|Potteslade Cottage||12||6||£1000 - £2500||£695 - £995|
Potterslade, set in countryside a few miles from Canaston Bridge and the A40, has a foot in at least two camps. It’s ideally located for a mix-and-match holiday that takes in Pembrokeshire’s world-class beaches and Carmarthenshire’s green, lush countryside.
Potterslade is a substantial traditional farmhouse sitting in 250 acres of the finest Pembrokeshire pasture. The 21st century has reinvigorated this late 19th-century building with a carefully restoration that reflects the style and spirit of our age. Traditional materials and craftsmanship combine with the latest green technologies to breathe new life into a property that retains a strong ‘sense of place’. You’ll sense it as soon as you see the traditional lime plastered interior walls, oak-beamed ceilings, inglenook fireplace and slate floors (they’re actually warm to walk on thanks to high-tech underfloor heating).
Potterslade boasts all the features you’d expect from today’s high-quality accommodation: leather sofas, gleaming bathrooms, contemporary kitchens, state-of-the-art entertainment systems and luxury bedrooms. It’s a versatile set-up that can accommodate families and groups by having a flexible, clever configuration that can cater for up to 12 guests. What’s more, it can also be split into two smaller, completely self-contained properties. Peaceful Potterslade has yet another string to its bow. It’s on the doorstep of many top attractions (including Oakwood Theme Park and Folly Farm), Pembrokeshire’s stunning south coast and the fashionable country town of Narberth.