Old Oak Barn
The renovated barn provides a very high standard of accommodation - even luxury self catering accommodation. The main features are a very spacious south facing stone patio adjoining the building as well as the interior with plain white walls and wooden features many of which come from trees grown in Cwmpalis Woods. Underfloor heating provides an especially comfortable warmth all year round and enables the beautifully handcrafted alder floor, which was sourced a few hundred yards away in our woods, to be seen at its very best.
We offer very child friendly accommodation and for our visitors who may be allergic we have decided strictly no pets. We have installed free broadband WiFi. Please get in touch if you would like to know more about our converted barn. We have a detailed sheet we can email with plenty of information. Worth having a look at our 'links' page with websites chosen because we think they are useful and interesting.The kitchen is exceptionally well equipped and contains all you may need for your holiday or short break. The two bedrooms are simply furnished and are adjacent to the spacious main living room which measures 6 x 5 mt. Travel cot or camp bed can be used to sleep 5. We welcome those wanting a short break out of the main holiday season - minimum of 2 nights. We welcome children. Prices start at £285 for a full week in the winter to maximum of £595 in the summer. Short breaks from only £130. Typical April - early July week is £400.
This part of Carmarthenshire is popular for holidays in Wales and is easily accessible from the M4 being approximately 90 minutes from the Severn Bridge - on a good run! We are only a short drive from many well known and beautiful parts of West Wales which include the Pembrokeshire Coast Path and National Park. Folly Farm and Oakwood are only 30 minutes away. Tenby, Laugharne, Saundersfoot and Caldey Island also nearby. The barn is very near our 40 acre wood where badgers can often be seen. Informal gardens with small swings for children plus 2 more much bigger swings in the woods are very popular.
Old Oak Barn is situated on our 72 acre farm 'Cwmpalis' approx 2 miles from St Clears and Meidrim and 6 miles north of Laugharne of Dylan Thomas fame. Also near Tenby, with its colourful painted houses, the famous Pendine sands, as well as Saudersfoot, Amroth and Llanstephan.
The local area is well known for its green pastures and wooded valleys as well as ancient castles and beautiful sandy beaches. The two main rivers in the county are the Teifi and the Tywi and coracles can still be seen on both. We are only 30 minutes from the Preseli mountains. This part of Wales is steeped in history and visitors may want to visit Llaugharne, Carmarthen, Narberth or Haverfordwest as well as the many seaside towns. The beautiful coastline of Pembrokeshire and Carmarthenshire is easily accessible for day trips. Aberglasney and The Botanic Gardens are both only a short distance. Narberth shopping is becoming well known nationally and there are wonderful places to eat in the town also.
Perhaps the best time to stay is during May when the spring birds are at their most vocal. Bluebells adorn our woods and walking locally is at its best. Without doubt what we enjoy most about the area is the sea including the Pembrokeshire coast, the island of Skomer with its puffins, the wonderful beaches, the coastal walks and the magnificent variety of birdlife.
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This page was last updated: 13 November 2010