Please note that this property is not currently accepting any new bookings.
Rest assured that if you have already booked a stay in Wren Cottage at Cae’rmaenau Fach then your booking will be going ahead as normal.
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.
We are working with all our property owners to ensure property cleanliness and hygiene standards are consistently met. The owners of Wren Cottage at Cae’rmaenau Fach 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.
Check-in from 4:00PM and Check out by 10:00AM
Wren Cottage at Cae’rmaenau Fach was handpicked by our team to join our portfolio. Here's just a few of the reasons we think you'll love staying in Wren Cottage at Cae’rmaenau Fach too!
A well-equipped and stylish stable conversion, which is tucked away on the outskirts of Narberth, making it perfectly positioned for those who want to be away from the hustle and bustle of the busy town but close enough to enjoy the delights on offer, should you wish to.
Wren Cottage is centrally located and offers easy access to various attractions within the county, including exploring Britain's largest coastal National Park. However, with a beautiful paddock and pond on the grounds to Wren Cottage, so you may choose to just enjoy a day or without venturing too far.
This cottage offers style, comfort attention to detail. The property boasts a lovely mix of furnishings including exposed stone walls and original wooden beams. The cosy feel and decoration all combine to give the stylish place its own character.
WiFi and parking available, and 1 dog welcome.
A cosy one-bedroom cottage sleeping a maximum of 2. 1 double bedroom on the first floor, which offers bedside cabinets, bedside lamps, a skylight, original wooden beams and a full-length mirror.
1 shower room with shower cubicle, toilet, washbasin, heated towel rail and mirror.
The downstairs living quarters includes an open-plan kitchen/living/dining space, where you'll find a well-equipped kitchen with tasteful blue units, a cooker with oven, radio, fridge microwave and a small table and chairs for two. The living space includes a snug sofa, a TV - Wifi is available in the cottage.
Grounds - Right outside the door to Wren Cottage, you'll have access to a private potted garden with a seating area, which is surrounded by nature. There is another seating area within a pergola, and an adjoining arbour seat, are perfectly placed for a sundowner.
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.
If you would like more information on the local area, please call us on 01348 837871 to speak to one of our friendly team.
A bustling market town with wonderful restaurants. You can easily while away a day or two in Narberth itself - voted one of the Top 10 High streets in the UK with its boutique shops, galleries, delicatessens, cafes and restaurants.
Catch a performance in the popular and vibrant Queen's Hall on the High Street, also home to the weekly local produce market each Friday.
Narberth Museum is well worth a visit, the museum looks at Narberth's long and interesting history. Treat yourself at the museum's cafe and bookshop.
Just outside the town centre is Narberth's Castle, first recorded as a Norman Castle in 1116 and with strong links to The Mabinogion. A rectangular castle with towers on each corner but, unfortunately, not much remains today.
Places to eat
Among the must-try eateries in Narberth is the ever-popular, Ultracomida. A stylish, deli and tapas bar on the High Street. It's extremely busy and you may have to queue to get a seat at one of the few shared large tables...but it's well worth it.
32 Townhouse occupies a late Georgian residence on the High Street and serves modern bistro food for lunch and dinner. There is also a bar with happy hour at the weekend. Plum Vanilla is another great stop for lunch - serving a good selection of homemade and, where possible organic, Mediterranean dishes, sandwiches, soups and cakes.
For a real holiday treat or special occasion, head to The Grove Hotel. Its award-winning restaurant serves locally sourced fresh ingredients in a stylish setting.
Tenby, Manorbier and Saundersfoot's Blue Flag Beaches
The coast is not far away. You'll be within easy driving distance of the lovely sandy beaches and pretty harbours of Tenby and Saundersfoot.
Tenby, medieval walled town
The medieval walled town of Tenby with its picturesque harbour is a popular seaside resort. Interesting little shops, galleries, pubs, restaurants, cobbled streets and 5 glorious beaches (Blue Flag) to choose from. Tenby harbour has a thriving boating and fishing community - try your hand on a mackerel fishing trip or take a boat trip over to the holy island of Caldey.
Pretty, bustling Saundersfoot has 3 lovely beaches, harbour, shops, pubs, gallery, a wonderful old fashioned sweet shop, 'Chobbles', good seafood restaurants, and gifts shops.
Indulge yourself at the St Brides Hotel & Spa, a luxury hotel designed around the spectacular view over Saundersfoot Harbour and Carmarthen Bay.
Pembrokeshire Coastal Path
Pembrokeshire's Coastal Path stretches 186 miles from start to finish. Coastal bus services specially designed for walkers will pick up and drop off all along the route so you can choose to walk sections at a time. Secluded beaches, castle ruins and sleepy fishing villages are a few of the sights you will see. Watch out for puffins and seals who enjoy this coastal habitat.
There are magnificent castles within easy driving distance each well worth a visit - beautiful Carew & Tidal Mill, fascinating Manorbier & pretty sheltered beach, grand Picton with lovely gardens and Llawhaden, once the summer residence of the Bishops of St Davids.
Cwm Deri Vineyard
Hidden away in Martletwy, you'll find 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.
Family days out in Pembrokeshire
There is a wonderful choice of days out for the whole family when staying at Oliveduck Cottage. Oakwood, Folly Farm, Heatherton, Tenby Dinosaur Park, Manor Wildlife Park are all fun for the whole family to enjoy.
You won't get the same dates cheaper anywhere else.
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