Sleeps
9
Bedrooms
4
Bathrooms
3
Dogs
Christmas
Decorated
Open Fire /
Woodburner
Washing
Machine
Pub within
1 mile
Shop within
1 mile

Middlelands

Pembrokeshire

A traditional rural Welsh farmhouse with a contemporary style, that is beautifully positioned in the Pembrokeshire countryside but centrally located to enjoy the wonderful coastline.

Property Highlights

- New to the Great Welsh Escapes collection in September 2023

- Perfect for large families and groups of friends

- Beautiful mature gardens and undercover entertainment area with BBQ

- Log burner

- Parking for at least 4 -5 cars

- Perfectly located to explore Pembrokeshire

- Dog Friendly - accepts one well behaved dog

A traditional rural Welsh farmhouse with a contemporary style, that is beautifully positioned in the beautiful Pembrokeshire countryside but centrally located to enjoy the wonderful coastline. “Middlelands” is spacious but has the warmth of a soulful home with the added touches of comfort that guests will enjoy. Sheltered within 25 acres of verdant countryside, the house overlooks a large peaceful garden, creating a haven of tranquillity. Spacious, and open plan there is plenty of room to expand and entertain, or to nestle into the nook of a magnificent fireplace by the warmth of a wood burner if you prefer.

As soon as you get to the end of the driveway you will soon realise you have arrived in a very special and unique place.

The property is tastefully decorated and furnished throughout and perfectly designed for those that enjoy socialising. Whilst holding on to all those original hand-crafted features, they have been carefully coupled with some contemporary fittings. Enter via a pretty hallway and into a large well-equipped farmhouse style kitchen at the heart of the house opening out onto a comfortable dining area. An enormous sitting room across the flag-stoned hallway is spacious enough for everyone to enjoy spending time together, with an inglenook fireplace with log burner, and French doors that lead onto the lawned garden. A solid oak staircase leads to the upper floor with 4 well-appointed bedrooms, all furnished in bold bright colours with sumptuous beds for a restful night’s sleep.

Bedrooms are configured as a master king with ensuite shower room, double bedroom with ensuite shower, and a further two bedrooms consisting of a bunk bed room, and additional triple room with a double and single bed. There is also a beautiful large family bathroom.

The large garden wraps around the whole property with an ever growing orchard. The fields in front of the house are wild flower meadows so a haven for wildlife. There is an outdoor eating area under hand carved arches which catches the evening sun.

There is also Middlelands Cottage, a separate barn conversion next door that sleeps 4 if additional accommodation is required. Enquire for details.


Other things to note

  • There is a travel cot bed and highchair

  • A welcome basket of logs are provided - additional logs paid for by honesty box

  • The garden is not fully enclosed.

  • Accepts 1 well behaved dog at an additional charge of £25 per stay- please enquire if you wish to bring an additional dog

  • There is a further 2 bed cottage onsite to book separately - subject to availability

  • Our reviews are based on previous guests’ experiences

Locally there is so much to see and do. The Pembrokeshire Coast Path is a spectacular 186 mile (299km) long National Trail covering some of the most varied coastal scenery.

Middlelands is ideally located near some of West Wales’ most picturesque beaches, with the towns of Tenby and Pembroke a 15-20 minute drive away.

As well as the beaches, for families you have a large assortment of attractions such as Folly Farm, Manor Park, Heatherton and Oakwood for thrill seekers. The area is also ideal for walkers with the Pembrokeshire National Coast Path as well as picturesque country walks and footpaths.

There is also a good choice of outdoor activities available in the area, ranging from horse riding, coasteering, to a variety of water sports, stand up paddle boarding, abseiling, orienteering, caving, and gorge walking.

There is an abundance of historical attractions locally, including the medieval town of Pembroke with Pembroke Castle (the birth place of Henry VII) and moat, and numerous other historic houses such as Lamphey Bishops Palace.

There are many beautiful, rugged beaches in Pembrokeshire, along with popular coastal resorts of Tenby and Saundersfoot. A perfect holiday home for families and couples to enjoy beautiful Pembrokeshire at all times of year.

It really is the perfect sanctuary to get away from it all, relax and unwind.

  • Dogs
  • Open Fire/Woodburner
  • Childrens Games & Books
  • Games & Books
  • BBQ
  • Washing Machine
  • Clothes Dryer
  • Garden
  • Suitable For Children
  • TV
  • Decorated For Christmas
  • Highchair
  • Travel Cot

Availability

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Rhys Stayed in Middlelands 19.02.2024

We had a lovely stay at this property, beautifully presented which made us feel at home, stunning surroundings and great grounds to enjoy :)

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Lucy Stayed in Middlelands 19.02.2024

Ros's house is absolutely beautiful. She's done such a fabulous job with the interiors. The views are also amazing. It was so peaceful. The beds and duvets were really comfortable. We had such a lovely stay here and we would love to come back. Ros got back to us very quickly if we had any questions and kindly let us check out later. She was a brilliant host.

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Bethan Stayed in Middlelands 19.02.2024

The most beautiful place we've stayed inside and out. The photos don't do it justice! For us, it was perfectly located - away from the summer holiday chaos but 10-15 minutes from so many attractions (Tenby, Saundersfoot, Heatherton, Bluestone, Manor Park ...). The house itself is stunning as well as being clean and homely. We socialised mainly in the kitchen as the dining area was perfect for the kids to run outside. All the beds were super comfortable and the 3 main bedrooms were massive. The room with the bunkbeds is also a lot bigger than it looks in the photos! We'd love to go back to Middlelands!

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Company Registration Number - 11990249
VAT Registration Number - GB 398 6714 32

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