New Moat, Clarbeston Road SA63 4RQ, UK
£300 - £650
The Old Farmhouse is a dog friendly cottage in Pembrokeshire.
Set in the small and idyllic village of New Moat, this comfortable self-catering cottage offers a great base for couples to explore the beautiful Pembrokeshire countryside. If you are looking for a peaceful, relaxing break. The Old Farmhouse, dog friendly cottage in Pembrokeshire offers everything you need.
Sleeping four, the Old Farmhouse has room for a travel cot in the comfortable double bedroom and allows you to bring your four-legged friend along to stay for free. The open plan kitchen/diner is fully equipped to provide that home away from home cosy country cottage feel. The sofa in the lounge can pull out into a second double bed. If you look outside any window of the cottage to see more beautiful traditional stone-built cottages which are then surrounded by picturesque farmland. This is perfect for long muddy dog walks in the winter or glorious summer al-fresco picnics during the warmer months.
The traditional thick stone walls and central heating system ensure your warmth and comfort in this homely cottage. Bed linen and towels are always provided so you can travel light. Take a tour through the cottage using our Matterport feature and book your stay at The Old Farmhouse today. We offer great rates for this cottage so get yourself down to the country and explore all the beautiful county of Pembrokeshire has to offer including its numerous blue flag beaches and rolling landscapes.
The Old Farmhouse is 5-mins from the idyllic Llys-y-Frân Country Park and Reservoir, set within mature woodlands and meadows with plenty for everyone to do including mountain biking, fishing and sailing, and also has a children’s play area. Make sure to check it has reopened as it has been closed for renovations over the last few months. For walkers the Preseli Hills are also 5-mins away and offer sublime scenery from Foel Cwmcerwyn. Foel Cwmcerwyn is Pembrokeshire’s highest peak with views out over Newport Beach in the north and towards the southern coastline.