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Broheddwch

Boncath, Pembrokeshire, South Wales & Pembrokeshire (Ref. 1035525)

3.8

Good

Sykes rating

  • Sleeps 7

  • Bedrooms 4

  • Bathrooms 2

  • Pets Yes

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Features

  • Off road parking
  • Ground floor accommodation
  • Ground floor bedroom
  • Garden / Patio
  • Cot available
  • Highchair available
  • Washing machine
  • Dishwasher
  • Broadband / WiFi

Reviews & Ratings

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12 Customer Reviews

  • "We have stayed at Broheddwch before and it was really lovely to return."

    The property is spacious, very comfortable and in a really lovely secluded spot, no neighbours other than the local livestock and truly wonderful views in all directions - there is only the farm on up the track - we only saw 3 vehicles go past all week. Yet it’s not remote with easy access to everything the area has to offer. The huge Smart TV is new since our last visit and a great addition. The Wi-Fi is really good and the addition of a Wi-Fi booster means coverage is good throughout. If you have a dog the garden is really safe, completely enclosed. We love staying here, really home from home.

    Really pleased you had a great week. Property Owner

    Reviewed by JaneJun 2022

  • "My wife and I along with my MIL and our two dogs have just got back from a lovely stay at Broheddwch."

    All we can say is WOW! The location is absolutely perfect, very peaceful and out of the way but also not secluded to the point you have to drive for a long time to find a shop - Boncath itself is also a lovely village. At the cottage our old labrador especially loved laying around in the secure garden after a busy day and watching the cows go around their field. As for the cottage itself, when we first arrived it was immaculately clean to a very high standard. After a 8 hour journey we were also welcomed with milk waiting in the fridge and a little welcome basket of snacks - very very thoughtful! The cottage was extremely spacious for us and the garden was very secure. The showers in both bathrooms we found great, the sofas were very comfy and the beds again - very comfortable. The kitchen is well equipped with everything you could need for a stay. There isn't a single thing any of us can think of to fault! While there we ended up calling the owner to enquire about a few things, she was very helpful and friendly on the phone and we could tell she cared a lot for her property :) We were sad to leave and wouldn't hesitate to return if we were looking to visit that part of Wales again - we also wouldn't think twice to recommend to our family and friends! Thank you for a lovely stay⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

    Thank you so much for your lovely comments on the cottage. It is very special and I'm delighted you found it so. Property Owner

    Reviewed by AndrewJun 2022

  • "In a great location but this time the property hadn't been cleaned properly, the rug was filthy with dirt and dog hair, the hoover clearly hadn't been used as it was full of masonry."

    The previous occupants had not cleaned up their dog poo and the gardener left it on the path, when it wasn't our dog. The sofa and chairs in the living room are so uncomfortable and some of the beds need new mattresses. They are worn out. You need to find new cleaners for sure and invest a little in the comforts in the property.

    Dear Guests, I'm extremely sorry you found Broheddwch had not been cleaned properly and have passed this directly to our cleaners. This is unusual because most of the feedback we have received recently shows guests very pleased with the cleanliness. We did have a builder in doing work the week prior to your stay and he may well have used the hoover and not emptied it, for which I do apologise. Our cleaners bring their own equipment so would not have seen this. While I expect guests to clean up after their own dogs, I am amazed that the gardener did not remove any dog poo he found and again this is being passed on. While it not his job to do this, he is employed to keep the grass cut and if he had to pick up dog poo it should have been binned. As far as the furniture and beds go, again I'm sorry they didn't come up to your expectations. The larger settee was replaced just before lockdown and most appear to be happy with it. The king-sized bed again is only two years old but the other two mattresses will be replaced this winter. We have just replaced the cooker, microwave and updated the television to a 55in. The main bathroom has a new bath and shower screen and excellent new shower. I hope your stay in such a lovely part of Wales was not totally spoilt by the problems. Property Owner

    Reviewed by DebraOct 2021

  • "I would have given it a five star rating as it is a great size property in a great location at a fair price."

    but the vacuum was full of dog hair the over bath shower worked but the hose needs replacing and the the patio door windows needed cleaning. However the beds are comfortable the linen and towels were clean and in good condition. The white goods all worked well and were clean I would go back.

    Dear Mr Morshead, As owner of Broheddwch I'm so sorry you found the vacuum was full of dog's hair. I imagine another guest kindly cleaned the carpet of dog hair before they left and this has gone unnoticed as our cleaners use their own vacuums, but we will note this needs checking. Also thank you for mentioning the leaking hose on the shower. This has been replaced. I have arranged for all the cottage windows, including the patio doors to be cleaned. While it has been wonderful to have so many guests this summer, it has meant we as owners have had limited time to ensure everything is up together, but I am so pleased to note you enjoyed your stay and everything else seemed satisfactory. I hope you will come again as it is a lovely cottage, set in a magical position. Regards Sue Andrews Property Owner

    Reviewed by PaulOct 2021

  • "The house had plenty of room both inside and out, and the views from the garden were stunning."

    The cooker, fridge/freezer and kitchen equipment were adequate for our party of four but would not have been at maximum occupancy. The local area was great for walking and a short drive from Cardigan, Preseli Hills and the coast. The access track was challenging but manageable. Damp smells persist in the largest bedroom.

    While there is a large upright fridge freezer and normal sized oven and hot plates, the latter will be upgraded to a double oven when the owners get chance to visit the cottage later this year. Most visitors seem to have adequate cooking facilities, new baking trays have recently been purchased, but we are sometimes aware that cooking utensils and cutlery seem to disappear. Sorry if this caused inconvenience. Property Owner

    Reviewed by JamesSep 2021

  • "Lack of cooking pots/ pans for a large number of people."

    No baking trays . No bags to put your dirty linen in before leaving accommodation. Updated refuse collection needed . Dirty quilt on one of the beds .

    The owner has asked the cleaners to check all the linen at the property and apologises if there was insufficient kitchen equipment or bags for used linen. This has been rectified for future guests, along with clearer instructions regarding rubbish/recycling. Property Owner

    Reviewed by TracyAug 2021

  • "If you are precious about your car going up a farm track then this place is not for you."

    We loved it added to the experience. Very tranquil and peaceful setting and would definitely go back as there is so much to see and do.

    Reviewed by NadiaJul 2021

  • "The property is much larger than we expected and includes absolutely stunning views!"

    The cottage is a short drive from many coastal towns and inland attractions. The rooms are a good size and beds very comfortable, however, the property was slightly run down in very few areas. Make sure to follow the directions in the welcome email as the Satnav won’t take you to the cottage but only close. The road up to the cottage is very tight, uneven and rocky, however this shouldn’t put anyone off from staying at this beautiful and relaxing retreat.

    Reviewed by JosieJul 2021

  • "The bungalow was in a lovely setting really tranquil and spacious we could not fault it."

    However the cleaning was not up to standard especially during COVID . The wardrobe in the small double bedroom had mould in and smelt musty as did the chest of drawers . Even after cleaning them and spraying I had to live out of the suitcase as the smell impregnated the clothes I had previously hung in it and had to wash them. The spare duvet stored in the wardrobe in the front bedroom had what appeared to be blood stains and hair on it. Whilst the drawers had to be wiped clean with bacterial wipes as human hair and dirt were found. The lamp by the bed side was broken with the wires exposed. The tub chairs had food and what looked like milkshake stains on them and had not been wiped clean. The shower room had hair in the shower and the toilet brush should be condemned as well as the toilet roll stack holder. There was an issue we raised regarding the missing patio door key which was dealt with swiftly. I was kept updated regularly by Jess as to the arrival of the locksmith who was fantastic and the handyman to fix a hole under the cooker due to a mouse. ( it’s in the countryside and we expected wildlife). Please do not be put off booking this bungalow as it’s in a beautiful setting and has amazing views there is a bull we named Boris and his family in the field behind which is lovely. Once these minor issues are dealt with by the management team I would happily go back and recommend it as it really is a hidden gem.

    We would like to reassure guests that any cleaning or rubbish disposal issues at Broheddwch have now been resolved. Property Owner

    Reviewed by CarolineJun 2021

  • "Bungalow in lovely central position for visiting South and North Wales."

    Cottage was well equipped but very tired and in need of updating. No sign of Covid clean or barely a clean at all, lots of dust, cob webs and stains down the walls, also was unable to recycle our rubbish as the bags were full to overflowing and as we arrived in a storm had to go around the garden clearing up other peoples rubbish. Having said that we were warm and had a lovely view.

    Thank you for taking the trouble to leave feedback after your recent stay and bringing your concerns to the owner’s notice. You will be pleased to know that these issues have been raised with the cleaning company concerned. Property Owner

    Reviewed by JillOct 2020

  • "Ace bungalow/ views."

    However no covid clean evident / recycle waste not disposed of from at least one previous occupant.I would suggest you make people aware of lane to premises due to it’s ruggedness it may be a problem to smaller cars. Having said that lovely setting proper country retreat enjoyed all aspects.

    Thank you for taking the trouble to leave feedback after your recent stay. You will be pleased to know that these issues have been raised with the cleaning company concerned. We have also made it clearer that the track leading to Broheddwch is un-made. Property Owner

    Reviewed by KevinSep 2020

  • "Location was brilliant ,very peaceful and very very scenic ,easy to visit plenty ..."

    Location was brilliant ,very peaceful and very very scenic ,easy to visit plenty of attractions if you want to get away and totally relax this is the place all you hear is the birds singing and the cows mooing LOVED IT

    Reviewed by PeterSep 2020

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Summary

  • All ground floor
  • Four bedrooms: 1 x King Size Double, 2 x Double, 1 x Single
  • Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin & WC
  • Shower Room with separate shower, basin & WC
  • Kitchen with dining area
  • Sitting Room
  • Oil central heating
  • Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, 32” TV, DVD, WIFI
  • Fuel and power inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Cot and highchair are provided
  • Off road parking for four cars
  • Large lawned and fenced garden with table, chairs and BBQ
  • Two well behaved dogs welcome (additional charge applies)
  • Sorry, no smoking
  • Shop 0.5 mile, pub 2 miles, coast 9 miles
  • Note: Unmade farm track leads to the property
  • Note: Please bring own beach towels and cot linen
  • Note: Dogs must be on a lead when outside

The property

Enjoying a quiet location off an unmade farm track in the north Pembrokeshire countryside, this detached holiday bungalow provides comfortable accommodation in a lovely location with views towards the Preseli Hills. It’s perfectly located for exploring Carmarthenshire and Ceredigion too being close to the county borders.

Boncath is half a mile away and it has a village shop and Post Office.

Cenarth Falls is nearby and you may be lucky enough to see salmon leaping the falls or a coracle boat on the River Teifi.

Cardigan is 6 miles and Crymych is 4 miles - they offer a larger selection of individual shops and eateries, leisure centre, theatre/cinema and a castle.

The Preseli Hills and Pembrokeshire Coast Path offer endless walking opportunities.

Within a 20 minute drive are Newport Sands, Poppit Sands and Aberporth beach.

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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: Unmade farm track leads to the property.
Note: Please bring own beach towels and cot linen.
Note: Dogs must be on a lead when outside.

This property offers the following short breaks:

  • Winter
  • Off-season
  • Last minute
  • Christmas