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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.
We are working with all our property owners to ensure property cleanliness and hygiene standards are consistently met. The owners of Highgrove have been advised on the latest NHS and government guidelines.
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.
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Highgrove was handpicked by our team to join our portfolio. Here's just a few of the reasons we think you'll love staying in Highgrove too!
This large and airy property has been beautifully and calmly decorated to a high standard, allowing the countryside views from every room to take precedence. The house itself has generously sized spaces within, but it's the large amount of outside space teamed with the idyllic countryside setting that is this property's biggest appeal. Suitable for family gatherings and private celebrations, Highgrove is perfectly positioned to enjoy Pembrokeshire's slower country pace, while being close to some of its most energetic activities and bustling southern hotspots.
If it's a break in the fresh country air that you're looking for, then look no further! This property boasts green fields, trees, buzzards, and rabbits as far as the eye can see - this is the perfect retreat for those looking to escape the restlessness of city life, offering a mindful, meditative escape for a group of up to 6 people.
Four bedrooms - two king-size rooms and a single at the back of the property with views over the lawn and fields beyond, and another smaller single room with countryside views, suitable for children or adults. This property is all on one level, so is suitable for all persons in your party.
The bedrooms have flanked either side by well thought out living spaces. The lounge is to the right-hand side of the property and is a calming, relaxing space, as well as comfy sofas and a large TV for movie nights.
The new kitchen has a distinct countryside vibe, with modern wooden units upgrading this from the kitsch to the contemporary. The long, open-plan room also has a dining table to seat 6 diners, as well as a compact sitting area towards the rear, looking out onto the rear patio area.
This property perfectly combines practicality and luxury. A small utility room next to the kitchen takes care of all the pragmatic things that you'd need while on a stay away from home, while the stylish patio set in a beautifully manicured sun trap to the rear of the property is perfect for al fresco dining in the fresh air.
Nearby Narberth (only 1 mile away!) is a beautiful market town that is accessible via a short drive. It has everything you'd need and a bit more - there are food shops, a very popular delicatessen, cafes, an award-winning butcher, and some of the best fish and chips in West Wales, as well as boutique shops, art galleries, and markets, and a fantastic theatre offering live music and plays.
4 bedrooms sleeping a maximum of 6.
1 king-size master bedroom with wardrobe, chest of drawers, and double bed with a large window looking out to the rear of the property.
1 King bedroom with wardrobe, chest of drawers and mirror, with a window looking out to the rear of the property.
1 single bedroom has a large single bed, small chest of drawers and wardrobe, and mirror and a window looking towards the private rear of the property.
The other single room is more compact, with a large single bed, a slim window with pastoral views, and storage space, and a mirror.
2 Bathrooms: 1 small bathroom with shower cubicle, toilet, washbasin(s), heated towel rails, and mirror. 1 larger family bathroom with bath, toilet, washbasin, mirror, and separate shower cubicle.
Kitchen, luxury fitted, modern kitchen with warm wooden units, electric cooker with 4 hobs, integrated fridge, integrated dishwasher, integrated microwave, double sink with views out to the fields beyond. Dining table and chairs to seat 6 beside a sitting area with 2 leather sofas and a TV. Door to rear courtyard patio.
Separate utility room, with washing machine, dryer and sink.
Spacious and airy lounge at the other end of the property. The lounge area has a WiFi router, TV cabinet with a flat-screen smart TV, coffee table, 3-seater sofa, 2-seater and an armchair to seat 6, and a door to the side entrance letting in sunlight.
Please note; the log burner is not in use, but the property has oil central heating and radiators throughout.
Tiled hallway with beautifully glazed front door and access to the front of the property with large parking area and gated entrance.
Extensive, manicured grounds with trees all around, offering gated, secure outside space and ample parking. Large lawned area to the front of the property, with patio area in a sunny situation to the rear with seating for 6 for outdoor dining. Rural, idyllic surroundings.
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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First rate accommodation(probably the best we have had anywhere) with a delightful and quiet rural setting with spectacular views, Natalie and Hywel were friendly and attentive hosts without being the least intrusive. We have already recommended to friends and I am sure will rebook again for ourselves
A beautiful, spacious, well equipped property in a good location with a wonderful country view.
The owners have exceeded our expectations in making the wonderful bungalow an extremely pleasant environment to stay in. Very comfortable beds and equipped with two lounge areas. There were four in our party and found lots of room to enjoy privacy if we wished. The owners live close by and went out of their way to make us feel welcome. Highly recommended!
It's perfect. We had very great time. The location is perfect. Bungalow is excellent.
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Narberth is a bustling market town only a 1 mile from your holiday property and is well-known for its markets, a yearly food festival, and fantastic restaurants and cafes.
The popular delicatessen and restaurant Ultracomida serves tapas, Spanish dishes, and a myriad of authentic wines, hot chocolates, and coffees, although booking is advisable. Nearby Plum Vanilla is a fantastic vegan restaurant offering vibrant food within a vibrant, welcoming space - the cakes are phenomenal and freshly created on site.
There's a huge variety of other fine dining and eating options nearby including The Grove Hotel (within walking distance!), as well as Angel Pub, Peppercorn Restaurant, Joe's Pizza and Madtom Cafe & Bar in nearby Narberth, which all come highly recommended. In addition, The Amorth Arms and Boars Head in Templeton are also great options for a delicious meal during your stay.
Boutique shops such as The Golden Sheaf offer a little something different to chain stores, and the art galleries elevate this small town into a chic cultural idyll.
Visit The Queens Hall for all things art and music - restrictions allowing, people travel from afar to attend national gigs and featured films screened in this popular arts venue, run solely by part-time staff and funded by donations.
Narberth is one of Pembrokeshire's most ancient settlements. Its name comes from the pre-Norman 'Arberth' and was mentioned in the Mabinogion, Wales' ancient book of folk history and was once the palace of Pwyll, Prince of Dyfed.
If you're looking for a day out at the seaside, then the coast is not far away. Some hand an hour from Narberth, you have access to South Pembrokeshire's popular towns and beaches.
Tenby is a medieval walled town like no other on this coastline and is best known for its picturesque harbour lined with colourful fishermen's houses. It's dotted with cool cafes, fresh seafood, and boat trips to nearby Calldey island, home of the famous chocolate-making monks. Choose from Tenby's two large beaches for a quick dip in the sea, and treat yourself to fresh fish and chips on the way home.
Saundersfoot is a smaller town nearby but is arguably more charming for its smaller size - the waterfront gives sweeping views towards the Gower peninsula, whilst the town itself has the allure of traditional Victorian British seaside towns. A visit to the famous sweet shop 'Chobbles' is a must!
If you're looking for a pamper day after hiking this famous coastline, then why not book yourself in for a spa day at the popular St Bride's Hotel & Spa?
Hidden away in the billowing fields, you'll find Cwm Deri Vineyard Pembrokeshire's only vineyard which is open all year round. The wine estate, first planted in 1991, now houses 3,000 vines and welcomes visitors to sample the produce and take a walk around their 2.5 acres of vineyard. Enjoy a tasting of the wines and liqueurs, on the patio and terrace, with a commanding view over the vineyard and beyond to the National Park. The restaurant offers lunch seven days a week.
8 miles towards the county town of Haverfordwest, you'll find Scolton Manor. With 60 acres of park and woodland to explore, a stunning walled garden filled with British flowers, and a Victorian manor house full of Downton Abbey-style memorabilia of a bygone age, this is an all-weather day out not to be missed. They also have a fantastic cafe serving delicious sandwiches, paninis, homemade cakes, fresh coffee and popular Sunday lunches (advisable to book), and lots more. Local produce is used where possible. The service is friendly and efficient. Open between 10 and 5, seven days a week. (closed in January).
The backdrop for your whole holiday is the majestic Preseli Hills. Steeped in myth, magic, and mystery, these mountains are the home from which Stonehenge's bluestones came, and have been inhabited for thousands of years. Preseli's own stone circle, Bedd Arthur (or Arthur's Grave) is close to the ancient bluestone quarry. Down the slopes from Carn Ingli, or Angel's Mountain is Pentre Ifan. It's a fantastic example of a Bronze Age cromlech or burial chamber used by druids and sitting above the gorgeous seaside town of Newport. It's also said that Welsh fairy folk lives in the nearby Ty Canol Woods - a visit to the ancient green forest - like something from a Tolkien novel - will have you believing in the magic of this place.
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