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High Haven, Lambston, SA62 3LY
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CHURCH CONVERSION – DOG FRIENDLY
High Haven is a truly unique find. This spectacular 11th Century church conversion has been lovingly and carefully restored to create this unique, contemporary living space. The architect has cleverly preserved the character of this thousand-year-old building to make this church conversion a really special place to stay.
High Haven church conversion is set in the peaceful village of Lambston in Pembrokeshire surrounded by picturesque fields and farmland. Underneath its incredible Victorian roof you’ll find a comfortable and spacious double height open-plan space containing your kitchen, dining area and living room. The kitchen is fully equipped for your self-catering needs and designed around the old oak alter with the washer/dryer neatly tucked away in a utility area off the entrance hall. The ample dining table sits in the middle of the church conversion just in front of the original font – definitely not your average dining experience as the sunlight streams through the large original stained-glass windows all around you whilst you eat your breakfast! The sofas a lined up perfectly to enjoy the wonderful Stuv wood burner in the evening which will relax you after a long day exploring all Pembrokeshire has to offer. And this living area is for relaxing and enjoying the art of conversation – you’ll find no televisions here!
Overlooking the main space of this church conversion there is a mezzanine gallery which has two small sofa beds alongside two workstations. This area then leads onto two cosy bedrooms each containing 4’6” double beds with views right across to the Preseli Hills. The contemporary bathroom upstairs is as unique as the rest of the property with a beautiful large medieval stained-glass window at the end of the bath.
The gardens are yours to enjoy but be sure to note the line where High Havens’ garden gives way to the new churchyard which is still in use and maintained by the Church of Wales.
It is also worth noting that High Haven is a 1000-year-old church that sits within an old churchyard – this is not for everyone.
The property also sits adjacent to a working farm which can be a little noisy (and a tad pongy) when the cattle are on the move and the farm machinery is in use.