- Barn Conversion - Enclosed patio - Rural views out to sea - Coastal path near by
Dog Friendly Holiday Information
The Old Coach House is a pleasant dog friendly property situated within the scenic hamlet of Abermawr. Your dog friendly property has a large enclosed garden, countryside woodland and beach walks close by making it an excellent choice for you and your dog to holiday to Pembrokeshire!
Within 1 Mile of Sea/River
Full Central Heating
The Old Coach House is a ground floor apartment in a lovely barn conversion set within the grounds of the historic Tregwynt Mansion. Comfortably and thoughtfully furnished with many retained features including quarry floors and beams, the spacious open plan living space has a fitted kitchen, cosy leather sofas and woodburning stove - ideal for those chillier evenings. A small, enclosed, partially walled and gravel patio provides a lovely, sheltered spot to enjoy an alfresco meal or wander the 3.5 acres of grounds and admire the rural views out to sea. A short 20 minutes walk down the wooded valley takes you to the picturesque beaches of Abermawr and Aberbach Bay only a 1/4 mile away and the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path. While the famous Tregwynt Woollen Mill is well worth a visit. A lovely holiday retreat for couples whatever the time of year.
The Old Coach House also shares the same location as 22922 Old Tregwynt Farmhouse and 22923 Atlantic View Hayloft.
This is a no smoking property.
This is a Special Host property which offers a welcome pack of drinks and toiletries to make your arrival more special.
Holiday Home Layout
Ground Floor - Open plan kitchen/diner/lounge, cloakroom/whb/wc, double room/kingsize bed/ensuite shower room/whb.
Electric cooker, microwave, fridge, dishwasher, washing machine, TV/freesat, DVD player, music system, towels for hire @ £2.50 per person per week, garden furniture. Tennis court - racquets/balls supplied.
Heating: Oil central heating, woodburning stove - starter pack.
Electricity: & Oil: £15 per week Oct - April, free May - Sept.
Parking: 1 space in shared parking area.
Pets: 1 well behaved dog.
Guests who stayed in The Old Coach House, Abermawr, Pembrokeshire also stayed in:
Old Tregwynt Farmhouse
Farmhouse in Abermawr
- Full central heating
- Sea views
- Rural location
- Woodburning stove
The Old Tregwynt Farmhouse is the original old stone farmhouse set in the grounds of Tregwynt Mansion adjacent to the main house. Your own walled patio makes the perfect spot to enjoy a relaxing drink and leads into the spacious, open plan living space of the farmhouse with many retained features including exposed stone walls and beams, quarry and slate tiled floors. Large comfy sofas and woodburning stove make this a cosy retreat, while the welcoming bedrooms are prettily furnished with a tradi...
Atlantic View Hayloft
Barn Conversion in Abermawr
- Set in 3 acres
- Courtyard garden
- Wooded walk to cove
- Tennis courts
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- Idyllic location
- Near to beach
- Near to coastal path
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