The hut is tucked away on a working farm in the village of Lamphey. There is a village pub serving food and a village shop. The neighbouring town of Pembroke can be reached in just 2 miles and enjoys a selection of shops, cafes, bars and restaurants. You can also visit historic Pembroke Castle, the birthplace of Henry VII. For a day at the beach, head to Freshwater East in just 2 miles. The beach has a large expanse of golden sand backed by sand dunes offering plenty of space to relax and soak up the sun. The train station is only 1 mile away with easy access to Tenby (8.5 miles), make a day of it with an array of beaches, shops and pubs along with a harbour to explore.
As you enter the hut, you are welcomed into the open-plan living and sleeping area. There is a generously sized kitchen offering you ample space to prepare breakfast or a quick supper. There is a breakfast bar to dine on or simply have a cup of coffee and plan out the next day's adventure. The wood burner completes the living area - perfect to cosy up on cooler nights. To the end of the hut is a double bed with built-in under-bed storage and a Smart TV. The contemporary shower room has a freestanding, rainfall shower and WC.
Externally, there is outdoor seating provided, set around the fire pit BBQ. Relax and enjoy dining alfresco while looking out over the fields of the working farm.