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Perfection in Pembrokeshire

Posted in HOTELS + VILLAS By Maggie O' Sullivan

Experience Môr is a new collection of refurbished luxury holiday cottages set in beautiful Pembrokeshire locations. The collection is the brainchild of Jonathan Heron who has cleverly included several properties within close proximity of each other so they can be rented separately or taken together by larger groups. Jonathan and his team can also arrange a whole host of extras, including fresh seafood deliveries, river fishing licences and experienced ghillies, surfing lessons and insider tips on the best local butchers and pubs to try out. Here are four to whet your appetite.The Cheese House, PembrokeshireThe Cheese House, Solva (sleeps up to 4)

The Cheese House is a traditional stone cottage, originally used for the storage of maturing cheeses. It’s set in the hamlet of Lochvane on the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, and is surrounded by lawn, with access to a further 1.5-acre paddock and a pond beyond. Downstairs, there’s an open-plan kitchen and living area featuring solid oak beams and a wood burner, with large patio doors opening onto a pretty terrace. Upstairs, there are two bedrooms (double and bunks), plus a family bathroom. There is a ‘private’ sandy beach nearby, reached by a footpath. One week’s stay from £670.Upper Porthmawr Farmhouse, PembrokeshireUpper Porthmawr Farmhouse, Whitesands (sleeps up to 8)

Upper Porthmawr is a traditional Pembrokeshire stone farmhouse right on the edge of Whitesands Bay, a few miles from St David’s. The farmhouse features vaulted ceilings, traditional slate floors with underfloor heating and wood burning stoves, as well as a boot room and a hot tub and outdoor hot shower. Sleeping eight across four bedrooms (the second sitting room can also be used as a bedroom), the property is ideal for groups or large families, with a custom-made oak farmhouse dining table seating up to 16 and a fully-equipped kitchen. One week’s stay from £995.Sitting room, Glandwr Farmhouse, PembrokeshireGlandwr Farmhouse, Newport (sleeps up to 9)

Glandwr is a Grade II-Listed stone farmhouse on the banks of the River Nevern. The property has its own large garden and river frontage, with access to a network of riverside walks and more than half a mile of productive fishing rights. The property has two sitting rooms downstairs and four bedrooms with exposed beams under the eaves. The village of Nevern with its excellent pub, The Trewern Arms, is 20 minutes’ walk away and the town of Newport only a two-mile drive. One week’s stay from £925.Dyffryn Tawel, PembrokeshireDyffryn Tawel, Newport (sleeps up to 8)

Dyffryn Tawel is a white stone cottage on the same riverbank as Glandwr Farmhouse (there’s also a third cottage nearby). This four-bedroom property has particularly attractive living space, with an A-framed beamed sitting room with full-length picture window, spacious kitchen and separate dining room with a wall of glass doors leading out onto the patio. Outside, there is a large gas-fire barbecue and plenty of lawn for a game of croquet. If you’re lucky, you might even catch sight of the river’s resident otters. One week’s stay from £1,525. 

BY MAGGIE O'SULLIVAN

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