A semi-detached beautifully converted barn set in a complex of 6 around a large gravel courtyard on a quiet rural lane outside Croesgoch.
Swallows Rest has been finished to a high standard; comfortably and stylishly furnished it retains original features with some changes of levels. The large, beautifully fitted farmhouse kitchen with traditional style Aga is ideal for family meals and leads to a sheltered, paved patio and enclosed, lawn garden ideal for alfresco dining and for children to play; while the light spacious lounge has a wood burning stove for chillier evenings and plenty of comfortable seating, open tread stairs lead to the gallery master bedroom nestling in the eaves with ensuite shower room. 3 steps from the hall leads to the spacious twin room, while open tread stairs lead to a double bedroom and snug/small sitting room.
Tucked away yet conveniently located, a short drive will take you to Porthgain with its popular pubs and the beautiful beaches of Abereiddy and the Blue Lagoon made famous by the Red Bull Diving Championships and Abermawr, as well as the popular surfing beach of Whitesands. Join the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path and explore this stunning coastline. Golf is available in St Davids, Mathry and Haverfordwest; this riverside market town is well worth a visit. The tiny city of St David's is only a 10 minute drive away with its excellent facilities, cathedral and Bishops Palace.
A perfect holiday retreat all year round, yet ideally located for exploring this area of Pembrokeshire.
Ground Floor: Hall, 2 steps down from hall to twin room, kitchen/diner, bathroom/overhead shower/whb/wc, lounge.
First Floor: Open tread stairs from hall to double room/king size bed, snug. Open tread stairs from lounge to galleried double room/king size bed/ensuite shower room/whb/wc - restricted headroom.
Parking: 2 cars in front of house.
Facilities: Electric Aga, combination microwave, dishwasher, washer/dryer, fridge, freezer, 2 TVs, TV for playing DVDs and Xbox only, DVD player, video player/recorder, portable radio/CD player, iPod music system, WiFi, towels, barbecue, garden furniture. Storage available in garage for bikes, kayaks, wet suits, surfboards etc.
Heating: Oil central heating, woodburner.
Fuel Charges: Electricity & Oil: £20 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.
The property is approached via a B-road. Then about 75 yards down the lane you turn into a short gravel track. There is parking for up to 2 cars outside the front of the property. There is a gravel drive up to the front door. The main entrance door is 106 cms wide, reached by 2 x 25/30cm slate steps. The back entrance door is 76cms wide, reached by 1 x 20cm high slate step, across flat rear patio area. The rear level patio is reached by 3 foot wide gravel path around the property or directly across the enclosed lawn garden surrounding the side and rear. Also 4 steps down to patio from lawn 14cms deep as slight slope down to patio from rear lawn. All internal doors on the ground floor are a minimum of 70cms width. Kitchen has extensive worktops. Bedside lamps are touch activated. Main bedroom and galleried double room/kingsize bed/ensuite shower room/whb/wc are accessed up flight of stairs from lounge. The ensuite double room has restricted headroom. Second double bedroom from the hall has 8 x (20cm deep) steps up to it, a staircase 70cm wide with a wooden banister. The twin bedroom is now accessed down two steps. Television and other entertainment equipment operated by remote handsets. No teletext on TV. External lights to front and rear turned on by switches inside each door. Public transport from village 1 mile away.
5 of us came to Swallows Rest, Close to being one of the best, The girls went off on their bikes, 2 of us wished we had trikes. Sadly the week is over, that the rub. Still we can reminisce, down at the pub. Weekend coming, time to roam Thank you for letting us use your home :)
Thank you so much for yet another glorious stay in your beautiful home - Wonderful coastal walk Newgale - Solva 5+ miles (approx 3hrs) With stops to admire the view. Amazing food at The Sloop Inn Porthgain - Can highly recommend.
A lovely home, we've loved being here. Our daughter got married in the cathedral so Swallows Rest was a marvellous base for the family. We will go away with very happy memories.
We've had a lovely weekend at Swallows Rest.A good location for cycling around the area and for visiting various beaches to fly kites. Enjoyed getting to grips with cooking on an AGA - Especially enjoyed the aga toast.
A most enjoyable stay. Accommodation well equipped, comfortable and tastefully decorated. Ideal location facilities for a chill out. Highly recommended and no complaints what so ever!
The Wolf Inn, 15 min drive from Swallows Rest. Very Friendly, generous portions and yummy food. Until next year with our thanks!
Enjoyed another lovely week at Swallows rest - as always warm, welcoming and well equipped. We love the peace and quiet here, perfect for unwinding. Thank you for the welcome tray and doggy treats for Molly. Enjoyed being here with the Family (1st Visit) Sure won't be the last! Love and thanks The Wilkes and The Norths.
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