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Aberelwyn Granary is a quaint little stone cottage, converted from a former granary building and lovingly refurbished to provide comfortable, interesting accommodation for a couple in a pleasing mix of contemporary and traditional styles, in a peaceful, rural location on the North Pembrokeshire/Carmarthenshire border. This is an excellent location for walking and touring the West Wales coastline, the Preseli hills and the “garden of Wales”.
Please note that, although screened and private, the property is adjacent to a working dairy farm, with cows and crops in the neighbouring barns and fields. The bedroom has acoustic glass fitted, to reduce early morning noise. The driveway to the property is shared, providing access to the Granary through the grounds of Aberelwyn Mill (WAV433). The properties are quite private from each other.
Entrance: Direct into the kitchen.
Kitchen: Electric cooker (double oven, ceramic hob), kettle, toaster, Nespresso coffee maker; large woodburning stove, two chairs.
Utility: (adjacent) washing machine, fridge/freezer, microwave, coat and boot storage.
Dining area: (up three steep slate steps) Table and 2 chairs.
Bathroom: Bath with shower over, basin and WC. Heated towel rail, extractor fan, shaver point.
Lounge: Flat screen TV, DVD player, electric stove.
Study: (up four wooden steps) Desk, chair, books and games.
Bedroom: Double bed, Juliet balcony.
Pets: One pet welcome.
Parking: Parking adjacent; driveway shared with Aberelwyn Mill, WAV433.
Garden: Natural grassed grounds, gravelled patio area, garden furniture, chimenea; shared access to surrounding woodland and private stretch of the River Taf.
Heating: Woodburning stove and electric radiators.
Short Breaks: Available any time outside of main holiday weeks.
Beach: 15 miles
Notes: Non-smoking property. Bed linen and towels provided. Electricity and WiFi included. Initial basket of logs provided. Some limited headroom: sloping beamed ceilings; shower headroom 6’4”. Working dairy farm adjacent.
At a Glance
- Sleeps 2 people
- 1 Bedroom
- 1 Pet welcome
- Private parking
- Bed linen included
- Towels included
- 15 Miles from the coast
- 3.6 Miles to a pub
- 4 Miles to a shop
- Ground floor bathroom
- 1 Double bed
- Washing machine
- Open fire/woodburner
Fabulous Spot! We loved the grounds. Spent a day reading a book by the stream. So Good! Enjoyed the gorgeous beaches too.Paula - 6th July 2019
Wonderful stay in a beautiful part of the world. Relaxing sitting in the garden. For morning coffee can recommend St Davids and the coast walk around Brides Bay. Stunning secluded beaches. We only found 19 dragons in the garden. Would definitely recommend Thank you.Edyta and Paul - 24th June 2019
We have had a wonderful stay in your beautiful cottage! Thank you for the gifts, we really enjoyed the welsh cakes! We managed to find 22 dragons (even if we did slip over trying to find the big one!) The Cottage had everything we needed and we will certainly recommend it! Thanks.Kim, James and Willow. - 31st May 2019
Really beautiful cottages in a lovely settingMr Timothy Elverson - 7th March 2019
What a beautiful place - stunningly restored & felt as if all the equipment was brand new! The river made my holiday - the dogs loved paddling in the water & so did I!Alison, Gareth - Lolita & Mutley - 18th September 2018
Excellent cottage, beautiful setting by a working dairy farm. Country holiday that has the complete package. Miss Pam Haywood - 12th September 2018
What a gorgeous little cottage! It has everything you need, beautiful features & a lovely feel about it. Lots of lovely walks nearby.Suzanne & Chris - 28th August 2018
Lovely place - had a really good time!Nikki & Tom - 15th August 2018
It is a wonderful property. Restored with taste, with attention to small details. The reality is even better then the pictures on the website. Old modern necessities in a old traditional heritage site. We met the owners, and they have an inspiring vision on the future of the site. Note it is next to a real life working diary farm. But ear plugs do the job. I had a visit to farm and a nice talk about farming and the country life in Wales with the farmer. With his central location you never have to travel far to see most of South and Mid Wales. The welcome basket was a real treat : with olive oil for cooking, a delicious cake, coffee, a bottle of wine and milk. We knew there was an Nespresso machine so we brought our own extra coffee. We enjoyed our stay.Tom - 24th July 2018
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