This light and refreshing bungalow lies on the outskirts of the village of Eglwyswrw.
With its idyllic walking countryside and the nearby Preseli Mountains, this is a unique location for a getaway.
Hafod is perfect for couples; well-suited for a romantic holiday, or a peaceful break away from it all, the cottage is ideally located for touring North Pembrokeshire.
On a working farm with a tasteful interior, this heart-warming retreat is divided between a lounge, comprising of a leather sofa and a kitchen/diner, centred by a table, surrounded by oak units.
Beyond this, discover the lovely conservatory, a wonderful place to start your day whilst sipping a warm drink, or to relax in after the sun goes down.
Cosy up in the double bedroom which is layered in detail, with all-white bedside tables, creating a homely base to unwind and sleep the night away.
A sofa bed is available in the lounge, should you wish to make use of this, and the cottage is complete with a contemporary shower room, thoughtfully featuring a seat for those with limited mobility.
From award-winning beaches less than six miles away, to the busy market town of Cardigan also six miles away, you can appreciate the unique shops, museums, pubs, tearooms and the Cardigan Island Zoo on the headland of Cardigan Bay.
Around the coastline, the picturesque village of Cenarth is within easy reach, home to a wonderful mill and waterfall, for a memorable day in the sunshine.
About the location
Cardigan 6 miles.
The sleepy village of Eglwyswrw is situated in the beautiful North Pembrokeshire countryside, boasting a charming pub, which serves good food and a local shop. The area boasts excellent walking, with rambling countryside and the nearby Preseli Mountains. The stunning Pembrokeshire coastline, with its award winning beaches, is less than 6 miles away, while the busy market town of Cardigan is also 6 miles away, boasting unique shops, two museums, pubs, tearooms and the Cardigan Island Zoo on the headland of Cardigan Bay, where, around the coastline, you will observe seals and porpoise in their natural habitat. The Iron Age fort of Castell Henllys is a short drive away, a must for all the family, while the picturesque village of Cenarth is within easy reach, home to a wonderful mill and waterfall. A lovely location for exploring all North Pembrokeshire has to offer.