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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 Rogeston Loft 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.
This property also has contactless entry, meaning you do not need to be physically greeted by the owner to receive the keys to enter this property.
Check-in from 4:00PM and Check out by 10:00AM
Rogeston Loft was handpicked by our team to join our portfolio. Here's just a few of the reasons we think you'll love staying in Rogeston Loft too!
Rogeston Loft is a stunning and unusual converted hayloft, nestled into the treetops like a treehouse in the heart of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. This lovely loft reminds us of a Nordic lodge, tucked alongside an old stone farmhouse on a stunning country estate. Set deep in the secluded South Pembrokeshire countryside, but only minutes from the wonderful beaches of St Brides Bay including Broad Haven and Little Haven, this cosy retreat is perfect for a couple and can sleep 3-4 guests. Dogs are welcome too.
The fantastic first-floor accommodation is reached by charming stone steps leading to a spacious balcony with views over miles of countryside to the Preseli Hills. Inside it is full of light, with warm wooden floors and large windows. The modern environmentally-friendly conversion has great insulation to keep you cool in summer and snug in winter.
The interior has everything you need for a comfortable stay away from home. The large living space contains a fully-equipped kitchen with top of the range appliances, as well as a beautiful round dining table with views out towards the trees beyond.
This open-plan area also houses an inviting corner sofa, perfect for relaxing after a day of adventures, with a flat-screen TV for movie nights. The whole space is delightful and welcoming and perfect for cosying up on a romantic break away.
The spacious bedroom is open up to the raftered ceiling. There are large skylights for stargazing - the skies here are so clear - and morning sun, but black-out blinds ensure it's up to you how early the light comes in! Picture windows give views over the fields too. There is a huge king-size bed that can be split into twins and plenty of space for clothes to make yourself feel right at home.
The bathroom is ultra-modern. There's a large walk-in shower, WC, wash hand basin and mirror, as well as a heated towel rail, and like everywhere in this loft, plenty of light coming in.
The star of the show, however, is the fantastic balcony, accessible from the main living space. There's a bistro set for morning coffee in the sunshine or evening meals while bats wheel and owls hoot. The balcony offers unrestricted views over the treetops and across the countryside beyond.
And if you need a bit more room, there's a large private garden down the steps and past the barn, with hammock and sofas, BBQ and firepit. It is so quiet and peaceful and perfect to laze away a sunny afternoon or breathe the evening air while your dog has a play.
1 Bedroom, sleeping a maximum of 2 adults in twin or double configuration. Sofa bed in living area to sleep 1-2.
Stone staircase up from the ground level to the first-floor balcony with table and chairs. Balcony doors open into the main living space.
Kitchen area with wall-mounted oven and microwave, electric hobs with extractor fan, stainless steel sink, kettle, toaster, and fridge.
Within the same space, a dining corner contains a round oak table sitting four under a lovely picture window.
Also within the same space is a large navy corner sofa with enough space to seat four people, or to stretch out. The sofa faces a wall-mounted TV and a long wall-mounted radiator for heat.
The bedroom is off the living space and contains a kingsize bed that can be made up as twins, bedside table with lamps, a wardrobe, two small windows and two large skylights, all with roller blinds.
The bathroom leads off from the kitchen area and contains a large walk-in shower, WC, wash hand basin, heated towel rail, and mirror.
Below the balcony is a large garden area with comfortable outdoor seating, fire pit, BBQ and hammock. This area is private and self-contained though please note for the safety of your pet that it is not fully fenced. Private parking is also accessible from this area.
Short breaks - 3-night short breaks available all year excluding school holidays.
WiFi - Yes.
Changeover - Friday.
Towels - Yes.
Parking - Yes.
Fuel - Central heating (inclusive).
Dogs - 1 dog welcome free of charge.
Cot - Yes.
Highchair - Yes.
Bed linen - Included as standard.
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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Broad Haven Beach
A long, narrow sandy and pebble beach at high tide but at low tide, a huge expanse of firm sand is revealed with plenty of room for everyone – and it can get busy during the summer months due to its safe bathing. This is the perfect place for a dog walk and is only 4 miles from Rogeston House.
Broad Haven has many lovely eateries for your evening meals, including Sunshine Italian and the Ocean Bar and Cafe, both overlooking the sea.
A fantastic little fishing cove with colourful cottages and great little pubs - you'll want to pop into The Swan, which is only open on weekends but gives you an idea of what life used to be like in this rural seafaring hamlet. Walk past The Swan pub to the lookout and gaze up towards St Davids across St Bride's Bay.
The St Bride's Inn is also a fantastic place for a great meal and a local ale.
You're 2.2 miles from the centre of the county town of Haverfordwest. This is a central town to Pembrokeshire and has an impressive castle as its backdrop. Here you'll find supermarkets, a fantastic farmers market, takeaways, town centre shops, vets, a hospital, and petrol stations. There is a range of great restaurants here, including The George, which is a favourite lunch destination for many travellers through this bustling town.
The next beach up heading a few miles North of Broad Haven is Newgale, a popular surfing spot. This dramatic stretch of pebbly beach gives way to gorgeous golden sands at low tide and is a great place for you and your dog to stretch your legs. The southern end of the beach also has a lovely little cafe for coffee and cake post-walk, or pop into the Duke of Edinburgh Inn on the shoreside for stronger refreshments.
The nearby village of Solva is well worth the 20-minute drive. This stunning fishing village is full of bobbing boats, crab pots, cobbled streets, and tales of pirates in a bygone era. Here you'll also find the best Welshcakes in West Wales at Mamgu welsh cakes, and a lunch of crab sandwiches at The Cafe on the Quay. Alternatively, catch your own crabs on the harbourside, or go exploring smuggler's side streets through the steep village.
A range of boat tours is available to discover some of the wonders of our local shores and beautiful islands. Puffins, shearwaters and gannets by the thousand, peregrines, ravens, common dolphins and the more unusual Rissos dolphin, whales, grey seals, porpoises, colourful and other-worldly jellyfish, as well as other marine life call the stunning coastline of Pembrokeshire and its islands home. Give one of the many boat trip providers a call and head to St Justinians or Martins Haven to get on your boat trip of choice.
Why not take a trip to the smallest city in Europe? Visit the famous cathedral of our patron saint and take a walk around the artisan boutique shops and narrow city streets. Find the birthplace of David at nearby St Non's chapel, or visit the Bishop's Palace ruins and learn about life in David's monastic area? A mile or so away is the beautiful harbour of Porthclais with its lime kilns and deep harbour, which has served the people of St Davids, or Menevia as it was once called, for thousands of years.
Whitesands is situated about 2 miles west of St Davids and is a wide sandy beach backed by low dunes and boulder clay cliffs. The headland of Trwynhwrddyn is at the north end, the other side of which is Porth Lleuog. This is a small sandy cove backed by cliffs of mudstones and siltstones and can be accessed from the coastal path. Whitesands Bay looks out towards Ramsey Island and several smaller islets and is overlooked by the rocky peak of Carn Llidi, which is 595 feet high. This accessible beach has a large car park, camping site, cafe, toilets and lifeguards, as well as surfing equipment for hire during the summer months.
20 miles south of your accommodation is the colourfully limewashed town of Tenby. This is South Pembrokeshire's most well-known town, and along with Saundersfoot, makes up the Georgian seaside fish-and-chip holiday destinations of this otherwise wild and remote county. Take a boat trip to visit the monks at Caledy island, or just amble around the streets of the ancient walled town, taking in boutique shops and restaurants.
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