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Bwthyn Lan

Boncath, South Wales & Pembrokeshire (Ref. 989824)

5.0

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Features

  • Icon/Feature/Hot Tub Hot tub
  • Icon/Feature/Off-road parking Off road parking
  • Icon/Feature/Ground floor bedroom Ground floor accommodation
  • Icon/Feature/Ground floor bedroom Ground floor bedroom
  • Icon/Feature/Open fire Open fire
  • Icon/Feature/Washing machine Washing machine
  • Icon/Feature/Dishwasher Dishwasher
  • Icon/Feature/WiFi Broadband / WiFi

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21 Customer Reviews

  • "Great cottage and a wonderful week in Wales."

    Would happily go again.

    Reviewed by MollieNov 2021

  • "A fantastic cottage which is well situated for some great coastal walks, stunning villages and great days out."

    You need a car to get around but the fire and hot tub make staying in a relaxing option too. The owners were wonderful, we felt more like neighbours but they were always on hand if needed.

    Reviewed by GarethSep 2021

  • "Lovely cottage, owners were very friendly."

    Fantastic location and a beautiful view from the hot tub.

    Reviewed by LlewellynAug 2021

  • "Clean, Beautiful, lovely and accommodating, even got given lovely food and gifts."

    Reviewed by JordanJun 2021

  • "Fantastic accommodations and will certainly be back again."

    Reviewed by SeanMay 2021

  • "Absolutely perfect weekend away."

    The cottage is stunning and done to a high and proper cosy Welsh standard. The little thoughtful extras were the cherry on the cake

    Reviewed by EmmaMay 2021

  • "The cottage was very warm and comfortable."

    The welcome pack with cakes etc were delicious. The owners were very friendly and accommodating. We chose a poor week weather wise to go a cycling holiday, but Robert was very helpful allowing us to store our bikes in his shed away from the elements. The hot tub was very satisfying after a day on the bikes. Overall a very nice cottage and great value for money.

    Reviewed by TerenceMay 2021

  • "Beautiful cottage in beautiful surroundings."

    Reviewed by EmmaApr 2021

  • "Lovely cottage with view over mountains and countryside."

    The highlight of the trip was using the hot tub every night. This getaway was a real treat for us as we wanted to completely escape and forget about the (crazy) world we live in right now after cancelling our would be wedding for that weekend. We really appreciated the bottle of prosecco and treats left for us. We felt really looked after, as local cases began to rise, the owners messaged us to check if we were ok and suggested where to go without being intrusive. There are lots of towns and beaches to visit to keep you busy. The only issues we had was that the downstairs bedroom was freezing cold. We used this room as a changing room as it was right by the hot tub and a nice big space so never stayed in here long but there was definitely a big temperature drop from the core living space. The drive off the main road was also a bit weatherworn with a few potholes, just had to make sure we went nice and slow. All in all, a lovely, secluded area with lots of home comforts.

    Reviewed by StephanieNov 2020

  • "Such a lovely cottage."

    Easy parking directly at the front door. When you enter it's almost like going back in time with the proper inglenook fireplace which features an original bread oven. A very cosy place with nooks & crannies which almost tells it's own story. The bedroom is one step down from the open plan lounge/kitchen diner & it leads perfectly into the back, very private garden where the gorgeous hot tub sits with views across the fields. There is something very special about being able to stroll from the hot tub & dry off in front of the gorgeous wood burner. If you just stayed in for your whole time you can feel as if you've had a holiday & refresh your soul. But it's also a great base to visit many surrounding beautiful places as this part of Wales is dotted with lovely bays & places of interest.

    Reviewed by Joy AnneNov 2020

  • "Lovely private converted barn adjacent the owners cottage but nevertheless very private with a secluded and private hot tub behind the property and great views."

    The owners provided little luxuries for our arrival. It was so easy to arrive, get comfy and good communications meant we had no questions to ask. Everything was just seamless and easy. The owners were unobtrusive and gave us privacy so all in all, ideal. The accommodation was really nice, quirky, tastefully decorated and the massive double bed we slept in was so comfy. Absolutely no complaints, just a perfect base for what was a perfect weekend.

    Reviewed by NeilOct 2020

  • "Visiting Pembrokeshire had always been planned but somehow never got round to it."

    When our wedding had to be postponed we had a perfect staycation opportunity with the remit we wanted somewhere quite with a bit of "shine" in the form of Hot tub, log burner on the criteria list. 15 potentials came up but with no hesitation we booked Bwthyn Lan and we ould not have been happier. Firstly the property is managed superbly by Robert and Delyth, nothing is too much trouble, and you are made very welcome on arrival with fresh baked cakes, Prosecco, fresh flowers, a bin full of logs for the log burner and enough bits and pieces to make the all too necessary cup of tea. The cottage is located in a very quite area on farmland, just what we wanted, with uninterrupted views out to the distant hills. The sunset on our first eve was absolutely stunning. Our plan was to literally chill out and do nothing but eat drink and relax in the hot tub but given out wanderlust we ended up going out everyday including a visit to Melin Tregwynt woollen mill as the blankets on our bed felt so luxurious we had to investigate. That has ended up being an expensive day....... The whole area is stunning, we hill walked, took coastal paths, went to the seaside in Tenby and Aberystwyth and saw seals, seal pups porpoises but missed seeing some whales. Some of the photos we took will end up as prints on the walls in our home. With regard to the cottage the only 2 things that are minor (and i mean minor in its very essence) is that there is no sink immediately avail at the cooker, you have to move through the living room to the utility room to strain veg etc but it really is no big deal. And the wifi can be slow or temperamental but again this was no major problem. The bathroom is fantastic, with underfloor heating, the stone floor in the living area is amazing and the whole is never cold due to the insulation, heating and log burner if needed. The hot tub was something to look forward to to relax aching muscles and even if it rained we spent a good few hours in here most evenings as we lost ourselves to he sunset views or star watching (don't tell Robert we also sipped on his complimentary prosecco as food and drink is meant to be a no no in the tub !). I would heartily recommend this cottage and there is no doubt we will visit this area again, maybe even consider a longer stay as part of a potential relocation but for a holiday location with solitude and a nod to luxury then Bwthyn Lan is right at the top of the list and will be our number one consideration for any planned return without hesitation. With regards to booking via Sykes cottages, it was fuss free, concise and priced fairly and we would use the site again. Our only small concern was that our travel insurance did not cover us in case of a covid lockdown which was a huge potential at the time of our visit and this left us with a small concern but fortunately did not manifest itself.

    Reviewed by RoyOct 2020

  • "What a fabulous cottage everything and more you could ask for perfect, the hot ..."

    What a fabulous cottage everything and more you could ask for perfect, the hot tub was a bonus, love the cakes and all the homely touches and was exceptionally clean Thank you Delyth and Geraint for a wonderful stay

    Reviewed by TanyaSep 2020

  • "Very nice and friendly owners made us feel very welcome and relaxed."

    Cakes and prosecco on arrival were much appreciated.

    Reviewed by KevinSep 2020

  • "We enjoyed 7 nights in this lovely cottage."

    It was in an extremely quiet location with beautiful views. The hosts were very generous- providing cakes and prosecco at beginning of our holiday. We loved hot tub and the log burner. We hope to return soon!

    Reviewed by PaulSep 2020

  • "Fabulous cottage, tastefully renovated, lovely location, hot tub was great."

    Would highly recommend. Thank you

    Reviewed by DanielleJul 2020

  • "We loved our stay in this gorgeous cottage in Pembrokeshire."

    From the luxurious hot tub to the extra touches such as cake on arrival, the weekend was a wonderful retreat. The kitchen was incredibly well equipped, the log burner kept us cosy and it was a great spot to explore the Welsh coast from.

    Reviewed by JessicaFeb 2020

  • "The cottage was perfect and everything had been thought of."

    We'd recommend this cottage and would like to go back ourselves one day.

    Reviewed by LucySep 2019

  • "The cottage is to a high standard very comfortable and welcoming"

    Reviewed by MarkMay 2019

  • "We had a lovely bank holiday weekend staying here."

    We had everything that we could possibly needed and more! The little touches in the cottage were so lovely and thoughtful and really made us feel at home. The information provided was very helpful and convenient. We would love to stay here again.

    Reviewed by AnwenMay 2019

  • "We had a wonderful holiday at Bwthyn Lan, an amazing location for exploring the area and relaxing in."

    Reviewed by RobertMar 2019

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The property

Bwthyn Lan is a charming cottage situated near the quaint village of Boncath, Pembrokeshire.

Throughout this cottage, there is a lovely mix of traditional features with a clever blend of modern design, ideal for a family looking to explore the stunning Welsh countryside.

Upon entering the property, you are welcomed to a well-appointed living room, posing stunning slate flag floors and charming exposed beams.

In here you can snuggle up with your loved ones in the cosy sitting area in front of a warming inglenook fireplace with a woodburning fire.

The kitchen boasts a traditional style, featuring a formal dining area and all the necessities you will need during your stay.

Down one step into the elegantly design ground floor bedroom, featuring twin beds and carefully selected interiors to match.

The downstairs bathroom has been finished with a luxurious touch, housing a spacious walk-in shower, a separate bathtub, basin and WC.

Follow the traditional crog loft stairs up to the second elegantly decorated bedroom, boasting a double bed and a large skylight window, filling the space with a bright natural light.

Outside guests will have use of an off-road parking, situated on a quaint yard, as well as an enclosed back garden, ideal for spending your summer mornings in before dipping into the warming hot tub.

The local shop is situated within the charming village of Boncath, with the closest pub and restaurant situated 2.5 miles from the property.

To keep you busy whilst staying at Bwthyn Lan, you can visit the National Trust’s Cilgerran Castle, a striking 13th-century castle with overlooking views of Teifi Gorge, found within a 10-minute drive of the property.

For more adventurous activities, why not go canoeing on the lower Teifi?

As you go along, you can expect to see native wildlife, including beautiful Kingfishers and on a good day, Otters.

Bwthyn Lan is the perfect base for a relaxing family holiday to the countryside.

Summary

  • Two bedrooms: 1 x mezzanine double bedroom, 1 x ground floor twin (zip/link can be super king on request)
  • Downstairs bathroom with a separate walk-in shower, basin and WC
  • Open-plan living room with kitchen, sitting room and dining area, with woodburning fire
  • Kitchen prep room
  • Oil central heating with underfloor heating and a woodburning fire
  • Dishwasher, electric oven, microwave, fridge with ice box, washing machine and WiFi
  • Fuel, power and starter pack for fire inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Off-road parking for two cars
  • Enclosed, lawned garden area with a hot tub
  • Sorry, no pets and no smoking allowed
  • Local shop is 1 mile away; pub is 2.5 miles
  • Note: More logs for the woodburner can be purchased from the owner if needed
  • Note: Crog Loft Style Stairs, care to be taken and not suitable for young children or limited mobility
  • Note: There are single steps down to prep kitchen, bathroom and twin bedroom.

Note: This property has a Good Housekeeping bond of £150.

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About the location

BONCATH

Cilgerran 3.3 miles; Newport 10 miles.

Boncath is a small village situated within north Pembrokeshire, Wales. Here, you will find a small village shop and post office, a number of small businesses, a Welsh Independent Chapel at Fachendre and a charming Community Hall. The hidden gem of Cilwendeg Shell House Hermitage can be located to the east of the village, and is a small remarkable ornamental grotto which was built the late 1820s. Nearby is the National Trust Cilgerran Castle a striking 13th-century castle with overlooking views of Teifi Gorge.

Note: Crog Loft Style Stairs, care to be taken and not suitable for young children or limited mobility.

This property offers the following short breaks:

  • Winter
  • Off-season
  • Last minute
  • Christmas
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If your booking can't take place due to a COVID-19 lockdown in the UK or Ireland, you can request a change of date or receive a full rental charges refund.

Owners may request any evidence that they reasonably require before making a refund. Sykes Holiday Cottages is not agreeing to pay or guarantee any refund from the Owner to you under this Book with confidence.
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