Steeped in local history, the 'Coach House' is in a renovated stable block, a striking feature among the buildings of Bronhaul Farm. The property has been renovated to a very high standard and we have been very careful to maintain many of the beautiful features of this old building. French doors set into the original archways at the front give views out to the fields, woodlands and valley beyond, while a secluded, intimate courtyard garden at the back is perfect for evening barbecues. A bright, spacious entrance hall and kitchen dining area lead into a warm and snug living room, a wood burner and original stonework adding to the cosy feel. One double bedroom and one twin bedroom upstairs as well as a bathroom with a shower over the bath complete the whole package. All properties are equipped with a television, CD/iPod music player, oven, hob, microwave, dishwasher, washing machine, fridge, freezer, towels, bedlinen, games, cds, dvds, books, local information, gas BBQ and garden furniture. Perfectly suited to a family, The Coach House is a cosy and comfortable home away from home nestled in a beautiful and peaceful environment.
Our welcoming family farm is a perfect place to get away from it all. Set in the heart of the beautiful Welsh countryside, this is the perfect place to come and completely relax. It is also just a stone’s throw from one of the most beautiful coastlines in the UK. Whether you would like to take a stroll in our woodland or vegetable garden, spend time with the menagerie of farm animals, take a trip to the beach or relax in your private courtyard, there’s something here for everyone.
Bronhaul Farm is perfectly situated for exploring what Pembrokeshire and Carmarthenshire have to offer. To the West, are the beaches of Pembrokeshire. Tenby, Amroth and Pendine are all close by, while a little further afield are Newgale, St. Davids and Freshwater West (location for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows and Robin Hood). To the East are the equally stunning beaches of the Gower Peninsula. Take a walk in the National Botanic Gardens of Wales, the Preseli Hills or the Brecon Beacons, which offer varying levels of scenery and exursion! Bluestone, Oakwood Leisure Park and Heatherton are all within a half-hour's drive, and offer a fun day out for the whole family. Take a step back in history, and visit nearby Manorbier, Kidwelly, Carew and Pembroke Castles, or take a scenic stroll along the estuary in Laugharne, to the historic home of Welsh poet Dylan Thomas. We can point you in the direction of great cafes, pubs and restaurants nearby, and our welcome booklet should provide a comprehensive guide to what Bronhaul Farm Cottages and the surrounding area has to offer.
One recent development on the farm is the installation off the wood-burning boiler system and the solar hot water panels. As of August 2012, the whole farm, including all of the self catering cottages, are heated, and have their hot water provided, by wood from our sustainably managed woodland. We are also working hard to develop pathways and recreation areas so that guests can enjoy the woodland aswell.
Our guest testimonials tell the story of the peace and escapism that can be found here at Bronhaul. We welcome you to come and stay with us, to sample the farm life, and to relax from the moment you arrive.TripAdvisor property ID 3252618...Read more
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