About the property
- House258 sq. ft.
- Half Baths1
- Minimum Stay2 - 7 nights
Sleeping 2-6 people with great views. Recently renovated to high standrdard
Ewebarn is nestled in Pembrokeshire’s undulating hills eight miles north of Narberth. With three bedrooms- sleeping up to six people it has been recently renovated to a very high standard. The original character of this stone built farm building has been retained but the barn now has underfloor heating, modern open plan kitchen and eating area, two bathrooms – one family and one ensuite, wood burning stove with comfy seating area and internet access.
The barn has its’ own private patio, fenced off area, and barbeque area with fabulous valley views.
With access to six acres of enclosed meadow land dogs and children (and grown ups!) can be let loose to walk, run, play and explore. There are benches in numerous spots to rest, admire the views, and to listen and watch the birds.
Ewebarn is the perfect peaceful retreat but also near enough to the sought after independent popular shops, delis, restaurants and pubs of Narberth.
The Pembrokeshire coastline to the South and West is equidistant from Ewebarn and a forty minute drive will take you to any one of the many amazing beaches Pembrokeshire has to offer. We have been to many and enjoyed them all and we are still finding new ones.
The night sky is a treat and completely undisturbed by artificial light providing great viewing of the stars on cloudless nights.
Dog sitting, lifts to and from walks or restaurants, can all be arranged at short notice should you require them.(please note additional dog cleaning charges apply)
There will be a welcome hamper on your arrival with fresh local produce. There is a farm shop in Bethesda ( approx 4 miles) and a good village shop in Meanchlocog (approx 4 miles ). Fresh fish and seafood landed daily be found at Tenby Quay.
- Response time:
- within a few days
- Calendar last updated:
- May 18, 2018
Pete and Sarah would love to have you stay in Ewebarn. We are a very friendly easy going and affable couple ready and willing to help and ensure your stay is one to remember. We are very animal friendly our dog Hettie loves people and our sheep (Iolo, Rolo, Tinkerbell, Eric, Wrinkle nose )loved to be cuddled and fed. We live on site but Ewebarn is totally independent and separate
Owner purchased this House in 2015
Why Owner chose New Moat
Self contained private secluded peaceful. Exciting and adventurous. Comfortable warm and cosy. Easy access to both North and South Pembrokeshire. Very child friendly. Very dog friendly. Everyone so far has loved it so please come and stay
What makes this House unique
Underfloor heating, Lovely bedrooms, Great views. Wonderful bird life. Affectionate sheep.
Sports & Adventure Activities
Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 10:00 AM
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date. You must contact the owner directly to request cancellation.
Beautiful, clean, quiet - really lovely
We spent x3 nights at the barn between Christmas & New Year and had a lovely break. We had everything we needed in the barn, it was really well equipped, spotlessly clean and really comfortable. The garden and fields beyond were lovely - excellent for walking the dog!
We are very pleased to hear that you enjoyed your stay and very much hope you will return for a longer stay. It was great meeting you all. Thank you for leaving the barn so clean and tidy.
Directions To Rhydhir SA66 7JA
Tel 01437 532096
After Carmarthen keep on A40 all the way to roundabout with A478 (Narbeth left Cardigan Right ) take 3rd exit signposted Cardigan
go down hill past signs for a holiday park on your left then up the hill. At the top there is a farm on your left with a left hand turning just after, take this left ( I think its sign posted Bethesda and Maenclochog)
Follow this road for about 4 -5 miles until you pass a wind turbine in the fields on your right. You then go down a steep narrow hill. At the bottom take the left hand turn signposted Gelli and Penffordd.
Go over bridge and then turn right signposted Penffordd( beware bit of a blind corner ) under the railway bridge
Keep going until you reach Penffordd and at the T junction - Turn right
Approx 1/2 mile downhill you will see a sign indicating left turn to New Moat and Llys-y-fran -there is also a sign saying Ewebarn- take this road. ( Nearly there !!) Beware satnav may well suggest to go straight on - don't :) . Follow this road for approx two miles (very narrow lane with passing places - yes we are in the sticks but in fact only 10-15 minutes and 8 miles from Narbeth )
You will pass Posty Farm on your left and then sign for Milton on your right a 100 yards later.
The road goes uphill and more or less at the peak you will see telegraph poles - slow down as on your right you should see a wooden sign saying Rhyd-hir, and another saying Ewebarn.
Turn right down this lane through first gate and then down hill to the bottom where you will find Rhyd-hir.