1 Bed • Sleeps 2
We are excited to present our brand new converted barn which is an ideal get-away for a couple. Superbly finished and stylishly furnished, Stabal offers 5 star luxury with underfloor heating and a top-notch wood burner. Set in its own attractively landscaped garden, you can sit back in peace and enjoy far-reaching views of the beautiful meadows and the crag-topped mountains beyond.
This topsy-turvy cottage has the living space on the first floor which makes the most of the gorgeous views of the tree-lined meadows and the mountains beyond. The open plan space is light and bright with a soaring ceiling and original oak beams which gives it a cosy feel. The kitchen is on one side which has a solid oak worktop and is well-equipped for all of your culinary needs. On the other side sits a top-notch woodburner surrounded by a super-comfy sofa and a ‘snuggle’ chair in which you can cosy-up in front of the fire. Throw open the top-half of the stable-door and enjoy the airy light feel of this luxuriously comfortable living space.
The winding staircase takes you down to a spacious bedroom which has an underfloor-heated slate floor which runs through the entire ground floor. The bedroom has a cosy feel with stonewashed walls and a super-comfy super-king bed made up with beautiful fresh linen. Lie back and enjoy the views of the garden through the large French Doors or throw them open in the warm weather and step out onto the flagstone terrace. A walk-in wardrobe is also a plus.
The bathroom has a lovely feeling of space with a vaulted ceiling and original oak beams. Once used as a piggery, it now epitomises luxury with a classic roll-top bath and a walk-in rainwater shower which gives it that boutique hotel feel.
Outside, there is a large flag-stone terrace in which you can sit back in the deck chairs and enjoy the morning sun. The slate stepping stones guide you through the lawn which lead to the private parking area with gates which you can close if you want an enclosed outdoor space. There is also a second sitting area which is raised by a few steps so as to make the most of the heavenly views across the Preseli Mountains. This catches the sun through the afternoon and into the evening and so is an ideal place to while away a few hours reading a book or having a glass or two of wine.