Fron Haul Preseli Hills, North Pembrokeshire

  • Sleeps 2
  • 1 Bedroom
  • 1 Bathroom
  • 0 Dogs
  • Reference 1595

Property Overview


From the idyllic gardens, summer garden room and fire pit, watch the magnificent sunsets over the rolling hills from this incredibly cosy, romantic escape, sitting between the mountains and the sea, or 'cwtch' up together on a cold winter's night in the glow of the roaring wood burner. No matter what the season, unique Fron Haul is the perfect romantic retreat.  

  • This splendid little Welsh gem,  sits in a peaceful, leafy lane surrounded by rolling hills and countryside, where all that's heard is birdsong, the hum of the bees and once in a while, sheep in neighbouring meadows. Perfect for walkers wanting to explore, you will embrace the charm of this area of glorious unspoiled beauty.
  • Originally the Grade II listed cottage was a Ty Unnos (One Night House), where it was believed that if a person could build a house on common land in one night, the land then belonged to them as freehold. For 4 generations, spanning over 200 years the cottage was owned by the same family, until the current owner acquired it in 1960.
  • Stepping inside takes you back a 100 years, abundant character effortlessly combines with comfort in this lovingly restored jewel,  with unique pieces of characterful furniture, everything about the cottage connecting you with a special place in Welsh history.
  • In the feature inglenook fireplace sits the splendid wood burner, perfect for cosying up next to on chillier evenings after a day's walking in Pembrokeshire's magnificent National Park, or after a boat trip spotting dolphins off nearby Cardigan Bay.
  • Throughout the cottage, the walls are adorned with delightful pieces of art, so meaningful and significant to this magical abode as all artists contributed to saving the cottage in the 1960s and are friends of the current owner. Artists include Terry Frost, Tom Cross, Ivor Davies and Julian Brown. 
  • The beautiful handpicked pieces of furniture also hold much meaning and have been carefully chosen for their similar design to that of the era, designed by Robin Day, Terrance Conran and young design teams from British companies including John Lewis And Habitat, such lovingly considered detail contributing to the magic of this very special abode.
  • There's even a cosy parlwr for quiet time, reading some of the books or simply reflecting on the exceptional pastoral scenery through the sweet cottage window. Time doesn't matter in this countryside retreat. 
  • Retaining the traditional charm of the cottage, the beamed kitchen has every mod con to russle up tasty romantic meals for 2. Shop for local produce and essentials in nearby Crymych, just 2 miles away.
  • Climb the winding wooden stairs to the spacious, unfettered, hushed bedroom, exuding tranquility and peace. Nestling under the exposed beams, tastefully and lovingly refurbished, enjoy quality furnishings, luxury and soft linen, the comfortable bed beckons for a perfectly restful night's sleep. Indulge in simply being the 2 of you, idyllic ending to an idyllic day in secluded heaven.
  • The gardens too, make Fron Haul a very special destination. To the side is a pretty lawned area with a pond and stunning views of the majestic hills and beyond, to the rear, the same view is enjoyed from the raised garden or unwind, spending summer evenings in the twilight around the fire pit, bathed in moonlight under the starry skies, or retire, still close to nature, to the summer garden room. The ideal spot for ultimate timeout together. 
  • Fron Haul offers a digital detox, there is a radio, CD player and blue tooth speaker available, but no wifi nor television.
  • The original slate hen house with original nesting boxes sits next to the garden room, ideal these days for storing bicycles and firewood for the firepit. The cottage sits on National Cycling Route No. 47. In this area also the historical remnants of the original fridge larder is found.
  • Whether you choose to venture out to explore the local treasures or remain, relaxing in this perfect escape, a wonderful break is promised in this very special rural retreat. 
  • Short breaks are available throughout the year at £95 per night, Friday or Monday arrival.


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