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Castle Pill Farm, Pembrokeshire

Nestled in the Castle Pill Valley, our lovely barn conversion - Molly Cottage, is ideally situated for exploring Pembrokeshire and it's 52 beaches. Tucked down a secluded country lane, peaceful woodland trails, the stunning Pembrokeshire Coast Path and a tidal inlet of the Cleddau Estuary are also right on your doorstep, providing for a perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.

This beautiful two bedroom cottage is situated in our Long Barn, a stunning grade 2 listed stone barn built in 1850, which now offers a contemporary and tastefully furnished space whilst retaining its character as one of the oldest barns on the farm.

All of our contemporary open-plan cottages have been renovated to a high standard and are beautifully furnished to ensure your stay is a luxurious one. Each of the cottages provide family-sized living spaces with modern furnishings and a warm, cosy feel. They have well-equipped modern open-plan kitchens to ensure the keen cook has everything at hand to create their holiday feast, whilst also being able to partake in any holiday entertainment! Each of our four cottages are slightly different in size, features and furnishings, so you’ve plenty of choice when booking with us.  We can also accommodate large group bookings (between multiple properties).


This beautiful two bedroom cottage is situated in our Long Barn, a stunning grade 2 listed stone barn built in 1850, which now offers a contemporary and tastefully furnished space whilst retaining its character as one of the oldest barns on the farm.

The modern open-plan kitchen is well-equipped with fridge/freezer, microwave, hob, oven, dishwasher and washer/drier. The living space has two comfortable sofas, a generous television and a farmhouse dining table for serving family meals.   

Upstairs, the two bedrooms have comfortable beds (a King in the master bedroom and the option of either a King or two singles in the second bedroom; please advise preference upon booking) and so can accommodate either two couples or a couple and two singles/children.

The bathroom has a powerful shower over a bath and plenty of hot water.

Luscious laurel hedging screens a private and secure garden at the rear of the property, whilst attractive landscaped communal lawns offer secluded areas for enjoying the countryside and local wildlife. The private garden is equipped with outdoor dining area and BBQ and is fenced to keep pets and children safe. Parking is at the rear of the property (with sufficient parking for two cars).

The Pembrokeshire Coast Path is just a few hundred yards from the property and leads to further trails that wind their way through ancient oak woodland and to the Castle Pill Inlet of the Cleddau Estuary. Woodpeckers, kingfishers and herons are all common sightings, and crabbing opportunities provide hours of fun for little ‘uns. The woods are also home to a community project which has constructed two roundhouses with a free access woodland campfire area adjacent a freshwater stream perfect for paddling and dam building!

From the water’s edge, keen walkers  can either follow the meandering coast at low tide, along the old railway line path all the way to Milford Marina and all that it offers. Or you can head along the Coast Path to the quaint village of Hazelbeach taking in views of the impressive energy infrastructure of Milford Haven. Here a riverside pub, The Ferry Inn, serves hearty pub food on its waterfront terrace and welcomes dogs with open arms.

The cottage is situated at the heart of our family’s working eco-farm although unfortunately unrestricted access to fields and farm is not permitted for safety and insurance reasons. We do invite you to sample our home-grown greens, free range woodland pork, eggs or the sustainably reared fish from our aquaponics tunnel, season permitting - just let us know what you would like; price lists are available in your cottage.

We aim to always be contactable during your stay, should you need us but are not always around to welcome you in person, so we provide detailed instructions and a key box so you can let yourselves in.

Please note the standard bed arrangement is as follows:
The King bed in the Master bedroom will be made up if the booking is made for 2 persons, the King bed and one of the Single beds will be made up for 3 persons, the King bed and two Singles will be made up for 2 adults and 2 children/3 adults and 1 child, both King beds will be made up if the booking is made for 4 persons.
If differing bed arrangements are required, please message us when you book with your requirements.

We are walking distance from the local pub (just a mile up the country lane) and conveniently close to the old fishing town of Milford Haven, which will provide for your every need (with a Welsh Bakery, Post Office, Banks, the modern and vibrant live Torch Theatre, a Doctors Surgery and Supermarket) and has a fantastic Marina (with a number of quaint shops and charming cafes, a maritime museum, ten-pin bowling, fishing and sightseeing boat trips, a waterfront gallery and several popular waterfront bars and restaurants).

We are also just a ten minute drive away from the unspoilt and dog friendly beach of Sandy Haven, 20 minutes from the popular beach of Broad Haven and the village of Dale (offering kayaking, surfing, sailing, windsurfing and coasteering) and just 30 minutes’ drive from both Tenby and St Davids.  

Pembrokeshire really does have something for everyone; with 52 beautiful beaches, 186 miles of stunning coast path, several magnificent castles and numerous adventure and activity parks, we challenge you to find someone who gets bored here. Being centrally located within the County means that you really are able to access the best that Pembrokeshire has to offer!

For those looking for adventure Oakwood Theme Park is a short drive away, as are Anna's Zoo and Blue Lagoon Waterpark. For a spot of culture, we are just 15 minutes away from Henry VII’s Pembroke Castle. For food and drink enthusiasts Caws Cenarth cheese factory and tasting room is not to be missed, and neither is the tour of the Cwm Deri Vineyard. We also have a number of fantastic restaurants within a short drive; just ask your hosts for recommendations.

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