A beautiful old former farmhouse, with a seperate wing, set in 9 acres of farmland just a 5 minute drive from both Newgale and the sandy cove of Nolton Haven.
A solid, spacious 19th century Pembrokeshire former farmhouse, newly and lovingly renovated to the highest residential standards with wide, sweeping views over open rolling countryside to the sea and inland to the tower of Roch Castle high on the skyline.
Furnished and decorated with great attention to detail – luxurious locally made curtains, soft furnishings, carefully chosen light fittings and a variety of coloured glass door knobs to finish.
Trefrane House is next door to, but completely separate from Trefrane Lodge, with its own separate entrance, parking and gardens and the whole is set in 9 acres of land.
Queen Victoria’s favourite coal was once mined at Trefrane – there are no visible signs today but reputedly the miners could hear the sea crashing above them as they worked the seam which stretched far out under the waves.
4 Bedrooms, each ensuite, sleeping a maximum of 8. 2 doubles with shower rooms (shower cubicle, toilet and washbasin), 1 room with bunk beds and shower room (shower cubicle, toilet and washbasin), 1 twin/king (zip & link beds) with bath room (bath, toilet and washbasin). All on 1st floor.
Bedlinen provided. Towels are provided.
Kitchen fully fitted with oak cupboards, range cooker with gas hob and electric oven, microwave, dishwasher, fridge/freezer, washer/dryer.
Dining Room with table and chairs seating 12.
Lounge comfortable seating for 12, oak floor, log burning stove, 37” flat screen tv/dvd, cd/radio.
Grounds large enclosed garden, part gravelled/part grass area at front, side lawn reached via 5 steps. Garden furniture.
Ample Parking enclosed private car park.
Fuel oil central heating inclusive May – September £40 per week outside these dates. Starter pack of logs October to April.
Welcome FREE: 1 well behaved dog max.