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  • Joyful House (Ty Llawen)

  • Abereiddy
  • Ref: 1181
  • 9
  • 5
  • 4
  • 2
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Joyful House (Ty Llawen)

  • 9
  • 5
  • 4
  • 2
  • Ref: 1181
Property Highlights:

  • Large luxurious Pembrokeshire stone barn
  • Far reaching sea views towards Abereiddy and the sea
  • Restored with a mix of smart, contemporary luxury & rustic style
  • Fantastic 'top of the range' kitchen/dining area
  • A truly special place for holidays any season

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Guest Book Comments

Could be a 5 star review, but was let down by having to clean the house due to cobwebs and dirty floors.

Reply from: Jill

From the Owner:- 'Thanks for his useful feedback. After thorough research, the cleaners have now been changed.'

Mark Edwards - 5th October 2018
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Property Description
What a home! Immerse yourself in Coastal Luxury in this stunning Pembrokeshire barn conversion near Abereiddi.
  • Check in to Joyful House, known locally as Ty Llawen, and enjoy a relaxing, Pembrokeshire holiday.
  • This spacious, traditional stone Pembrokeshire barn has been completely restored with a mix of smart, contemporary luxury and rustic style and is a real joy. Luxurious beds, sumptuous mattresses, embellished throughout with Melin Tregwynt soft furnishings and cosy sofas make for a totally relaxing stay.
  • Surrounded by beautiful countryside, with split-level accommodation on 4 levels to welcome 9 guests, there are stunning panoramic views from the master bedroom and large garden.
  • Snug and warm in winter, light and airy in the summer - a fabulous pet-friendly home for a holiday in any season.
  • In a very private setting, the large luxury barn is one of a small cluster of stone barns and has a sheltered Pembrokeshire courtyard. (Also within this cluster is ~The Fold 1165).
  • Fantastic 'top of the range' kitchen/dining area with all that you need to create that special holiday meal.
  • There is a fabulous sound system in the focal area of the kitchen with Bose speaker system and amplifier. The kitchen benefits from top of the range Neff /Bosch appliances.
  • There is ample room for all sorts of family activities, folded table tennis table for indoor/outdoor use and a variety of other indoor/outdoor games.
  • Far reaching sea views towards Abereiddy and the sea.
  • Fabulous space for entertaining and family gatherings. Halo Cooltouch BBQ, hardwood outside dining table, and Lafuma loungers.
  • Offering a contemporary cottage scheme rarely seen, with fabulous designer features throughout. New white piano keyboard and appliances to ensure a great stay including milk frother and Nutri bullet style juicer.
  • The lounge has 3 stunning sofas, deep and accommodating 4K state of the art Sony TV and sound system.
  • Beds have carefully selected new mattresses for a fabulous nights sleep, adorned with Melin Tregwynt throws and cushions.
  • 5 bedrooms with 4 bathrooms for flexible party sizes.

5 Bedrooms sleeping a maximum of 9. Master Bedroom with Super Kingsize bed and en-suite bathroom (sloping ceiling & restricted headroom) on 2nd floor (accessed by slate staircase) and stunning views from large apex window across open farmland to the coastline and sea. 1 Double with Super Kingsize bed and ensuite shower room and 1 Twin. Both on upper ground floor with doors to garden and views to Strumble Head lighthouse. Large Twin and Single. Both on lower ground floor.

Family Bathroom with toilet, washbasin, bath with fixed head shower on entrance level.

2nd Family Bathroom with toilet, washbasin, bath and separate shower on lower ground floor.

Kitchen on entrance level - large Designer family kitchen (over 30 ft) with fabulous oak table (seating 10), luxury fitted units, central island with 5 bar stools, 6 burner induction hob, two single electric ovens, American style fridge/freezer (with ice dispenser), dishwasher, Bose speaker system with Bass extension /amplifier and games cupboard.

Lounge on entrance level with 3 large sofas, Curved 4K Sony Free sat TV/DVD, soundbar (large collection of DVD's) wood burning stove and patio doors opening onto courtyard.

Utility Room/Boot Room (off kitchen) Bosch washing machine, tumble dryer, heated airing rack, double sink and shoe/boot storage/coats etc.

Grounds large enclosed rear garden with sun trap/sheltered secluded back patio, and low wall seating area, terraced rockery/amphitheatre (care with small children please).

Sheltered front courtyard (with wet suit rack), table tennis table, lawn and a stone seat with sea views, two large standing stones.

NB: Property is split on 4 levels.

Additional Information

Short breaks - Winter

WiFi - Yes

Changeover - Friday

Towels - Yes (please bring your own beach towels)

Parking - Yes

Fuel - Under floor heating throughout, radiators on top floor inclusive May to September. Outside these dates 40 p/w. Starter pack of coal and logs free

Dogs - 2 dogs. 25 each. (kitchen/dining and lounge only please).

Travel cot - Yes

Highchair - Yes

Bed linen - Included as standard

About the Area
Pembrokeshire National Park
  • This is an area of outstanding natural beauty with breathtaking, unspoilt countryside/coastal paths with access to numerous beaches and stunning walks - beautiful wild flowers (especially in May and June) minutes drive away.
  • Numerous birds (Puffins visit Skomer Island in spring and summer), wildlife (seals can be spotted for most of the year) and there are regular boat trips to the nearby islands.
Abereiddy & Porthgain
  • Abereiddy, a sand and shingle beach which welcomes pets all year round, is just over a mile away and is the starting point for a number of coastal walks including the nearby secluded sandy beach of Traeth Llyfn reached via a staircase from the Coastal Path (CAUTION strong currents).
  • Porthgain Harbour - renowned Sloop Inn, The Shed fish and chip bistro, and a couple of impressive art galleries - is also nearby.
St Davids & Whitesands near large luxury Pembrokeshire barn
  • St Davids has a magnificent Cathedral with beautifully restored cloisters and ruined Bishop's Palace - interesting small shops, art galleries and some excellent restaurants.
TYF Adventures, St Davids
  • Adventure activity provider TYF will provide you with an exhilarating array of coastal and countryside adventures. Try coasteering, sea kayaking, surfing, stand up paddle boarding, coastcraft, cycling and climbing with something for all ages.
Whitesands Bay
  • Fabulous Whitesands Bay with its golden sands and excellent surf is within an easy 15 minutes drive - easy parking, life guards in high season and a cafe/shop.
St Davids City Golf
  • St Davids 9 hole golf course overlooks the bay - breathtaking scenery and a challenge for beginners and experts alike!
Pembrokeshire Falconry at Picton Castle
  • Get up close and personal with these magnificent birds of prey in their natural habitat. Fly the birds yourself and wonder as they swoop through the trees and glide over the magical castle's woodland gardens. Choose from a Woodland Hawk Walk, an Owl Encounter a Half Day Experience or a Full Day.

Beauty Spa - Home Visits
  • By prior arrangement a beauty therapist from a local beauty spa will visit Joyful House - a lovely holiday treat.
Boat Trips
  • Trip boats leave regularly from St Justinians near St Davids and from Martins Haven on the Marloes Peninsula to visit the internationally important bird islands of Ramsey and Skomer. Expect to see stunning coastal scenery as well as hundreds of seabirds including puffins, manx sheerwaters, gannets and more. Seals and dolphins can be spotted too.
Castell Henllys
  • Step back over 2000 years in time. Visit this historic site where an iron age settlement has been reconstructed on foundations of the original. Walk inside expertly recreated roundhouses and learn how our ancestors lived.
Places to visit locally
  • Medieval castles, picturesque villages and harbours, numerous art galleries, local crafts and potteries, boutique shops, cafes/restaurants, golf, outward bound activities, farm parks, chocolate factory, Blue Lagoon water park, go karting, riding, surfing (incl lessons), canoeing, walking in the Preseli Mountains, fishing, tennis and the ferry to Ireland.
  • Within a 5 minutes drive of this large luxury Pembrokeshire barn is an excellent local Londis (with fuel) at Square & Compass near Mathry, another supermarket at St Davids and now a M&S in Haverfordwest.
Family Attractions
  • Dr Beynon's Bug Farm & Grub Kitchen (yes they serve edible insects), Hangar Five trampoline park, West Wales Karting, Folly Farm, Manor House Wildlife Park, Heatherton sports park and the Dinosaur Park are just a few of the county's quality attractions for the young and young at heart.
Families or friends sharing are sure to enjoy fulfilling year round holidays in this luxury barn in Pembrokeshire.

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Joyful House (Ty Llawen) rated 4.0 out of 5


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