Explore some of Pembrokeshire's finest jewels and glorious beaches from this gorgeous, stylishly restored former school house. Amongst the abundant luxury some original features of the old school may be found. There's no longer lines or standing to attention, just sheer relaxation, soaking up the happy holiday vibe. Abermawr Beach and lots of other beaches are just over four miles away along with many attractions to suit all ages. Walk the magnificent Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, try kayaking at Lower Fishguard, paddleboarding in Goodwick, karting, trampolining in Haverfordwest, visit Picton Castle or coasteering at Celtic Quest. From Fishguard catch the ferry for a fun day trip to Ireland or take a smaller boat trip to discover the wonderful sea life around the Pembrokeshire coast, where pods of dolphins are often spotted. Surfers love Newgale and Whitesands, whilst children have fun crabbing, playing in the golden sands and rock pools. Take a leisurely coastal lunch overlooking the crashing surf and crystal blue seas. Throughout Pembrokeshire the coastline is speckled with pretty seaside towns and villages to explore.
Sleeping six, The Old School House is ideal for couples or families wishing to take a Pembrokeshire break. Located in the sleepy village of Letterston, the enchanting views from the cottage stretch across rolling green meadows and craggy outcrops towards the north Pembrokeshire peninsula. Each room is stylishly furnished, has a Roberts radio and is adorned with bespoke detail with every consideration for comfort. Sink into the sumptuous sofas in the warming glow of the cosy wood-burner on chillier days. Created of a practical open plan design, the sitting/dining-room offers space and flexibility. Enjoy leisurely holiday meals around the large table or play fun board games on rainy days. The chef will cook delicious meals with love in the well-equipped, light-filled kitchen. Throw open the door to let the cooling breeze in and while everything comes to the boil, escape to the patio in the evening sun, sipping a good red, soaking up the endless skies and glorious vista. Serve dinner for the family al fresco followed by a favourite sundowner to end the perfect day.
On the ground floor one of the perfectly presented, peaceful double rooms is located, not far from the attractive shower-room with walk-in shower. Climb the stairs from the hallway to the gorgeous king-size double room, twin room and family bathroom. Relax in a deep bubbly bath after a beach day and gaze at the starry sky through the Velux window. As an extra treat luxurious Bramley toiletries are kindly provided for guests' enjoyment. Decked with quality white linen and traditional Welsh throws the comfy beds and lots of Pembrokeshire fresh air promise a good night's sleep. From the creatively designed hushed mezzanine bedroom, enjoy spectacular far reaching rural views.
The pretty old stone walled garden, which has partial decking, offers a tranquil haven to soak up the surroundings and enjoy a glass of wine. Relax on the quality rattan furniture in the glorious sunshine or under the starry skies, with the fire roaring in the Kadia (fire-pit). Children will love playing in the nearby park. Ideal spot for walking the dog too.