An inspirational renovation! Carreg Las is a stunning blend of pared-down Georgian simplicity and contemporary Welsh style.
Exposed raw materials - slate slabs, original stonework, local oak beams and lime plaster - are softened by vintage & modern Welsh blankets and rugs from local mills.
Perfectly positioned on a very quiet little road in Trefdraeth - the spectacular Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and the Preseli mountains are literally on your doorstep! Carreg Las is within easy walking distance to restaurants, cafes and galleries that make Trefdraeth the perfect holiday destination.
This light and airy house is furnished with an eclectic mix of traditional and modern pieces, with a hugely sociable open plan kitchen/dining/patio area for inside-outside relaxing – a perfect holiday escape! Check out our Facebook album for more pics
There is old slate flooring throughout the ground floor - with underfloor central heating and Welsh wool rugs throughout the ground floor - as well as WIFI
Cegin Fawr - Kitchen /Dining room (open plan)
Parlwr /Living Room 1
Lolfa /Living Room 2
Wet Room (downstairs) Vola fittings
Bedrooms Carreg Las has 2 x double bedrooms, 1 bunk bed room and a single room - can accommodate up to 7 people .
Bathroom (upstairs) Vola fittings
“Un funud fach cyn elo’r haul o’r wybren
Un funud fwyn cyn delo’r hwyr i’w hynt”
Chwaethus, cyfforddus a chroesawgar – dyma Carreg Las, eich cartref tra’n ymweld â bro hynafol Waldo. ‘Sdim angen disgrifio Tydrath, gan fod yr olygfa ogoneddus o’r Parrog yn cael ei dangos ar y sgrîn bron bob dydd ar S4C!
Cymreictod cyfoes yw naws y ty - adnewyddiad crefftus a syml gan arbenigwyr lleol, a’r awyrgylch yn codi calon pob tro
O’r bwthyn, mae popeth o fewn cyrraedd a rhywbeth at ddant pawb – siopau, traethau, hen ffefrynnau fel y Llew Aur a Llys Meddyg, tro i gopa Carn Ingli, diod ar y Parrog ac wrth gwrs y llwybr arfordirol bendigedig. Dewch i adnabod yr ardal hudolus ‘ma…
Pembrokeshire Coast National Park run a series of coastal buses, so you can walk any bit of the coast path with the promise of a ride home!
Trefdraeth (Newport) you are here! Ancient bustling streets (antique shops, galleries, cafes, butcher, fish shop and Monday farmers market) and pathways lead directly to the Nyfer Estuary teeming with wildlife and great 1 mile long flat beach. 1 mile - 15 minute walk /2 mins drive
Preseli Mountains - Site of ancient forts and spectactular mountain views (walking distance)
Fantastic kayaking along the coast
Abergwaun (Fishguard) - Harbour, cafes, farmers market (Sat) food market (Thurs) & art galleries - 5 mile/ 7 mins.
Abereiddi + the famous Blue Lagoon….coasteering
Tyddewi (St Davids)– The smallest city in Wales, named after Wales’s patron saint, who lived here in the 4th Century. Boat Trips to Ynys Dewi (Ramsey), Sgomer (Skomer), Ynys Gwales (Grassholm) Traeth Mawr – large surfing beach 22miles/35mins drive
Welsh woollen mills - Melin Teifi (Welsh woollen museum), Melin Solfach + Melin Tregwynt - for gorgeous Welsh blankets!
Aberteifi (Cardigan) - The ancient market town of Aberteifi lies on the beautiful River Teifi, traditional shopping (inc. supermarkets) Mwldan theatre and cinema - 15 miles /20 mins drive
Arberth - one of most charming towns in Wales - 22 miles /35 mins
Goodwick harbour - (day-trips to Ireland, beach) 4 mile/5 mins