Single holiday let sleeping up to 2 guestsThe Old Coach House, Ambleston has been awarded a Trip Advisor certificate of excellence for consistent 5 star reviews and is ideally located for exploring the whole of Pembrokeshire.
It is a small stone barn conversion near the foot of the Preselis, twenty minutes drive from the amazing stretch of coast path that takes in Newgale beach, Solva, St Davidís, Porthgain, Abercastle, Fishguard and on towards Newport and Cardigan.
The main barn is open plan with enormous sofas, comfortable dining area and a mezzanine reached by a steep ladder stair with a low, but luxurious bed.
The kitchen is through a stone arch opening and is well-equipped for relaxed self catering with generous crockery, utensils, pans and linen. It has under floor heating for chillier days, as does the bathroom.
There is access from the extension to an enclosed garden and patio area, and the front lawn from the main barn doors.
It is a serene little place for a couple, or a single person wishing for some peace and the chance to indulge in a little creative thinking! Be warned - there is no television (or tv licence) but free access to wi-fi and a good broadband connection.
We have had honeymoon couples, a marriage proposal, surprise birthday getaways, writers, and artists among the many guests who have booked throughout the year. Summer is amazing in Pembrokeshire but it is also fabulous all year through, and the Old Coach House is set up to cater for a holiday away in any season.
Central location for exploring the whole of Pembrokeshire - car essential.
Quiet picturesque village.
Beaches within twenty minute drive.
Stunning drive over the mountain towards Cardigan.
Great sports centres at Fishguard and Haverfordwest with gyms and many classes
Bed linen, kitchen linen and towels included.
All household items supplied.
Logs for fires provided.
Electricity and wi-fi included.
Generous welcome basket and store cupboard basics.
Pembrokeshire is about being in the landscape: walk the headlands and coast path, climb into the hills, go coasteering around the rocks and cliffs, kayak, canoe or surf the beaches, hire a pony or a mountain bike, book a para-gliding lesson or deep sea dive, take the boat to Skomer or Skokholm, watch the amazing bird life, explore the castles, spend time in the cafes, sample local cheeses and browse the galleries and working woollen mills.
The Pembrokeshire Coast Path runs for 186 breathtaking miles. It is Britainís only coastal national park and you donít have to do it all at once! The shortest walk imaginable will take in the most fabulous scenery and you can always plan a walk that ends beside one of the Puffin bus stops.
There are also excellent gym facilities at the sports and leisure centres in Fishguard and Haverfordwest Ė both under twenty minutes away Ė and St Davids, with a range of classes every day which can be booked and paid for as a visitor.
Just 8 miles away in Fishguard the ferry leaves daily for Ireland so you could tie a Pembrokeshire holiday in with a tour of Ireland too.
Please see all the five star reviews posted to trip advisor