We are delighted to announce that we now have fabulous 360 degree virtual tours, floor plans and dolls house views of all our cottages. Just click on the relevant cottage and take a look !Continue reading →
We are delighted to announce that we have once again won ‘Best Place To Stay in Pembrokeshire’, in the Pembrokeshire Tourism Awards 2016 – in the category, Best Non-Serviced Accommodation (more than 3 cottages).
We would like to thank the event organisers, judges etc. for their time and support and we would also like to take this opportunity to thank our staff for their outstanding hard work and commitment, along with our guests for their superb feedback.
Next year, we are hoping to sponsor this category at the Pembrokeshire Tourism Awards and look forward to celebrating, once again, the superb quality of tourism businesses in Pembrokeshire.
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We were delighted to hear this week, that we have again been shortlisted for the very prestigious Pembrokeshire Tourism Awards. We are honoured to have been the winners of the Best Non Serviced Accommodation award for businesses with more than 3 units, since 2009. Fingers crossed for the awards ceremony taking place in early November, and “good luck” to all the nominees who help to make this county the best to visit in Wales.
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NEW for 2016 are our Decleor branded treatments – nourishment and relaxation for the soul, body and mind, using pure blended oils.
We have a Decleor trained therapist on-site 3 days a week, offering a full range of beauty and Decleor signature treatments. Beauty and non-Decleor treatments are also available on most other days to suit you and evening appointments are also available.
One of our therapists is also trained in Baby Massage and we are now running weekly sessions to show you how to massage, relax and soothe your baby during those first few special months.Continue reading →
2016 marks the centenary of Roald Dahl, the world’s number one storyteller, born in Cardiff. This centenary year also coincides with the Visit Wales Year of Adventure.
Roald Dahl himself was no stranger to adventure, as a child getting up to well-documented mischief in the local sweetshop in Llandaff, or as a young pilot during World War Two.
With three children of our own, Dahl’s stories have been much loved bed-time favourites, especially The Twits, Matilda and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. As a child myself, I simply couldn’t get enough of James and the Giant Peach, reading it over and over again until the pages were well-thumbed and dog-eared! The book may have seen better days but the memory of James’s tale of escape and adventure is as vivid and enjoyable today as it was all those years ago.Continue reading →