The Old Granary is a beautifully renovated old stone building on Shortlands Farm, at Druidston, within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. It enjoys wonderful views over St Brides Bay and is ideal for 6 people (babies are welcome too) but could sleep up to 8 people by using the sofabed in the master bedroom.
The building has been tastefully renovated using local and reclaimed materials including slate and stone. There is underfloor heating throughout and a wood burning stove to add to the cosy feel of the cottage.
There is a large master king-size bedroom (with sofabed), a double bedroom, and a twin bedroom.
The living room has two sofas and armchairs, with a TV and DVD player. There are boardgames and books about the local area. The large oak dining table and chairs will seat up to 8 people.
There is a bathroom with toilet, sink and a shower over the bath. There is also a shower room with toilet, sink and large walk-in shower.
There is a modern fitted kitchen with electric hob and oven, fridge/freezer, microwave, toaster, kettle and washing machine.
Outside is a stunning terrace with furniture for al fresco meals and glorious views over St Brides Bay.
There is parking space for two cars.
We accept dogs (maximum of 2 at a time) but ask that they are confined to the main living space and hallway.
Smoking is not permitted inside The Old Granary.
Prices include all heating, including logs and the provision of freshly-laundered bedlinen and towels.
Please ask us if you would like free use of a highchair.
Please note that changeover day is Saturday.
The nearest food shop is 2 miles away at Broad Haven, while an award-winning, fortnightly Farmers Market and a choice of supermarkets is available at Haverfordwest, 6 miles to the east. The Old Granary is ideally located for exploring Pembrokeshire. The Pembrokeshire coast path is a stone's throw from the farm and the safe, sandy beach at Druidston Haven is just 10 minutes walk away. Whether you visit to walk the coast path, to swim or surf, to fish or for bird watching, (peregrine falcon, chough and yellowhammer all nest on the farm), this is a retreat to escape to at any time of year.