Open plan living space.
Living area: With wood burner and Smart TV.
Kitchen area: With electric oven, electric hob and microwave.
Bedroom: With kingsize bed.
Shower room: With shower, toilet and heated towel rail.
Originally an artist’s studio and pottery, the property incorporates many reclamation features including seating from a Suffolk chapel, shelving upcycled from GWR rail lifters, old piano timber for cupboards and a lamp made from an old post box stand!
Sitting on the sofa feels like being in a treehouse as you get a stunning ’infinity view’ through the immense beech tree canopy across the valley. Wildlife is a big draw here, owls, woodpeckers, foxes and badgers can all be viewed from Snoozy Bears decking, perfect companions to an alfresco breakfast, or at dusk why not light the BBQ and have a meal cooked in the outdoors to the sound of the waves on nearby Abermawr beach. Snoozy Bear’s king-size bedroom is a relaxing place to rest with traditional Welsh tapestry cushions from the nearby Tregwynt Woollen Mill and high-quality bedding. The Jotul wood burner keeps the cottage lovely and warm, perfect for year-round breaks.
There are several walks to explore from the front door, but you have the comfort of knowing that when you return, and once walking boots are kicked off; this magical Pembrokeshire hideaway really starts to come to life. Live like a local, discovering the best-hidden gem restaurants, walks and attractions during your stay in this corner of Pembrokeshire; The historical city of St Davids is a short drive away and has a good choice of restaurants, pubs and cafes. After a day exploring the Pembrokeshire coast, retreat to the cosy interior and spend an hour or two watching a favourite film with a glass of wine before hunkering down on the sofa, watching the world darkening outside.
The hilltop village of Mathry has a pub, (good bar food and welcoming atmosphere - within walking distance for the energetic - take a torch to guide you home) and a church which is part of ’ Saints & Stones’ - included in a tour of the Pilgrims Ways of Pembrokeshire. Porthgain was once a prosperous nineteenth-century industrial harbour that exported slate from local quarries at Porthgain and Abereiddi. Now the village is popular for water sport enthusiasts - boaters, rowers, fishermen and canoeists - their activities overlooked by relics of the industrial past.
Snoozy Bear Cabin (QC1794) can be booked with Abermawr Cottage (QC1475) to accommodate upto 8 guests. Beach 1 mile.