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This spacious cottage for two is a lovingly (and sympathetically) converted barn restoration packed with original features and charm. It is a cosy and stylish living space located at the start of the Gwaun valley - one of the most picturesque valleys in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.
Beudy Ty Hen sits with its sister property Stablau Ty Hen and is styled in an eclectic funky, contemperary retro /1950's way. In the middle of its own land, surrounded by gorgeous countryside and with its own stunning views, it is a great place to get away from it all. There is a quiet public footpath that runs down to the river. The pasture, hedges and woodland on the smallholding have been managed and restored to promote wildlife – one of the boundaries is the River Gwaun. Ty Hen fairly teems with wildlife: badgers, bats and otters. - you will not want to move from this peaceful haven!
An amazing added bonus to staying in this charming cottage is the use of stone built stabling, a sand arena and post and railed paddocks for visitors with horses. See inside this beautiful Pembrokeshire cottage.
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This location is relatively accessible via public transport. You may need a taxi or to ask for a lift at the start and end of your holiday if you have heavy cases, but otherwise there are local public transport services available within walking distance. You can get information on UK transport services from Transport Direct using a destination postcode of SA65 9TA.
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PLEASE NOTE that there is an 'Open Garden' weekend at Beudy Ty Hen on 6/7th July 2013, so the general public will be allowed access to the gardens on those dates. Babies welcome (cot on request) but otherwise not suitable for under 5s (access to riverbank, ponies etc). There is use of stone built stabling for up to 2 horses, a sand arena, and post and railed paddocks for visitors with horses. Please contact the housekeeper to advise.
This accommodation strictly operates Monday / Friday changeovers only
Prices include heating and electricity where it is installed, bed-linen, towels, and hot water. Guests may be responsible for purchasing extra baskets of logs/fuel if desired.