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Change to check-in/check-out times
Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, we have temporarily adjusted our check-in to 5:30pm and check-out to 9:30am. Thank you for your understanding.
The owner of The Old Cowshed has taken extra steps to undertake a COVID-19 Risk Assessment and has a process in place to maintain cleanliness and aid social distancing, in accordance with the Visit Britain 'We're Good To Go' scheme.
You will be staying in this entire home with you and your loved ones. Plus have piece of mind that this property has an enclosed garden for added security and privacy.
Check-in from 4:00PM and Check out by 10:00AM
The Old Cowshed was handpicked by our team to join our portfolio. Here's just a few of the reasons we think you'll love staying in The Old Cowshed too!
The Old Cowshed is a fantastic example of a beautiful cottage renovation, sleeping 6 people comfortably in this homage to the bucolic farm buildings of the area. Retaining many traditional features such as the warm wooden beams, slate floors and brick walls, this stunning property sits quietly within the coastal countryside, allowing for a tranquil, restful stay with your loved ones.
There are three bedrooms in this spacious property - the first is a ground-level twin room, while the upstairs master and second twin room sit under the beautiful wooden eaves of the upstairs, with views across green fields for miles around.
Each of the beautifully proportioned bedrooms comes with its own en-suite. Both the downstairs twin and the master suite have WCs, showers, and baths, while the second twin has a shower and WC - no need to fight for the bathroom in the morning!
The lounge area is cosy and inviting without compromising on space. Three comfortable sofas surround a large coffee table, all pointing towards the stunning log burner with a beautiful stone wall surround.
A fully equipped kitchen also houses the six-seater dining space and sits neatly beside the utility room - traditional slate floors combined with all the modern conveniences are a welcome combination at this contemporary rustic property.
To fully enjoy the maritime climate of Pembrokeshire, why not take dinner outside to the fantastic outdoor dining set, which sits neatly upon a patio and crushed slate shaded area, with a BBQ for summer nights.
This dog-friendly property has a large enclosed garden for children and pets to play, and the entire property is surrounded by open countryside and fresh sea air from the nearby coast.
3 bedrooms, sleeping a maximum of 6/8 guests.
2 fold-out beds are available on request, to accommodate 2 extra children (bedding supplied).
1 twin room on ground floor with storage and mirror, and en suite bathroom with WC, wash hand basin, bath & overhead shower.
Upstairs twin room has two single beds, under eaves storage, and en suite bathroom with WC, wash hand basin, and shower.
Upstairs master bedroom has wrought iron double bed, plenty of light from windows with countryside views, sofa, full-length standalone mirror, chest of drawers, and en suite bathroom with WC, wash hand basin with mirror, freestanding bath, heated towel rail and shower unit.
Ground floor lounge has 3 comfortable double sofas, wall-mounted TV, large coffee table sat upon slate floors, with a fantastic stone feature wall with wood-burning stove. Access to upstairs twin and master bedrooms via a wooden staircase leading to a long landing with sofas and velux widows overlooking the countryside beyond.
Modern kitchen flanks both sides of this kitchen and dining room, with electric cooker, microwave, fridge with icebox, coffee machine, toaster, and a wall-mounted TV and small sofa for relaxing. In the front window, a small table and chair that can be used as a desk. The large table and chairs to seat 6 are the centrepiece of this room.
Leading towards the side of the house, down 3 small steps, is the utility room with storage, an additional sink, and a washing machine - a great space for the 2 dogs allowed! There is also a Wet Room with shower, WC and wash hand basin. Two doors lead out to the front and rear of the property; the front door leads to the private parking and a small picnic table.
The back door leads to a large rear enclosed garden, with paved and crushed slate patio dining area, with outdoor dining table for 6 people and a BBQ. The garden extends backwards towards a large raised lawn area with additional seating near the beautiful stone walls that keep dogs and children safely within.
Short breaks - Winter only (Nov-Mar)
Dogs - 2 dogs welcome
Changeover Day - Saturday
Towels - Yes
Bedlinen - Included as standard
Cot - Yes
Highchair - Yes
Fuel - Inclusive
Parking - Ample parking for at 3 least vehicles
Please note: Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, certain facilities at some of our properties may not be deliverable. This may include - but is not limited to - swimming pools, hot tubs, and some shared communal areas. If you have a specific enquiry, please contact us by email here. Thank you for your understanding.
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Lovely property in a great location. Very well equipped kitchen and spotlessly clean. Unfortunately it has a complicated ground source heating system, not easy to use or fix when something goes wrong. This was faulty leading to inadequate heating and hot water throughout our stay
Reply from: Quality Cottages Team
Thank you for your review! We are so pleased to hear that you enjoyed your stay at The Old Cowshed, and look forward to welcoming you back again to this gorgeous seaside spot soon.
If you've ever visited a holiday cottage before, you most likely have seen a guestbook in the property for guests to leave a review for others when they arrive. Each of the following comments was lovingly left by people just like you in the guestbook left at The Old Cowshed.
Such a lovely holiday home to stay in.
a lovely well equipped cottage. So peaceful
What a beautiful place! Lovely grounds, lovely setting and a week that was enjoyed by all
A lovely, well equipped and comfortable cottage.
Beautifully equipped cottage.
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Sailing, water sports, leisure parks, coastal walks, golf courses, museums, castles and the safe, sandy beaches of St Brides Bay, Dale and Marloes Peninsulas are all within easy reach from this stunning property.
Relax and take in the bracing, invigorating Pembrokeshire pure air and watch the world of the Haven Waterway go by with yachts, Irish Ferry and ever-changing tidal seascape, just a few miles away at Neyland.
For sailing enthusiasts, there are launching facilities, floating moorings and family-friendly Neyland Yacht Club.
St Brides Bay Beaches
Just a short drive away from The Old Cowshed is St Brides Bay with its lovely sandy beaches and coves.
Do visit the delightful fishing village of Little Haven, the broad flat sands of Broad Haven, Druidston Haven, popular with horse riders a magnificent sight, 2 miles of golden beach perfect for surfing at Newgale all connected by road and the coastal path. Many beaches welcome dogs all year round, some in restricted areas during the summer months.
Magnificent coastal walking with spectacular views of the Milford Haven Waterway and the Irish sea. Wildflowers and wildlife abound. Watch ships entering and leaving the haven, walk around old St Ann's Head lighthouse, beach comb on West Dale and enjoy refreshments in the Griffin Inn at Dale.
Skomer, Grassholm, Skokholm and Gateholm
From the cliffs at Marloes lookout to the offshore bird islands - Skokholm, Gateholm, Grassholm and the Marine Nature Reserve of Skomer. Take a boat trip from Martin's Haven to visit Skomer Island to see the puffin colonies, or take a 2-hour cruise around the island. Visit the headland opposite Skomer Island, the - Deerpark' (NT), a two-thousand-year-old promontory settlement bounded by cliffs and, in September, you will see seal pups on the beaches below.
Tenby & Beaches
Elegant colour-washed Victorian & Georgian buildings, medieval town walls & castle, now a museum, narrow winding streets full of hustle-bustle, shops, cafes, restaurants and bars and 5 magnificent sandy beaches make Tenby a very popular seaside town to visit - bring your bucket and spade!
Caldey Island Boat Trips
Buy your tickets for Caldey Island at the kiosk on the slipway of Tenby Harbour. Enjoy the boat ride and look out for marine wildlife en route. The island has been home to Cistercian monks for a thousand years. They farm the land, produce perfume, chocolate and shortbread all of which are for sale in the island's shop. Stroll in the beautiful countryside, relax on one of the lovely sandy beaches and do visit the Grade II listed abbey.
Bosherston Lily Ponds & St Govans Inn
Stroll along this delightful trail, past the scenic lily ponds and onto beautiful Broad Haven South beach. Before leaving, do enjoy excellent pub food and award-winning ales in the St Govans Inn.
Freshwater West Beach
The magnificent golden sands of Freshwater West with crashing surf, sand dunes and sea cliffs, was the location for the filming of Harry Potter and the battle scene for Robin Hood. Can you find Dobby's grave?
Carew, Castle & Tidal Mill
Take a stroll around the fascinating historic village of Carew with its magnificent medieval castle, ancient Celtic cross, restored tidal mill and family friendly Carew Inn serving good home cooked food and real ales.
Narberth Market Town
Shopaholics will love Narberth, well worth the half hour drive. A vibrant old market town full of interesting and unusual shops, antiques, crafts, cafes, bars and restaurants. Ultra Comeda is a deli specialising in Welsh & Spanish produce where you can enjoy coffee, cakes, and delicious tapas, too. This up and coming boutique town has many artisan food and craft offerings, and the fantastic Queens Hall hosts many a fantastic gig and comedy night.
Neyland Yacht Haven Marina
Neyland Marina is a fantastic place for an afternoon out; a level stroll along the promenade leads you to The Bar Restaurant specialising in delicious fish dishes and Brunel's Cafe/Bar, open all year (popular with locals) - several good waterside inns are also within a short drive.
Do visit the waterside village of Burton. The public jetty is a perfect place for crabbing, and the family friendly Jolly Sailor serves good value pub food on rolling lawns beside the water and in the conservatory.
A magnificent stronghold on the banks of the Cleddau Estuary. Privately owned, very well maintained and open to the public, it makes a lovely spot for exploration and family picnics. Exciting events are held in the grounds throughout the summer season including historical re-enactments, music festivals and falconry displays. Pembroke town is also filled with boutique shops, historic inns, and is a great place to top up your grocery shop while supporting the local economy.
Boat Trips to the Bird Islands
Trip boats leave from nearby Martins Haven to visit the off shore bird islands of Skomer and Skolkholm. You will almost certainly see seals and dolphins too. Remember your camera and binoculars, and remember to book early as these trips are very popular during summer and autumn.
Pembrokeshire has more than its fair share of amazing quality family attractions including Carew Karting, Heatherton Sports Park, Folly Farm, Tenby Tudor Merchants House, Oakwood theme park, the Dinosaur Park Tenby, Clerkenhill Adventure Farm, and many more.
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