Discover the Charm of Lambston Cottage: A Cozy Retreat in Pembrokeshire
Embrace the Serenity of Lambston Cottage in Pembrokeshire Nestled in the tranquil rural setting of Lambston, Pembrokeshire, Lambston Cottage offers a peaceful... Read More
Sgubor Sgiwiff Cottage Pembrokeshire, originally built in 1859, is a converted barn structure that has been lovingly restored by its owners over recent years, into the stunning cottage that stands today. The name originates from the english translation for a ‘Squiff barn’ meaning nothing is square or straight, and this only adds to the character and beautiful flow throughout the property. You are immediately met with the perfect contrast between authentic stone walls and modern construction.
Downstairs comprises of a kitchen, dining and lounge area, with a wide hallway leading to a double bedroom and twin bedroom, as well as ground floor family wet room/family bathroom. Ideal for groups where mobility can be difficult.
Within the lounge area, there are steps leading up to a mezzanine master bedroom and en-suite shower room. There is even a sofa bed available, if you require an additional bed during your stay.
This cottage has been immaculately designed to the highest standards, and caters to all types of holiday makers, designed to showcase the space that flows throughout.
As you enter the enclosed driveway to Sgubor Sgiwiff, you are met by an open parking area, for up to 4 cars. The front door is located to the right of the parking area, and opens up into the kitchen/dining area. Through the living area, at the back of the property are two large patio doors that open up into a small courtyard, surrounded by trees, with views of rural farmland of Llandeloy, Pembrokeshire.
Oh, and did we mention it is dog friendly too!
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With plenty of activities to do in the area including the 12th century Cathedral, the final resting place of St David the patron saint of Wales – Whitesands Beach, St. Davids, is a Blue Flag beach, which is dog-friendly during the quieter months, and famous for its surfing appeal. You will also find St Davids City links golf club, open all week, with scenic views over Whitesands Bay and St David’s Head, and where visitors are welcome.
The county town of Haverfordwest, with its 13th century castle and a local history & heritage museum. The Solva Woollen Mill, the oldest Woollen Mill in Wales, is one not to be missed! There is plenty to do, to suit all, in this beautiful & diverse area; Walking, cycling, surfing or fishing. Sightseeing, driving down quiet country lanes, enjoying stunning coastal views and sunsets.
The perfect holiday for all!
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