Aberfforest House is a traditional 200 year old detached farmhouse, set just 150 yards from the sea in one of Pembrokeshire’s most unspoilt coves from which it takes its name, Aberfforest. Renovated throughout (in 2015) yet retaining original features, step into the large well-equipped kitchen/diner, ideal for preparing family meals with its large, range cooker and farmhouse table. There are two sitting rooms, one with a retained Inglenook and wood burning stove and a further cosy snug where children can relax. Two staircases lead to the spacious bedrooms, two offer super views over the beach and out to sea and a fixed wooden step ladder leads to a final galleried attic bedroom nestling in the eaves. The enclosed, rear garden with paved terrace has views to the sea and is perfect to enjoy an alfresco meal on a summer’s evening.
Only yards from the sand and shingle beach, this sheltered cove is ideal for swimming and kayaking and is a favourite haunt of seals and dolphins. Deciduous ancient woodlands run down tiny valleys to the sea's edge and birdwatchers and naturalists delight in the abundance of wildlife. The bay, which can only be approached by the general public over a long footpath, is almost private and has launching facilities available by prior arrangement.
Join the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path and enjoy walks along the coast to Newport with its golden sandy beach on the mouth of the Nevern river with its shops, pubs and restaurants or east to Cwm yr Eglwys, Pwllgwaelod and Dinas Head. The villages of Newport and Dinas with their facilities are both within 2 miles, a pleasant walk in good weather.
A wonderful holiday awaits you at Aberfforest House, perfect for family and friends to enjoy quality time together.
The following 6 properties are approximately 150 yards from the beach: Part of a group of six farm buildings including Seahorse Cottage (12050), Crab Cottage (10885), Seal Cottage (13257), Hen Ty Llaeth (12750) and Barnacle Cottage (13498).
Ground Floor: Kitchen/diner, hall, utility room, shower room/whb/wc, sitting room, second sitting room.
First Floor: 2 double rooms, twin room, bathroom/shower cubicle/whb/wc, bunk room, double room/super kingsize bed, shower room/whb/wc.
Second Floor: Accessed by fixed wooden step ladder to galleried attic room with 2 single beds.
Parking: Space for 4 cars. Boat launching by prior arrangement with no fee required.
Facilities: Range cooker, 5 ring gas hob, double electric oven, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, tumble dryer, TV, DVD player, WiFi, 1 bath towel provided per person, garden furniture.
Pets: 2 - £15 per pet per week/short break
Pet Notes: 2.
Heating: Oil central heating, underfloor heating in some ground floor rooms, wood burner.
Fuel Charges: Electricity & Oil: £30 per week Oct - April, free May - Sept.
This Access Statement has been prepared by the owner for your information; it is the most recent version that we have received. This statement has been prepared as objectively as possible, however with such a wide remit oversights may be made.
Please ensure all crucial requirements for a safe and enjoyable holiday are present so if you have any queries whatsoever, please do not hesitate to contact us on 01437 767600.
Aberfforest House is approached from an A-road, then along half a mile of concreted farm track, sloping down with 2 sharp bends, opening onto the old concreted farmyard. The house is situated at the bottom of a 0.5 mile winding lane suitable for standard vehicles (max. 7m). Car parking is on a sloping gravelled area 5m from the front door. There is a small step (approx. 5 inches) up to the front door plus standard door threshold. Access to side door is over the gravel and then concrete path with no steps, however there is a threshold on the door. Access through the garden is uneven, but can be achieved with no steps via a slate path. Garden is grass with a low concrete wall and 3 steps which can be avoided to reach the door. There are 3 exits from the garden, all are gated. Back door from the garden to the house can be reached with no steps, but has the threshold still – approx. 3 inches. There is a 2 inch step into the kitchen from the main entrance hallway. There is a 3 inch step into the main sitting room from the main entrance hallway. Kitchen has extensive work surface with a low oven. Boot room – exits kitchen to side door – exposed boiler system – keep door closed. Utility room – 2 inch step down from kitchen. There is a shower on the ground floor, with a high step in to it, plus a wc. Other facilities all on 1st floor. Interiors are generally relatively light in colour with beige carpets. Snug sitting room off kitchen with no steps. Televisions have subtitles available. Wood burning stove in main sitting room. Some doorways are narrow, but most are standard width. Main staircase is 11 steps, followed by a half landing and 4 more steps. There is a handrail the whole length of the flight. This staircase is not steep. ‘Back’ staircase – 9 steps, half landing then 6 steps. Entire flight however a steeper grade. There is a banister. All windows on the upper floors have child safety catches which prevent them from being opened past a few inches wide unless the catch is released. Family bathroom shower has a 5in threshold in to it and a narrow door (50cm gap). The shower base is 1m by 1m. The bath is large, but freestanding with no handrails. Small bedroom has a bunk bed. Shower room has a 2 inch threshold into shower. Door is wider (80cm) and the shower tray is large. Attic bedroom – narrow and steep wooden ‘ladder’ style staircase with 11 steps. Rail on one side plus non-slip paint on steps to help grip. Floor to ceiling banisters around the opening at the top. Parental cautionary note – please ensure your children are old enough to use the attic safely. Public transport available at the top of the 0.5 m steep lane. Guide dogs welcome.
This is by far one of the best properties we have ever stayed in, it is large but retains many original features and is very cosy a home away from home. The location down a farm track makes it quiet and secluded. (apart from a small number of people walking on the coast path) There are about 8 other properties nearby but no one overlooks another. The house itself is spacious and equipped to a high standard with views out to sea. The kitchen everything you could need. The garden is lovely and enclosed so is safe for children and dogs. It is a short walk down to a lovely sandy beach which is safe for swimming at high tide. You have direct access to the coast path. There is also a lovely glad with a waterfall nearby. Parking is just at the front of the house. There are plenty of dog friendly cafe and pubs nearby and also a good choice of shops at Dians Cross and Newport.
Many thanks for the use of this excellent house. We had a great week, the weather was kind, Lots of walking done, Cliff path between Fishguard and Newport and Carn - ingli, Also visited St David's and surrounded Area , The Gwynn valley, the garden is great, and the beaches are incredible. also visited Tenby by train from Fishguard, We had a Lovely Stay.
Thank you, A lovely peaceful week in your lovely home. Thought with the rain on Monday we were in for the week, but Tuesday the Sun came out. Beach every day and a nice pint at the castle.
We all had a absolutley fantastic few days to ce;ebrate Lilys 24th and Leos 1st Birthday. A really great home in a perfect location, Thank you !
We have all had a lovely week here. Walking the coastal paths, walks along the beach and the waterfall. Lovely and comfortable house.
We have had a fantastov week as this delightful farm house. We have walked the coastal paths and have had some memorable times celbrating our 60th birthdays with our dear family. Birthday meal at Llys meddyg was a real treat - Thank you! x
We had a brilliant time at Aberfforest. The house is great, the beach is amazing!
What a fantastic holiday! The location is true paradise and the house itself is amazing! We had all our home comforts, such a safe environment for our two boys plus the dog had the time of his life! - Fantastic coastal walks. We are so impressed we are currently trying to book for next year, dates for summer are nearly full - speaks volumes! Thank you Mike and Sandie for being so welcoming and accommodating. See you Aug 2017 :)
This is truly a magical place to holiday, this is our 3rd year and our second in Aberfforest house with our grandsons together we have created so many happy memories together we love the alterations that have been done, whilst still keeping the character and feel of the original house. It has been really useful having the wifi and the guys have really enjoyed the snug, and docking station and the attic bedroom. We have enjoyed walking the Coastal path and discovered a circular walk from the beach via Cwn yr Eglwys (where you can get on ice-cream)It takes about 1¾hrs, The route can be found on tegfarm.fileswordpress.com or Google Dinas circular walk, We hired Kayaks from St Davids (Tyf.com)and explored the coast across to Newport and around Dinas head. We also had a lovely meal at the sloop at Portgain, Abereidy beach is good for a bit of body boarding. Finally a truly fantastic place and a fabulous holiday, hopefully we can be quick and book again for next year!!!! thank you for the wine and lovely fresh flowers.
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