Our beautiful barn conversion is situated in the heart of the Preseli Hills, in a village called Tegryn, and is a great location for visiting many of the fabulous beaches and attractions which Pembrokeshire has to offer, including Oakwood, Blue Lagoon, Folly Farm, and Tenby Dinosaur Park. We are on a national cycle trail route, and the locality is great for exploring by bike or on foot. There are several footpaths beginning in the village, including hill/mountain climbs and across farmland. We are a 20 minute drive away from several beautiful beaches, including Poppit Sands, and Newport (Pembrokeshire). Our barn comfortably sleeps 8 + 2 children/teenagers (could sleep additional small children on pull-out beds or travel cots - please contact us to discuss your requirements).
Our property was featured on 'Build a New Life in the Country'- please contact us if you would like to view the programme, and we will forward a DVD. If not, a DVD will be available in the property, should you wish to watch it! We have converted the barn using traditional techniques, such as using lime plaster, exposed stonework and beams, whilst incorporating luxurious features, such as full underfloor heating, and a luxury bathroom with a large brushed aluminum bateau bath and freestanding shower.
Facilities include; 48" 3D Samsung smart television (with active 3D glasses) Freesat, 300 mbps superfast fibre Wifi, Sky movies, Sky Sports, Netflix, Wii console, television in main bedroom and 'Snug', wood burning stove, oil-fired Rayburn (for cooking and heating), electric cooker, dishwasher, 10 Kg/1600 spin washing machine, 10Kg tumble dryer, microwave, large fridge, large freezer, additional downstairs toilet, under-floor heating throughout, games room (offering pool table, a break from the children!), large wooded garden, outdoor table tennis, and other outdoor garden games. Large driveway with parking for up to 4 cars. Secure storage for bikes is available.
Complimentary food pack, with wine, and one bag of logs (more available at £7/bag) are provided. Linen is provided. Cot and high-chair available on request. We try to provide all of the basics (washing up liquid, sponges, washing powder, dishwasher tablets etc..) so that guests don't have to bring things with them, or have to include them in an initial shop. Tesco and Asda both deliver to the property, and guests often order groceries to be delivered after their arrival.
Our nearest small town is Crymych, 3 miles away, which has a mini supermarket, GP, chemist etc. The Butcher's Arms Pub is a short walk around the corner!
There are several footpaths that can be accessed within a short walk from the house, including access to the Preseli hills of Freni Fawr and Fach. A short drive will give access to many more walking and cycling trails, including a 'hidden waterfall' walk at Fynnone (3 miles away), and the 'Golden Road' trail (5 miles away). We would be happy to provide more specific details on request, including which walks will be most suitable for children, good lunch/pub stops etc.
Local Transport and Access to surrounding area:
There are lots of lovely walks that can be undertaken from the property, and bringing your bikes will open up further beautiful countryside to explore. Although a car will make accessing Pembrokeshire's beautiful countryside and attractions much easier, it is possible to explore Pembrokeshire from Tegryn without a car. We are three miles from the nearest regular bus service at Crymych, and 9 miles from the nearest station. There is a National Express coach stop at St Clears, which is 12 miles away. Pembrokeshire also has dedicated bus service accessing the Pembrokeshire National Park- details can be found online: There are also several local taxi firms.
Families only, pets welcome (a small additional cleaning charge applies), and no smoking indoors please.
Pembrokesire is famed for its beautiful and varied landscape, from golden beaches, cliff top walks, to barren mountain landscapes, Pembrokeshire has something for every visitor. Pembrokeshire has the only Coastal National Park in Britain, to protect the spectacular coastline, which houses some unique wildlife. The Pembrokeshire Coastal Path stretches the whole length of the county, enabling visitors uninterrupted access to this unique area. Our Preseli mountains are rugged and beautiful, and visitors can explore both by car and for the more adventurous by foot following some of the wealth of footpaths and bridleways that intersect the mountains. Visitors may be surprised to learn that stones were taken from the Preseli Hills to build the iconic Stonehenge. Families will enjoy a variety of days out in Pembrokeshire, from the traditional day on the beach, with a fish and chip tea; to Folly Farm, Heatherton, and Oakwood Theme Park. There are also many castles and historic buildings to explore, including Pembroke Castle, and Cilgerran Castle. Pembrokeshire also boasts many beautiful gardens that are open to the public. Our nearest beach, part of the Pembrokeshire National Park, is Poppit Sands, a mile long stretch of golden sands. The beach is supervised by RNLI lifeguards in the Summer months, and is a popular destination for swimming, surfing and boating. The beautiful village of Newport also boasts a long, sandy beach, with lifeguard facilities in the Summer months.
Booking The Barn:
Other dates and prices for a longer bookings available on request.
We advertise elsewhere, and so we would be grateful if you could enquire as to availability first before paying a deposit.
Dave and Rebecca Palfrey.