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Stones Cottages

Self Catering

Stones Cottages
SA64 0JQ
Telephone (01348) 891286
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Stones Cottages

Take time to relax and unwind in rugged North Pembrokeshire

Walking in fresh air, unspoilt beaches, rugged landscapes, dark skies and bird song. A simplistic, comfortable place to stay. Relax in front of a log burning stove, a good book, a glass of wine. Time for you and your family. Renewing, uncomplicated, peaceful.

Sustainability and environmental care form the heart of Stones Cottages. Natural water comes from a bore hole, solar panels heat the water and produce electricity. Clay paints, lime mortars and natural materials blend with the original 17th century stone work of these ancient farm buildings helping to create this special place.

Summer flower meadows to wander where children, dogs and adults can run free. Footpaths yearn to be followed, camp fires wait to be made. Come and explore, relax and renew.

– Harmony Cottage sleeps four (one double, one twin both with en suite)
– Sunset Cottage sleeps four (one double, one twin both with en suite)
– The Workshop sleeps six (one double, two twins with en suite and one family bathroom)
– All fuel provided
– All organic towels and organic linen included
– Well behaved dogs welcomed
– Home grown flowers in each cottage
– WiFi (rural)

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From the ferry terminal roundabout at Goodwick go up the hill of Goodwick, turn left towards Strumble Head at the Rose and Crown, up a long winding hill and keep on the road without turning off. You will pass a turn towards Llanwnda your right, eventually a turn towards St Nicholas on the left but you don’t take either and carry straight on. Eventually you come to a house selling jams on the left and then you will pass a turn to Strumble Head on the right. Carry straight on past a sign pointing to Rosycaerau which is on your left and you know you’re near when you pass Gilfach farm on your right. Soon you see the side of a house on the right with a big chimney. Just before this house is the turning on the
left down our track (about 400 metres long). You have gone a little too far if you get to a Chapel on your right. This journey from Goodwick is about 3 miles.

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