|Ty Twt||2+2||2||£565 - £1130||£396 - £720|
|Dolmenyn||4||2||£590 - £1180||£413 - £756|
|Tyddyn||4||2||£590 - £1180||£413 - £756|
|Beilie||4||2||£650 - £1300||£455 - £832|
|Ffos||5||3||£695 - £1385||£487 - £888|
|Crofty||5||3||£725 - £1450||£508 - £928|
|Nythfa||6||3||£780 - £1560||£546 - £1000|
|The Lodge||6||3||£975 - £1950||£683 - £1248|
|Hafod||6+2||3||£865 - £1730||£606 - £1108|
Pembrokeshire is not short of stylish self-catering accommodation so standards are high. Here’s one of the leading players. Hosts Sandra and Phil live in the main farmhouse, surrounded by an exceptional choice of luxury Scandinavian-influenced ‘country chic’ cottages set in landscaped grounds.
There are nine in all, sleeping between two and eight, so whether you are a couple or small or large group you’ll find the perfect fit. Neither will you want for comfort. All cottages are warm and cosy, with downstairs underfloor heating, fully fitted kitchens with quality appliances, comfy, generously sized beds, fluffy white towels, blankets made from the wool of the Morgans’ own Jacob sheep, and private terraces with scenic country views. Most also have logburners and four come with their own Finnish saunas. Also marking these cottages out as something special are their clean, uncluttered lines and lots of open-plan living space. Another ace feature is the south Pembrokeshire location, in peaceful countryside yet just three miles from the sea and the popular, picturesque resort of Tenby with its medieval streets, Georgian harbour, Blue Flag beaches and boat trips to timeless Caldy Island. The village of St Florence, where you’ll find a shop and pubs, is a mile away.