4.8★ Excellent Sykes rating Icon/Rating/Sykes Icon/Rating/Sykes Icon/Rating/Sykes Icon/Rating/Sykes Sleeps 6 Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms 2 Pets Yes Show on map Features Off road parking Garden / Patio Washing machine Dishwasher Seaside Broadband / WiFi Reviews & Ratings Accuracy of the listing Cleanliness Comfort Facilities 12 Customer Reviews "We had a lovely holiday." The accommodation was comfortable and well appointed with all we needed, in a good location for walking the coastal paths and for visiting nearby places such as St Davids, Deal and Tenby. Rhian the owner was welcoming and helpful with suggestions of local places to visit and walk. It was a lovely location for our dog too with a woodland area attached to the property to run in. we enjoyed walks from the door to Neyland marina. There is a local inn a short walk away with outdoor tables overlooking the estuary. would definitely recommend. Reviewed by ElizabethApr 2022 "Property very well equipped and owners very friendly and helpful." Spot good for exploring the area but my husband and I found the stairs a problem. Good value for money. Reviewed by AnneApr 2022 "We had a great time in such an unusual and unique property in a wonderful part of the world." The owners were really friendly and provide a lot of local knowledge/guidance on places to go. One very slight criticism a pair of oven gloves would have be much appreciated. Thank you for taking the time to comment, so pleased you enjoyed your stay with us. Sorry about the oven gloves - 2 sets now in property Property Owner Reviewed by AnthonyMar 2022 "A great property that is unique in it's appearance internally and externally." It felt warm, cosy and comfortable. Be mindful that there are 4 flights of stairs to get to the top though. Ideally suited for access to all of Pembrokeshire and because it is a little away from the tourist hotspots it was a little cheaper. Fantastic host who was approachable and helpful with everything. We even had fresh profiteroles delivered to us half way through out stay Reviewed by KeithDec 2021 "House was beautiful." And the owner next door left cakes and when more people came to visit left more cakes. They were very helpful with Information and would definitely book again!! Reviewed by MartinOct 2021 "Had a lovely week away with the family." Very comfortable and the beds and pillows were so comfortable. Very well equipped kitchen with the exception of a frying pan and oven glove which would have made life a little easier. But not vital. There were a lot of stairs so not good for anyone with mobility problems. The owner was very friendly and full of local tips and advice. Would recommend for a quiet walking holiday, beautiful countryside, and beaches and towns not far away. Reviewed by ChrisOct 2021 "Carreg Felin is situated in a lovely place and provided us with a great base for exploring Pembrokeshire." Rhian, the owner was very welcoming and full of great tips and suggestions for places to visit, eat, and generally discover the area, and she also makes fabulous Welsh Cakes! We thoroughly enjoyed staying here and would highly recommend it. Reviewed by DeniseSep 2021 "The accommodation was beautiful, very well equipped, clean and dog friendly." The owner was very friendly, helpful and thoughtful, she made us cake to welcome us, it was delicious. There are woods behind the property, which we didn't really investigate, the section we did go in was lovely, and I felt very comfortable letting my dog off the lead. A five minute walk from the accommodation was a small pebbled beach, where you can see over the water to Neyland. We chose this location as it was central to family living in the area. There are so many things to see and do and you are only about 30 minutes away from Tenby, Saundersfoot, Freshwater West Beach, Angle Beach, Stack Rocks, Carew Castle. The location is ideal, the accommodate was brilliant and the owner was on hand to help if needed. Reviewed by IanJul 2021 "The house was very pleasant and comfortable, and the owner made us feel very welcome." Although the house is in a village, the location felt very peaceful and quiet - just the birds singing in the trees around the property, and the occasional honk from a ferry's horn down on the waterway. Reviewed by JaneJun 2021 "Stairs were a bit challenging" Reviewed by WendyOct 2020 "The accommodation was in a great location set in a secluded wooded position." It was a very short walk from the shoreline and coastal path and a local pub restaurant overlooking the Haven. Easy Central car access to all Pembrokeshire coastal resorts and unspoilt coastline as well as being near Milford Haven and Pembroke itself. The accommodation was excellent very clean with all facilities and comfortable beds! There was a garden area and an area of woodland which was great for our young dog. It is a lovely old restored building but the only negative could be the arrangement of rooms over Different floors with the lounge sandwiched between the bedroom floors. Lots of stairs! I think that the Sykes description should be a little clearer . We were fine as 4 Adults but I would imagine that it could be difficult if you are elderly or have young children. However we had a brilliant stay with very helpful friendly neighbours. We would fully recommend it and are likely to book it again in the future! Reviewed by JanSep 2020 "Super location with plenty of beautiful coastal walks." Lovely local pub with great food and very dog friendly. The owners of the property were very helpful and on hand for any advice or queries. Would definitely recommend. Reviewed by DawnSep 2020 Show more Summary Over four floors Three bedrooms: 1 x third-floor double with en-suite bathroom with shower over bath, basin and WC, 2 x double bedrooms on first floor Second-floor shower room with walk-in shower, basin and WC Kitchen/diner Second-floor sitting room Gas central heating Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, tumble dryer, TV and WiFi Fuel and power inc. in rent Bed linen and towels inc. in rent Ample off-road parking Garden with lawn area, seating area and secret garden with stream, fire pit and log bench seat, as well as access to 4.5 acres of woodland One well-behaved pet welcome Sorry, no smoking allowed Shop 1.3 miles, pub within 0.1 miles Note: There is an unfenced pond within the woodland, please supervise children and dogs when outdoors The property Neyland 1.2 miles. Resting within striking distance of the north side of the Milford Haven Waterway is this characterful holiday accommodation, Carreg Felin. Enjoying four floors of charm and character, this town house cottage is the perfect base for families and friends to enjoy this stunning part of the Pembrokeshire coast. Enter into this stone-built dwelling and be welcomed into the well-equipped kitchen, where you can look forward to trying your hand at a family favourite dish by making the most of the quality appliances. The kitchen also comes with a handy dishwasher, washing machine and tumble dryer, so you will barely have to lift a finger during your stay. Once dinner is ready, regroup with your loved ones at the contemporary dining table, which is a striking contrast against the charm of the exposed stone wall. After dinner, climb the staircase to the second floor, where a cosy sitting room awaits; look forward to snuggling up on the sofa and tuning into the TV to enjoy some relaxing hours before heading to bed. Catch your rest within one the three bedrooms, each one enjoying plush linens and plenty of storage space for your belongings. Choose between the master bedroom, situated on the third floor with its own en-suite bathroom and small interior balcony with daybed, or two double bedrooms, both situated on the first floor, offering a flexible sleeping arrangement to suit all party make ups. Continuing to impress is the property’s quaint secret garden, where a spot of alfresco dining can be enjoyed before exploring the 4.5 acres of woodland. If you can tear yourself away from this truly charming spot, head into the town of Neyland, where you will find a range of amenities to suit all needs. Alternatively, travel slightly further afield to Milford Haven and look forward to strolling around the pretty marina to watch the boats come and go, before making your way to the award-winning Torch Theatre. If you are feeling adventurous, walk along the famous coastal path and discover the many delights of Pembrokeshire, including St David’s, the smallest city in the UK with its magnificent cathedral. Alternatively, choose to cross Cleddau Bridge to Pembroke Dock and visit Pembroke, dominated by an imposing 13th century castle renowned as the birthplace of Henry Tudor. Other attractions within the area include Oakwood Theme Park, the National Trust owned Cleddau Woodlands and the Manor Wildlife Park, offering something for all ages and tastes. With so much to see and do, Carreg Felin is a wonderful escape to this part of the country. View on map About the location NEYLAND Pembroke 5 miles. The small town of Neyland is situated just off the Cleddau Estuary in the beautiful county of Pembrokeshire. Home to a fabulous marina this rural town provides a choice of pubs and a handful of shops, while excellent walks and the Brunel Cycle Trail pass nearby. Cross the stunning Cleddau Bridge to Pembroke Dock, renowned for its shipbuilding during the World Wars and home to a fabulous museum, converted from a former fort. Visit the fabulous town of Pembroke, dominated by an imposing 13th century castle renowned as the birthplace of Henry Tudor. Follow the pretty coastal walks that wind their way through the stunning Pembrokeshire coastline, boasting many wonderful, stunning beaches. Take a short drive to the bustling town of Haverfordwest with its selection of shops, inviting tea rooms and superb seafood restaurants. Discover the unique city of St Davids, the smallest city in the British Isles and a shrine to the patron saint of Wales, where you can enjoy a superb boat trip and observe fascinating marine life. A perfect base for a family holiday.