Tesco and Asda home deliver. The closest major supermarket is Tesco in Cardigan (8 miles away).