Blaenpant Cottage is an old farm building which has been rescued and has been tastefully renovated (in 2008) without taking away the character. See Google map on post code SA66 7RA and track down B4329 from cross roads for 600 yds after the bend, Blaenpant is in the tree complex between the road and the waterway.
Blaenpant has one of the finest settings for a holiday cottage, with a view across a waterway just 100 paces ahead, forests and the mountains. The cottage is in the Pembrokeshire National Park with a sky for star gazers (limited light pollution).
The cottage has its own garden, gated and fence secured, overlooking the waterway. Your gate leads into a field and a short walk to the water and beyond into a forest walk without a need to go on the road.
The cottage is small, but spacious for couples. Well equipped much of which you would find in a little home. One bedroomed, with open plan living dining and kitchen area, equipped with table-top cooker, oven, electric skillet, microwave, steamer, George Foreman grill, fridge with freezer compartment, washing machine, iron and ironing board, toaster, kettle, coffee cafetiere and hair dryer. The cottage is all at ground level with differing internal levels.
Furniture includes sofa and two armchairs set around a wood burning stove. There is a TV with Freeview and integral dvd player, and radio/cd player. There are some cds and dvds plus some books. The cottage is smoke alarmed. In the dining area there is a table and chairs with a view over the garden to the lake.
The bedroom has a double bed made up for arrival. The bathroom has wc, wash hand basin and bath with over bath electric shower, with towels provided.
The back hallway is a good size (contains another sofa) for all the holiday equipment etc.
The cottage is heated by electricity and for winter weeks substantially boosted by the wood burner. There are six heaters including three storage heaters. The wood stove is on the central Cottage does not require the wood burner to be used as it is comfortable by the electrical heaters. Hot water is heated by the electric immersion. Electricity is not charged to the visitors. Winter bookings from 1 November to 31 March receive a bag of logs per day without charge together with a demonstration in the art of fire lighting, should that be required. (Other than winter weeks the logs would be charged at cost). The cottage is a non-smoking. One well behaved dog is welcome at £3 per day, with its own bed, kept off furniture. Please state breed and type when booking. Dogs are not to be left alone in the Cottage or garden.
Cottage contains for your arrival bed made up, towels, tea towels, a pint of milk, salt and pepper, torch, and local info.
The cottage has its own garden, gated and fence-secured, overlooking the waterway.
The cottage is designed and insured for a maximum of 2 persons only. The 2 persons can be one person with a child, and a one person booking is, of course, welcome.
Visitors can fish from the banks or hired boats on the reservoir which is managed by Welsh Water (brown trout, fly only).But not open to the public beyond a small fishing consortium and just 2 members of the public per day.
The cottage is approximately in the centre of the Pembrokeshire peninsula, at 840 feet above sea level, within easy reach of the coast (nearest 7 miles to Newport / Dinas Head), the off-shore islands of Skomer, Ramsay and Caldy. It allows a good central access to the ancient Preseli Hills and the source of the Stonehenge Bluestones. Cardigan Bay s dolphins and seals, and the car ferries to Ireland (Fishguard to Rosslare 4 hours) are also near by 8 miles to Fishguard.
The area is a haven for artists, drawn by the scenery, climate and relaxed pace of life. Yet it's all just 25 minutes from M and S, Tesco, Morrisons, Lidl and Aldi. It is also on the National Cycle Network Route 47. There is a famous pub, the Tavern Sinc, now community owned and a restaurant within the about a mile.
The owners' house is some 60 yards to the rear - visitors have privacy and are not overlooked - with the owners on hand. The cottage is some 80 yards off the B4329 with off-road parking. Car parking 5 yards from the cottage.
Local directions - locate the New Inn junction which is at the crossing of the B4313 Narbeth to Fishguard and the B4329 Haverfordwest to Cardigan roads. At the New Inn junction take the B4329 directed to Haverfordwest but only for 600 yds see a Turq. painted house (our house) on left drive into entry alongside - the cottage is 60 yds further in. You will find that if you drive past the house and continue for another 600 yds, on the right is a wide entry to a forest where you can turn around and return to the house with a better swing in from that side of the road.
Prices and Payment
Dog add £3 per day. Winter Weeks £320 per week (for cottage)up to £360 for Summer peak times. Christmas and New Year weeks £360 per week (for cottage). Short breaks are £60 per night (excluding July and August) with a £180 minimum charge. Christmas and New Year weeks are £80 per night. Minimum of 3 nights £240.
A deposit of one third of the price is payable on booking with the full balance on arrival,by direct transfer, cash (sterling) or a cheque in some circumstances,. sorry No credit cards or Euros. Correspondence should be sent to John Sutton, Blaenpant, Rosebush, Clynderwen, Pembrokeshire, SA66 7RA. (Clynderwen is 8 miles away only in the address for postal reasons).
Last updated 13 January 2019
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Pembrokeshire SA66 7RA