A Pembrokeshire country house, owned by the same family for over 110 years, beautifully restored, furnished and surrounded by lovely grounds and countryside. Ideal for holidays with your family and friends.
Price reduction of £75 for 1 to 2 guests.Price reduction of £50 for 3 to 4 guests.N/A during school holidays.
Spacious and very comfortable. In a peaceful area with lovely places to visit nearby.
Reply from: Jill
Thank you for your kind words, glad you enjoyed your stay.
Newly refurbished old farm farmhouse which has been done to very high standard in a secluded area (no neighbours) which was fantastic. The owner was very approachable and when he came to check all was well was very welcoming - would highly recommend this property- we have stayed in many over the years and this was one of if not the best.
This was a fantastic house one of the best we have stayed in, down a farm track lovely and private but in easy reach to plenty of coves and towns. The house was finished to a high spec with all modern facilities. The kitchen was well equipped with everything we needed. The lounges were spacious with comfortable furniture. All the bedroooms were spacious. The owner even popped by to check that everything was ok. We will definitely be visiting again.
Exceeded Expecations, located down gated farm track, nestled on the edge of a copse and grass fields. One of the highlights was the attention given by its residents ( Fresians ) each evening.
Lovely Property - would have loved some garden furniture in the garden and a BBQ - Table and chairs outside the kitchen but too many flies near the cattle
Just perfect.Very high quality. (Name at end if lane would be good for Tesco delivery too) Key info given by QC was not correct on arrival.
Architect designed restoration of stone-built Pembrokeshire country house with modern facilities and period features. If you are looking for the ultimate peaceful abode in which to enjoy a holiday, Mulberry House has been designed to exceed your expectations.
Mulberry House is set in grounds of an acre of lawns amongst 15 acres of rolling fields. This solid stone-built Pembrokeshire country house has been lovingly restored, maintaining many original features but bringing it up to date for 21st Century living.
Set down a welcoming grassy private track, the house is both tranquil and private and is also a fantastic place for children to play games on the grassy lawns or hide and seek around the shrubbery.
Scandinavian style, ultra efficient, wood burners and ground source heating fuel both upstairs and downstairs underfloor systems and are complemented by a meticulously planned lighting system. These ensure the spacious rooms are airy but also inviting and cosy. The downstairs is finished in sleek slate and the upstairs in oak - all at a constantly maintained temperature provided by the ground source heating.
The house is built of gloriously restored local stone, exposed on many internal walls, supporting the original oak beams.
A vast family kitchen with A-frame beams has a wonderful view over sleepy pastures.
The house is decorated throughout to the highest standards enhanced by an abundance of Melin Tregwynt cushions and throws. Artwork by local artists which adorns the walls has been collected over the years and really sets off this beautiful house.
The house has five bedrooms, three ensuites, a master bathroom and a downstairs cloakroom. There is one luxurious bedroom with a designer ensuite shower downstairs and the remaining bedrooms and bathrooms are on the first floor. The bathrooms have stunning features like high tech lighting with famed Hansgrohe fitments which give sleek timeless style.
Mulberry Househas cutting edge design encapsulated in a traditional building. While away the hours whilst you explore the finest parts of Pembrokeshire andthe most secluded of beaches.
5 Bedrooms sleeping a maximum of 9 adults. 1 Kingsize with ensuite, 1 Twin (zip & link) with ensuite, 1 Twin (zip&link), 1 Single. All on 1st floor. 1 Kingsize on the ground floor with ensuite.
(2 beds are twins made up of two zip and link beds - so if you wish to have a different configuration this is available on request.They can be changed to Superking but please request in advance )
Bath/Shower Room on 1st floor with bath (handheld shower), shower cubicle, toilet and double washbasin.
Kitchen/Diner modern and well appointed with fitted units, fridge/freezer, microwave, double oven, dishwasher, table and chairs seating 8, 2 electric opening windows.
Main Lounge 3 x 3 seater Sofas, 55-inch Curved Screen Smart TV, Scandi HWAM woodburning stove. Table and chairs seating 8.
Second Lounge with 2 sofas, armchair and Smart TV, underfloor heating, Scandinavian HWAM woodburner.
Utility room with WC on ground floor, washing machine and dryer.
Grounds Private garden with outdoor table and chairs to seat 6, large lawned areas.
Please be aware that there is a small stretch of barbed wire to the rear of the kitchen to maintain livestock - care should be taken with young children.
Security Deposit -£100 refundable deposit per booking
Short breaks - Not available
WiFi - Yes
Changeover - Friday
Towels - Yes (beach towels not provided)
Parking - ample
Fuel - Ground source heating inclusive May - September.£60 per week outside these dates. Starter pack of logs free and then honesty box with plentiful supply.Travel cot - Yes
NB: A refundable security deposit of£100 is required per booking
Bed linen - Included as standard
The Farmers Arms and Mathry Tea Rooms
The village of Mathry is just 3 miles away with local Pub, The Farmers Arms and acclaimed tea-rooms - both of which attract visitors from far and wide.
Tregwynt Woollen Mill
Once you see the wonderful fabrics that adorn this fine house you will want to visit the renowned Woollen Mill at Melin Tregwynt, 2 miles away with woven fabrics that are found through out Europe's most sophisticated hotels.
Pwllderi, Strumble Head & Pembrokeshire Coast Path
Pwllderi and Strumble Head are fantastic spots for seal watching, particularly in the early autumn when the seals with their pups can be seen in large numbers on the stony beaches below
Bird Watching Observatory
Strumble Head, with its island lighthouse, is on the migratory path for a diversity of sea birds and there is a bird watching observatory on the cliff-tops here. This is also a wonderful place for spotting marine life as the seas below the cliffs teem with fish, minky whales, dolphins and porpoises.
National Geographic Magazine
Ranks the Welsh coast as one of the world's greatest with the Pembrokeshire Coast Path and coastal bus service getting a special mention.
Fishguard International Music Festival
This is a delightful annual festival of music and events held in Fishguard, St Davids Cathedral and Rhos y Gilwen Mansion. Mulberry House is well placed for music lovers to take full advantage of this excellent annual event held every July.
John Piper Artist & Print Maker 1903 - 1992
John Piper discovered Pembrokeshire through his wife Myfanwy Evans during the 1930's. He used his cottage crouching just under the fortified crags of Garn Fawr as a retreat and studio, making many paintings and prints of local scenes.
Abermawr & Aberbach
The fantastic, rugged, Atlantic-washed beaches of Abermawr and Aberbach are just 3 miles away. These are twin sand and shingle beaches backed by ancient woodlands, (National Trust) which are carpeted with bluebells, sorrel, anemones and wild garlic in the spring.
Goodwick nearby is a little hillside village with a Post Office, good village shop, chemist, doctors surgery, a couple of pubs and the Fishguard Bay Hotel which has a wonderfully preserved Victorian interior.
There is an easily accessible gently sloping sand and shingle beach overlooking the Harbour, (from where there is a daily ferry service to Ireland) a Tourist Information Centre with a cyber caf© and play area for under fives.
Do visit this pretty little waterside cove on the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path. The Old Sailors Inn is a lovely place for refreshments. A dramatic walk around Dinas Head starts here.
Newport little Coastal Town
This bustling little town is full of interesting shops, cafes, pubs & restaurants and it has a glorious sandy beach designated a conservation area.
Fishguard, described in The Lonely Planet's Guide (2009) as having an 'up and coming feel', is a small market town with a range of small shops, 2 supermarkets, a cinema, leisure centre, restaurants/cafes and pubs.
The newly restored Marine Walk around the clifftops has fabulous views.
Fishguard was the site of the 'Last Invasion of Britain in 1797' and a tapestry worked by local needlewomen commemorating this event is displayed in the library - well worth a visit.
Fishguard Farmers Market is held every Saturday and a weekly market every Thursday.
West Wales Arts Centre & Pepper's Cafe has changing exhibitions of quality work by national and international artists and crafts people. There is a reading room and an excellent gastro cafe. Look out for supper evenings with musical recitals. The Gourmet Pig Deli and The Bake House Cafe & Restaurant also come highly recommended.
Explore some of the best historic & pre-historic sites on nearby Strumble Head with a qualified archaeologist. Transport & refreshments included.
Hayscastle Trout Fishery
Try your luck. Hayscastle Trout Fishery has a well stocked, spring fed lake set in peaceful picturesque countryside.
Solva Harbour Village
Do visit the picturesque waterside village of Solva on St Brides Bay, once a thriving port now a busy harbour for fishing boats and pleasure boats. Dogs are welcome on Solva's small sandy beach all year round.
Stroll through the village's pretty shops, gallery, pottery, antiques and choose from a variety of places to eat and drink. Join the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path here.
Family Fun Days Out
Folly Farm, Heatherton Sports Park, the Dinosaur Park, Oakwood and Manor Wildlife Park all have activities and entertainment to amuse families for whole days at a time. Some accommodate pet dogs too.
St Davids Village-City
No visit to Pembrokeshire is complete without visiting St Davids, the smallest city in Britain. At the centre of the Peninsula it is well supplied with practical shops, gift and clothes shops, galleries, cafes, restaurants and pubs as well as activity booking offices.
At the heart of the city' is the lovely 12th century Cathedral. Be sure to visit - in such a small remote town, it is a wonder to behold!
Trips to Ramsey Island and out to Grassholm and the offshore islands can be booked in one of the booking offices in St Davids. Experience the coast from the sea - the marine bird and wildlife and the amazing and dramatic cliffs and waves. This is an experience quite outside the normal run of everyday life.
To go to Skomer you must join the queue to catch the boat from the little bay at Martin's Haven. Tickets are not bookable.
Year round holidays can be enjoyed in this charming country house set in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.
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