The location as shown on the TripAdvisor map is incorrect, the barn is in fact just off The Ridgeway near Jameston ( other sites show the correct location ). Accommodation is very modern and spotlessly clean with a very good range of utensils in the kitchen for those who want to do their own cooking but plenty of good eateries nearby. The buildings are part of a small working farm so beware some suicidal chickens wondering around the near by road.
I would rate our complete stay 10 out of 10. Accommodation faultless. Spotlesly clean through out with every little detail catered for. Chris the owner was really helpful and always there at the end of the phone. The location is just besutiful, situated in between gorgeous beaches and Tenby town. We would definitely go ahdin. HIGHLY recommend. Thank you
We had a great weekend staying at this cottage, it's in a lovely peaceful location with amazing views but within a short distance to manorbier, tenby etc. The cottage has everything you need, and nothing was too much trouble for Chris the owner, who put up decorations for my mothers birthday celebrations and very kindly left her a card and flowers. Thoroughly recommend this place and will definitely be back.
We loved this, great location close to beaches and eateries, peaceful with wonderful views, lovely modern accommodation family and pet friendly couldn't ask for more ,Chris the owner made us very welcome,
Peace, tranquility.....heaven. What a beautiful property in a stunning location. Gorgeous local pubs with amazing food & pet friendly too. Beautiful beaches on your doorstep, great friendly owners.....what more could you want? I can’t wait to return.
Just returned from spending a few days break at this superb property. It was equipped with everything you would need and is definitely a home from home. The weather unfortunately was sub zero so it was very welcoming after days out to come back to the underfloor heating and cosy evenings in. Thank you for the chocolates and wine on our arrival.
This was a beautiful house, and on entry we were very much impressed at the layout and how comfortable it was. The owners left flowers and wine for us, along with milk, tea and coffee which was such a lovely thought. We stayed in February at a very cold time of year, but we found the house was lovely and toasty with the underfloor heating, so lovely to walk on! The rooms were well furnished and suited the feel of the building. We only needed to use the 3 downstairs bedrooms, and they were extremely comfortable, with a suitable amount of furniture to put away plenty of clothes etc, without overfilling the room, and giving space to walk. The open plan kitchen/diner/living space worked well and more than adequately stocked with all the mod cons. There was also free wifi, which many holiday homes charge extra for. The only less positive points would probably be a lack of phone coverage, which cannot be helped, and probably the additional room and seating area upstairs, though we had no need of it. The mezzanine floor and extra bedroom is up a very handsome moveable staircase (think of an olde worlde wooden library ladder that moves along a bar) I would say it is more suitable for early teen years, based on the head height - I'm 5 foot 5 and my head was the height of the apex, that age group would find it very adventurous and great fun, but there is a degree of agility and nerve required. There was clearly a good amount of consideration gone into the conversion of the property and how to furnish it. The property is rural, which means it's quiet at night and you can see the stars, but it's less than 5 miles into the centre of Tenby. There is also Pembroke Castle which is no more than 20 minutes away. There is a lot to explore in this area, and this property serves it well.